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What's Happening in Hastings and Surrounding Issue #3
Hi, I'm Penny, the Kallikids hub leader for East Sussex.
We are now in the second half of June, summer solstice is on 21st, which means that we have nearly reached the longest day.
If you know of any activity or group that would like to be mentioned in these newsletters please contact me by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weather is supposed to be nice for the next two weeks so lots of outdoor activities for the little ones before the summer holidays.
Bexhill swimming pool
Wednesdays 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm swim school Indoor Pool (25.0m) for children from 5 months upwards.
Call 01424 731508 for more information.
Hastings Swimming pool
At Summerfields they follow the British Gas Learn to Swim Pathway, and offer a variety of structured lessons from those aged 6 weeks and above. these classes are held every weekday so are very flexible.
Call 01424 457691 for more information.
My life as a courgette
A fantastic animated drama for both adults and children to enjoy.
Friday 23rd 4pm till 7pm
43-49 Norman Road
St Leonards on Sea
St Leonards Festival returns this summer, as Hastings Borough Council collaborates with London-based creatives 111 Collectiff, for the second year running, to bring the town an electrifying mix of art, theatre, music and community events.
This year’s festival will take place on Friday, June 30 (evening only) and Saturday July 1 (all day), with activity taking place all over town, to ensure wide reach and a boost for local communities and businesses.
This year’s theme of ‘Invention/REInvention’ asks the town to think outside the box and celebrate its unique assets.
This year will see an innovative and exciting festival, with art at the heart of the community, showcasing local talent and nurturing new performers and artists.
The community strong festival will embed street arts and spread activity around town, moving the performers and audiences away from the “big stage” approach that may deter some fledgling performers from participating.
Now with art literally on the doorstep and professionals Cheek By Jowl with amateur performers, the team hope to promote and facilitate increased participation, inspiring creative interpretation of the town’s heritage and celebrate its diverse communities.
A major highlight promises to be the new ‘Beach Zone’, offering children’s activities, entertainment and music on the promenade and beach below Warrior Square.
St Leonards Dog Show
A major hit last year, will also return to the Lower Gardens. A bigger than ever Kings Road market will this year feature the community stage, boasting local musical talent throughout the day on Saturday.
diddi dance offers funky preschool dance classes for boys & girls, helping to develop co-ordination, rhythm & boost confidence.