A chance to learn how to evaluate the quality of your streets and spaces from the viewpoint of the people who use them, including safety, air pollution, and ease of walking. Hosted by Hastings Green Party.
Join us on a walk through Speckled Wood and enjoy the late summer splendour of nature. This will also be an opportunity to witness the achievements of our volunteer team who work hard all year round maintaining the footpaths and bridges plus keeping the stream clear and tackling such problems as litter and Japanese knotweed. Meeting point: Ore Village Green Old London Road
Take a guided walk with Yasmin from the Hastings Fisherman’s Society to learn more about our local fishermen. Hastings is one of Britain’s oldest fishing ports. Boats have worked from the beach in front of the ancient town for over a thousand years, supplying Hastings with its basic industry and main tourist attraction. The Hastings Fishermen’s Protection Society preserves the fishing community’s medieval right to carry on using that beach – known as the Stade – for ever, free of charge. Meeting point: Stade Hall,…Continue Reading “Learn about Hastings Fishing – Guided Walk”
Take time to press pause and come into presence and connection with the other than human. There will be walking, sitting and sharing as a group and by ourselves, and I’ll be introducing some very simple exercises to open the senses. The group will include about an hours gentle walking, with plenty of space to soak up the surroundings. Please bring suitable footwear, a bag to sit on if you want and a drink and snacks. Meeting point: Park entrance, St Helen’s Wood. This is…Continue Reading “Expanding Our Awareness – Opening the senses and letting the outside in”