Community groups and charities gather for seed swap event

Community groups and charities including the Sussex Wildlife Trust, The Living Coast and Havens Community Hub gathered at The Hillcrest Centre in Newhaven on Saturday for the Greenhavens Network’s first seed swap event.

Over 250 people attended many with their own seeds to swap with others including £1500 worth of seeds donated by companies across the U.K.


£500 of raffle prizes was donated with proceeds going towards the wilder garden project.


Organiser of the event Karen from Greenhavens Network said, “Over 250 people attended and we were overwhelmed with how many people turned up with their own seeds to swap. A big thanks for everyone that came and helped support the event.”

Super Saturday Seed Swap

Sussex Wildlife Trust

The Living Coast

Peacehaven Community Orchard

Save Seaford's Swifts

Gardening In

National Coastwatch Institution Newhaven

Greenhavens Network


Havens Community Hub

Seeds to swap


Camelot Handmade Soaps

Serendipityj



Red Door Jewellery


Newhaven Green Centre


Greenhaven Network's next events include a fungi walk on 3rd November at Castle Hill nature reserve in Newhaven, a network meeting on 19th January at the Meridian Centre in Peacehaven and a network meeting on 23rd March in Newhaven.