FAMOUSLY HASTINGS

www.famouslyhastings.com shines a light on everyday life in our unique corner of South East England. October 14 was the day in 1066 when King Harold lost the Battle of Hastings. William Duke of Normandy claimed the crown and changed the way England was governed forever.


HASTINGS FESTIVALS

www.hastingsfestivals.com -  a dedicated website to the Festivals of Hastings. The Herring Fair is a free event held in a marquee on the Stade. Come and celebrate this undervalued but seriously versatile fish. The Fair includes live music, cooking demos, beer festival, kid’s activities and a ceilidh.


TRIPADVISOR

2016 really is the year to visit Hastings & 1066 Country and, most specifically, the towns of Hastings & Battle (where the battlefield lies). A series of events throughout the year will build to a six week crescendo of cultural events in September/October 2016.
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1066 COUNTRY

www.visit1066country.com - Official tourism website for Hastings & 1066 Country.
With the spectacular combination of coast and countryside that's scattered with relics and ruins from the past, 1066 Country is the kind of place where you don't just learn about history, you live it.



We take pride in supplying our bread to a fine selection of cafes, restaurants, delicatessens and pubs. We highly recommend you visit our stockists, if not just for our bread, then to sample the great food and drinks that they offer! 


COME AND SEE US IN 2016 AT THE FOLLOWING FAIRS AND FESTIVALS

Wealden Times Midsummer Fair 8th/9th/10th June 2017

Hastings Midsummer Fish & Wine Festival 8th/9th July 2017

Pevensey Castle Wealden food and wine Festival To be confirmed. 

Hastings Seafood & wine Festival 16th/17th September 2017

Hastings Herring Fair November 18th/19th November 2017

Wealden Midwinter Fair To be confirmed.