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From our Chair, Jim Breeds: “Our AGM on 26th October went well, I thought. Thank you to all those who attended, including Hastings Mayor, Cllr Nigel Sinden.
Ore Community Land Trust has purchased two key plots of land in Speckled Wood below the Village Green in Old London Road, Ore. It is another crucial stage in the process for making Speckled Wood into a community owned woodland to ensure that it will never be developed and will remain an attractive and peacefulContinue reading “Latest on Land Acquisition in Speckled Wood”
Our Constitution was adopted on 8th April 2017. You can read it here. Download Constitution
There’s plenty to do as spring approaches. • Cut down undergrowth and dead trees • Maintain footpaths • Make and repair steps • Keep the stream clear • Prepare our land in Church Street for planting We now have a volunteer base and tool store next to the ‘Church Street’ track (South of Greville Road)Continue reading “Would you like to join our Speckled Wood volunteer team?”
The Committee consists of: Chair – Jim Breeds Secretary – Tony Polain Treasurer – Becky Polain Membership Secretary & Minute-Taker – Richard Street Board Member Aubrey Ingleton Ex-Officio Hastings Borough Council observer Cllr Tania Charman (Tressell Ward)
Ore Community Land Trust seeks to protect land in the Upper Ore Valley to save and enhance urban woodland and green space for community use and to protect animal habitat. We, therefore, campaign against development plans that would threaten the environment of the Valley. We also support positive regeneration plans and put forward ideas forContinue reading “Our aims”
We now have a really useful base unit located in Speckled Wood on our land next to Church Street (South of Greville Road). This is thanks to funding from the Big Local North East Hastings, help from the Conservation Volunteers organisation and our own small team of dedicated volunteers.