Monthly Archives: January 2012

Come along and hear all about Transition Hythe!

Preparations are well under way for our ‘open’ meeting on Wednesday 1st February from 7.30pm at the South Road Pavilion, Hythe, entitled: “Transition Hythe: Next Steps”. It will provide an opportunity for people to learn about the overall Transition phenomenon, about the Hythe version of this, and the projects that are under way and planned.…

A big Thank You

A big Thank You to everyone who came out for the latest Transition Hythe beach clean on Saturday morning. To have 25+ volunteers on a grey, windy January day was fantastic. A revoltingly rubbish-strewn bit of beach, from Seabrook towards the Hythe Imperial, was transformed over the two and a half hours, with 40+ bags…

Next beach clean, Saturday 21 January

Our next beach clean will focus on the stretch of beach from the Seapoint centre at Seabrook, working towards the Hythe Imperial Hotel. We will be busy from 9.30am to midday, Saturday 21st January. Volunteers are welcome to come for all or part of the session. Bags and litter picking sticks will be provided; please…

Sign up for thermal imaging study

Transition Hythe is again offering free energy efficiency studies for residents and groups in the area. For the second year, we have access to a sophisticated thermal imaging camera from Kent County Council. This is used to show heat loss from homes and other buildings. Visits are carried out in the evening and work best…

Can you help disabled youngsters in Shepway?

Do you have time to help children and young people with a disability? Be Our Buddy Shepway is a befriending service delivered by Voluntary Action Within Kent (VAWK) and needs volunteers in the area. The scheme has been running in the Shepway area since April 2010. Over that time, it has supported over 70 families…