Do you know some important events that are missing
from the Hastings Chronicle? Do you think some of the stories
you have read need adding to, or amending? Henry Ford maybe went
a little too far in complaining that 'History is more or less
bunk', but Iain MacLeod was right when he said 'History is too
serious to be left to historians'. So please feel free to send
any comments or any new entries for any relevant section - email
them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send material as an attachment, either from Windows Notepad,
or from Word saved as 'plain text'. Keep things as brief as possible.
There is no guarantee that everything will be added (that depends
on time and space), and it may be edited first.
The Hastings Chronicle has been created and written
by Hastings author and local historian Steve
Peak, with much help from Hastings Reference Library. The
mechanic who set up and looks after the website is Andrew Walker,
who may be able to help you - email@example.com
Steve has been collecting the history material for many years, but has only been able to make a limited amount available so far. If you would like to see more of these stories, and you have been happy with what you have seen of the Chronicle so far, it would be good if you could send Steve a donation to help him cover his costs - past, present and future. You could have your name on a published list of sponsors, if you would like other people to know.
If you would like a print of any of the Chronicle, contact Steve for pricing.
Advertising space is available. The word ‘Hastings’ is known around the world because of the international significance of that scuffle in 1066, so advertising on this site could reach a global market.
All pages are copyright Steve Peak 2010,
unless a note says otherwise.