Greenway walkers enjoy day out in Hastings Country Park

55935561_280495832842158_7471713846164455424_nHastings Greenway Group staged one of its very popular guided walks last weekend, this time heading across Hastings Country Park from the East Hill to the Coastguard tearooms.

Greenway Group chair Tony Plain says: “We had about 40 people on the walk…. and it was a lovely day as you can see from the photographs.

“We followed the proposed Greenway route to the Coastguard’s Tea Room, where we stopped for refreshments.

“We were joined on the walk by the chair of the Friends of the County Park, Michael Moor and he was kind enough to give us a guided tour back through the park, pointing areas of historical interest plus the proposed site of the solar array, which is a point of contention that the Friends group opposes.”

Keep an eye out for information on future Greenway Group walks by bookmarking www.hastingsinfocus.co.uk and keeping an eye on our social media.

  • Download a copy of the Hastings Greenway Group leaflet, published earlier this year by following the link below
  • https://hastingsinfocus.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/greenwaygroupmap.pdf

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