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Winter Warmer packs

Once again, Winter Warmer Packs are available to eligible residents of Baird, Ore and Tressell wards and referred by a local agency as someone who needs help to stay warm this winter. Please spread the word. Cllrs  Street and Wincott report in their monthly update for Ore.

Posted 13:30 Monday, Oct 9, 2017 In: Health Matters Tags: Baird ward Cllr Wincott ore Ore ward tressell ward Winter Warmer packs

An Opportunity not to be missed…

Last Friday (29 April) was your opportunity to meet Will Volley, author of The Opportunity,  a graphic novel set in Hastings. He was ‘in conversation’ at the Beacon with HOT’s Erica Smith.

Posted 16:48 Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016 In: Visual Arts Tags: Erica Smith Hastings Malvern Way noir noire ore Will Volley

Mayor opens new Sara Lee shop in Ore

With the aid of the mayor, Sara Lee Trust has opened a new charity shop which establishes its presence in Ore. Volunteers are still wanted to help staff the new outlet. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 06:53 Friday, Mar 4, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Dan Redsull ore Rye Winchelsea and District Memorial Hospital Sara Lee Trust St Michael’s Hospice
Speckled Wood in Ore

Help save Speckled Wood in Ore

Speckled Wood in Ore is under threat from development. Again. Hearing about the latest prospect of development and consultation, HOT’s Zelly Restorick went along to the woodland to speak to Martin Newbold, Chairman of the Friends of Speckled Wood Management Trust.

Ruins of Old St Helens Church

Old St Helen’s yields its secrets

Following an archaeological dig in April of this year, new discoveries have been found at the Old St Helen’s Church site at Ore Place, thought to be one of the oldest buildings in Hastings, reports  Zelly Restorick.

Posted 11:50 Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012 In: Home Ground Tags: archaeology old st helens church ore religion ruins
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