Archive of: Swt News

  • Otter spotted in central Sussex

    Otter spotted in central Sussex

    An eagle-eyed member of the public couldn’t believe his eyes when he caught sight of what he thought was an otter swimming in a river in central Sussex.

  • Interview with Photo Competition Winner Jamie Fielding

    Interview with Photo Competition Winner Jamie Fielding

    Jamie Fielding, winner of our 2018 online photography competition, with a stunning landscape image of a poppy field called South Downs Sunrise, tells us a bit about himself and how he came to take the winning photograph

  • No more plastic

    No more plastic

    Membership Development Manager Debbie is delighted that efforts to ditch plastic wrapping for membership packs and our bi-annual wildlife magazine mailings have been successful, and we have now ditched the plastic wrap

  • Barn Owl breeding success

    Barn Owl breeding success

    It’s been six years in waiting, but Woods Mill once again rejoices in the successful breeding of a pair of barn owls.

  • Natural Flood Management Project

    Natural Flood Management Project

    The Sussex Flow Initiative use natural flood management & works with natural processes to make land and homes more resilient during times of flood.

  • ​Wildlife to be destroyed by blinkered decision making

    ​Wildlife to be destroyed by blinkered decision making

    Short sightedness and an obsessive belief that we must build our way out of congestion is going to mean irreparable damage to some of our most valuable wildlife.Highways England’s announcement today (11 May 2018) to plough ahead with option 5A of the Arundel Bypass will result in the
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