Archive of: Richard Cobden

  • Stop, Look and Listen for Wildlife

    Stop, Look and Listen for Wildlife

    The summer holidays are in full swing and August is a wonderful time to get outside to see what you can spot in your local patch of Sussex nature.

  • Eco Fashion

    Eco Fashion

    Find out more about Rapanui, the eco-fashion people behind the Trust’s clothing range. Plus details of an exciting Christmas offer.

  • Sussex Wildlife Trust Clothing Range Launched

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerThe Sussex Wildlife Trust is very excited to have teamed-up with Rapanui, the award-winning eco-fashion brand, to create a new clothing range. All the designs take their inspiration from our love of Sussex, its landscape
  • The Badgers Quiz

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerHow much do you know about badgers in popular culture?[playbuzz-item url=http://www.playbuzz.com/sussexwildlifetrust10/famous-badgers-quiz]If the embedded content doesn't display please click here
  • Build a bottle bird feeder

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerAs you know, here at the Sussex Wildlife Trust we are always keen to recycle and help wildlife in our gardens, so I was excited to see this brilliantly simple idea for upcycling empty plastic bottles as bird feeders.
  • Halloween Badger Pumpkin Stencil

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerDownload the Sussex Wildlife Trust badger stencilhere and create a wild decoration for your Halloween pumpkin. Let's get startedHow to create a pumpkin badger
  • It's time to vote for your favourite

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerOur Photography Competition judges had the difficult task of selecting 12 finalists from over 600 entries. Congratulations to all the finalists and thank you to everyone who entered the competition. The quality
  • Simply the Best

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media Officer Chris MoleThe theme for this year's Sussex Wildlife Trust photography competition is 'Simply the Best'. You can find all the details you need to enter on our
  • Bank Holiday Wildlife

    Lots of people were out and about in Sussex over the May Bank Holiday weekend enjoying the warm weather, many shared the wildlife they saw with us via the Sussex Wildlife Trust's Facebook, Twitter and Flickr pages. Here is the story of what they saw:
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