Hastings is to host a European Union seminar on Friday 7th October at St Mary in the Castle, the fantastic former church, now a thriving arts venue, on the seafront.
Attended by members of the ‘Committee of the Regions’, the event has been organised by Cllr Emily Westley, the second vice-president of the ‘NAT’ commission. Emily said :- “I was delighted to be asked to arrange this seminar, and am looking forward to welcoming delegates from across Europe to Hastings later this week. There will be presentations on Hastings over the years and the impact of the Common Fisheries Policy, and on the Hastings Fisheries Local Action Group, followed by a discussion on investment and employment in coastal towns.”
The seminar, which runs from 0900 – 1230 on Friday, is open to members of the public and the media, and you are welcome to attend, or send a representative.