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Winter Festival of Faiths and Cultures 2019

Sunday 8 December will see the 10th annual Winter Festival of Faiths and Cultures, this year being held at the Concordia Hall in St Leonards. The event began in 2010, organised by the Hastings and District Interfaith Forum and the Hastings Intercultural Organisation. It was conceived as a companion event for the Garden of Delights, which earlier that year had enjoyed its first success in St Leonards Gardens. John Enefer writes.

Posted 07:12 Monday, Dec 2, 2019 In: Festivals Tags:

ABOB’s Michelin inspired pop up lunch!

The charity, A Band of Brothers (ABOB), a burgeoning local community group, is putting on a special meal for the wider community, that includes your lovely selves. A pop up lunch event on Saturday 7 December 2019 at Home Ground Kitchen (HGK) between 12 and 3pm. ABOB mentor, Neil Brown writes.

Posted 07:00 In: Hastings People Tags: ,
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Gather your team for a fun festive film quiz

Love movies? Enjoy a good quiz? Or perhaps you need a fun team-building event? Then head to the Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town for the ‘Seananigans Xmas Film Quiz’ coming soon, says Annie Waite.

Hastings International Piano Festival to open next year

Tickets are now on sale for the inaugural Hastings International Piano festival. Presented by the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, the event will be held at both the White Rock Theatre and St Mary in the Castle from February 26 to March 8 2020. The following press release was sent highlighting the big names and attractions to be featured next year.

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: ,
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