The Red House Emmanuel Road


By John Hodges

Sometime after 1066 the first Norman Castle in England, constructed in stone, was built on what is now known as the West Hill. The original construction was of wood and it was not till some years later that the stone remains of that crumbling edifice that we know today as Hastings Castle came into being. Continue reading The Red House Emmanuel Road

The Castle Run

Cyclists set out in their hundreds from the Lifeboat Station in the shadow of Hastings Castle on a massive sponsored ride organised annually by St. Leonards Rotary Club. The destination was Pevensey Castle for those attempting the 25 mile return trip of Hurstmonceaux Castle for the more adventurous (or foolish) who decided they wanted a 40 mile round journey through some of the most beautiful countryside in East Sussex. Continue reading The Castle Run