Transition town and community events

Aug
21
Wed
2019
Green Drinks, August 2019
Aug 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Green Drinks, August 2019 @ On the beach at the end of Sea Road, opposite Marina Fountain.

Green Drinks hits the beach! (weather permitting)
We will gather on the beach in West St Leonards, near the end of the Sea Road and if the weather is bad we will congregate over the road in the Marina Fountain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/629066090947755/

Sep
21
Sat
2019
Sustainability on Sea micro festival
Sep 21 – Sep 29 all-day
Sustainability on Sea micro festival @ Various

The Sustainability on Sea (SOS) festival acts as a showcase for local projects inspiring local residents, young and old, to learn, explore and try the latest in all things environmentally friendly, whilst also having fun.

The festival will take place between Saturday 21st–Sunday 29th September 2019, tying in nicely with World Car Free Day (Sep 22) and culminating with an all-day Big Green Fair on the 29th. The Green Fair will have stall holders, information stands, talks, activities for children and entertainment.

The theme this year will be What we can do, encouraging everyone to live more sustainably, in small or big ways.

We invite you to take part in one or all of the following ways:

  • Volunteer your time to help the festival team plan and run the festival.
  • Take part as an organisation, school, community group, church group, local project or business. Plan an activity that we can add to our programme.
  • Add an event or activity to the programme that you know is already happening.
  • Sign up as a stallholder, information stand or activity for the Big Green Fair.
  • Let us know of any burning ideas that you would like to try out as part of the festival.

How to get in touch

info@sustainabilityonsea.org.uk

SOS is a Transition Town Hastings project in partnership with Hastings Furniture Service, Energise Sussex Coast and the Bexhill and Hastings United Nations Association.

Visit the website to see last year’s programme and to find out more.

www.sustainabilityonsea.org.uk