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Whether you have an interview or just want to talk to us, here are some key contacts for you.

Bexhill:

Recruitment hotline: 01424 735735 extension 8924

Newmarket:

Recruitment hotline: 01424 735735 extension 8924

Leicester:

Recruitment hotline: 01424 735735 extension 8924

Bexhill

About Hastings in BexhillOur head office is in sunny Bexhill-on-Sea. OK, it’s not sunny all the time, but we try our best to make sure it’s a fun, friendly place to work with great facilities including an on-site restaurant serving delicious food and Costa coffees! We’re one of the top three employers in East Sussex, the biggest in Bexhill and we hope, the region’s best.

Find us at:
Conquest House, Collington Avenue, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN39 3LW. There's limited parking at and around the office.

By train:
The Southern service (Network South-central) stops at the Collington railway station. From the railway station, you can walk (five minutes) to our office.

By bus:
From Eastbourne, St. Leonards or Hastings, you can take the Wave99 service, which stops just down the road from our office. Alternatively, if you fancy a bit of exercise, you can take the 98 service and get off near the town hall and walk (twenty minutes). View bus route

Newmarket

Sarah's career at HastingsWe’re one of the largest employers in Newmarket, with a reputation for doing our bit in the local community.

As part of our Helping Hands scheme we’ve supported local charities as well as sponsoring Newmarket Town football team and the occasional horse race at the town’s famous race course.

Find us at:
Rosalind Franklin House, Oaks Business Park, Fordham Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7XN - there is limited parking at and around the office location.

By train:
The Great Anglia service stops at the Newmarket railway station. From the railway station, it's a thirty minute walk to our office, or you can take the local bus service.

By bus:
From the town centre, you can take bus number 10A which will stop directly outside our office. Please check the route and timings at the bus depot. View bus route

Leicester

Sarah's career at HastingsWe have ambitious plans for Leicester and have set up our third home there! To help us achieve our plans, we need you.
Our brand new open plan offices are bright and colourful and if you’re not having a meeting in one of our indoor beach huts, you can take five and enjoy our games area! It’s a great place to work and if you want to join us on our journey in Leicester, make sure you apply.

Find us at:
1st Floor, 1 St George’s Way, Leicester, LE1 1AA.

By train:
Our office is round the corner from the train station (by Premier Inn).

By bus:
There are buses that run locally to and from the office. It's also a short walk from the city centre bus station.

About Bexhill

Nestling between Eastbourne and Hastings, the town of Bexhill-on-Sea(Bexhill) is set in magnificent countryside, , surrounded by castles, historic attractions and places of interest. Bexhill was voted the third best seaside town to live in a 2007 national survey. With its Victorian and Edwardian architecture, it’s said that Bexhill has a strange magnetism that encourages those who leave to return – and those who visit to stay.

Things to do in Bexhill

Bexhill-on-Sea has a considerable number of things to see and do. The world famous De La Warr Pavilion also lies along the seafront and offers an excellent arts programme throughout the year. There’s also the Motoring Heritage Centre, the Museum of Costume and Social History and the Bexhill Museum which houses items as diverse as dinosaur skeletons and artefacts from India and Africa. If you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of life, Egerton Park can offer the peace, solace and relaxation required. Or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can try out the boating lake, tennis courts or indoor bowling centre. Children will love the adventure playground with its zip-wire, climbing tree house and sand play area.

Bexhill boasts two of the best golf courses in East Sussex – the Cooden Beach Golf Course and Highwoods. There are also many interesting shops, cafés and restaurants to be found in the town, where many of the buildings date from the18th century.

About Newmarket

Situated in the county of Suffolk, Newmarket is famous throughout the world as the home of horse racing .The town is home to two of the most advanced equine hospitals in the world, and served by a large staff of vets and equine specialists.

Things to do in Newmarket

As well as 5,000 thoroughbred horses, Newmarket is home to two racecourses, 52 stud farms, 75 licensed trainers, The Jockey Club, and Tattersalls, the largest equine auction house in Europe.

Newmarket has various wonderful quirks such as horse walks, horse traffic lights and a horse training ground that runs right into the town centre. You can watch the horses and jockeys go to training here, or even catch a glimpse of some celebrity owners!

A trip to one of Newmarket’s stud farms is a must to understand the day-to-day workings of the world of horseracing, and the National Horse Racing Museum will acquaint you with horseracing’s greats.

About Leicester

Leicester is a diverse and exciting cosmopolitan city with a proud history stretching back 2,000 years. It’s brimming with things to see and do, with state-of-the-art, award-winning venues including the Curve, Highcross Shopping Centre and the National Space Centre.

Set in the heart of one of England's most attractive counties, the surrounding villages and countryside are easily reachable to explore. Leicester is accessible from all across the country. It takes just 62 minutes on a fast, direct train from London.

Things to do in Leicester

Experience contemporary, inspirational shopping in Leicester or browse the markets. And once you're all shopped out, why not relax in a stylish city bar or restaurant.If you prefer a more serene atmosphere, why not visit Abbey Park, in the city centre? Enjoy exploring a Chinese garden, historical ruins, canals and boating lakes. It’s also home to fun fairs and festivals.

Abbey Pumping Station, Corporation Road, is Leicester's main industrial museum. The National Space Centre is next to it, accessed from Exploration Drive. The museum is in a 1891 Victorian pumping station – formerly used for pumping sewage to a sewage farm at Beaumont Leys for treatment.

You can delve into Leicestershire's fascinating history at Bosworth Battlefield Country Park – the site of the 1485 Battle of Bosworth.The new King Richard III Visitor Centre, opposite Leicester Cathedral, is worth a visit too. It sits where King Richard III's remains were buried for more than 500 years. Using storytelling, design and 21st century technology, visitors can discover the fascinating and moving story of the king's life and death, and one of the greatest archaeological detective stories ever told.

 

Hastings Insurance Services Limited, trading as Hastings Direct, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (register number 311492). Registered Office: Conquest House, Collington Avenue, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex TN39 3LW. Registered in England and Wales no. 3116518. Calls to Hastings will be charged at their standard rates unless it is part of your calling plan.