Archive of: November, 2015

  • Icicles - Winter Magic

    Icicles - Winter Magic

    Create Christmas decorations with the Sussex Wildlife Trust, inspired by icicles hanging from the trees. All the family can take part in making festive decorations for their home and garden on 5 December at Seven Sisters Country Park near Eastbourne.

  • Successful Veolia Grant at Burton & Chingford Ponds Local Nature Reserve

    Successful Veolia Grant at Burton & Chingford Ponds Local Nature Reserve

    The Sussex Wildlife Trust has been really fortunate in gaining a grant for carrying out access and wildlife improvements to our land which is part of Burton and Chingford Ponds Local Nature Reserve. The grant is being provided by Veolia Environment Trust as part of the Landfill Communities Fund.

  • Every Child Wild

    Every Child Wild

    Sima Kotecha from BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, spent the morning with 12 Nature Tots aged 3-4 years and their parents. Concerned about children’s growing disconnection from the natural world, Sima was interested visit the Sussex Wildlife Trust to find out the difference between playing in the woods and going to a park or your own back garden.

  • Prickly Heat!

    Prickly Heat!

    About this time each year Roger Musselle and his wife Fleur who run Roger’s Wildlife Rescue at Woodingdean get calls from concerned members of the public who find hedgehogs with burns or other injuries or just small and underweight and not in a fit state to survive hibernation.

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