Archive of: November, 2015

  • Quercus robur and Friends

    Quercus robur and Friends

    Food, shelter, support oaks provide it all for hundreds of living creatures. For us they are a thing of beauty that makes us stop for a second, take a breath and admire and then move on into the misty rain.

  • 15% Off Christmas Cards

    15% Off Christmas Cards

    We have discounted our Christmas Cards for this weekend (until midnight on 29/11/15)

  • The Gift Economy

    The Gift Economy

    As the frenzied rush to buy presents for Christmas ensues, I am thinking about how I can gift things to people, rather than giving them gifts. I may not receive anything back in return, but to me a smile is worth more than money.

  • A Sussex Village and its Birds

    A Sussex Village and its Birds

    Henfield can be justly proud of this wildlife project. It is long-term and plans are already going ahead for the next survey in 2019. It is contributing a tremendous amount to our bird knowledge at a local, county and national scale as well as a giving an intimate picture of a Sussex parish and its wildlife.

  • Running Wild

    Running Wild

    ​Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for five keen runners to take part in next year’s Brighton Marathon

  • The smartest tiddler in the school

    The smartest tiddler in the school

    The countryside around Sussex is one big classroom – so help us to ensure that more kids get out and enjoy it - there is so much to be learned.

  • Helping Fish Commute

    Helping Fish Commute

    Whilst installing man-made structures, little thought was historically given to the need for most fish species to move around - upstream and downstream to find food, shelter and other fish to breed with.

  • Colouring Competition Winners

    Colouring Competition Winners

    ​Two youngsters from Sussex have tied for first place in a wildlife colouring competition organised by the Sussex Wildlife Trust.

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