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  • Up and running

    Up and running

    The Trust has set up a new volunteer group in Brighton

  • Zero to Hero

    Zero to Hero

    The Deneway nature reserve in Brighton, had no wildlife records, our ecologist visited the site to change that and was surpised at what he found…

  • Snowdrops - a sign of spring

    Snowdrops - a sign of spring

    Snowdrops are often the first sign of spring and a sure indication that milder weather is on its way. If you are out and about in January it’s not too early to see clusters of bright white bell-shaped flowers in woodlands, parks, gardens and churchyards.

  • Hair ice

    Hair ice

    This unusual ice formation, known as hair ice or frost beard, was spotted by our Reserve Manager at Eridge Rocks nature reserve in the High Weald.

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