The June issue of Hastings Town is on sale in all good Hastings Newsagents Now.
The Story of a WWll Evacuee,
By Richard Holdsworth,
“Six spoons of sugar, Mister, What’s that about?”.
“It’s the Rationing allocation during the war. Six tiny teaspoons.”
“For kids like me?” Continue reading Six Spoons Of Sugar
BRENZETT AERO MUSEUM AND LAND ARMY REUNION By Richard Holdsworth
One of the endearing memories of WWll is Tommy Handley and his radio programme ITMA – It’s That Man Again – and now we have ITEA. It’s That Event Again, the Brenzett Aero Museum August show! And what a great show too! Continue reading Brenzett Aero Museum and Land Army Reunion
By Richard Holdsworth
It was a bright and sunny morning when the esteemed Lord Granville, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, announced, “I declare this pier open for all good citizens to enjoy.” It was 5 August, 1872, and thus started 134 years of pure joy and merriment for Hastings holidaymakers until that sorrowful day in 2006 when it all came to a juddering halt. Continue reading Of Hastings Pier