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— Sussex Wildlife Trust (@SussexWildlife) July 8, 2021 8 Jul 21 03:03 pm It was good to find this Golden Ringed dragonfly at Chingford Pond near Petworth, West Sussex yesterday afternoon Did you know Sussex Wildlife Trust members receive special lower rates when booking most events and courses? To book a payable event you will need to register your details first. Please click here. Please note that due to extensive building works due to start in July 2021 at Seven Sisters Country Park, we will not be running any events on site Rewilding the Sussex Seas. 08 July 2021. Sussex Art Fair at Goodwood. 07 July 2021. Environmental Impact Assessment needed to protect chalk reef says Judicial Review. 06 July 2021. Is it a bee, or is it a fly in a cunning disguise? 06 July 2021 The A3 portrait calendar for 2021 is filled with high-quality landscape and seascape pictures from Sussex and across the south of England. The cost is £12.50, inclusive of delivery. Find Charlie.

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  1. Events - June 2021 Category: All Categories Conferences and presentations Dinners, balls and auctions Game fairs and shows Courses and training days Talks and guided walks Country sporting days out Big Farmland Bird Coun
  2. Sussex Wildlife Trust. October 16 ·. We are excited to share our 2021 Wildlife of Sussex calendar, featuring 12 stunning images from the portfolios of wildlife photographers who donate their images to support the work of Sussex Wildlife Trust. The calendar is available from our website for £6.99 including p&p
  3. Eventbrite - Action in rural Sussex presents August Amble - A wander through the wild wood - Wednesday, 4 August 2021 at The Mens Nature Reserve, Sussex WIldlife Trust, Billingshurst, England. Find event and ticket information
  4. The Henfield-based Sussex Wildlife Trust has published its first printed calendar. This comes after requests from members and other supporters to the Trust, which is the largest nature conservation charity in the county
  5. Date and time. Wed, 3 March 2021. 11:00 - 12:00 PST. Add to calendar. Location. Online event. Organiser Sussex Ornithological Society. Organiser of Henfield: A Sussex Village and its Birds. The Sussex Ornithological Society records and studies wild birds in Sussex in order to help conserve species and their habitats

Goodwood: 2nd, 3rd, 4th July 2021. Sussex Art Fairs takes place at Goodwood Racecourse, Selhurst Park Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 0PS, in the heart of the Sussex Downs. Come and experience over 100 exhibitors throughout the two main halls with 1000's of artworks available for purchase The Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre is hosted by Sussex Wildlife Trust | Registered charity number 207005 | Registered in England, company no.698851 Banner image inspired by Nigel Symington valid HTML The Brown Hare is the most widespread of the two UK species, and the only one you'll spot in Sussex. They are creatures of open country. Vegetarian grazers, occasionally indulging in a spot of browsing saplings. With a home range of some 50 hectares, their movement patterns track availability of fresh plant growth Trawler fishing has been banned in more than 100 square miles of seabed off Sussex to help once-vast kelp forests recover. It follows a campaign to restore a large underwater kelp forest from. The SxBRC has three records of A. pulchellum an attractively patterned species, all from Black Down in the far northwest of West Sussex. Two of these were from 1998 (where it is described as numerous among tall, bushy heather) and there is one record from 2011. The final Sussex species is Eluma caelata, a naturalised non-native species.

This walk is in support of the Mayors Charities: The Sussex Heart Charity, Together Co, Brighton Fringe, Leo House and Off the Fence. The walk will take you along a 9 mile stretch of the Brighton and Hove way Downland Pathway. Starting at 9:00am on the 17th of July 2021 at Whitecliffs Café Saltdean Undercliffs Secret Sussex Calendar 2021. Sep 17, 2020 Subscribe to Newsletter. Subscribe Follow me. Feb 06, 2021 Finalist in IGPOTY . Oct 05, 2020 Sussex Wildlife Trust Finalist Sussex Wildlife Trust Finalist . Sep 17, 2020 Secret Sussex Calendar 2021 Share on.

09 March 2021 - The Seals of Chichester Harbour. 10 March 2021 - A Taste of Honey: An introduction to the Honey-buzzard. 16 March 2021 - The Corona Wildlife Diaries: 100 Days of Wildlife in Lockdown. 17 March 2021 - The most important wildlife site in Sussex? 18 March 2021 - Pevensey & Eastbourne Levels: A Natural Histor Events - June 2021 Category: All Categories Conferences and presentations Dinners, balls and auctions Game fairs and shows Courses and training days Talks and guided walks Country sporting days out Big Farmland Bird Coun

The Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre is managed as a partnership project, hosted by the Sussex Wildlife Trust. Our partners include local planning authorities, government agencies, conservation bodies and other organisations which need access to up-to-date biodiversity information, such as water companies. Sussex has a vibrant and energetic. The Wildlife Trusts. We are a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us. More than 850,000 members and 35,000 volunteers work together with their Wildlife Trust to make their local area wilder and make nature part of life, for everyone

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  1. The family lives in Angmering and Jamie, who won Sussex Wildlife Trust's 2018 photography competition with a stunning landscape image of a poppy field, takes beautiful pictures across the county. Jamie said: I am a keen photographer and I have been producing calendars for three years, starting with one I created online
  2. Peniophora laeta is a distinctive looking fungus with quite a lot going on. Surprising then, that it remains so seldom recorded Like many other members of the genus Peniophora, it likes to live up off the ground, often on branches still attached to trees.British records strongly suggest that the species is host-specific here, only living on Hornbeam Carpinus betulus branches, where it gets.
  3. Find the perfect gift and help wildlife. Great gifts for every occasion and budget! Wildlife-themed eCards, books, eco-friendly clothing and bird feed. Every penny goes directly to helping our wildlife and wild places thrive
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The conference, presented by Sussex Wildlife Trust in conjunction with the University, will cover various themes from climate collapse and resilience, to farming, food and nature recovery networks. Organisers hope that the talks on 23rd January will inspire attendees to generate local solutions and feel empowered to take actions to help tackle. Sussex Wildlife Trust . Fantastic news! Brighton and Lewes Downs is the newest UNESCO Biosphere! Congratulations to all those involved in making this happen! Watch out for Dr Kate Lewthwaite from our Nature's Calendar team on the Alan Titchmarsh show this afternoon (ITV, 3pm) talking about autumn colour . 22/08/2013 Monkey Orchid Orchis simia is, without doubt, no ordinary species of the month ('Botanical event of the century so far!' In the words of Nevil Hutchinson from the Sussex Botanical Recording Society) as it really doesn't in any way conform to the usual criteria for one of our species of the month; it is only just in season (whatever that means in this case), it is most. SxBRC made the decision last year that the annual Sussex Biological Recorders' Seminar would not take place in February 2021. The nature of the event means that we don't feel we could offer a suitable online or reduced capacity alternative, and we felt that if we couldn't deliver the same kind of event then we would rather invest our time usually spent organising the seminar in other.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust cares for 50 nature reserves, with fantastic visitor centres at Carlton Marshes and Lackford Lakes. We also have a network of learning centres and locations throughout the county. Please help us care for the nature reserves you've enjoyed, by joining Suffolk Wildlife Trust Charlotte Owen - Sussex Wildlife Trust 4 weeks ago | Interview catch up Charlotte Owen spoke with Jacqui Rushton to bring us up to date with the work of the Sussex Wildlife Trust This photo I took entitled 'About turn' which is a starling murmuration in front of Brighton's Palace Pier, is a finalist at the Sussex Wildlife Trust photography competition. If you like the photo and have a minute, it would be fantastic if you could vote for it, to help it win: https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/vot Due to the Covid-19 emergency, please check with organisations regarding current services and visiting arrangements Pictures taken by the 12 finalists will appear in the Sussex Wildlife Trust's 2017 online calendar, and the overall winning image will feature in their members' magazine, monthly news and on their website and other social media. Once selected the 12 finalists will be voted for by the public, to choose the overall winner and the runner-up

Sussex Wildlife Trust Finalist Read More. Sep 17, 2020 Secret Sussex Calendar 2021 photography, Calendar, Sussex. Read More. Sep 01, 2020 Brighton Calendar 2021 photography, Calendar, Brighton. Read More. Apr 15, 2020 Shortlisted in the Sony World Photography Awards 2020. This talk is sponsored by Sussex Wildlife Trust and CPRE, the Countryside Charity. It is a continuation of the Ending the War on Nature talks which were paused due to the national Covid Lockdown in March 2020. Existing ticket holders will be contacted

South Downs National Park. 15 hrs ·. The clock is ticking to get those entries into this year's MADhurst Festival short story competition. This year's comp is open to all children between 5-18, with three categories & prizes for the winners. Find out how to enter https://buff.ly/3vtGJdZ Sussex-based ecologist Graeme Lyons forged the path with this work; again with the SxBRC, he completed the mammoth task of compiling pan-species lists for the entire Sussex Wildlife Trust reserve network (no mean feat with over 10,000 species)! He left this 'master list' as a sort of legacy to Sussex WT, before moving on to pastures new (busy creating lists for other sites I'm sure)

The record centre has been established for over 20 years and from its inception has always been supported by a range of partners. Our current partners are listed below: Adur and Worthing Councils. Arun District Council. Brighton and Hove City Council. Chichester District Council. Crawley Borough Council The Sussex beaver partnership is a group of key stakeholders which has been meeting for two years to discuss beaver reintroductions in Sussex. The partnership group consists of Natural England, NFU, Environment Agency, Knepp Estate, Southern Water, Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust & Sussex Wildlife Trust

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The Reading Agency and libraries are excited to introduce Wild World Heroes, Summer Reading Challenge 2021. A celebration of nature and action for the environment, in partnership with WWF UK. The summer Reading Challenge is a national scheme produced b Sussex Art Fairs will be continuing our collaboration with Sussex Wildlife Trust where our exhibitors kindly donate works for the charity to sell on their stand with all proceeds going to the Trust to help their important cause of protecting the wonderfully rich wildlife that is found in our Sussex towns, countryside and coast

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A conversation about the Wildlife Trust's 'Living Seas' Vision with Ella Garrud . Ella has been working for Sussex Wildlife Trust as the Living Seas Officer during this year and will tell us about the national vision for protecting and restoring our seas, about our nearest Marine Protection Zone (Beachy Head East) and SWT's marine conservation activities Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for 12 stunning photographs capturing the best of the wildlife and landscapes of Sussex. The theme of this year's competition is Into the Wild. We'd love to see your local wildlife shots, showing us the vibrant and varied nature of Sussex

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Make a difference in our village! Help clean up our streets. Come and join us on Sunday 6th of June at 2.30pm for a couple of hours of litter picking, weeding and general tidying Sussex Traditions is concerned with the traditional heritage of Sussex, East and West. By this we mean the everyday culture of ordinary people, past and present, which is passed-on from person to person and down the ages, mainly among small groups and communities. It includes the areas normally described as folklore Finding Wellbeing through Nature. Thursday 24 June 2021. Location: Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Mill Way, Leatherhead, England, KT22 8QA. More info. I've supported the Wildlife Trusts for the last 55 years. They are bringing wildlife back and restoring the natural world we love so much. Please support them as much as you can A Series of 5 Talks by Sussex Wildlife Trust February to June 2020 at Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea Dr Tony Whitbread, independent ecologist and President of the Sussex Wildlife Trust will give three talks from February to April on key environmental issues, with an additional talk in May by Henri Brocklebank on marine conservation As part of World Wellbeing Week get back into nature. Tom of Sussex Wildlife Trust will lead a team of volunteers to remove as much Invasive Himalayan Balsam and litter as possible to improve the condition of the wetland. This session is a FULL day of volunteering with a maximum of 10 participants

Glebe Surgery PPG Newsletter April 2021. April 21, 2021 by Post Contributor. Categories. All, Community, Storrington, Sullington, Thakeham, Washington, West Chiltington. Post navigation. Glebe Surgery Opening Hours. Glebe Surgery 2nd COVID-19 vaccinations: date changes 4th/5th/7th May Wednesday March 24, 2021, 1:25 PM Students at a school in Sussex have begun creating a forest food garden. President, Sussex Wildlife Trust. Credit: ITV News Meridian Browse new releases, best sellers or classics & Find your next favourite boo Events - July 2021 Category: All Categories Conferences and presentations Dinners, balls and auctions Game fairs and shows Courses and training days Talks and guided walks Country sporting days out Big Farmland Bird Coun

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Location: Date: 2 February 2021 Time: 7:30PM to 9:00PM. Read more. Feb 09. BASIS Certificate in Game Management - Lowland (February) Read more. BASIS Certificate in Game Management - Lowland (February) Location: Allerton Project, Main Street, Leicester, LE7 9XE. Date / Time: 9 February 2021 9:00AM to 11 February 2021 4:00PM A special Brighton Festival edition of Nature Table Live on SWT-TV on Thursday 20 May, 7.30pm, led by experts at Sussex Wildlife Trust, will include chats and facts on a range of ocean related topics from mermaid's purses (the egg cases of sharks, skates and rays) to seals. Book tickets here and share your findings with #WildCoastSussex Our Inspiration Eco Station - a 1974 milk float which we have retrofitted into an environmental display. Come and chat to us about ways you can save money and the [] Find out more ». United Reformed Church, 41 Springfield Road. Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1PT United Kingdom. + Google Map. 21 August 2021 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm June 15, 2021. The Sussex County Land Trust and Chesapeake Conservancy have joined forces with several other partners to preserve a 41-acre parcel on the south side of the Nanticoke River known as Nanticoke Crossing Park. Located on the opposite side of Woodland, about 4 miles west of Seaford, the property includes 29 acres of mixed hardwood. Sussex Wildlife Trust: Membership Officer. Posted on Saturday 27th February 2021. Chief Executive Trevor Beattie reports that the government has committed £257m for cycling and walking in 2021-22, perhaps because government policy has ensured that, for most of the population, cycling and walking will be the only transport options they can.

Sussex Wildlife Trust's Malling Down to Mount Caburn at burnt orchid time. Can I have two? Both would be in May. Lewes to Kingston over Juggs and up onto the ridge and Castle Hill Nature Reserve, to walk amongst the butterflies. There's something about the big skies of the Downs when contrasted with the details of something like the burnt. Action for ash at Butcher's Wood. Enjoy a walk around Butcher's Wood for the local community, to learn about how the Woodland Trust's current ash dieback management works. Thu 05 Aug 2021 • Butcher's Wood, near Hassocks, West Sussex. Event Proposed End Date / Time Date: 2nd July 2021 Time: 1700. The restriction will be effective Day-time only from 0800 to 1800. Access maintained for emergency services, residents and pedestrians. Local's diversion via Clappers Lane, Henfield Road, Horn Lane, Shoreham Road. Contact telephone number 03700 500792 Countryside Restoration Trust has received a grant of £20000 to create a brand-new Volunteer Programme. Open Barn @ Bere Marsh Farm. Come and take a first glimpse into the 'Dorset Dream' wildlife jewel box of iconic Bere Marsh Farm on the banks of the River Stour at Shillingstone, near Blandford Forum. Our beloved barn owls get a new roof

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Work is currently underway to form a new Sussex Wildlife Trust (SWT) regional group, centred on Storrington and covering the Arun Valley north of the Downs and south of Horsham. The group will be formed from local SWT members to support the key objectives and activities of the trust in our region Storks versus bulldozers: saving Sussex wildlife areas Elizabeth Riminton-Drury 1 May 2021 Developers are planning to build 3,500 houses on a greenfield site right next to the major rewilding project at the Knepp Estate, blocking a vital wildlife corridor, increasing carbon emissions, and leaving Knepp as a wildlife island in a sea of housing East Sussex. A SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST WOOD. Size: 3.25 ha (8.03 acres) Grid reference: TQ717069. Show location on Google Maps. Gillham Wood is a little oasis of woodland set among the residential area to the west of Bexhill-on-Sea, between Little Common and Cooden Beach and regarded as a valuable treasure by local residents Size: 85.05 ha (210.16 acres) Grid reference: SU976270. Show location on Google Maps. Ebernoe Common is today conserved for its rich wildlife and habitats ' wood pasture, ponds, streams and reclaimed farmland. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. At least half the reserve is ancient woodland and wood pasture and was originally used by. Sussex Study. Our study on the Sussex Downs is the longest-running monitoring project in the world that measures the impact of changes in farming on the fauna and flora of arable land. It started in 1968 with an investigation into the causes of the decline in numbers of the grey partridge. The Sussex Study celebrates its 50th year in 2018.

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Do join us on Thu 17th June (11am-1pm) for an online event finding out about and discussing the pros and cons of tree planting and natural regeneration. Speakers already confirmed include Rina Quinlan (Sussex Wildlife Trust), Rob Coventry (Forestry Commission) and Emma Goldberg (Natural England). We look forward to seeing you there Peak District Challenge3 - 4 July 2021. Our base-camp hub in idyllic Bakewell will welcome over 2,500 adventurers who will test themselves in the fabulous Peak District National Park. There's a full range of camping options, car parking, and extensive hospitality & welfare services across the weekend - with a full 100 km Challenge which.

Sussex Wildlife Trust is now delivering some small-scale events for members, school children, volunteers and the public. We are prioritising being able to deliver these in a way that is safe for participants and our staff. We have not returned to our full events calendar yet, please see the individual events for more details Lost Woods Survey. 7 Jan 2021. Since its launch in July, the Lost Woods of the Low Weald and Downs project has been making steady progress towards rescuing forgotten woodland from ruin. Now we want to hear from you! If you live, own or manage woodland in Sussex in the Lost Woods Project area, you have an opportunity to take part in our new.

The Society was founded in 1984 at the Booth Museum of Natural History, Brighton, and still our Headquarters. We have about 90 members in total, providing a wide range of backgrounds, interests, professions and ages. We have a calendar of meetings starting with our monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month from October to April + Google Calendar + iCal Export. Details Date: June 1 Event Categories: Family & Children, Food, Leisure. Organiser repeating until June 30, 2021. Finding Neverland June 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Recurring Event 2021. Event Navigation « 30 Days Wild - Go Wild with Sussex Wildlife Trust; Towner Art Gallery - John Akomfrah:.

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28 June 2021 Dear Patients, 1st VACCINATION PFIZER WALK-IN CLINIC Saturday 3rd July 8.00 - 18.00 (open to patients registered at Glebe, Steyning, Billingshurst, Henfield surgeries.) 2ND VACCINATION APPOINTMENT DATES The following is an update on planned 2nd dose vaccinations at The Glebe Surgery: Original Vaccination Date 2nd Dose Appointment Clinic Pfizer: 15th,16th,17th,23rd May Sunday Lost Woods of the Low Weald and Downs. We're bringing life back to the forgotten and fragmented ancient woods in Sussex. Working with our partners and the local community, we'll transform the landscape to boost biodiversity and revitalise traditional woodland management. close. Children will get the chance to use woods as outdoor learning spaces

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BWPA. 4.747 Me gusta · 1 personas están hablando de esto. The British Wildlife Photography Awards competition Thursday 13 May, 2021. Dave Goulson is Professor of Biology at University of Sussex, author of over 300 scientific publications, and author of several popular science books about bees and other insects, including the bestselling A Sting in the Tale and The Garden Jungle. His new book Gardening for Bumblebees is a practical.

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