MIDHURST Rother College hosted its Keep It Local sustainability day helping families to live a greener life.
Many agencies and businesses involved in green issues displayed their services and offered advice. Southern Water, Better Tomorrow and Energy GainUK gave advice on how to save money while becoming more environmentally friendly.
South Downs National Park Authority promoted the new national park.
Local businesses exhibited their eco-friendly goods and services. Organic food was cooked to order by Richline Farms and SUJOCO Cookery School demonstrated how to make nettle rarebit and wild garlic, pistachio and broad bean hummus.
Some £400 was raised by the Midhurst Over-60s Club for the Help for Heroes charity.