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The pond where the storage tanks used to be Photo Anton Hack

Woodland walking with Heart of Hastings

The Heart of Hastings warmly invites you to a guided woodland walk around the old power station site in Ore on Saturday 16 June from 10am. People will be on hand to inform you about the ecology and history of the area, as well as Heart of Hastings’ plans for the site. Environment and Outreach co-ordinator for Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust – and also the guide for the walk, Anton Hack writes.

Visitors of any age are welcome, but please note that no under 16s will be admitted alone, and there are difficult – and probably wet – areas of terrain to walk over, so please bring appropriate footwear. Dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a short lead to follow site requirements.

To sign up and for details, visit: Woodland Walk.

Where to go?

This map shows the power station site highlighted in red and the adjacent woodland to the south in green and white.

Ore Valley - power site & woodland

Ore Valley – power site & woodland

Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust Limited is a community benefit society. For more information, visit Heart of Hastings’ Facebook page, including details of all events and Heart of Hastings’ website.

A dragonfly, posing for photo at the site this week

A dragonfly, posing for a photo at the site this week Photo Anton Hack

Posted 17:05 Wednesday, Jun 13, 2018 In: Nature

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  1. Anton Hack

    Thank you to HOT for publicising this. The Heart of Hastings has pencilled in a series of similar events called ‘How Green is Ore Valley’ for the following dates;

    July 7th and 28th, August 11th and 25th, September 8th and 22nd and October 6th. Most will be on a Saturday at either 10 or 12am.

    If you are interested in registering for any of these dates, please email anton@heartofhastings.org.uk so that I can confirm dates and times.

    These events will cater for Under 16s as well as adults and are supported by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery awarding funds from Postcode Lottery Trust.

    Comment by Anton Hack — Sunday, Jun 17, 2018 @ 20:20

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