Archive of: September, 2016

  • Visiting The Mens

    Visiting The Mens

    The Wildest Walk is off to a flying start. Starting in the wildwood near Petworth, our hardy team of walks have completed the first 5 miles, covering Ebernoe Common, Butcherlands, Badlands Meadow and and The Mens.

    Support the Wildest Walk by texting: SXWW99 £3 to 70070 to donate £3.

  • Off they go

    Off they go

    The Wildest Walk has begun as out team of walkers have left Ebernoe Common nature reserve on their mammoth hike to Seaford Head raising money for the Sussex Wildlife Trust.
  • The Wildest Walk in Sussex: New boots and feathers:

    The Wildest Walk in Sussex: New boots and feathers:

    On Saturday 24th September, eight Sussex Wildlife Trust colleagues, will be attempting to hike a winding trail through various Sussex Wildlife Trust reserves from Ebernoe Common near Petworth all the way to Seaford Head. It’s a journey of 62 miles.

  • Long time no see...

    Long time no see...

    Beetle not seen in UK for 114 years found at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.

  • Into the jaws of death

    Into the jaws of death

    Female wasp spiders can be seen in Sussex hanging in their large orb-shaped web in grassland from April to October?

  • Beefy benefits

    Beefy benefits

    Restoring rare heathland habitat at Graffham Common nature reserve

  • Charity Ball success

    Charity Ball success

    Sussex Wildlife Trust welcomed over 200 people to their first ever Charity Ball at the weekend.

  • Carved in stone

    Carved in stone

    The turf-covered shingle ridges of Castle Farm and Castle Water, near Rye, are too inhospitable for oak trees but…

  • Amber on the wild side

    Amber on the wild side

    ​Amber Rudd, MP for Hastings and Rye, met with Dr Tony Whitbread, to talk about wildlife and environment issues post Brexit.

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