Menu
Hastings & St. Leonards on-line community newspaper

Results for the tag: St Leonards

mvaBqdbA

HOT Style: Meet Rae

Spotted on Hastings Pier.

JJ Waller self-portrait

JJ Waller talks about Through The Lens Festival

After 11 years of being associated with St Leonards and Hastings, photographer JJ Waller is proud to finally be a part of the Coastal Currents festival this September. Erica Smith interviews him about his appearance at the inaugural Through The Lens Festival of Photography from 31 August to 8 September at St Mary in the Castle.

Slide1

HOT Style: Meet Katherine

Spotted chomping on a tofu burger at the opening of Goat Ledge a fish hut, Ice Cream café and Beach bar, St Leonards on Sea  

The monthly street market in King's Road, a hot spot for new businesses. What do you think of it all?

Come along and talk to us about your town

St Leonards-based social enterprise Coastal Action is currently researching a major project on social change and gentrification in the town and is looking for help from local people happy to talk about their experience of what is happening where they are, as Chris Connelly explains.

Photo by Bevali Francis

HOT Style: Meet Vicki

Spotted at the Sunday Flea Market in the Palace, White Rock, Hastings.  

Hollington: Maya Evans and Paul Barnett point out the holes in the corroding Tory infrastructure

Confessions of a rookie Labour Party member

“I blame a cocktail of right wing media coverage, Ukelele Dave and a well-timed nudge by Kay Green.” HOT’s Erica Smith takes a partisan look at the local elections.

00blacksmithpaisley

What the Dickens is going on in St Leonards?

With St Leonards #ATownExploresABook18 festival opening on Good Friday, many of the twenty five local businesses involved are putting the final touches to their projects. HOT’s Erica Smith caught up with a few of the impressive explorations of Dickens’ Great Expectations taking place.

00enid

Hastings Astrology Group

Have you ever wondered how an astrologer practices their craft?  Or asked yourself how the power of the planetary map can be used to chart and understand your destiny? Bronwen Griffiths asks Rock Astrologer Enid Williams what the future holds with Hastings Astrology Group

  • Subscribe to HOT

  • SUPPORT HOT

    HOT is run by volunteers but has overheads for hosting and web development. Support HOT!

    ADVERTISE

    Advertise your business or your event on HOT for as little as £20 per month
    Find out more…

    DONATE

    If you like HOT and want to keep it sustainable, please Donate via PayPal. It’s easy!

    VOLUNTEER

    Do you want to write, proofread, edit listings or help sell advertising? then contact us

    SUBSCRIBE
  • Subscribe to HOT