What a beautiful town we live in… The sun has got his hat on!

All photos by Peter Norman

The sun came out of hiding over the last weekend after a mixed midweek and with it came beautiful weather, making for a lovely weekend to finally, fully kickstart the summer–and in good timing, too, coinciding with the beginning of the European Championships where England started well with a win at Wembley in their first game of the campaign against Croatia.

Yesterday, (June 13th) was reportedly the hottest day of the year, and the hottest of its date on record. Indeed if the weather continues, it looks set to be a summer to remember.

Peter Norman of the Facebook page Hastings Photos took some incredible pictures of the town over the weekend, capturing the vibrancy and beauty of the town in all its glory.

These are just some of our favourites:

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