The Trinity Triangle High Street Heritage Action Zone is a four year regeneration programme supported by Historic England.
The funding programme is designed to breathe new life into a historic part of Hastings town centre: the Trinity Triangle and America Ground. These areas of Hastings are rich in history and built heritage.
They are home to the story of the America Ground rebels, Victorian and Edwardian buildings, the iconic Observer Building and the beautifully renovated library. The residents of the area are diverse and it is home to many small, independent businesses and a growing number of creative people live and work in the area.
Over four years, local organisations including community groups, businesses and local government, will work in partnership to deliver a wide variety of projects.
The projects will encourage participation by the local community. We will celebrate people’s ideas, help them to shape the places they live and work, and promote stories about this special, historic neighbourhood.
We are also providing grants and projects to protect and improve the area’s buildings and heritage for the future.
You can get involved in a wide range of activities from restoring and transforming historic buildings to cultural events and training in heritage knowledge and skills.
Heart of Hastings and our partners in the Trinity Triangle Heritage Action Zone are committed to community-led regeneration
We will be informed by your voices, the voices of the residents and users of the Trinity Triangle area. There will be many opportunities to let us know what you think over the next four years.
Please take a moment to tell us your opinions, send photos of areas you think need improvement, and tell us how you feel about the Trinity Triangle as it is today.
About our website and archive
On this website, and our community-created archive, you can browse through photos, memories, and stories about the Trinity Triangle, Hastings.
The website and archive are maintained by Heritage Steward volunteers. We’re always interested in new recruits, so please contact us to get involved.
Contributing to the site
You can add a comment about anything on the website by clicking on the ‘Add a comment’ link at the bottom of each page. You can also submit your own photos, stories or information to the site by using our contribution form.