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    • A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

      A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

      Did you know that Highways England have been running a 4 week consultation on the errors and mistakes in the 2019 consultation they ran on the options for improving the Arundel A27​? The deadline is this Sunday 1 March, but Highways England say you can only respond if you responded to the previous consultation AND the errors they are reporting would have changed your original response.

    • Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

      Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

      Join the Friends of Whitehawk Hill to ‘Beat the Bounds’ and demonstrate our love for this ancient and threatened landscape on Sunday 1 March 2020

    • Nature Tots go wild in March

      Nature Tots go wild in March

      Spring is in the air and Sussex Wildlife Trust Nature Tots parent and child outdoor adventure groups are back for children aged 3-5 in Brighton, Crawley, Eastbourne, Henfield, Horsham and Rye.

    • Ending the War on Nature talks

      Ending the War on Nature talks

      A guest blog from David Johnson, co-founder of Shoreham Wordfest, which are promoting a series of talks on rewilding

    • Biophilia

      Biophilia

      We have a word to describe this innate connection with nature: biophilia. Nature is essential to our very existence but it also makes us happy, and there’s a growing body of evidence describing how the natural world helps to boost our health and wellbeing.

    • Frogs

      Frogs

      Ponds across the county will soon be filling up with an army of amorous frogs, and in this case love can be a battleground

    • Grey heron

      Grey heron

      It’s not unusual for Grey Herons to begin nesting in February, and as one of our largest birds their activity can be hard to miss. They are an imposing sight on the riverbank, standing tall and motionless at the water’s edge as they wait with seemingly endless patience for a potential meal to pass by.

    • The subtle makings of a wild place

      The subtle makings of a wild place

      The natural world is a subtle place, pulsing with intricacies and symbioses - often ignored or misunderstood by us. What does it mean to be natural or wild?

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