Health and Happiness
Alexandra Park Greenhouse Group sell plants nurtured in the greenhouse and with the support of local businesses, repairs have been carried out, borders restored, railings erected and cold frames built. Supermarket funding has enabled the group to commission restoration of most of the upper ironwork. Funding is currently being sought for repairs to the teak […]
If you are interested in becoming a beekeeper, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We provide our members with support, education opportunities, legal guidance, insurance and a range of social activities As beekeepers we love our hobby – for some it is a business, to most it is a pastime for the care of honeybees and […]
Hastings Urban Bikes (HUB) is a voluntary, community-based group promoting cycling in Hastings and St Leonards.HUB campaigns for better cycling provision in our town and organises practical activities like rides, festivals and training.
We are an independent charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged children the literacy skills they need to succeed. We work to improve the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK’s poorest communities, where one in three people have literacy problems. Because low literacy is intergenerational, we focus our work on families, young people and […]
Project Rewild has been set up to reintroduce children back into a habitat from which they have almost completely disappeared – outdoors. We want to inspire children to climb trees in the woods, to run in wild meadows, explore rockpools along the shore, scramble over rocks, splash in muddy puddles, paddle in streams, pick wild […]
The Hastings Greenway Project is an innovative network of linked almost traffic-free routes, that everyone can enjoy for leisure, amenity and utility walking, as well as cycling. Starting at Hastings Town Centre the Greenway will run 10 miles to Ore, Silverhill, Hollington & Mayfield and the Conquest Hospital. What is a Greenway? A Greenway is […]
Coffin Club Hastings was the first club to set up in the UK, in 2017. Since that time, it has gone from strength-to-strength with its membership increasing and a separate social group of ex-clubbers also thriving. Coffin Club Hastings runs in six-week blocks. It is a safe space to come and learn about all the […]
The Bohemia Walled Garden Association was formed in 2009 in order to bring the Victorian Walled Garden in Summerfields back into active use for horticulture and associated educational and cultural activities. The Management Committee submits its annual report and financial statement for the Bohemia Walled Garden Association (BWGA) for each year ending 31st December. The garden is owned […]
Set in one of Hastings’ most handsome Regency buildings, The Wellington Health & Wellbeing Centre is one of Sussex’s finest venues for wellness. The welcoming centre offers a holistic approach to wellbeing, bringing together a team of top practitioners to offer a wide choice of complementary alternative therapies, fitness, beauty treatments and more. The Centre […]
FSN was founded in 1939 for the purpose of looking after disadvantaged children, especially orphans. Over a period of 46 years, FSN opened 8 children’s homes and thousands of children passed through its doors. By the 1970’s, changes were taking place in children’s services, and by 1985, all of the homes were closed. However, faced […]
It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock, every Saturday at 9:00am. The event takes place at Seaside Road, Hastings, TN38 0AG. See Course page for more details. What does it cost to join in? Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. […]
People who like to swim in the sea in Hastings & St Leonards. No single regular activity at a set time or day of the week. Relies on posts from most active individuals to advertise days, times and locations. Just join if you want to find out who is doing what, where and when. The […]
Orchard trees were planted by Brighton Permaculture Trust (Stepfan and Robbie); HBC Officers Chris Wilken and Nick Hennessy; and TCV members Alex and Owen on Sunday 21st February 2021. The group plans to develop a local species, wildflower meadow and wildlife-friendly creative activities.