|DIARY OF EVENTS AT HASTINGS HISTORY HOUSE
All events at the History House unless stated
Newsletter – Spring 2021
|Exhibition from June 30th 2022||11-4pm||Fishermen's Museum||Exhibition - @George Woods - Hastings a photographic display'
Steve Peak writes - George Woods was a local photographer who took about 2,500 plate glass pictures in and around Hastings in the 1890s. They give a fascinating glimpse of what life was like in the town’s fishing industry and tourist trade just before the prosperous resort was hit by a major recession in the Edwardian era.
Entrance free, donation to Fishermen’s Museum welcome. Wheelchair accessible.
|Talk - Tush Hamilton - Hastings Old Tow Fishing Community - Memories Lost and Forgotten||The exhibition has now moved to the Fishermen's Museum - watch this space for news on upcoming talk dates||To enhance the exhibition that Tush and Pat Hamilton have created they will be giving talks throughout the year and this is the first.|
|Exhibition from June 2023 - The Ridge||Thurs - Saturday 11am-4pm||History House||A Road Through Time-The Ridge There is a book by Stephanie Reardon available at the History House and the Website Shop|
|History House is open Thurs-Sat Please call ahead if you are making a special journey||Thurs-Sat 11-4pm (times dependent on volunteers)||History House||Exhibitions, enquiries, book sales.
current exhibition - Hastings and St Leonards Lost Heritage
|Old Town Walks||New start date - Easter!||OHPS||We will be keeping the ticket system in place in 2023 at £6 per ticket in advance fromOld Town & Stade Walks Tickets & Info or if you don't have access to internet please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and you can pay cash to the guide. Also email for further details.
Meet 2.30pm at the West Hill Cafe TN34 3RD
|Stade Walks||New dates coming for 2023|
Stade Walks & Old Town Tickets & Info
|FM||We will be keeping the ticket system in place in 2023 at £4 per ticket in advance fromStade & Old Town Walks Tickets & Info or if you don't have access to internet please contact email@example.com to book your place and you can pay cash to the guide on the day. Also email for further details.
Meet 11am at the Fishermen's Museum firstname.lastname@example.org
|Weekly Weds||10.30 – 12.00||HAARG||Discussion group. Evening meetings 7.30 on 2nd Weds of the month|
|1st Tues of the Month & 3rd Tues||7.30 – 10.30||HLHG||Both the monthly meetings of Hastings Local History group are now at the History House.|
|Weekly Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun.Close Sundays in Jan.||11-4pm||OHPS||History House Open- exhibitions, enquiries, book sales.|
|Group bookings for walks||To Suit||OHPSFM||Stade Guided Walks contact 01424461446.
|Group Talks Available||OHPS/Cemetery Contact Anne Scott see below.
Fishermen’s Museum – contact Jan Sellers – see below
|Visit http://ohpsupdate.blogspot.co.uk for updates on local heritage events|
The new arrangements for consultation on new applications means that we do not get sent weekly lists. You can see at http://publicaccess.hastings.gov.uk/online-applications/search.do?action=weeklyList
Good quality second hand books wanted for our book sale
Friends of Hastings Cemetery – http://friendsofhastingscemetery.org.uk/, Hastings Cemetery contact 01424 427718,
HAARG – Hastings Area Archaeological Research Group, prospective members welcome. Contact Lynn/Kevin 01424 812092 www.haarg.org.uk.
HLHG – Hastings Local History Group – prospective members welcome to attend a session. Brian Lawes 01424 437253
HSTLS-Hastings and St Leonards Society email@example.com
HRFHS –Hastings and Rother Family History Society. Linda Smith 437493 email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.hrfhs.org.uk/