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Humming into doors.

Standing alone in a derelict space in St Leonards is a small, blue building. Like Doctor Who’s Tardis. It’s made of doors. And who knows what goes on behind closed doors? Intrigued, HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths took a look, opened and closed the doors and spoke to the developer, Bob Humm.

Posted 07:33 Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017 In: Visual Arts Tags: Bob Humm Claire Humm Hummbug Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Network Rail Network Rails' Community Scheme The Doors building The Space

Join the greenway rail corridor walk

Hastings Greenway Group’s campaign to make the greenway a reality takes a further step forward with a public walk on Saturday 18 February along the rail corridor stretch in the town centre. The group attracted an interested audience to its recent meeting, including two local councillors but no one representing East Sussex County Council. Nick Terdre reports.

Zoom Arts exhibition opens at Warrior Square station gallery with mayoral blessing

Zoom Arts is holding an exhibition this week at its gallery in St Leonards Warrior Square station. The beneficiary is the Hastings RNLI lifeboat station. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 16:59 Tuesday, Mar 22, 2016 In: Community Arts Tags: Cystic Fibrosis Trust Mayor Bruce Dowling Network Rail Nick Terdre RNLI Stade Hall Warrior Square station Zoom Arts

Controversial schemes get green light

Last week’s planning committee meeting was lively, with controversial schemes for the Archery Ground and numbers 1 and 3 Chapel Park Road on the agenda. Bernard McGinley, who was among the throng at Hastings Town Hall, found grounds to wonder at some of the committee’s actions.

Future of St Leonards on the line

Overlooking Warrior Square Station are two Victorian villas, 1 and 3 Chapel Park Road.  The planning application to replace them with a block of 29 flats will be considered by the planning committee this coming Wednesday, 6 November, at a meeting in Hastings Town Hall starting at 6pm. Local resident Bernard McGinley considers the implications for St Leonards.

Posted 10:13 Monday, Nov 4, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Ashburnham Road Bernard McGinley Chapel Park Road King's Road Conservation Area Network Rail planning committee planning department St Leonards Warrior Square station
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