A programme of six free, online courses aimed at the most pressing needs in the Trinity Triangle, delivered by a team of highly experienced current practitioners and trainers in their diverse fields of heritage building conservation. Attend as many or as few as you like. Details and booking link here. All the courses are free [...]
As part of the run up to Census 2021, community interest company Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage and the University of Brighton (The Centre for Memory, Narratives and Histories) have set up a series of public talks on key themes. On 8th March, we are hosting a free online panel discussion and Q&A [...]
Members please note that this is a slightly amended version of the one you were sent directly.
Hastings Borough Council’s Local Plan Consultation Hastings & St. Leonards Society is encouraging our members to contribute to the Council’s consultation on the new ‘Draft Hastings Local Plan (Regulation 18)’, which is now posted on the Council’s website. The Society will be discussing the draft plan with other organisations concerned with heritage and civic matters [...]
The first of three new online events organised by Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust took place on Tuesday 19 January. Hastings & St. Leonards Society was invited to take part in the programme of events and our chair, Dr. Deborah Madden, and website manager, Alan Jeffries, represented the Society. Alan has provided notes from [...]
Hastings Emerging Futures Project: Online Community Events The Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust are very excited to be bringing three new online events to you in January and February! They’re aiming to create a space for town wide, interactive, discussions all held over zoom webinar. To register for a free ticket please follow the [...]