Eco Events East Sussex

 

 

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Farmers Market Ashburnham East Sussex

Situated in the walled garden of a stunning mid-18th century park, the farmers market focuses on artisanal, local, ethical and sustainable products.

Next market: Saturday 1st June 2024

For more information:

www.themarketashburnham.com

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Shoreham Artisan Market every 4th Saturday of the month from 9am to 1pm

Situated between the river Adur and the Church, Shoreham closes its main road to created a vibrant market cherished by the locals.

Next Date: 23rd March 2024

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ECO FAIR

Saturday 11th May, 10-4pm, Western Lawns, Eastbourne

Once again, the EcoFair will be part of  Spring Water Festival24 organised by PlasticFreeEastbourne. 

The EcoFair promises to combine a range of environmental organisations, food traders, local craft, and businesses to create positive environmental impacts, including promoting sustainability, reducing waste, conserving energy and water resources, protecting biodiversity and ecosystems, and raising awareness about environmental issues.

We are proud to sponsor the Spring Water Festival.

 

 

 

  • Facts about Plastic Pollution

    • An average person will use 300 toothbrushes in a lifetime.
    • Plastics consistently make up 80% of all marine debris studied.

    (IUCN, 2020)

    • 100,000 marine mammals and turtles and 1 million sea birds are killed by marine plastic pollution annually.

    (UK Government, 2018)

  • Surfers Against Sewage

    We have joined Ocean Network on the journey to protect our oceans, beaches, waves and wildlife from sewage and plastic pollution.

    We beleive however small is the change, together we can make a bigger and better impact to save our seas from pollution.

  • Sustainability a step at a time

    We are opposed to single use plastic, this is why we have selected a range of essentials in the bathroom that will make a difference in the problem of plastic pollution.

    We are creating this change by finding alternatives that are recyclable, reusable, durable, zero waste and don't cost the earth.

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