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Putting the case for drones

Drones are not everyone’s cup of tea, and can attract fierce criticism – drone rage – as expressed in HOT’s pages last year. Drone enthusiast Nick Emmons thinks much of this is misplaced, as he explains. Via his drone, he has also supplied some fascinating aerial shots of Hastings Country Park.

Posted 20:35 Thursday, Nov 28, 2019 In: Hastings People Tags: , , ,

Nick Perry: Why you should vote Liberal Democrat

All candidates have been invited to write, in no more than 800 words, about what they see as the most important proposals in their party manifesto and why voters should support them. Here is the contribution from the Liberal Democrats’ Nick Perry.

Your chance to solve a murder mystery with Tim Benzie

Friday 29 November sees the return to St Mary in the Castle of Tim Benzie’s Solve Along A Murder, She Wrote, your chance to hone your skills as an amateur sleuth. Nick Terdre describes the show.

Remembering Jeremy Birch

Louise Carlyle, partner of  the late council leader Jeremy Birch, who died suddenly in 2014, is putting together a memorial book celebrating his life, and calls for contributions from those who knew him.

Posted 18:27 Tuesday, Nov 26, 2019 In: Hastings People Tags: ,
The White Rock Theatre

What’s HOT at the White Rock

The nights are drawing in, but the lights are shining bright on Hastings’ biggest stage at the White Rock Theatre (WRT). A brand new line-up of great live entertainment has been announced with many new shows, live music, stand-up comedy and the best in touring theatre. All this can be found in the new brochure for winter/spring, writes Paul Way-Rider.

A book for Christmas for every school child in Hastings!

This Christmas the news from The National Literacy Trust is that there will be a book for every school child in Hastings. Bloomsbury is donating 9,000 books to be given to school children from reception to Year 9, ages 5-14. The three-year Bloomsbury and the National Literacy Trust partnership aim to inspire a love of reading and improve literacy levels in Hastings.

Message to Council: ‘No luxury housing on bathing pool site’

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© Susan Taylor The Sun Sinking

Australian summer blows into St Leonards

On these rainy, grey days there is an exuberant exhibition in St Leonards that lights the day. Summer has blown into the Solaris Gallery:  Susan Taylor – Australian Summer.  HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was considerably cheered by the images that celebrate shapes, colour and nature with flowing complex shades and tones that lighten the dreariness of English winter.

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