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J.Davey Winter Main 'Gold in the Mountains'

Re-interpreting the past through museum exhibits

It is always a delight to go to Hastings Museum and Art Gallery. Around every corner there is surprise. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued by SOCO Artists’ latest project – an imaginative response to the museum’s exhibits: drawings and paintings, concertina-ed books, beautifully made objects, found objects and textiles.

Posted 11:04 Wednesday, Jul 18, 2018 In: Visual Arts Tags: Adrienne Hunter Alex Leadbeaer Carly Ralph Charles Dawson Charlotte Snook George Bristow grey owl Hastings Museum & Art Gallery Jean Davey Winter Mary Moris Oona Bell Robert Tressell Roz Cran SoCo Artists William Henry Borrow William Morris

A room with a view to lowering standards

Severe modifications are being proposed to the unbuilt visitor centre in Hastings Country Park. Will the new design benefit the Country Park? Bernard McGinley takes a wild guess, and finds the application still wanting.

Posted 18:37 Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018 In: Home Ground Tags: Belties Bernard McGinley Country Park Fairlight grey owl Groundwork South HBC Little Warren Cottage Major Sayer minor variations NPPF planning Rother visitor centre

Hometown entertainment from writers’ group

If you like stories set in, and drawing on the history of, your hometown, Seawords is the book for you. The theme for this year’s anthology from Hastings Writers’Group, on the 950th anniversary of that famous battle and the year when the pier was restored to us, is – Hastings. Nick Terdre has read (most of ) it.

Posted 10:27 Saturday, Jul 23, 2016 In: Literature Tags: Animal Writes Beatrix Potter Catherine Cookson Charles Dickens Eileen Masters grey owl Hastings Pier Charity Hastings Writers’ Group Lewis Carroll National Association of Writers’ Groups Nick Terdre Seawords

A rare sunny day

What a difference a day makes…..Here’s the sea on Saturday – I don’t know about anyone else, but I find it very hard to get good pictures of waves. No sooner is the camera primed and ready than it shakes in the wind, spray blows in my eyes, then the waves subside and reappear further down the beach. Yesterday a stinging hail shower finally put paid to my efforts.  Hastings Battleaxe comes out in the sunshine – a long blog post for a long walk!

Posted 12:05 Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014 In: Around and about Tags: grey owl hastings art gallery and museum Hastings Battleaxe Robert Tressell whistler's mother
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