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Just to remind you about this gala event, benefitting two compassionate and caring organisations in St Leonards on Sea. All money going to good causes,  the performance will be an uproarious success  – and your support very much appreciated.

Posted 11:16 Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018 In: Performance Tags: , ,
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Concert offers people their Time To Shine

Aware of the transformational power of music, Alison Cooper and Michael Grant from Time To Shine have once again been working with individuals and the choir from The Seaview Project in St Leonards on Sea – and they invite you to attend the finale concert. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked Alison Cooper about Time To Shine and how music helps people to blossom and evolve. 

The Seaview choir provides the carol concert finale.

Seaview choir caps successful concert

Seaview’s hugely enjoyable carol concert in St John the Evangelist Church last Saturday was supported by Sound Waves Community Choir and a cappella group, Now and Then and ended with a performance by Seaview’s own choir. The event proved a successful fundraiser, bringing in donations of £774 from a record crowd, estimated at 200 plus. The tally for the Big Sleep in September is still under way, but has so far reached more than £25,000. As public funding dwindles, Seaview is increasingly reliant on its own resources to raise the vital funds for its invaluable work with homeless, vulnerable and distressed people. Nick Terdre writes. Photos by John Stiles.

The Time To Shine participants 2016

Time To Shine a huge success

After ten weeks of rehearsals, The Time to Shine Project, working with individuals and choir members of The Seaview Project, held their finale night at The Royal Masonic Hall, delighting their audience, who sang along, cried, laughed, cheered and gave the participants standing ovations. Twas truly a night to remember – for everyone involved. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 22:17 Tuesday, Oct 4, 2016 In: Performance Tags: , ,
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He saw, he swam, he cone-quered

A few days ago, William The Cone-queror, aka William Stevens, he of the famous ice-cream bicycle who literally peddles his wares (Di Paulo’s ice cream from Bexhill) along our seafront promenade and at local events, achieved his goal of swimming from Royal Sovereign Lighthouse to St Leonards’ beach by Azur. All in the name of charitable goodWill, raising money for The Seaview Project and FSN. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks him some questions about himself and his successful but exhausting mission.

Time To Shine participants and Michael at Seaview.

Time To Shine

On Friday 23 September a group of service users from Seaview, a local centre supporting marginalised individuals within the community, will be at the Masonic Hall in St Leonards singing their hearts out with a live band of West End musicians, in a show that promises to be a truly inspiring experience. None of them have taken on such a challenge before, but with the help of The Time to Shine Project, they intend to face their fears and give their audience a night to remember! Zelly Restorick speaks to Alison Cooper to find out more.

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