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Black Dog Lost

As Mental Health Awareness Week comes to an end, it seems very relevant to post these words from local novelist, Amanda Nicol, on feeling suicidal. Suicide: a rarely discussed global pandemic. Amanda’s deeply moving experience is unique, but will resonate for anyone who has experienced such feelings and thoughts.

Posted 12:57 Sunday, May 31, 2020 In: Health Matters Tags:

Dialogue with a diagnosis

Amanda Nicol is a local writer and painter, passionate about healing — individual, societal, and environmental. Here she explores her own mental well-being, different approaches and responses to her experiences and how she seeks her own unique path to healing and how this journey continues

Posted 08:40 In: Health Matters Tags:

Instant Libraries for four local primary schools

KPMG donates Instant Libraries to four primary schools in Hastings supporting most vulnerable children during lockdown. The initiative was supported by a trio of bestselling children’s authors and illustrators.

Posted 07:07 In: Literature Tags:

Latest news from Hastings Voluntary Action

News and updates and useful information from Hastings Voluntary Action.

Observer Building planning application submitted

After a lot of work, White Rock Neighbourhood Ventures (WRNV) have submitted the planning application for the Observer Building to Hastings Borough Council.

MSL’s SALONS: your participation required!

MSL is pleased to announce the start of an exciting new online programme of Digital Arts Events as part of the Dot Dash Programme.

Posted 05:03 In: Community Arts Tags: ,

re:create LGBTQ+ mini performances


Posted 04:36 In: Performance Tags:

Tories and HBC at odds over relaxing restrictions

While local Tories call for restrictions to be relaxed, and toilets and tennis courts to be reopened, the Labour-dominated council says such facilities will stay shut for the time being and urge visitors to stay away. On 1 June the government is partially easing the lockdown. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 18:37 Saturday, May 30, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: , , , , , , ,
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