Who knew about Fairlight Glen’s crucial role in the invention of television

In the late 1990s Richard Street chaired Hastings Borough Council's John Logie Baird working party. It was tasked with looking at the creation of a John Logie Baird/TV museum in the town. Sadly those plans came to nothing but there was a small festival to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Baird's first patent and the 'Birthplace... Continue Reading →

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Cash boost for local Guides troop

The 10th Hastings Guides have received a £350 donation from Sussex Police. Community Support Officer Daryl Holter made the successful bid to raise cash for the Guides with the money coming from the Police Property Act Fund, PPAF. This money, for use in the community, comes from the sale of property that has been confiscated... Continue Reading →

Sussex rail partnership gets the credit

The Sussex Rail Community Partnership (SCRP) the local community interest company which promotes greater use of train travel and other public transport, has just been awarded accreditation status by the Department for Transport (DfT). Accreditation is formal recognition by the DfT that a community rail partnership operates to a high standard and that its objectives... Continue Reading →

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