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Town Grown: A local food growers network

Town Grown aims to create a food growers network to stimulate food growing and empower people to grow more food at home and on their allotments.

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Hastings Community Composting

Working towards installing community compost bins in Hastings & St. Leonards so that those of us without a suitable garden or allotment are able to recycle our compostable food waste.

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The Green Room

A physical space to grow a network of organisations, communities and individuals working for climate and the environment.

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Hastings Green Pages

Our directory of local, businesses, practices and campaigns with a strong focus on sustainability.

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from Hastings Green Pages

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West St.Leonards Forum

The West St Leonards Forum has been created by local people, is a new initiative to bring together different local community interests and people to deal with the needs and…
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MCS Beach Clean

Hastings Beach – White Rock Road Beachwatch organisers There can be up to three organisers per beach section. Below will show you how many are currently signed up as one of the…
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In2play

Who are we? In2Play is a community based play and activity group for your children and you. What do we do? We provide chances for local children,  (0-13 years) and parents and…
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Printed Matter Bookshop

Independent bookshop selling new books ranging from sociology, philosophy, psychology, political science, criminology, social history, graphic novels, music, art & culture, economics, social geography, anthropology, nature, ecology, gardening, and fiction.
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Horsmonden Market

Horsmonden Farmers' Market was launched in May 2006 to encourage people to shop locally to reduce FOOD MILES and to support the local rural economy. Fri 9am - 12noon Village Green or…
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Hook and Son

Locally sourced organic grass fed milk, cream, butter, and ghee, yoghurts and labneh (Court Lodge Organic Products), eggs (Dunsters farm), honey (Wilbees Farm), potatoes (Oct – March), organic beef. Local…

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