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Around and about XV

A blog by HOT’s Zelly Restorick and what has crossed her path in the past week.

This morning, I read an email from Global Citizen about

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A still from the film Seeds of Freedom

Food for thought

Sustainable, indigenous farming versus a multinational commercialised agricultural system. What are the human consequences? And the remedies? Hastings Against War has united with Hastings and District Interfaith Forum to organise

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#Enough!, a campaign to abolish war, will be launched on the International Day of Peace, the 21st of September 2015

Our Journey To Smile

Local peace activist, Maya Evans, is involved with the Afghan Peace Volunteers – and the group have recently sent out an email to supporters about an

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HOW DEGRADING

How degrading!

Every year, I post this poster from The Green Blue, telling us how long it takes our rubbish to bio-degrade, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. A friend and

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Co-wheels - a new idea for car-sharing

Local car club agreed in principle

Many of us can drive, but we don’t own cars, writes Barbara Rogers. I have been in contact with Co-wheels, a car club,

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Combe Haven Valley - minus roadworks (Photo Oliver Tookey, I think!)

Puzzling over planning and protection

Puzzled about planning? I know I am, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. Earlier today, I received a press release from the Combe Haven Defenders (one

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Arab stallion Photo from Findwallpaper.info

Brian’s ride to London

A poignant true story for horse lovers everywhere! Waiting at the hospital a few weeks ago, HOT’s Zelly Restorick admired the jaunty tartan trousers of the

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Graffiti on the sea wall at St Leonards, now mostly covered by pebbles

Urgent national road policy consultation

According to the Campaign for Better Transport, the government plans to spend £30bn on building 190 new roads nationwide. If you think it’s not the

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