Hastings and St. Leonards Observer

St Leonards man charged with causing grievous bodily harm

Crime
Pier to Pier walk in aid of Bexhill boy Jack Jeffreys. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-171018-090650001

Pier to Pier walk exceeds all expectations

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Sussex Coast College

Public consultation on plans to merge two colleges

Education
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Children’s Laureate to share her stories at popular festival

News

Plaque unveiled to mark old pier

News

Orionid meteor shower to light up our skies this weekend

News

Magistrates Court results for the Hastings and Rother area

News
One More Minute campiagn by Child Bereavement UK SUS-171020-153937003

TV ad raises awareness about child bereavement

News
Gin Festival Eastbourne SUS-171020-151559001

COMPETITION: Thirty pairs of tickets to Gin Festival up for grabs

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Cricket

'One big' Sussex Cricket League will start in 2018 after majority of clubs vote in favour

Sport
The FA are set to introduce 12 new rules to youth football. Picture by Derek Martin

The FA to introduce 12 new youth football rules

Local
The JC Tackleway first team in its new kit sponsored by White's Seafood and Steak Bar in George Street, Hastings. The club would like to say a big thanks to Alex White for his generosity in helping secure the new kit. SUS-170110-163705002

Hollington and Sidley on the march in county competition

Football
Westfield midfielder Jake Adams tussles for possession. Pictures by Simon Newstead

10-man Westies suffer extra-time cup defeat

Local

Academy graduate Haines signs first professional contract

Sport

Sussex's young cricketers are in the honours

News

Brilliant Cross reaches another final

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Bexhill hit back to record first home point

Local

Video: Paddington’s Pop-Up London uneiled ahead of latest movie

TV and Film

Halloween party to help families in grief

News

Bag a bargain at charity’s November 4 fundraiser!

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Postmarked Oct 04 1907 Dorrie writes to her friend in Ashford This is a view of the baths belonging to the school Above the door a magnifying glass reveals UPLANDS SCHOOL and below it, in larger letters SWIMMING BATH. In its latter years the building had been painted white hiding the attractive brick detail but renovators are removing the paint revealing the original detail. Sadly the chimneys, roof finials and pierced parapet have gone. The date 1871 above the door must be when Uplands School extended the building.

The quality buildings that made their way up St Leonards’ West Hill

Nostalgia
High Point

The ‘upside down’ house that is a Sussex High Point

Lifestyle
Pokot children

Yellowmen’s tiring but successful trip to Kenya

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