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    • Late summer lovin'

      Late summer lovin'

      At this time of year adult bats are turning their attention to finding a mate.

    • Heroes

      Heroes

      They did it!

      If you still wish to donate you can visithttps://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/wildestwalk2016 or text SXWW99 £3 to 70070.

    • The Wildest Walk in Sussex: New boots and feathers:

      The Wildest Walk in Sussex: New boots and feathers:

      On Saturday 24th September, eight Sussex Wildlife Trust colleagues, will be attempting to hike a winding trail through various Sussex Wildlife Trust reserves from Ebernoe Common near Petworth all the way to Seaford Head. It’s a journey of 62 miles.

    • Into the jaws of death

      Into the jaws of death

      Female wasp spiders can be seen in Sussex hanging in their large orb-shaped web in grassland from April to October?

    • Beefy benefits

      Beefy benefits

      Restoring rare heathland habitat at Graffham Common nature reserve

    • Charity Ball success

      Charity Ball success

      Sussex Wildlife Trust welcomed over 200 people to their first ever Charity Ball at the weekend.

    • Amber on the wild side

      Amber on the wild side

      ​Amber Rudd, MP for Hastings and Rye, met with Dr Tony Whitbread, to talk about wildlife and environment issues post Brexit.

    • State of Nature

      State of Nature

      ​More than one in ten UK species threatened with extinction, new study finds

    • Remember a Charity Week

      Remember a Charity Week

      Broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough is supporting Sussex Wildlife Trust in its quest to protect vulnerable wildlife and the places they live by encouraging local people to find out more about its work this week during Remember A Charity Week (12 – 18 September 2016).

    • Rewilding in Sussex

      Rewilding in Sussex

      Watch Dr Tony Whitbread, Sussex Wildlife Trust’s CEO, talks about rewilding at the Knepp Estate in West Sussex, on BBC Breakfast.

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