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Hastings women march in London – and on home ground

HOT’s Erica Smith was one of a group of 15 women who were nominated by other women in Hastings to work together and produce a banner commemorating the centenary of (some) women being given the right to vote. Last Sunday they took their banner to be part of the Processions march in London. If you missed out on that amazing event, there’s a second chance to see the banner and join in the Hastings Women’s March on Saturday 23 June. Read Erica’s report about the marches here.

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Here come The Girls …

Posted 17:12 Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
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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

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‘Untitled (Miss.Ms.Other)’

Opening this Saturday: Hastings born and bred multi-media artist, Thom Kofoed, is holding a solo exhibition of his latest work in the Crypt at St Mary in the Castle. ‘Untitled (Miss.Ms.Other)’ is an exploration of the artist’s connection with strong female icons – and his evolving understanding of what it means to be a woman. Zelly Restorick reports.

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By Women for Women: want to take part? Creative Therapy Workshops

FREE creative workshops for women aimed at developing and sharing strategies for self-expression using photography, drama, writing and other art forms.

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Creative therapy workshops to heal victims of abuse

Domestic violence is a form of abuse that can affect anyone, regardless of sex, age, race, religion or class. However, most victims of domestic violence are women and sadly, the levels of domestic abuse in Hastings are higher than the national average.

Sussex Women by Ann Kramer

Sussex women by a Sussex woman

Local freelance writer invites you to An Evening with Ann Kramer: Sussex Women, including  biographies of 30 quite disparate women – from poets and activists through to explorers and philanthropists, all of whom are connected in some way with Sussex. HOT’s Zelly Restorick reports.

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Democracy booth

“Democracy booth”: a week of talks, discussions, a polling booth, maybe a soap box, tea and cake, listening posts and audio interviews.

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