Appeal for witnesses after woman assaulted in Hastings
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault on a woman who was attacked in an alleyway between Robertson Street and Claremont, Hastings on Saturday, 30 April. Continue reading Woman Assaulted in Hastings
Appeal for an assault on a teenager in Hastings
25 February 2016
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Hastings on Friday, February 12.
A 15-year-old girl was walking on Robertson Street at 3.45pm on Friday, February Continue reading Hastings Teeenager Assaulted in Robertson Street
Hastings Week 2015 – part II
Hastings Week Publicity Officer and Vice Chairman Ion Castro shares some more images of the events during the week, this time the final weekend 17th & 18th October. Continue reading Hastings Week Part Two
This interesting story and picture first appeared in one of our first issues of “Hastings Town”. We have not been able to get in touch with Ray up to the time of printing but hope he and his good lady are fit and well and have a great Christmas. (Editor)
By Ray Levett
I wondered if you might be interested in a story associated with the attached picture. I was born in Hastings in 1943 and spent my first 18 years living in Coventry Road, Hollington. Continue reading Ray Levett making up for 45 lost years!
Four phases of ‘The Memorial’
Ion Castro looks into his archive
Many of us, especially older ones like me, still refer to the town centre as ‘The Memorial’, no, not the Shopping centre but the place, partially pedestrianised, where Havelock Road meets Cambridge Road, Robertson Street, Harold Place, Wellington Place and York Buildings, Queens Road and Station Road, where, in 1863 a memorial to Albert the Good, Queen Victoria’s husband was erected to commemorate the untimely death in 1861 of the Queen’s consort. The Memorial lasted until 1973 and gave its name to the area but what was there before that? Continue reading ‘Then, before then, before that and now’