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HOT Style: Meet Roxane

Spotted in George Street, Hastings Old Town. Roxane “don’t do designer”. HOT Style-Seeker, Claudine Eccleston, reports.

Posted 16:13 Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018 In: HOT Style Tags: best UK street style claudine Eccleston Fashion seaside yellow jacket

Hastings People #1: Lindsay Wright, the new face of ‘Maggie’s’

Posted 22:23 Sunday, Aug 28, 2016 In: Hastings People Tags: catering Lindsay Wright Maggie's Rock-a-Nore seaside Toby Sargent TripAdvisor
Scene from the Opera Garden Party © JJ Waller

Wanted: your take on St Leonards in a nutshell…

HOT regulars will have already read

Posted 11:07 Tuesday, Aug 19, 2014 In: Hastings People Tags: Accordian Steve Deborah Ewing Erica Smith fun Jim Proudfoot JJ Waller Kay people Photography seaside social documentary St Leonards
Rubbish found on the beach

How degrading!

Meandering along the beach the other day, HOT’s Zelly Restorick, came across an interesting poster from the British Marine Foundation and the Royal Yachting Association. Headed ‘How degrading!’, it shows how many years some common items of rubbish take to bio-degrade in the water.

Posted 14:33 Monday, Aug 13, 2012 In: Green Times Tags: beach bio-degradable litter rubbish seaside

Join in the Outrageous Seaside Fun and make some money for Hastings Online Times!

Join in the Outrageous Seaside Fun and make some money for Hastings Online Times!

Posted 22:42 Wednesday, May 30, 2012 In: One Long Party Tags: 9 June bearded lady fun Hastings Outrageous Decadence Pukes Saturday seaside Special St Leonards ukelele band What's On
A watercolour drawing of Red Valerian

The Weeds of St Leonards: Number 1 – Red Valerian

At this time of year it is hard to ignore the giant pink clouds of Valerian which fringe the seven streets area of St Leonards. The seeds of this sun and sea-loving plant nestle into the cracks in walls and thrive in the limey mortar, producing numerous raspberry pink plumed flowers.

Posted 11:50 In: Green Times Tags: Centranthus ruber pink plant Red seaside St Leonards Valerian weeds
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