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The links are listed from A to Z.

 

We only list links for organisations, individuals and groups that we have worked with, an association with or located in the local area of Sussex.

 

Be part of our project to restore this fabulous 1930's greenhouse to create a key educational and leisure resource within our community.
Based in East Sussex Anna is an experienced community gardener and permaculture designer. She is a fully qualified permaculture teacher, facilitating workshops and courses.
Better Braybrooke first met in 1996 as a group of residents and became a registered charity in 1998. Membership is open to residents of Braybrooke Ward.
Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with spectacular views over the Sussex Weald and the Ouse Valley, Borde Hill’s grounds extend to over 200 acres across the garden, woodland and parkland.
We have one of Carol's pieces in the garden.Carol Peace studied sculpture at Winchester School of Art and drawing at The Prince’s Drawing School. She has obtained numerous commissions both public and private and solo shows in London, Athens, Zurich, France, Spain and Holland. In 2007 she co-founded the Bristol Drawing School.
Good Food for All is a fundamental human right! The belief that good food for all is a fundamental human right is the overarching mission statement of the Community Chef. Robin attended our Apple and Pumpkin Festival October 2016.
Hahahopscotch loves searching out the best of children’s play from the past and bringing it to life for our 21st century urchins. It’s about sack races, marbles, conkers, chalkdust, having a go and big big grins.
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery is a family-friendly museum with amazingly diverse collections. There really is something for everyone here! The Museum was established over 120 years ago and has always offered local people and visitors to the town the opportunity to explore art, culture and history from around the world. The Museum's collections continue to grow and it now has around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine & decorative arts, and world cultures.
Each month we explore the beautiful woodlands and open spaces in and around this area, a wealth of natural habitats with fantastic vistas and spectacular wildlife. The aim of this group is to nurture connection and create community. Walking, talking and spending time in nature allows us a moment's rest, to breathe and let go.
Mallydams Wood is a well established wildlife rehabilitation centre, education centre and woodland nature reserve in the South East of England, covering Kent, Sussex and Hampshire.
The Pocket Park is a wildlife and community growing project, located off Hughenden Road in Hastings. Open to all it is a place to play, grow and have fun!
1066.net is a local web site for 1066 Country
Sussex Gardens Trust (SGT) is a charity committed to the protection, conservation, and evolution of garden heritage in Sussex
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Carries out practical conservation tasks in Hastings & Rother. Minibus transport is provided from TCV's Hastings Office. For more information please contact Tim Hills on 01424 444 675 or volunteer-sussex@tcv.org.uk
A collective of local parents who believe in the power of creative and explorative early childhood experiences.
Hastings and St Leonards Transition Town was set up with the intention of creating a more connected, healthier and self-sufficient community.
Walled kitchen gardens are an important part of our history, yet are now largely neglected and little understood. For centuries, most large country houses had a walled kitchen garden. They were highly productive places, supplying food, herbs and flowers for the family, staff and guests of the big house.
The company installed a KL2 Waterless Toilet with disability access - July 2014