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25th September 2014

A hearty breakfast with the business community

The Hastings Centre hosted the Chamber of Commerce breakfast this morning, with dozens of members of the local business community turning out to hear from local MP Amber Rudd. Amber spoke about her new role in Government and, relatedly, renewable energy and climate change, before answering questions about Scotland, nuclear energy, local transport and her own personal political aspirations.

Local business managers had the opportunity to meet together and network over a scrumptious breakfast prepared by the Hastings Centre’s in-house catering team. It included fresh fruit platters, tasty Danish pastries and smoked bacon in ciabatta.

The hearty breakfast was followed not only by a brief talk from the Hastings & Rye MP, but we also received an update on the rebuilding of Hastings Pier and information about a fund-raising opportunity for St Michael’s Hospice.

“This morning's breakfast was really successful,” said Stuart Clark, Hastings Centre manager. “It was a great opportunity for the community not only to discuss important issues, but to see what we're offering and display the hospitality which has given us a good name in Hastings.”

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