Materials and products
Harbor Designs started out life in 2006 as a social enterprise called Hastings and Bexhill Wood Recycling. We began by rescuing and recycling all types of wood and taking unskilled trainee craftsmen from a number of government-funded schemes. Today our workshop is in Hastings and we continue to rescue and reclaim wood to produce our […]
Warriors of Waste is a new group dedicated to tackling the issues of rubbish and recycling. We are based in St.Leonards on Sea and as such this puts us in an extra position of vulnerability as waste not correctly handled has a direct environmental impact on the ocean we live next to. We aim to […]
HFS is a local independent registered charity that provides affordable reused furniture, helps low-income households to furnish their homes, collects surplus furniture and appliances for reuse, and provides practical opportunities for people to gain skills, experience and confidence. Every year the HFS team: Collects and re-uses over 300 tonnes of furniture and electricals that would otherwise go to waste. Helps […]
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.
I am an independent washable nappy specialist who has been promoting and selling cloth nappies since 2006. I only sell nappies that I have either used on my own children or which have been rigorously tested and approved by me and my colleagues. I am passionate about reusable nappies and believe that with a high […]
Our overall objective is to improve and enhance our existing environment by achieving a better standard of design for future developments in the area. Geographically our principal interest is development within Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea, but also extends to significant issues within Bexhill, Battle, Rye and other areas of East Sussex.