Special Transition Town Hastings Events

Categories Sustainability
The SOS team have been very busy putting together a nine-day programme of events for Sustainability on Sea (SOS) 2019. 
We are now well over 60 events include craft workshops, storytelling, films, activism, beach cleans, guided walks, bike rides, woodland skills, gardening, apple pressing, energy advice, permaculture, food sharing and much more!

SOS coincides with the Global Climate Strike. From September 20-27 millions will walk out of workplaces and homes to join young climate strikers demanding an end to the age of fossil fuels. Aside from the key strike event on September 20th, you might want to take the whole week off and join some SOS events too!

Below is a selection of events organised by Transition Town Hastings and the SOS team.
Soil, society, sustenance, solutions – Supper event with Tristram Stuart, Craig Sams & Pea Pod Veg
September 28, 7–10pm / Home Ground KitchenSpeakers will be discussing issues around sustainable food production, food waste, food sovereignty and soil health.Craig Sams, co-founder and Executive Chairman of Carbon Gold Ltd, a carbon sequestration business based on the use of biochar as a soil improver.Tristram Stuart, Food Waste campaigner, founder of Feedback Global and Toast Ale, a beer launched in 2016 and made using fresh, surplus bread. Abby Nicol, grower at Pea Pod Veg organic market garden. The ticket price includes carefully prepared vegetarian and vegan small plates to be served buffet-style with a welcome drink.Book your place now £15 +booking fee
Love it or Leave it: Junior Photography Competition
FREE TO ENTER  Deadline: Tuesday 10 September A photo competition for children age 4 – 14. We want them to show us what they love about the place where they live and what they would like to leave, change or make better. Winning photos will be displayed during the festival. Prizes include a sunset wildlife trip with the Brighton Dolphin Project and an activity day with Project Rewildand a junior masterclass with photographer John Cole. http://www.sustainabilityonsea.org.uk/photo-comp/
 
Rewild Communities, Free events from Project Rewild
No booking required, just turn up.

September 21, 10am – 3pm
Free family woodland day. Church in the Wood, Hollington

Outdoor games and play, woodland crafts, nature-based activities, storytelling and lots of outdoor fun for the whole family. Event page

September 28
Robsack
 Wood – Meet at One Stop, Bodiam road – 10am -12.30pm Event page
Hollington wood (Tile Barn) below the Hollington Skate park – 2pm – 4.30pm Event pageDiscovering, protecting and enjoying our local natural space. Conservation and woodland management tasks and activities for the whole family.
Car Free Day Eversfield Place / 22 September, 12-6pm / FREE ENTRYCar Free Day is shaping up to be quite a day, albeit controversial! A unique opportunity for us to experience the seafront road ‘car free’. Includes Source ParkBMX bikes, Silly bike races with Bike Lab and Bike maintenance, Outdoor living rooms, Discussion spaces for sharing ideas about how to reimagine our daily lives, Alfresco dining and picnicking, Guerrilla gardening with recycle boxes, Star Football Academy, Yarn bombing, salsa dancing, fitness classes, kids workshops and music! Facebook event page. 
Big Green Fair, September 29, 11-4pm
Entertainment, inspiration, great food and activities for all ages.On the day you will be able to browse the stalls of the sustainable marketplace. Expect a variety of stallholders selling eco wares, food products and promoting eco services. Meet activists and campaigners with activities all framed around the them of What We Can Do. You’ll find interactive workshops in the Stade Hall and you can be inspired by and take part in the many different sustainable projects and organisations in our ‘What We can Do Big Marquee’.See event page for more, including timings of speakers and workshops
Upcycling crafts and bee hotel workshop  Ore Community Centre / September 25, 1pm – 3pm / FREE
Make small sculptures from beach combed and found objects, necklaces / bracelets from wrapped and bound scrap fabric, reclaimed wooden bee hotels. Most materials will be provided but please bring your own beach finds.
See also the crafts and sculpture upcycling workshop at 10am-12pm the same day.
 
Down to Earth film  Electric Palace Cinema / September 25, 7:15 pm / £5 (on the door)DOWN to EARTH is a mirror to humanity, a poignant and timely reflection on our civilized world. The movie invites us to see the world through the eyes of the Keepers of the Earth. It takes us on an inner journey, connecting us with the source and the mutual path we are walking. DOWN to EARTH is both a wake up call and a resurgence of hope for our world to come.https://www.downtoearthfilm.com