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Let’s Eat Local – Land Of Green Ginger

This Is Hastings was in need of a breakfast treat this morning, so moseyed on down to the Land Of Green Ginger on the Old Town High Street Something hearty was required, and the menu certainly provided – with a mix and match of cooked breakfast treats (sausage, egg, potato, beans, mushrooms etc.), it was

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This Is Hastings @ Fish Is The Dish

After a last minute invite via Twitter, This Is Hastings wasn’t sure what to expect from Fish In A Dish. But on arrival at The Bridge community centre, and seeing the local legends Tush & Pat’s sweet ride parked up outside, we knew we were in good hands! Over the next hour and a half,

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Let’s Eat Local – Post Office Tea Rooms

As part of The Big Jubilee Lunch at Marine Quarter, the delightful Post Office Tea Rooms were offering some delicious and thematic treats on their Great British menu. This Is Hastings opted for a couple of Jubilee Picnics – each containing a classic lawn party sandwich (corination chicken / cucumber) a tub of strawberries and

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This Is Hastings @ The Lighting Of The Beacon

As part of the Jubilee celebrations, This Is Hastings headed up to the East Hill last night to witness the ceremonial lighting of the beacon. Crowds gathered as the mighty torch was lit, and in turn inspired beacons in the far distance to take up flame – creating a domino effect towards Eastbourne and beyond.

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This Is Hastings @ Silent Disco 5

After the lovely lighting of the beacon on the East Hill, This Is Hastings headed down to the Brass Monkey for a bit of quiet … at the fifth Silent Disco! With much the same setup as the fourth installment of this excellent event – but with added bonus and welcome return of DJ Richard

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This Is Hastings @ De Jongens Driest

This Is Hastings headed down to The Stade to witness the musical styling of “Holland’s smallest brass band” as part of the weekly Stade Saturdays events. The crowd were treated to a whole host of toe tapping, brassy numbers from De Jongens Driest – taking requests as well as playing countless classics. While all of

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This Is Hastings @ The Big Jubilee Lunch

This Is Hastings headed down to Marine Quarter yesterday to attend the delicious and delightful Big Jubilee Lunch. With flags proudly flying, and the pavement lined with tables filled with a host of traditional patriotic tasty treats (jelly, cucumber sandwiches Pimms etc.) there were smiles as far as the eye could see. This Is Hastings

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Let’s Eat Local – Webbe’s @ The Jerwood Gallery

Published on June 1, 2012 in Food & Drink, Reviews

This Is Hastings was feeling like a treat, so headed down to Rock-a-Nore for a late lunch at Webbe’s @ The Jerwood Gallery. (after a recommendation from local talent Derek Brown) Although in search of just food, the £2 gallery entry fee was still required (although this is seemingly to change in the future) –

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Get Involved – The Sewing Parlour

This Is Hastings popped into The Sewing Parlour this morning on Marine Court to investigate the beginners sewing classes being run by Maika Crampton of Angels & Violets (household textiles) the atmosphere was calm and relaxed – a delightful environment to learn how to sew, with beautiful decor and a sea view you can’t ask

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Let’s Eat Local – Fortes Pizzeria

Published on May 30, 2012 in Food & Drink, Reviews

While strolling by St Leonards Warrior Square, This Is Hastings decided to nip into Fortes Pizzaria for an early evening eat. On entering, you can always expect a warm and friendly welcome from the Fortes family. Some authentic Italian pizza was the obvious choice for the evening, freshly prepared in no time at all and

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