General Election Announced for the 8th June 2017

With the announcement of the General Election due to take place on 8th June 2017. Hastings & Rye Labour Party have issued the following press release. “We welcome the Prime Minister’s decision. Voters no longer have to wait until 2020 to send a powerful anti-austerity message about the health and social care service they want, […]

Weekly Street Stall

[alert type=”notice” close=”false”]Next Stall: Saturday in Hastings Town Centre outside Nationwide 1-3pm[/alert] Come along and meet your local party, get information about your Borough’s Councillors and find out how you can help towards a Labour win for Hastings in 2017!  

Tressell Ward report (February 2017)

To comment on any of the items below or obtain further information, please contact Cllrs Tania Charman and Peter Chowney. Hands off Castledown The ‘Hands off Castledown’ campaign group has been set up by parents with children in Castledown School to stop it becoming an academy. Castledown School is one of only two remaining in […]

Ore ward report (February 2017)

If you would like to discuss any of the items below or to sign up for our monthly email report, please contact Cllrs Richard Street and Michael Wincott Budget 22nd February sees the Council agreeing its budget for the 2017-18 year. The draft Budget is currently out to consultation with the deadline for responses 5pm […]

Labour Party stall in Hastings town centre

There’s a Labour Party stall in Hastings town centre now happening every Saturday 12 – 2pm and this week it’s part of a national Labour Party Day of Action on the NHS, so will run for longer hours, 10-2 outside Millets. The more members who can pop down for an hour or two, the more […]

Old Hastings ward report (January 2017)

Old Town Hall The Old Town Hall application to become a children’s discovery playground has now been decided and agreed, albeit with some restrictions on opening times. It’s a really exciting project that should encourage a lot more families visiting the town to walk up the High Street and hopefully it will benefit neighbouring businesses […]