The second monthly Green Market at Tommy’s will see local traders selling sustainably made and low waste products. From plastic free toiletries, recycled and organic cotton clothing to vegan treats. To take place in the courtyard at Tommy’s Pizzeria from 10am–1pm. We will have recycling collection points for the following items: – Torn tights and hosiery – to be sent to Swedish Stockings to recycle – Broken inflatables – to be sent to Wyatt & Jack to be made into bags and accessories – Small…Continue Reading “Norman Goes Green – Green Market at Tommy’s Pizzeria”

A special Sunday at Holy Trinity Hastings focused on sustainability. Holy Trinity Hastings (HTH) hosts two informal services each Sunday; The 9.30 and The 11.15. Both services will be focused on the theme of sustainability, through musical worship, practical teaching, and prayer. We will be looking at what God and the Bible have to say to us in the 21st Century about preserving the environment and caring for all the natural world. If you’d like to know what the church community is doing practically to…Continue Reading “Sustainability Sunday”

For any help or advice with your energy and water bills come along to Energise Sussex Coast’s pop up energy advice desk in the Contact Centre in Hastings Town Hall  (the entrance is opposite the entrance to Priory Meadow Shopping Centre). We can help you: Switch to a cheaper provider. Sort out any problems with your current provider. Check whether you are entitled to the Warm Home Discount and other grants. Remember to bring along your recent bills and if possible a meter reading. Accessible…Continue Reading “Energy Advice Drop in”

Experience how gardening was done in the 1930s, visit the last remaining greenhouse and experience Hastings horticultural history. Alexandra Park Greenhouse Group are seeking funding to restore the 30 m. 1934 greenhouse in Alexandra Park. The group will explain their plans for the building, take on board community ideas and talk through the restoration and gardening work already undertaken by volunteers. Children will have an opportunity to plant seeds to take home. open-to-the-public child-friendly accessible-venue

Washable Nappy Demo. Information session on how to use modern cloth nappies, how much money you save and the difference between different brands and styles. Disposable nappies are a single use plastic and each baby will use between 4000 – 6000 nappies. Switching to washable nappies is actually very easy and will save parents £100s. Juliet has been running her company for 12 years and has a wealth of experience.

Every Friday you can join Art on Prescription for wellbeing taster sessions. including painting, dance, singing, clay, printmaking, photography and creative writing. Booking is via a GP referral or by emailing Accessible venue

Sustainabilty on Sea Workshop

A FREE workshop to learn how to use materials to make lovely items for your home. Using materials learn how to make items such as cushions for around your home. Have fun, be creative and meet others. No previous experience needed, open to all abilities. To book please contact Michelle on 01424 423683 ext 33 or email

Imagine the seafront road with no traffic! Car Free Day is a global event which invites towns and cities to experience the streets of their towns free of cars. Hastings’s first-ever Car Free Day celebration will take place on a stretch of the seafront road from Warrior Square Gardens to the White Rock Theatre (Eversfield Place to Verulam Place). It will be an opportunity for the community to come together and celebrate this recognised day, as well as sustainable forms of transport. A range of…Continue Reading “Hastings Car Free Day Street Party”

Home Ground Kitchen

A Pay What You Can supper club using only surplus food from local sources. Tackling food waste and climate change is a topic high on all our agendas. Now you can combine it with an evening socialising with neighbours, supporting a grassroots project and eating delicious food. Welcome to the first instalment of Home Ground Kitchen’s fully surplus supper club, using ingredients saved from landfill to produce three courses of tasty delights. HGK’s goal is to bring our community together through food and this Pay…Continue Reading “Surplus Supper Club”