Better late than never – credit union AGM goes online

Like many organisations across the country Hastings and Rother Credit Union (HRCU) was unable to hold its Annual General Meeting in March. Now the organisation has arranged for a virtual AGM to take place on July 15th and is inviting all members to email Richard@hrcu.org.uk for a link so they can take part. HRCU President, Richard Street, […]

NHS at 72! The greatest anniversary tribute is staying safe

The National Health Service will be 72 on Sunday after experiencing what many have described as ‘the most challenging year in its history’. As pubs and restaurants plan their re-opening this weekend NHS leaders have been joined by bosses from blue light services and local authorities to urge people to pay a fitting tribute to […]

‘Violent assault’ on an 85-year-old IN HER OWN HOME can you help the police?

Police are appealing for witnesses after an elderly woman was violently assaulted in her own home. Around 10pm on Tuesday June 30th, the 85-year-old victim heard a loud noise at her property in St Helens Road, Hastings, and went downstairs to see what had happened. After noticing the front porch windows had been smashed, she […]

Could you provide the leadership for St Michael’s Hospice?

Could you provide leadership for St Michael’s Hospice, be its ambassador and its public face? If the answer is yes then you might want to apply to be the Hospice’s next Chair. It’s a non-executive, volunteer role that has a key role across the organisation and its services. The Chair and the board hold the […]

Bensons for Beds’ owners go bust – what’s the future for the Hastings store?

The fragile nature of the commercial property market was laid bare yesterday when a number of high-profile, high street names called in administrators. Among those was the Harveys furniture group. While there is no Harveys store in Hastings its subsidiary Bensons for Beds is a tenant of Hastings Borough Council in Bexhill Road. The chain, […]