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Our Mission:

Combining natural and community heritage, we aim to teach people and their communities’ practical ways to sustain, conserve, protect and improve the natural environment by connecting them with nature and each other.

Our Community

With the support of dedicated Volunteers we are developing a heritage walled kitchen garden and 22 acres of AONB land in Kent, delivering projects and activities that tackle food poverty and rural isolation whilst improving physical and mental health for communities throughout Rother, Hastings and West Kent

The Journey so far.....

Peasmarsh to Hawkhurst:

In 2016, Hands of Hope undertook its first “Growing” project in association with Robertsbridge Community College as well as joining forces with Northiam Seniors Lunch Club, where we now regularly cook. We have also acquired our first official “Live Life on the Veg Cook Van” which we hope to use at various events to help raise funds for our projects.

In 2017 we received planning permission for a new community facility in Hawkurst which we call “The Wall”, which will be our main base for the many projects we will run to help tackle childhood obesity and loneliness.

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