Sussex Green Hub

The Green Hub takes place on the last Saturday every month, 10am-4pm, at the United Reformed Church, Horsham.

The Green Hub is a monthly face-to-face event that offers environmental services like Horsham Repair Cafe, Horsham Community Fridge and a Household Product Refill Shop as well as advice and solutions such as recycling help and energy saving tips.

In the afternoon we have a workshops on a variety of topics from seed swaps to upcycling textiles. Plus a community café where you can enjoy a drink and light refreshments.

Working with other Horsham based environmental, community and faith groups, our ambition is that the Green Hub becomes a permanent 7 day a week fixture in our High Street. 

Where: United Reformed Church, 45 Springfield Rd, Horsham RH12 1PT (near Wilko off West Street and the Lynd Cross pub and opposite St John the Evangelist).


The Green Hub offers environmental services as well as advice and solutions. In the afternoon, we also have workshops and talks on topical issues.

Horsham Repair Cafe

Repair Service

The Horsham Repair Café volunteers are on hand to help people learn how to repair household electrical and mechanical devices, computers, clothing, and other items. Slots available 10am – 2.30pm. Booking Essential.

Refill Shop

Refill Shop

Whatever you are looking to clean in your home (household or personal hygiene), we have a great eco range to choose from with products from Bio D, Ecoleaf and Faith in Nature.

Bring your empty bottles and refill them at our shop.


Recycling Advice

Advice on household recycling, what you can and can’t put in your council kerbside bins and lots of ideas as to how you can recycle more single use plastics through our TerraCycle recycling scheme and through the supermarkets. We also have a recycling point on site.

Horsham Community Fridge

Community Fridge

Horsham Community Fridge (10-11am) offers excess food from local businesses, supermarkets and allotments, that would otherwise be wasted.

FREE and available to everyone in the Community.

Sussex Green Hub

Community Groups


Transition Horsham talk about sustainable living with a particular focus on growing food and making our gardens more wildlife friendly. They have a community allotment and are always looking for more members of the public to join them. Learn about their Horsham District Council Community Climate grant funded SEED CIRCLE and much more.


There is an urgent need for whole sections of society – not just individuals – to move faster and deeper to cut carbon and restore nature. Horsham Eco Churches are part of A Rocha UK and work together to drive environmental leadership within the Church sector. This includes facilitating the local churches working together and with other faiths, and helping denominations and networks raise their ambitions and reach their environmental goals faster.

Carbon reduction advice, clean energy and more!

Our volunteers offer advice on lifestyle changes to reduce carbon. This is so important right now as it has a positive impact on both the planet as well as saving money.

Chat to us about ways you can reduce energy use in the home or change to clean renewable energy generated from renewable sources – sun, wind, water (rivers, tides or wave power) and biofuels (usually gas released by rotting food and agricultural waste). Also learn about local ambition to generate clean energy through Community Energy Horsham.


Our Community Cafe is run by volunteers from the United Reformed Church. It offers drinks and light refreshments. Grab a cuppa and slice of cake while you wait for your repairs.

Green Hub Energy
Green Hub book library

Green Book Library

Our Green Book Library is a lending library of books on a wide range of environmental subjects, for adults and children.

We would like to welcome donations of high quality books to increase our offering.  If you feel that you can part with any high-quality books (nothing too tatty please) that cover subjects such as:

  • Sustainability
  • Environmental issues
  • Climate Change
  • Nature Conservation
  • Green farming practices
  • Environmental children’s books
  • Any other relevant green living issues

Come along and have a browse through our collection.

Cape of Good Hopes

Taking inspiration from the Coat of Hopes that was created for COP26, we are creating a Horsham Cape of Good Hopes.

The Cape is a collaborative community project designed to raise awareness of climate change. Individuals and groups make squares that represent their hopes and actions needed for a sustainable future. The squares are then stitched together to make a fabulous Cape of Good Hopes. So far we have had contributions from 5 year olds to 80 year olds – this truly is a community project.

In my role as Horsham District Councillor responsible for recycling and waste, it was a pleasure to meet everyone at the Sussex Green Hub and see first-hand all they are doing to make our world a cleaner, greener place. The Green Hub offers everyone the chance to pop in and learn something new, whether it’s deciding which wrappers are recyclable, or seeing the amazing skills of the people working in the repair cafe, it’s all there.

Sussex Green Living are playing an important part in promoting sustainable living to residents of Horsham and across Sussex. They walk the walk by not only providing training but also facilitating practical initiatives like repair cafes and refill stations. It was great to meet the volunteers and hear their passion for fighting the climate crisis. We are very lucky to have such an organisation based locally and look forward to hearing what they are up to next.

Contact Us

If you have a general query or require advice, we can answer questions by email

How to Find Us

When: Last Saturday of every month between 10am and 4pm

Where: Sussex Green Hub, United Reformed Church, 45 Springfield Road, Horsham, RH12 1PT (near Wilko off West Street and the Lynd Cross pub and opposite St John the Evangelist)

Here’s a map  (Opens in new tab)

If you prefer to use the What 3 Words app to find us – here is the link to pinpoint the URC –