A few of your favourites from the year

In two weeks time we’ll have bid farewell to 2018 and we’ll be welcoming in the new year, so we thought it was time to start looking back to some of your favourite stories and features from Hastings In Focus’ first year.

Over the next two weeks we’ll be taking a look back at the items which have captured your imagination and here are three features on iconic Hastings structures that almost define the town – we’ll come to the pier later that is worthy of a whole feature to itself.

Just click on the links below which will take you back to the original features published earlier this year.

Marine Court

From land and sea the iconic structure that defines the St Leonards seafront

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The bathing pool

The Concrete King’s million gallon masterpiece

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East Hill Lift

East Hill Lift – an ‘enduring symbol of Hastings’

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One thought on “A few of your favourites from the year

  1. I used to live there in the Bathing pool all But in the summer hols or the beach ,I Loved it and of course the diving board etc and STILL remember the Lovly music ,still remains top of my list of memories!

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