The printed programme is hot off the press! Look out for it around town over the coming weeks or download a PDF version here. SoS_Programme_digital Download With more than 60 events and activities across 9 days the festival spans Hastings and Rother, from Winchelsea in the East to Bexhill in the west. With each event […]
The community garden at St Leonards Warrior Square, started in January 2016, is our first growing project in the area. We’re very excited to be transforming the environment around the station and getting local residents working and growing together.
Landscape architect and artist Julia Hilton created a garden design and we have received generous support from the following:
- Keepers Nursery
- Littlewoods Fencing
- Gardenscape Direct Ltd
- Bohemia Walled Garden
- Alexandra Park Greenhouse Group
- Ken Davis
- Francoise Cooper
- Pea Pod Veg
- Trinity Wholefoods
- Chris Dodwell
- Leigh Dyer
Warrior Square station garden was looking beautiful when I passed by on the train yesterday. Not enough time to run out the door and grab some leaves but lovely to see. Well done all involved. A perfect example of how a once neglected small green space can become a productive and beautiful habitat.
Adam Clamp, Hastings Environment Network
If you would like to join us for a working session please check our events calendar.
Latest garden news
We’re celebrating the completion and final installation of the seaside themed mosaic created by the community.We are having a little celebration on Saturday 24th Aug from 3-5pm in front of Warrior Square Station, come with your smiles and we will supply refreshments. If it’s raining we will be in Zoom Arts.
We’ve made a start on the community mosaic, involving local school children, Gizmos children’s club, clients from the Seaview Centre and volunteer local residents. Here are some photos to give you a flavour of how it’s looking. There is still a lot to do! Please help us complete this lovely piece of community artwork – […]