Beack clean

Part of the annual Great British Beach Clean Look for the MCS flags and branded tablecloth. Everyone is welcome and under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. We would like to take photos on the day so please let me know if you do no wish to be photographed. Wear suitable footwear and dress for the weather! Please register for the event so I know how much equipment to bring. All equipment will be provided. If you have any queries on the day please…Continue Reading “Beachwatch event – Hastings nr Crazy Golf”

Photography exhibition of the Hastings Fishing Community. This exhibition by John Cole is a photographic portrayal from the 1990s to the present of the men and women of Britain’s oldest beach-launched fishing community here in Hastings. This exhibition runs beyond the festival dates from 15 June to 27 October 2019.

CLIMATE CHANGE, the reality we face. Global warming, the Arctic and Antarctic ice melting, glaciers melting, rising sea levels, ocean acidification, coral bleaching, climate refugees and mass migrations, eroding soils and land desertification, food security, poorer communities and water shortages, extreme weather, flooding and droughts and marine pollution. At this event, we will address these issues. We will watch a short UNESCO film and documentary showing some of these catastrophic consequences for the environment, local communities, societies and economies. We will watch real testimonies of…Continue Reading “Our Sustainable Planet”

Bringing the festival to a close is the Big Green Fair; a day-long event that will take over the Shipwreck Museum, Stade Hall and in a marquee on the Stade Open Space. Inspiration, marketplace, workshops, speakers and activities for all ages. All areas are undercover! 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…Continue Reading “Big Green Fair at the Stade, Hastings”