Author Kathy Greenautumn garden / Kathy GreenJack Frost visited for the first time last Saturday. My young grandson, the two dogs and I came upon him quite unexpectedly in the fields by the stream. His white spiky fingers crept
Overall Winning Image - Mark BromilowAn atmospheric black and white image of the Brighton skyline in the midst of a starling murmuration by Mark Bromilow was selected as the overall winner of Sussex Wildlife Trust's 2011 photography competition. Twelve
Author Huw MorganForedown Allotment Pumpkins / Huw MorganThe Access to Nature project has been working at Foredown Allotments in Portslade, involving local people with the development of the allotment and with conservation work within the surrounding woodland.
Join Neil Fletcher and Deirdre Huston as they judge the entries in Sussex Wildlife Trust's 2011 Sussex Seasons Photography Competition. The full list of winners will be announced this week.Film by Neil Fletcher & Sandra Mills.
Author Tony Whitbread Chanctonbury Ring / Kevin Tuck The National Park has been functional for about six months now and one of its biggest jobs has been to encourage engagement with people throughout the Park.My view is that they
Ah-choo! April has more pollen & sneezing for hayfever sufferers. Some say April's named after the Latin aperere, meaning “to open”, referring to bursting buds, unfurling leaves & blooming blossom. Charlotte tells us more about bud burst. 📸 Alan Price https://t.co/ebOWid9X9Kpic.twitter.com/oBhJXjHmmy
At about 12.30 today the sky over Rye Harbour village became very noisy with alarming Herring Gulls. This is often the sign of a bird of prey, such as a Red Kite flying over, but today it was something bigger...