Explore the old town – and help raise money for the British Heart Foundation

How do you fancy exploring Hastings Old Town, giving your health a boost – AND helping a fantastic charity?

That’s the aim of Treasure Trails, which has joined forces with the British Heart Foundation to help fight heart and circulatory disease.

The company organises over 1,000 self-guided treasure hunts across the UK to enable people to learn more about where they live – or somewhere new.

The Treasure Trails are fun for all the family

Each trail lasts around two hours and has its own specific themes, making use of significant local landmarks, signs, statues and monuments.

The list of available maps, each of which can be bought online for £9.99 and printed at home, include Hastings, Bexhill, Battle and Eastbourne.

Sara Johnson, BHF partnership manager, said the charity was delighted to be partnering with Treasure Trails.

“Whatever your age, being active now will make an immediate impact on your health and protect it in the future too,” she said.

Click here to for more information and to buy a trail.

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