Archive of: June, 2016

  • Mr Wildlife

    Mr Wildlife

    ​Sussex Wildlife Trust says goodbye to one of its most charismatic and loved members of staff at the end of this month when Mike Russell, nicknamed ‘Mr Wildlife’ by his colleagues, retires after over 30 years.

  • Churchyard Wildlife In Lewes

    In recent years volunteers have been managing the churchyard of St John Sub Castro in Lewes for wildlife. Through dedicated cutting, raking and planting a previously overgrown corner of the churchyard is turning into a flower-rich wildlife haven. The churchyard's wildlife certainly approves and so do the human visitors who
  • The Sussex Trug

    The Sussex Trug

    A guest blog by Sarah Page from The Truggery for Sussex Day, looks at the history of the Sussex Trug - The basket of the Weald.

  • Something to be proud of

    Something to be proud of

    Congratulations to the Arun and Rother Connections (ARC) Project which was shortlisted as one of three national examples of best practice in environment and conservation in the UK

  • Another Chance Discovery

    Another Chance Discovery

    So many discoveries happen by chance… and this was the case yesterday with a new Red Data Book species for Rye Harbour.

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