Archive of: Swt News

  • Badger baby boom

    Badger baby boom

    Badgers are busily spring cleaning their setts as they prepare for new arrivals.

  • New Nature & Bushcraft groups across Sussex

    New Nature & Bushcraft groups across Sussex

    Due to popular demand, Sussex Wildlife Trust is expanding its programme of monthly weekend groups for families to enjoy outdoor fun, explore and connect with the natural world across the county this spring.

  • The Animal Symphony

    The Animal Symphony

    ​The nightingales at Woods Mill star in Sky TV’s ‘The Animal Symphony’. Mike Russell joined presenter Chris Packham and composer Nitin Sawhney when they filmed in May.

  • Bags of Fun

    Bags of Fun

    Thanks to a £3,000 donation from the Southern Co-operative’s ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ campaign, we have been able to develop our work with children and young people.

  • Happy Apple Day

    Happy Apple Day

    ​October is the month of apple festivals and the countryside is littered with fallen fruit providing a welcome feast for our wildlife.

  • 'Wild Sussex' Photo Comp vote open

    'Wild Sussex' Photo Comp vote open

    Twelve superb wildlife and landscape images have been chosen from the hundreds entered in this year’s Sussex Wildlife Trust ‘Wild Sussex’ photo competition. Now it’s up to you to decide the overall winner and vote for your favourite by 31 October.

  • Amber on the wild side

    Amber on the wild side

    ​Amber Rudd, MP for Hastings and Rye, met with Dr Tony Whitbread, to talk about wildlife and environment issues post Brexit.

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