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FREE Recycle Swap Shop

Transition Town Hastings has organised another Recycle Swap Shop for 15 July from 10am – 1pm, alongside an energy advice cafe run by Energise Sussex Coast, some waste food demonstrations and recipes and ideas for how to store food to keep it longer from Make Food community chef

Posted 18:28 Thursday, Jun 29, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: CAN Energise Sussex Coast Interreg North West Europe Make Food Transition Town Hastings

Community energy events

Brilliant innovative ideas coming to fruition. Just a reminder of the two local community energy events that are happening in Hastings, coinciding with Community Energy Fortnight. The goal is to produce local community energy to benefit the local community.

Posted 17:05 Monday, Jun 26, 2017 In: Energy Wise Tags: Energise Sussex Coast Transition Town Hastings

The Great Get Together

On 18 June, the Transition Town team are hosting The Great Get-Together with The Big Lunch from 13:00–16:00 in Warrior Square Gardens. An event catalysed by the death of MP, Jo Cox, who believed that we humans share more similarities than differences.

Posted 14:26 Saturday, Jun 10, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Jo Cox The Big Lunch The Eden Project Transition Town Hastings

Interested in what happens to our recycled materials?

Transition Town Hastings have booked a visit to Hollingdean Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) on Friday 14 July from 10am. The presentation and tour take about two hours to complete. MRF sorts and bulks household waste from all over East Sussex. Then it’s transported onwards to recycling, recovery and disposal facilities.

Posted 09:07 In: Home Ground Tags: Hollingdean Materials Recovery Facility MRF Transition Town Hastings Veolia

Transition Town news

This Sunday (4 June) Transition Town Hastings are hosting ‘A Day To Clear Your Shed and Clear Your Head’. 11:00–15:00 at St Leonards Warrior Square railway station.

Recycle Swap Shop initiative

Members of the Transition Town Hastings Team have accomplished another of their goals by bringing the Swap Shop initiative here to the town. A brilliant idea where we can pass on the things we no longer want to other people who see our discarded items as discovered treasure – and we can search for things we do need/want.

Posted 07:07 Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: recycling Transition Town Hastings

#JaneEyreProject – a town celebrates a book

St Leonards is gearing up to fête one of our great nineteenth century novels in a unique fashion, capitalising on the wealth of artistic talent and creative skills in the area. Gail Borrow of ExploreTheArch theatre company is the catalyst who has inspired a whole community to celebrate a novel written 170 years ago.

Posted 17:15 Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Art Bewick Bobos Flowers Burtons' St Leonards Society Charlotte Bronte Claire Fletcher community Explore the Arch ExploreTheArch Gail Borrow Hastings Arts Forum Jane Eyre Jane Eyre Project Love Café Mr Rochester Paul Beadle Peter Quinnell St Leonards The Links Project The Wine Shed theatre trail Transition Town Hastings Vladimir Miller Who's Wearing What

Council urged to start food waste recycling

Hastings Green Party has launched a Change petition calling for Hastings Borough Council to add food waste to their list of collectible and recyclable materials. Why? The move would cut down on the amount of waste material sent to landfill, reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfilled food waste, provide a useful source of compost and potentially – via anaerobic digestion – a source of energy, plus reduce mess on our streets caused by gulls tearing open rubbish bags containing food. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 17:41 Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016 In: Energy Wise Tags: anaerobic digestion food waste collection and recycling Hastings Green Party Judy Scott Karen Simnett Love Food Hate Waste The Waste And Resources Action Programme Transition Town Hastings WRAP
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