Archive of: July, 2012

  • 29 July 2012

    The Pirates of Pebsham

    Author Nikki HillsMaking a jellyfish / Nikki HillsWill it rain? Will it be too windy to put up the marquee? These were the questions running through our minds in the weeks leading up

  • 26 July 2012

    Author Mike Russellswifts are returning home / Stefan Johansson I'm sitting here writing this article, mopping the perspiration from my brow as the sun streams through the office window. It's hard to

  • 25 July 2012

    Poems in the Park

    fox cubs / Hugh ClarkSussex Wildlife Trust is pleased to welcome Jan Wilkins as a guest blogger this Summer. Jan is a Bexhill poet, writing as Jan Hedger.Hi everyone! Summer holidays are here and a

  • 23 July 2012

    If you love him, set him free. . .

    Author Janyis Watsonstag beetle / Graeme LyonsI found myself reciting the A.A. Milne poem, Forgiven, to myself the other evening. Having enjoyed it as a child, I now find myself questioning the 'happy'

  • 19 July 2012

    Blitzing your garden

    Author Laura Brookgarden snail / Richard CobdenHow refreshing to notice something that you have never spotted before. During a familiar walk to work you might just happen to notice the beautiful architecture above the everyday

  • 17 July 2012

    Fox in a box

  • 15 July 2012

    The Sweet Smell of Success

  • 12 July 2012

    The Big Sussex Butterfly Count

    Two teams will scour the county from the back of a Land Rover for The Big Sussex Butterfly Count armed only with their wits and a butterfly net to see who can count the most species on Friday 13 July.The

  • 11 July 2012

    A Walk in the Park

    Author Ronnie Reedshelduck / Dave KilbeyIt has been a depressing summer. Leaving aside world economics, corrupt banking systems, and slugs that have eaten their way through everything I have sown or planted this year (could we

  • 09 July 2012

    When is a flood a good flood?

  • 06 July 2012

    Saving the Forestry Commission is just the start

    Author Tony Whitbreadnightingale / Sergey YeliseevGovernment has now committed to keeping the public forest estate in public hands. This, however, is not the end of the matter. There are many good recommendations in the Independent

  • 05 July 2012