Tomorrow afternoon, Tuesday 22nd August, if you're free, please do join the Old Hastings Preservation Society (OHPS) for their regular Tuesday walking tour of Hastings Old Town, the "premier ancient Cinque Port." They'll be meeting up by the top of the West Hill lift at 2.30pm. The old town halunteer guide will be leading the walk, which shall proceed gently downhill, but, do be careful, because there are steps to manage during the walk. The walk will last about 2 hours and is provided free of charge, though, obviously, the OHPS would be very grateful for all donations given, many thanks, see their website.
It's worth wearing comfortable walking shoes, obviously, and the forecast suggests reasonable weather, so do enjoy the afternoon!
Then, during the evening starting at 9pm, will be the regular Tuesday music played by the Tune Raiders at the Dolphin Inn, 11-12 Rock-a-Nore Road, TN34 3DW. They play non-vocal Irish folk music, mainly, what is know locally as 'fiddly dee' music, or is that 'diddly dee?' Of course, we all know that Hastings has a wealth of free music venues to visit on most days, so it's always well worth a wander round town, particularly the old town to seek out live music. Enjoy your evening too!