We are a group of Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint, Keymer and Ditchling residents working to support a community response to climate change and shrinking supplies of cheap energy, building resilience and happiness in the process.
Why not join us? We have lots of fun, educational and creative activities, from ceilidhs, to eco fairs, talks, village markets, films and craft activities. See our Events page for more details.
Our AGM on Thursday 17 November featured inspirational talks from Rachel Carruthers of the West Sussex Waste Prevention Team, David Treadwell of the Mid Sussex Wood Recycling Project and Cat Fletcher, pictured, of the Brighton Waste House Team (among a number of roles).
To view their talks online visit the following links:
Forthcoming events include the return of our fabulous ceilidh on February 18 at Ditchling Village Hall. Buy your tickets here online. Email us if you’d like to receive our free, monthly newsletter email@example.com.
Just a selection of images from our first and fabulous Bioblitz held in Hassocks over the weekend (16/17 July)
These show, left, the bat walk, led by Helen Hodson and Ryan Greaves (Sussex Bat Group), herb walk, centre, led by Sarah Furey and hunt for meadow invertebrates led by Laurie Jackson and Brad Scott. The event also featured stream dipping, a bird walk, meadow flower hunt, bumblebee walk and popular moth breakfast and identification.
See all images here.