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Greenway Group walk the Country Park this weekend

Hastings Greenway Group is on the move this weekend, walking the Country Park route. You are cordially invited to join them at the top of the East Hill lift at 2.30pm on Saturday for a stroll to Fairlight. Nick Terdre lays out the ground. Photos by HGG.

Posted 17:45 Friday, May 31, 2019 In: Campaigns Tags: , ,

Polyphony in Pevensey

Music correspondent Brian Hick attended the concert given by the Polyphony Vocal Ensemble at St Nicolas Church in Pevensey on Saturday 25 May 2019.

Posted 15:56 In: Music & Sound

Milestone for Stables Theatre

Volunteers are helping the public to mark an important milestone in the history of a town’s theatre. Lynda Foy writes.

Posted 15:29 Thursday, May 30, 2019 In: Arts News

Three Inch Fools: Much Ado About Nothing

The Three Inch Fools return to St Mary in the Castle on Thursday, 30 May. Five actors, with all manner of musical instruments, present an inventive take on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, a rip-roaring comedy of quarrels, deceptions and a frustratingly stupid man called Dogberry.

Posted 21:04 Wednesday, May 29, 2019 In: Performance

Electric Palace celebrates Volunteers’ Week

The Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town is hosting a special event during Volunteers Week (1-7 June) to celebrate its dedicated and passionate army of volunteers who man the doors at each screening. By working productively with volunteers, the Electric Palace is able to continue as a community interest company and keep its costs per screening at a minimum.

Posted 20:54 In: Film

New mosaic for Warrior Square Station

Transition Town Hastings (TTH) is an environmental group with a focus on activities that bring the community together. They have already created the Community Fruit & Vegetable Garden at St Leonards Warrior Square station that everyone can help themselves to – and would now like to facilitate a community designed and crafted mosaic at the front of the station.

Posted 19:23 In: Community Arts

Festival By The Lake 2019

Top jazz musicians, Sarah Jane Morris and Gwyneth Herbert are headlining at this year’s Festival by the Lake on Sunday 23 June, 12-8pm, in the beautiful surroundings of Ashburnham Place, near Battle, East Sussex.

Posted 17:12 In: Campaigns

Climate Action meeting: All welcome!

Hastings council declared a climate emergency earlier this year. The question is: what next? This will be discussed on Thursday 30 May at Jackson Place, Hastings Voluntary Action, hosted by Friends of the Earth. All welcome. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

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