Monthly Archives: March 2012

Hythe is given Spring Clean

Over 40 volunteers collected 60+ bags of rubbish in Transition Hythe’s inaugural Spring Clean. On a beautiful morning, groups dispersed across the town to lay into some of the worst areas for litter. As well as central sites such as Oaklands, Hythe Cricket Club, Ladies’ Walk and Wakefield Walk, other parties targeted the beach, canal…

Join the Hythe Spring Clean!

Come and join us on Saturday 24th March as we spruce up our town this spring! We will have groups cleaning across the area, including the centre of the town, beach, Seabrook and West Hythe. If you know a local area that needs some TLC, let us know. Our HQ for the morning will be…

Woodlands transformed by group effort

A group of around 15 from Transition Hythe worked alongside local residents and local PCSO, Debbie Bishop, to transform woodlands off Spring Lane in Seabrook. The site had been a problem at the end of last year, attracting large numbers of youngsters into the early hours and was strewn with rubbish. Over the course of…

Successful Thermal Imaging Project

The second thermal imaging project by Transition Hythe has ended, with the camera returned to Kent County Council at the end of our five week loan period. As with the first project, a considerable number of local households benefited from a free visit by Transition Hythe members and received a summary report and images. We…