Archive of: November, 2019

  • Alf Simpson MBE

    Alf Simpson MBE

    ​We were saddened to hear about the death of Alf Simpson MBE. Alf made an exceptional contribution to nature conservation in Sussex for many decades

  • Circular fashion, not fast fashion

    Circular fashion, not fast fashion

    Even reducing what we buy won’t fix fast fashion, but if you can take material currently thrown away and make it into new products, then things can change. That’s where Circular Fashion comes in.

  • Wilder Horsham District

    Wilder Horsham District

    Sussex Wildlife Trust are delighted that this evening a new five year partnership between Sussex Wildlife Trust and Horsham District Council was agreed by Councillors

  • Community competition for climate change resilience

    Community competition for climate change resilience

    Community groups in Sussex can apply for a £500 grant to help create climate change resilience in their local community thanks to David Saddington and other speakers at the January 2020 Landscape Innovation Conference, organised by Sussex Wildlife Trust and the University of Sussex.

  • Something to crow about

    Something to crow about

    The results of just a few dedicated volunteers grafting to create natural flood storage in their local woodland were more spectacular than we could have hoped for.

  • Creating Climate Capacity

    Creating Climate Capacity

    On January 23 2020, we will be holding a Landscape Innovation Conference in partnership with Sussex University. This Conference is a first step for us, in helping to support and inspire local people to find solutions to the climate crisis.

  • Wood Pigeon

    Wood Pigeon

    They’re big, they’re loud and they’re everywhere – but most of us wouldn’t give a wood pigeon a second glance. But pigeons are far from boring, and even the commonest creatures have their secrets.

  • A beacon of hope

    A beacon of hope

    There is great potential for Brighton & Hove City Council to restore nature at Hollingbury and Waterhall Golf Courses, especially as BHCC have done something similar before at Beacon Hill

  • Behind the Lens with Richard Sharman, LRPS

    Behind the Lens with Richard Sharman, LRPS

    ​Sussex Wildlife Trust member Richard Sharman generously donated all of the stunning images that appear in our 2020 wildlife calendar. We speak to him about what photography means to him, as well as his love of nature.

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