Archive of: Pete Crawford

  • Lost Words Update

    Lost Words Update

    The Lost Words appeal has really taken off and we are well on the way to reaching our initial target – to put a copy of the Lost Words in every state primary school across East & West Sussex, and Brighton & Hove.

  • Lost Words

    Lost Words

    Can you help us send a copy of ‘The Lost Words’ to every primary school in Sussex?

  • 30 Days Wild this June

    30 Days Wild this June

    It’s an undisputed fact that a generation of children are growing up disconnected from nature and only one in ten children ever play in wild places - Sussex Wildlife Trust is doing something about it.

  • Take two onions

    Take two onions

    Wild garlic is a relative of the bluebell and is flowering in woodlands across Sussex

  • Shakespeare's Plants

    Shakespeare's Plants

    400 years ago, Shakespeare died, leaving a legacy of plays and sonnets. He often invoked the natural world and mentioned many plants in his work.

  • B used to be for Bluebell, now B is for Broadband

    Author Pete CrawfordHead of People and WildlifeThere is a campaign, led by authors including Margaret Atwood and Michael Morpurgo against the decision of the Oxford Junior Dictionary (aimed at 7-9 year olds) to drop 50 nouns that describe the natural world. These