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Planning committee proves decisive for pier and Stade

Would the Stade footpath get a reprieve? Would the Pier sheds be refused permission? Would sound arguments prevail? Of course not — this is Hastings. Observing the planning committee at work, Bernard McGinley gets the Mugsborough Blues.

Posted 13:46 Friday, Mar 8, 2019 In: Home Ground Tags: Amusement Park Bernard McGinley Cllr Louise Cllr Roberts Cllr Scott conservation management plan Foreshore Trust Hastings Pier HBC Mr Gulzar pathway pier planning committee sheds Sheikh Stade

The clarity the Foreshore Trust owes the public is missing

The Foreshore Trust continues to say nothing about the future of foreshore assets, as the Stade pathway application continues. The proposal seeks to reroute the footpath and give land to the amusement park. Bernard McGinley takes another look at a case lacking in defenders.

Council refuses Old Town footpath bid

Hastings Borough council has turned down the Flamingo amusement park owner’s second attempt to take control of a disputed footpath on the Stade. Local residents and politicians welcomed the news. Nick Terdre reports.

Car-Toon capers!

The Really BIG Cartoon Day is approaching – for those who don’t have it in their diaries yet it’s the day after the bonfire, Sunday 16 October. HOT’s Erica Smith is one of the organisers, and here she tells you what is going to happen, as well as why she got involved.

Hermit – a life on the margins

Hastings has its own legendary hermit, John Hancox, who lived in a cave in Ecclesbourne Glen for around fourteen years until his death in 1904. Sadly, homelessness is becoming an increasingly important issue in society, and now local community arts organisation, Radiator, has joined forces with the local wellbeing centre, Seaview, to produce a unique event based on John’s life. HOT reporter Cathy Simpson talked to Rebecca Child, who is leading the project along with Mary Hooper and Hilary Turner.

Posted 14:07 Monday, Mar 14, 2016 In: Community Arts Tags: Cathy Simpson community arts Ecclesbourne Glen hermit Hilary Turner homelessness Mary Hooper Radiator Rebecca Child Seaview Project Stade

A Wave of Dreams

The multi-layered piece A Wave of Dreams is a free evening performance of readings, electronic soundscapes, film and music taking place as part of Stade Saturdays, this Saturday – 11 July. Miranda Gavin caught up with journalist and Thin Man Press publisher, Susan de Muth, ahead of the show to find out more.

Posted 16:22 Wednesday, Jul 8, 2015 In: Performance Tags: A Wave of Dreams Alex Walker Andre Breton Dada Dawn Ades Hastings Louis Aragon Miranda Gavin Nichola Bruce Paris Stade surrealism surrealist Surrealist Manifesto Susan de Muth Thin Man Press Tymon Dogg Uru Ana
Mystery guest procured by Christine Nash

Many of you will have met Talullah, the twelve-foot-high mermaid who cheerfully makes an annual appearance at Jack in the Green. Now her creators, Radiator Arts, have come indoors – the weather’s getting cold – and will be hosting a totally unique event in the Stade Hall. HOT reporter and Radiator Arts member, Cathy Simpson, hops onto a snow plough and reveals more.

Posted 22:14 Sunday, Dec 14, 2014 In: Community Arts Tags: Cathy Simpson Christina Nash community arts Radiator Arts Rowena O'Reilly Stade Visual Arts

Hastings Fishing Families on show in Parliament

Normally, Paul Joy and the other Hastings fishermen go up to Parliament to talk to DEFRA and European fishing organisations, but last night, they were the stars of their own show in the House of Commons. HOT’s Erica Smith went ‘up to town’ to visit the show and meet the stars of the sea.

Posted 15:51 Wednesday, Jan 29, 2014 In: Hastings People Tags: Amber Rudd coastal fishing fleet Erica Smith Fishermen Hastings Hastings Fishermen's Protection Society House of Commons John Cole photographer on shore fishing fleet Paul Joy quotas Stade
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