What is Environment Hailsham?

Environment Hailsham is a small group of volunteers who provide and maintain all the floral displays around the Market Town of Hailsham in East Sussex.   It is registered as a charity, No: 1156667.


These displays include the War Memorial; railing planters by South Road Bridge; Neptune and Tesco crossings; Market Square and all the hanging baskets.  In addition, the volunteers also maintain the tranquil Dennis King Garden, the Library Rose Garden and sponsored displays in Battle Road.


The Volunteers use two poly tunnels off Grovelands Road and this is where all the action takes place!  Here, hundreds of seeds are sown in the Spring and carefully looked after until planting time.  During the summer much work is carried out by the volunteers to keep the flower displays looking bright and cheerful, including a weekly watering regime.


Environment Hailsham's aim is to provide the town with a welcoming colour of floral displays for the benefit and enjoyment of the whole community and visitors.

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Environment Hailsham has launched a Fundraising Page at  


please give a donation to help us continue our work this year. Just click on the link and it will take you to our page.

Volunteers Wanted

If you have an hour or two to spare why not join Environment Hailsham team of volunteers.  We are a friendly  group and you don't have to worry about any experience as we help each other.  View our Volunteer tab for more details.  If you need any further details or what to talk about anything that might interest you, give us a call today on 01323 842 931 or send an email: environmenthailsham@btinternet.com.

Chair's Award 2020 

The 2020 award was given to Vicky for her outstanding contribution to the Charity over the past year.  Congratulations Vicky.

Some of our  Projects

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