Hurst Rethink

Hurst Rethink

During the Coronavirus pandemic, we have seen people from all walks of life coming together to affect positive change in our community. It’s with this in mind, against the backdrop of the Climate Emergency and ever more calls for action, that we formed Hurst Rethink in November 2020.

We are a group of locals who have joined forces to drive sustainable change in the villages of Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common. All of the group are volunteers and we have no political affiliations.

We have decided to focus our efforts on four main action areas: Biodiversity and Nature, Green Homes & Energy, Green Consumer and Green Transport. Underpinning all of this will be work with the relevant local councils (Parish Council, Mid Sussex District Council, West Sussex County Council) and action groups as well as publicity and education in our community. Read more about us.

We currently meet once a month on Zoom but once Coronavirus restrictions are lifted, we plan to meet in person. If you’re interested in helping us, even if it’s for an hour or two a month, we’d love to hear from you.

Our Action Areas:

If you’re interested in helping us, even if it’s for an hour or two a month, we’d love to hear from you.

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TONIGHT at 7:30pm!HKD Transition Lockdown Lounge Talk & DiscussionIdentifying and Monitoring WildlifeLocal ecologist and Hurst Rethink member Laurie Jackson will talk about the importance of monitoring wildlife, and how you can contribute to recording schemes that provide vital information for nature conservation. She will also highlight some of the resources available to help with identifying your local wildlife finds.5 March 2021, 7.30pmJoin Zoom Meeting bit.ly/3bGIE68Meeting ID: 981 3123 7713Passcode: 788693 ...
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Learn About Sustainability

We highly recommend the What Planet Are We On Podcast’, available on BBC Sounds. Presenter Liz Bonnin delves into various issues, including our relationship with wildlife, agriculture, consumerism and economics. It’s a great way of gaining insight into the issues facing us all and how we can change for the better.

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