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Greenway folk and others get ready for fresh campaigning

Walking, cycling and other forms of sustainable locomotion are in focus as Hastings Greenway Group holds its agm and calls for the reinstatement of £3m diverted by the county council from walking and cycling purposes, and a meeting is called to set up a local branch of the Living Streets movement. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 17:10 Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020 In: Campaigns Tags: Community Speedwatch ESCC Green Party Greenway Living Streets Nick Terdre Queensway Gateway Ramblers Transition Town
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Transition Town Hastings news

Transition Town Hastings currently have a membership of 275 people and a host of ideas and initiatives including the community garden at Warrior Square Station, recycling, takeaway food packaging, food waste, sewage, water, keeping the town clean, strengthening the local economy, energy and dependence on fossil fuels. Here’s their latest news.

Posted 16:17 Wednesday, Feb 8, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: 10:10 Big Energy Saving Network Energy Advice Clinics Green Drinks HBC Draft Corporate Plan St Leonards Warrior Square community garden sustainable transport forum takeaway food packaging town centre greenway walk Transition Town Will Stevens

Transition at Warrior Square Station

The work of the Transition Town Hastings’ team is blossoming and flourishing at Warrior Square Station. In a relatively short time, they’ve transformed the gardens by the platform, giving the whole area some TLC. Ongoing work – and here’s the dates for when they’re next meeting for gardening and talking, tea and biscuits – and what’s needed to help progress the project. Zelly Restorick reports.

Photo by ZR

Transition Town Hastings re-launch

With Hastings and St Leonards visibly growing in confidence, the re-started Transition Town Hastings would like to know your thoughts and visions on where you see our town’s future in the areas of: the local economy, housing, waste & recycling, food, sustainable transport and energy.

Posted 08:58 Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: Chris Rowland Community Fruit and Veg Project Hastings and Bexhill Recycling Project Ovesco Energy Transition Town Transition Town Hastings Transition Town Lewes
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