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Hastings to celebrate its first-ever Car Free Day

Seafront road closure planned for community street party, marking the start of Sustainability on Sea 2019! A stretch of Hastings seafront from Warrior Square gardens to the pier will be closed to traffic on Sunday 22 September to mark World Car Free Day.

Posted 14:42 Wednesday, Sep 18, 2019 In: The HOT Planet Tags: Car Free Day Sarah Macbeth United Nations Climate Action Summit

Car Free Day: Volunteers needed!

Car Free Day is part of Sustainability on Sea (SOS) in Hastings and St Leonards on Sea. Taking place on 22 September, your help and support is needed on the day. 

Posted 23:11 Saturday, Sep 14, 2019 In: The HOT Planet Tags: Car Free Day Sarah Macbeth Sustainability on Sea

Climate Change, The Anthropocene and Language

What is our relationship to animals, language and writing in a time of mass extinction? Are animals talking to us? How is writing adapting to dramatic environmental change? You are invited by Transition Town Hastings and Energise Sussex Coast to an evening of readings and conversation with writers, Nicholas Royle and Alex Lockwood, plus optional vegan dinner.

Posted 09:59 Saturday, Nov 4, 2017 In: Energy Wise Tags: A Pig In Thin Air Sarah Macbeth Transition Town Hastings

Funding opp for Hastings & St Leonards

Recently, local graphic designer, Sarah Macbeth, posted details online via Hastings Creatives of a funding opportunity seen as “a challenge to communities to work together to put culture at the centre of their local plans”. “Could be good for Hastings and St Leonards?”, Sarah wonders. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 19:09 Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016 In: Home Ground Tags: Ace Arts Council England Heritage Lottery Fund Sarah Macbeth

Local artists celebrate the end of BP Tate sponsorship

A group of local artists called HEART (Hastings Environmental Artist Response Team) has issued a statement hailing the end of oil giant BP’s twenty-six year sponsorship of two of Britain’s most iconic art galleries, and calling for other institutions, local and national, to sever their links with the fossil fuel industries.

Posted 16:40 Wednesday, Mar 16, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: Beccy Mccray BP Britain Erica Smith Fossil fuel divestment Modern Sarah Macbeth Tate
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