Archive of: June, 2015

  • 'Wild Woodies' Summer Holiday Clubs

    'Wild Woodies' Summer Holiday Clubs

    Sussex Wildlife Trust is leading fun-packed outdoor activity days for children across the county throughout the summer holidays in Henfield, Brighton, Crawley, Seaford and Rye.

  • New Wildlife Recruit

    New Wildlife Recruit

    Oly Sayers, aged 20, from Rudgwick near Horsham, has been chosen as Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Volunteer Assistant Reserves Officer thanks to a grant from The Prince’s Countryside Fund.

  • Woods Mill Visit

    Woods Mill Visit

    Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Eastbourne Regional Group visit Woods Mill nature reserve

  • The lesser of two weevils

    The lesser of two weevils

    Too often, important parts of the natural world like slugs and algae and micro moths are overlooked purely because there is no one expert enough or with enough patience to identify them.

  • Wild Worthing Competition

    Wild Worthing Competition

    If you garden with wildlife in mind Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Wild About Worthing project is organising a competition just for you.

    Whether you have a wildlife garden on your balcony or a bigger space with fruit trees and a pond – there is a category to suit you.

  • Happy Birthday Brighton Biosphere

    Happy Birthday Brighton Biosphere

    The Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere is now a year old and in that time it has built up a good record of pioneering a positive future for people and nature in the area.