To see ourselves as others see us…

We have an award winning pier, award winning beaches and last week we heard that we have award winning parks too.

But I didn’t know until today that once-upon-a-time Hastings was cursed. It was said that if you ever stayed here, you would never leave.

That’s just one thing I found out reading a piece published last week in the Glasgow based Herald newspaper. Writer Ann Fotheringham recounts a visit with her two sons this summer and give her family’s unique perspective on Hastings from its base in a cottage in Rock-a-Nore.

We thought you might like to read the piece and see ourselves as others see us. Just click on this link…


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


The sad history of St Leonards Parish Church

Once again courtesy of Derelict In The UK we bring you photographs of iconic and deserted buildings, this time St Leonards Parish Church. Standing grand on the St Leonards seafront, this beautiful building was completed in 1961 to replace its predecessor destroyed by a direct hit from V-1 ‘doodlebug’. It originally had structural building problems […]