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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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This Is Hastings @ The Ministry Of Normality

This Is Hastings took a stroll on the balmy eve that was Friday to attend the launch event for local talent Haydn Cornner’s new exhibition and aftershave! The Optical Lounge was full of well-wishers taking full advantage of the free Bellinis, as well as curious to inhale the intriguing new scene from The Ministry of

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Looking Forward – Capsule

This Is Hastings stumbled across a brand new shop this week, that has made an appearance on Courthouse Street in Hastings Old Town. Capsule offers itself as a new “affordable, high quality ” men’s clothing store. All the stock is brand new (but not necessarily current!) The shop itself is a visual treat to behold,

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Positive Press – Let’s Move To Old Town

This Is Hastings was directed to a recent article published in The Guardian newspaper, which describes the reasons why to move to Hastings Old Town. This Is Hastings has its own opinions on this interesting take on our hometown. We urge one and all to give it a read and come to your own conclusions

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Local Talent – Haydn Cornner

This Is Hastings was stopped on George Street, instructed to make haste towards The Optical Lounge and meet a very interesting chap by the name of Haydn Cornner … so we did! Born in 1961 above his Grandmother’s haberdashery shop in Tunbridge Wells., Haydn comes from a painting family (his mum painted Subbuteo men.) He

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This Is Hastings @ The Vintage Fair

With such beautiful weather on our shore line this Sunday, This is Hastings couldn’t resist a stroll along the promenade and a spot of shopping at the Vintage Fair at Azur in St Leonards.

 
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Survival Guide – Jack In The Green

This Is Hastings has been out and about, compiling a list of handy tricks and tips to help you enjoy Jack In The Green to its fullest!

 
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Looking Forward – Green Street

The Old Town this morning is a wash with foliage and ribbon, in preparation for the upcoming May Bank Holiday celebrations … This Is Hastings caught a few work in progress snaps of a few Old Town establishments getting a fresh delivery of leafy wreaths!

 
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This Is Hastings @ Pearl & Queenie Jewellery Launch

The grey and grizzly weather couldn’t keep purveyors of finery and shinery from descending on George Street yesterday evening for the official launch of a new range of British designed jewellery from Pearl & Queenie. With a glass of complimentary bubbly in hand, guests were introduced to the two new collections – The Love Story

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Positive Press – Eyestylist (Designer Of The Month)

When the sun finally does decide to make a proper appearance, sunglasses are essential wear for any health and style conscious individual. If you’re in search of some eyewear that is smarter than your average pair, (grab your pic-a-nic basket) and trot on down to The Optical Lounge (George Street, Old Town) Not only the

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