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Wheels, and a grant, will help energy advice group reach residents in remoter parts

Energise Sussex Coast’s winter energy advice service has resumed. And with the aid of an Energy Caravan the group will be extending its service to out-of-town areas. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 18:10 Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019 In: Energy Wise Tags: Anton Hack Energise Sussex Coast Energy Caravan Kate Meakin Nick Terdre UK Power Networks

Nature Walk at Ore Valley

The next Heart of Hastings guided Nature Walk is this Saturday 8 September from 10am, featuring tree surgeon and artist, Jim Roseveare, story-teller and herbalist, Ben Edwards and Claire Land, Forest School Leader. Anton Hack writes.

Posted 06:08 Tuesday, Sep 4, 2018 In: Nature Tags: Anton Hack Ben Edwards Forest Schools Heart of Hastings herbalist herbs Jim Roseveare trees

Guided nature walks

Anton Hack from Heart of Hastings has organised more woodland walks in Ore Valley, involving specialists on the field of trees, herbs, foraging and birds. As you’ll see from David Young’s photos from the last walk, the area is beautiful, yet another of the hidden natural areas in this area. 

Posted 21:02 Sunday, Aug 5, 2018 In: Nature Tags: Anton Hack Heart of Hastings Ore Valley woodland walks

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.

Posted 17:05 Wednesday, Jun 13, 2018 In: Nature Tags: Anton Hack Heart of Hastings Ore Power station

Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust

The Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust is currently working on a project in the Ore Valley. The ultimate aim is to develop the former power station site (Broomgrove) for affordable housing. This also entails supporting the Hastings Greenway group, which is working hard to make key services like the Ore Valley Sussex Coast College and Ore Station much more accessible to the surrounding neighbourhoods by opening up a route through the Ore Valley, which will pass through the power station site. Environmental Site Steward and Outreach worker for Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust (Ore Valley), Anton Hack writes.

Posted 16:36 Wednesday, Apr 5, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Anton Hack Arts and affordable housing Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust Ore Station Ore Valley Ore Valley DIY Regen Ore Valley Sussex Coast College
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