Archive of: Ella Garrud

  • Wild Beach Training

    Wild Beach Training

    Wild Beach is based on a fundamental respect for children and young people and for their capacity to instigate, test and maintain curiosity in the world around them. Ella Garrud tells us about Wild Beach training on Holywell Beach in Eastbourne

  • Unblocktober

    Unblocktober

    Sussex Wildlife Trust are supporting Unblocktober – a national campaign and awareness month during October to improve the health of our drains, sewers, watercourses and seas.

  • Help Our Kelp - Year One Anniversary

    Help Our Kelp - Year One Anniversary

    One year ago, the Help Our Kelp Partnership was formed with the aim of regenerating the much depleted West Sussex kelp forests.

  • Help Our Kelp update

    Help Our Kelp update

    Please write to your local Sussex MP to ask for The Sussex Near Shore Trawling Byelaw to be implemented to Help Our Kelp

  • Marine Litter

    Marine Litter

    As Coronavirus lockdown measures continue to ease, there has been a noticeable spike in the amount of rubbish being left on beaches as more people are able to spend more time at the coast. Find out what you can do to help.

  • Nudibranchs AKA Seaslugs

    Nudibranchs AKA Seaslugs

    Ella Garrud spends lockdown thinking about what she might be seeing in rockpools, such as nudibranchs or seaslugs, which are not closely related to garden slugs.

  • Sussex Seahorses

    Sussex Seahorses

    We have had a few reports recently of sightings of one our most elusive marine creatures – the small yet charismatic seahorse.