Greenway Group’s last walk of the year this Sunday

The Hastings Greenway Group brings a successful year to a close on Sunday when it stages it's last walk of the year. The walk gets underway at 1.30pm  from Sandown School and will be a circular stroll around the Ore Valley, walking through Speckled Wood and down to Ore Station, crossing the line and then... Continue Reading →

Ports overwhelm Eastbourne in cup clash

Eastbourne II 5 St Leonards CP 22 (HT 0-17) Ports found themselves with a strong squad as they made their Sussex Bowl bow in wet and windy conditions under the lights in Eastbourne. Despite having beaten Eastbourne convincingly in the league earlier in the season, Ports took the field knowing they had never won a... Continue Reading →

What Hastings needs – better training, better schools, better healthcare, and better infrastructure

It was interesting to read Nick Perry’s recent reflections on the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) figures, which show Hastings deteriorating from the 20th most deprived local authority area in the country to the 13th most deprived, relative to all other local authority areas in England writes Peter Chowney, Labour's prospective parliamentary candidate for Hastings and Rye.  ... Continue Reading →

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