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Hastings residents shine on cancer awareness

Earlier in May, around fifty local residents participated in a night time lantern parade between Ore Community Centre and Downs Farm Community Centre, including the Mayor of Hastings, Councillor Judy Rogers. The event was organised by Hastings and Rother Community Cancer Awareness Project to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer and involve local people in sharing the message. Chris Cooper writes.

Posted 13:08 Sunday, Jun 3, 2018 In: Health Matters Tags: Mayor Judy Rogers Public Health England

Garden of Cultural Delights

In this our 8th year of Cultural Delight we were pleased to be joined by Hastings Mayor Cllr. Judy Rogers for the Mayor’s Community Picnic and to take the opportunity to reflect on how essential it is to develop understanding and friendship beyond religious and cultural difference in order to secure a community where bonds of respect and love free us from prejudice and hatred. Report from Tim Miller of the Interfaith Forum.

Posted 12:28 Sunday, Aug 20, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Celtic Strings Eddie Cornish Ezat Azur Garden of Cultural Delight Gizmo Hastings and District Interfaith Forum Humphrey and Francis Mayor Judy Rogers Midnight Cats The Jazz Organisation Tim Miller Tornado Twirl Stars

Imagination Library launches in St Leos

Imagination Library, Dolly Parton’s visionary project to bring books to all children, was officially launched in St Leonards at Turner House. The scheme encourages young children to read books with those people who look after their well-being.

Posted 09:26 Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016 In: Literature Tags: Annalise Elam Dolly Parton Imagination Library Imagine Nation Linus Quilts Mayor Judy Rogers Penguin Random House Rotary Club of Senlac Turner House

Nuclear fall-out and remembrance

Earlier this month, MPs voted for Trident renewal by 472 votes to 117 – a majority of 355, including nearly all Conservative Party members and half of Labour, even though Jeremy Corbyn, a lifelong unilateralist, and many Scottish National Party MPs opposed this decision, writes Zelly Restorick. In remembrance of the use of nuclear weaponry and its consequences, Hastings Against War will hold a service for those who lost their lives in the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945, with a ceremony at the boating lake in Alexandra Park on Tuesday August 9th. 

Posted 09:30 Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016 In: The HOT Planet Tags: Alexandra Park Dwight Eisenhower Hiroshima John Enefer Las Pasionarias Mayor Judy Rogers Nagasaki trident Trident renewal
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