About the Charity

Community Supporters is an environmental education charity based in Rother (registration number 1195006). The charity’s aims are to advance the education of environmental protection and the natural environment, and to promote conservation protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment for public benefit.

We received our charity number in June 2021 and since that have been involved in many activities and projects including – co-hosting, along with the United Nations Association Climate & Oceans, several online webinars about COP26 and the 2021 IPPC report, held many public events and activities, opened an eco/activity hub, and are currently fundraising to install an access ramp and beach garden on Bexhill beach at West Parade.

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Southern Water Partnership

Young Pollinators are pleased to announce that they will be teaming up with staff at Southern Water over the next 18 months to help the group grow and to reach their full potential.
The award is a £10,000 donation alongside support through Southern Water employee volunteering, expertise sharing and partnership opportunities over the duration of the partnership. 
The young people involved will be shaping the project themselves and have so far agreed that they would like to have a varied programme of activities ranging from digital skills, outdoor activities, real world experiences, and practical skills. The first activities will involve the creation of a dedicated website and introduction video.
You can find out more about the partnership HERE.

Young Pollinators

In August 2022 the teenagers attending the first Young Pollinators meet up put together a funding application and very soon afterwards found out they were successful!

So, now they have arranged to have weekly face to face sessions, every Saturday, and the Community Supporters Eo Hub in Bexhill.

Planned activities for the future months include candle making, glass blowing, a virtual underwater experience, a presentation at this years Oceans Symposium conference, and more.

To find out more about the group, or to join in, please contact us.

Support us through the Rother Community Lottery scheme

You can now support our charity directly through the Rother Community Lottery. Buy your ticket today and 60% of ticket sales and 60p from every £1 goes directly to good causes like ours.

The best bit is that you don’t even have to be a Rother resident to get involved, so please share and invite all your friends and family.

Your help will support us to develop an outdoor nature education facility, an Eco Hub (environmentally sustainable community centre), and support numerous projects across the Rother District, including accessibility, litter picking, and tree planting.