There’s a whole load of ‘Pressure’ at The Stables next month

Pressure by David Haig is coming to The Stables Theatre next month. It’s June 1944, the clock is ticking down, in just 72 hours the biggest invasion the world has ever seen will cross the English Channel – Operation Overlord will be underway. The fate of 350,000 allied troops and the future of Europe rests […]

For council ‘austerity is far from over’ says Chowney

Council seeks your view on its budget proposals Council set to cut ten per cent of its workforce £1m of additional savings still required Increasing demand on homeless budget The clock’s ticking down on your opportunity to have a say on the borough council’s budget for the coming year. Hastings Borough Council (HBC) has launched […]

‘Ore-some’ leap in station usage

Almost a quarter-million rail journeys started or ended at Ore station in 2018/19, according to the latest official estimates of station usage from the Office of Rail and Road.  The 240,652 station entries and exits in the year to March 31st 2019 represent an annual increase of nearly 40 per cent. The Marshlink station is […]

Extra time winner fires Rangers into semi final!

Sedlescombe – 4 Robertsbridge – 3 Sedlescombe Rangers first team has this weekend placed themselves into the semi-finals of the East Sussex Challenge Cup (Premier and Div 1). It took 120 minutes of hard graft to get there, but the team pulled through after a resilient Robertsbridge United tested a very young Sedlescombe XI.  The game […]

Police in Sussex to lead the way over new Stalking Protection law

“In Sussex we are already recording the second highest number of stalking reports anywhere in the UK after the Met…” Police in Sussex are leading the way to enforce a new law aimed to helping victims of stalking. New Stalking Protection Orders (SPO’s) come into effect tomorrow (Monday January 20th) as an additional tool for […]

Chopbacks grind out another three points

South Coast Athletico – 3 Bexhill Rovers – 2 This weekend saw the Chopbacks host Bexhill Rovers in what is fast becoming a bit of Derby match given the previous encounters between the two teams. Both teams started with high intensity but it was the Chopbacks who made the early breakthrough in the 16th minute when Connor Easton flicked on for Tyler Smith to round the goalkeeper […]

Dynamic Ports in turnaround win

Uckfield II 14 St Leonards CP 24 (HT 7-5) After a month since the last league game Ports took a sizeable squad to face an Uckfield team that had held its own in the league. The similar nature of the squads was apparent from the off. Uckfield carried strongly and Ports had to defend doggedly. […]

Walkers will better understand the function of the wetlands

Wetlands are enormously important they help provide clean water, flood protection, provide food, capture carbon, promote biodiversity and provide an environment for quiet relaxation. So what exactly are wetlands? They are naturally low lying or water-fed areas of land which help store and filter huge amounts of water. In doing so, they enable wildlife to […]