Preparing for a BIG night under the stars… and all for a great cause!

Seaview’s sponsored mass sleep-out returns to the Stade Open Space on Friday September 27th, raising awareness and funds for some of the town’s most vulnerable people. The Big Sleep 2019 will put greater emphasis on what the Big Sleep is all about, its role in enabling Seaview to carry out its vital work in the... Continue Reading →

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Elder Abuse Awareness Day Tomorrow is Elder Abuse Awareness Day and Sussex Police is reminding older people and their families and carers, that it is important to stay on the alert for attempts to defraud them. Whether through couriers, doorstep callers, computers and telephones, investment offers, dating sites, by someone close to them or through... Continue Reading →

Battle of Hastings 50p piece

The Royal Mint is reissuing a set of British military history 50p pieces and included among them is one to commemorate the 1066 Battle of Hastings. In addition to the local conflict the set includes 50p coins commemorating D-Day, the Victoria Cross and the Battle of Britain – all the newly minted coins carry a... Continue Reading →

The earth’s moved in Hastings Country Park

Four years after it was first given the go-ahead and four years after Hastings Borough Council (HBC) spent out on buying the straw bales to build it, it looks like work on the new environmentally friendly visitor centre at Hastings Country Park has finally begun. Vans belonging to the specialist straw bale building companies have... Continue Reading →

Football boss inspires ‘Parker’ students

Former Arsenal Vice-Chairman David Dein was in town this week and stopped off at ARK William Parker where he delivered an inspirational speech to the school's Year ten pupils. were invited by Speakers for Schools to attend the motivational talk at the academy. Mr Dein is a businessman and football entrepreneur, he was Vice-Chairman of... Continue Reading →

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