Environmental Protection


Eastbourne and District Friends of the Earth – a very active group that is making a big impact in our local area! They meet every month to plan campaigns and socialise. They have great links with other environmental and green community groups within Eastbourne, and very good relationships with the local council. Eastbourne is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and they aim to keep it that way! The group is open to everyone and all levels of knowledge and experience are welcome
w: www.hylo.com/c/eastbournefoe/join/foe1066

Eastbourne Greenpeace – have fun whilst helping Greenpeace with it’s enviornmental protection campaigns. They meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 8 pm in The Vinyl Frontier, Grove Road, Eastbourne. For more information contact Evie 07852 903873 or just come to a meeting – all welcome w:https://greenwire.greenpeace.org/uk/en-gb/groups/eastbourne-greenpeace

Edible Eastbourne – a voluntary, not for profit community group.
They want to help Eastbourne develop a resilient, sustainable local food system and help increase access to fresh, low cost or free healthy food for everyone. They aim to do this by, amongst other things, running local food projects, setting up community growing spaces and orchards, assisting in the establishment of a local food network and promoting local food and much, much more.
w: https://www.edibleeastbourne.co.uk E: edibleeb@gmail.com

Sussex Wildlife Trust – offers members (and visitors) the opportunity to meet others in the area with an interest in natural history and the environment. They also run a full programme of events throughout the year t: 01273 492630 e:enquiries@sussexwt.org.uk

Eastbourne Transition – a community-led response to climate change and the environmental and economic uncertainty this causes – and they believe the best way to do that is by creating projects & ‘just doing stuff’. They are providing a framework for an effective move away from fossil fuels in a practical and community-driven way e:info@eastbournetransition.org w: http://www.eastbournetransition.org

Report Fly Tipping , Dumped Rubbish, Graffiti Dog Fouling – Eastbourne Council, (They only have the authority to clean up reported problems from public or council owned spaces). T:01323 410000. w:http://www.eastbourne.gov.uk/residents/streets-parking-and-travel/report-a-problem/fly-tipping/

Report an Abandoned Shopping Trolley – contact Trolleywise on T: 0800 316 1241 or website below to report abandoned trolleys from these Eastbourne supermarkets: Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Iceland, Marks & Spencer, Lidl, Co-op and B & Q. For the stores not covered you will need to call them directly- contact numbers are on on the website. http://www.eastbourne.gov.uk/residents/streets-parking-and-travel/report-a-problem/shopping-trolley/

Eastbourne Household Waste Recycling Site – The site accepts household waste from residents own homes in East Sussex.Trade/business waste is not accepted.This site has a Re-use shop on site. St Philip’s Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN22 8NB. W: https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/environment/rubbishandrecycling/recyclingsites/escc-eastbournehwrs

App-Bike Eastbourne – Sign up – log in – unlock a bike – enjoy the ride – return the bike. T: 01892 320270 e: support@activecyclingprojects.com w: www.app-bike.co.uk

Furniture Now! – collect unwanted furniture and white goods and sell low cost, new, refurbished and second hand furniture, washing machines and lots more household goods for sales from their stores in Eastbourne, Lewes and Hailsham, as well as their dedicated office furniture showroom in Eastbourne. They have special lower prices for those on benefits, but anyone looking for items for their home or office gets great value! Delivery available. Money raised by selling furniture supports thousands of people on low incomes or needing support locally.
3A Courtlands Road,Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 8TR. T: 01323 638 000. E: hello@nowcharity.org.uk. W: https://www.nowcharity.org.uk/

Friday-Ad, Free to Collector page– Page in the Friday Ad newspaper that advertises items that are free to collector
w: http://www.friday-ad.co.uk/eastbourne/for-sale/free-to-collector/

Bourne to Recycle – reward scheme to encourage recycling. All you have to do is register and recycle and you’ll be entered into a monthly prize draw! Find out more at eastbourne.gov.uk/bournetorecycle

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