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New initiative aims to develop co-housing for older women

A new response to the housing crisis has arisen in the shape of HOWCH – Hastings Older Women Co-Housing. Member Sue Warren explains its aims and plans ahead of its next public meeting on Friday 26 April.

Posted 16:23 Wednesday, Apr 17, 2019 In: Home Ground Tags: Hastings Older Women Co-housing HOWCH National Community Land Trust Network sue warren Sussex Community Housing Hub

I Am A Norman – photographic project

In September and October the Root 1066 International Festival will take place in Hastings, St Leonards and surrounding areas. Hastings Borough Council will be staging a contemporary, multi-art-form festival, celebrating 950 years since the battle took place. There will be a curated programme and a number of projects engaging local people. Erica Smith reports on a photographic project which is already under way.

Posted 12:10 Tuesday, Jan 12, 2016 In: Photography Tags: 950 years anniversary Andrew Moran Battle of Hastings Hastings Nigel Green Norman heritage Photography Root 1066 sue warren
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Four international film nights: Women Go Global

As part of their on going Women Go Global project, Hastings Women’s Voice are holding four nights of International films. HOT’s Grace Vogiatzis reports.

Posted 08:30 Thursday, Jun 5, 2014 In: Film Tags: Afghanistan; A difficult birth film festival film nights film screenings Gabriel Range Grace Vogiatzis Haifaa al-Mansour Hastings Hastings and St Leonards Hastings Arts Forum Hastings Women's Voice I am a slave international films Jenny Moffat June 12 June 19 June 26 June 30 local films St Leonards sue warren WADJDA Women Go Global women's rights

Three cheers for students who care!!!

For the last eight years, the students and staff at Parkwood Sixth Form College and Ark William Parker Academy have been involved in raising funds to support the large village of Kabubbu in Uganda through the Quicken Trust.

Posted 13:58 Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 In: Hastings People Tags: liam willis Parkwood Quicken trust sue warren
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