Archive of: Graffham Common

  • Sundews

    Sundews

    The sundew is a carnivorous plant found growing in Sussex

  • Be tick aware

    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.

  • 6666 the number of beasts

    6666 the number of beasts

    Sussex Wildlife Trustโ€™s ecologist makes more exciting finds at Graffham Common nature reserve

  • Beefy benefits

    Beefy benefits

    Restoring rare heathland habitat at Graffham Common nature reserve

  • Funding for Nature

    Funding for Nature

    Thanks to a generous ยฃ9,739 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

    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.

  • 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
  • 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