Hurst Rethink

Hurst Rethink

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 five main action areas: Biodiversity and Nature, Community, Green Consumer, Green Homes & Energy 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. Please join our mailing list for details of our next meeting.

Join us for our next event – a community bike ride to Hassocks!

Plant your Tree for the Queen’s Jubilee

Did you read our article in Hurst Life about planting a tree to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022? Read all about it here.

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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3 weeks ago

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A reminder about Stanmer Organics 25th birthday party 🥳!Plots open at 11am on Saturday and don’t forget we have an evening line up outside of the Earthship too with food from Curry Love and a bar. Here is the evening line up:4-5DJ Chicha Morada 5-5.30Voice Explosion 5.30-6Beta Drummers6 -7.30 Suma Phayiri & the Jaguars 7.30-8Paul’s mobile Disco8-9The Crucks9-10DJ Marc Stylus ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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Hurst Village Market is NOT on in August due to team holidays. The next market will be the first Saturday in September. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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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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