Archive of: Graffham Common

  • Be tick aware

    15 June 2022

    Be tick aware

    Now summer is here it is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of ticks, where they live and what sensible precautions you can take.

     
  • Sussex Heathlands

    03 September 2020

    Sussex Heathlands

    Sussex Wildlife Trust manages a lot of heathland within Sussex and each has its own characteristics.

     
  • Secrets of the Heath - free family fun

    01 September 2020

    Secrets of the Heath - free family fun

    Have you ever babysat a sand lizard? Secrets of the Heath returns for 2020 with sizzling line-up of free family fun

     
  • Sundews

    24 July 2019

    Sundews

    The sundew is a carnivorous plant found growing in Sussex

     
  • What has pan-species listing Sussex Wildlife Trust's nature reserves done for us?

    20 January 2019

    What has pan-species listing Sussex Wildlife Trust's nature reserves done for us?

    Graeme Lyons celebrates the updating of the master pan species-list for Sussex Wildlife Trust reserves.

     
  • 6666 the number of beasts

    11 July 2017

    6666 the number of beasts

    Sussex Wildlife Trust’s ecologist makes more exciting finds at Graffham Common nature reserve

     
  • Beefy benefits

    20 September 2016

    Beefy benefits

    Restoring rare heathland habitat at Graffham Common nature reserve

     
  • Funding for Nature

    01 September 2015

    Funding for Nature

    Thanks to a generous £9,739 grant from Viridor Credits Environmental Company, via the Landfill Communities Fund, Sussex Wildlife Trust is working to restore an historic heathland at Graffham Common near Petworth in West Sussex.

     
  • Great news for Graffham Common

    25 August 2015

    Great news for Graffham Common

    A generous grant from Viridor Credits Environmental Company, via the Landfill Communities Fund, is helping to secure a sustainable future for the heathland restoration project at Graffham Common nature reserve.

     
  • 23 January 2014

    Handed to us on a root plate

    Author Graeme LyonsEcologistGraffham Common is not just your typical 'trees off heaths' project. We were not starting with a featureless conifer plantation, there were already some nice sunny glades, areas of wet heath and big old granny pines

     
  • 03 January 2013

    Soggy Bogs Blog

    Author Fran Southgate sundew / Neil FletcherRestoring water quality by enhancing wet heathsWhen I hear people complaining about their water bills, I often ask them what they poured down the