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Stonelynk Organics

Town Grown: A local food growers network

Town Grown aims to create a food growers network to stimulate food growing and empower people to grow more food at home and on their allotments.

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Hastings Community Composting

Working towards installing community compost bins in Hastings & St. Leonards so that those of us without a suitable garden or allotment are able to recycle our compostable food waste.

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The Green Room

A physical space to grow a network of organisations, communities and individuals working for climate and the environment.

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Hastings Green Pages

Our directory of local, businesses, practices and campaigns with a strong focus on sustainability.

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from Hastings Green Pages

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Ore Community Land Trust

Ore Community Land Trust seeks to protect land in the Upper Ore Valley to save and enhance urban woodland and green space for community use and to protect animal habitat.…
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Farmers and Community Markets

Country Markets are held weekly in a variety of venues in cities, towns and villages and Producers also participate in Farmers’ Markets, Town Markets, County Agricultural and specialist food shows.…

Sussex Wild Food Co

Locally sourced wild game, some free range pork sausages – not in market June to September as low season.
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Church Wood Community Orchard

In 2021 12 apple trees were planted. We are developing a local species wild flower meadow for pollinators. We hope the orchard will be a local resource for local residents…
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Parchment Trust

Parchment Trust Limited is a registered charity, founded in 1993 to serve people with learning and physical disabilities in East Sussex. The Trust provides services that respond to individual needs,…

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