If not come and have a look, it is beautiful. As our work on The Clean Seas Please campaign progress, so does the steps to ensure the bathing water quality at Hastings beach. Come and take a look and tell us what you think. We think it is amazing. Hastings Beach does have […]
Since 2013 Hastings Borough Council, Rother District Council, Eastbourne District Council and Wealden District Council have been working in partnership to improve the environment as well as to save money. All households has been distributed with correct bins for correct wastage to encourage people to recycle. This video shows how the recycling is collected, separated […]
BEACH CLEAN! Hastings Blue Reef Aquarium is appealing for volunteers to take part in a beach clean tomorrow morning/early afternoon. Staff from Blue Reef have organised the event for Thursday, October 9th on the stretch of beach beside the aquarium and they’re hoping to attract a large number of local people to come along and give […]
Thank you to everyone who made time to stop by for a cookie and a chat at this weekends Hastings Seafood and Wine Festival. The Festival, was like always packed with loads of interesting stalls and the public was great. Hope to see you at The Herring Festival on the 1-2 November 2014!! LETS KEEP […]
A huge thank you to everyone who took time out of their bank holiday weekend to come and see us at the Clean Seas Please Event last Friday 22 August. It was lovely to see so many kids enjoying themselves making jelly fish kites, kites made of baby wipes and fish made out of paper […]
Clean Seas Please Free Family Fun Day – Friday 22nd August Need something to do on Friday 22nd August between 10.00 and 3.00? Come along to the Stade Open Space where the Clean Seas Please crew are joining up with the Southern Water roadshow, Radiator Arts, Hastings Borough Council Play activities for lots of FREE […]
Rubbish into Art! Radiators Arts themed their summer arts project around Clean Seas Please this year. The young people attending the Arts Clubbers group first collected rubbish from the beach and using this, along with some recycled rubbish produced the collection of fearsome sea creatures so can see below.