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Robert Bathurst interview with Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Actor Robert Bathurst recently spoke to Emma Chaplin of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to discuss life in lockdown, nature and his frequent visits to Sussex’s natural attractions.

Posted 13:23 Wednesday, Jul 1, 2020 In: Nature Tags: Emma Chaplin Robert Bathurst Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sussex Wildlife Trust

Strandliner’s Andy Dinsdale speaks to Sussex Wildlife Trust

Last month, HOT’s Zelly Restorick offered a plea to spread the word of the local environmental efforts of Strandliners. In a follow-up Emma Chaplin, Communications Officer for the Sussex Wildlife Trust, recently spoke with founder Andy Dinsdale for a personal insight into Strandliners’ work and the man behind the motto, ‘Cleaner rivers, Cleaner seas’. Except where specified, Emma also took the photos.

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to celebrate World Wetlands Day and more!

The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is set to mark World Wetlands Day this Sunday 2 February with two public walks around the site. In addition, the Sussex Wildlife Trust recently announced that their Nature Tots programme will return this Spring to the Reserve (and across Sussex), while also revealing that less litter is being found on Rye’s beaches. HOT’s Jordan Dixon writes.

Posted 16:34 Thursday, Jan 30, 2020 In: Nature Tags: Jordan Dixon Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sussex Wildlife Trust

Discover Rye Harbour Project receives huge grant from National Lottery Heritage Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund recently awarded the Sussex Wildlife Trust a generous grant of over half a million pounds. The funds will contribute to their Discover Rye Harbour Project and help transform the way visitors engage with the natural and cultural heritage of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. The Sussex Wildlife Trust thanks those who made the grant possible and looks ahead to the Reserve’s 50th anniversary.

Posted 09:35 Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 In: Nature Tags: National Lottery Heritage Fund Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sussex Wildlife Trust

Ocean Symposium 2018 and Marine Exhibition

Your ocean needs YOU!

Posted 10:04 Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018 In: The HOT Planet Tags: BBC Earth climate change Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Hastings Voluntary Action Marine Conservation Ocean Symposium Rother Voluntary Action Sir David Attenborough Southern Water st mary in the castle Surfers Against Sewage Sussex Wildlife Trust

Cabinet to discuss strategy to protect countryside sites

A strategy to secure the future of countryside sites across East Sussex will be discussed by cabinet on Tuesday 27 June. Members will be asked to approve the Countryside Access Strategy, which sets out how East Sussex County Council’s 2,000 miles of footpaths, bridleways and byways and 10 countryside sites are managed in the future.

Posted 18:04 Sunday, Jun 25, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Camber Sand Dunes Countryside Access Strategy Ditchling Common Country Park Forest Way Country Park Rye Harbour Nature Reserve South Downs National Park Authority Sussex Wildlife Trust The Cuckoo Trail

Water: not an enemy but a misunderstood friend

As the effects of climate change start to impact all over the world, Sussex Wildlife Trust is committed to helping people understand the importance of wetlands, as they play a vital role acting as ‘overflow storage’ for water which may otherwise flood nearby towns.

Posted 18:15 Friday, Jan 22, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Derek Middleton drought Elliot Neep flooding Fran Southgate Sussex Wildlife Trust Wetlands Officer

Rebirth of Little Roar

Late last year saw the rebirth of Little Roar Gill waterfall in Alexandra Park with help from Sussex Wildlife Trust, Hastings Borough Council and local volunteers. HOT’s newest contributor Alice Hull went along to the opening ceremony.

Posted 23:57 Monday, Jan 20, 2014 In: Green Times Tags: Access to Nature Alexandra Park Hastings Borough Council Little Roar Gill poetry Sussex Wildlife Trust Town parks Urban waterfall
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