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Not to be confused with Hastings Week, 12th - 20th OCTOBER 2013
This programme is published in good faith, the organisers regret
if any item is withdrawn or cancelled due to circumstances beyond their control
|Exhibitions & Events throughout the week|
Old Town Hall Museum, High
Stables Art Gallery
Exhibitions & Events throughout the week
You can also view an exhibition in the Gwen Watford
(Long) Gallery about the history of the Theatre and
how the building was saved by the Old Hastings
Preservation Society. Pick up a copy of ‘What’s On’
with details of our future productions.
Admission free, donations welcome to OHPS.
St. Clements Church
One of the gems of our Old Town is the Parish
Church of St Clement which has completed a
major restoration and reordering this year. St Clements was built on land given by Alan
the Cheesemonger and his wife Alice to the
Abbey of Fecamp, although this is the second
church on the site; the first destroyed by flood
and the French.
Since 1380 when it was begun, the Church
has seen many changes but it remains as an
important record of the town’s history, a peaceful
place of worship and now as a venue for concerts
and all sorts of great community events.
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