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Cassidy’s Wildlife Pond

8 July 2021 | by Cassidy Mabey

I started off at the start of the Easter holidays and one of my mums friends, Gemma, who is an environmentalist, was hosting a project to donate 1 metre squared to wildlife. Then while visiting a local pond at our...

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Friends of Sutton Downs update

4 July 2021 | by Karen Hall

  June was a perfect month for outdoor meeting, generating ideas and networking as plans for the Growing Project at the Downs are gaining momentum and support. Lewes District Council agreed with the contractors to let the grass around the...

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The Sea – By James Meek

22 February 2021 | by Cllr James Meek

The Sea, La Mer, Das Meer, no words contain The vastness of your boundless, deep domain. From pole to pole, all latitudes you reach, An endless ebb and flow foaming each beach. Millenia have watched your countless tides, Leviathans, moon-moved...

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Road verge in Seaford with wild flowers.

Spring into Renaturing Webinars

10 February 2021 | by Gemma McFarlane

In February, The Lewes Climate Hub and Seaford Environmental Alliance held two rewilding webinars entitled Spring into Renaturing. We heard from people working on a range of projects from rewilding on a large scale to those telling us what we...

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A burnet moth.

A Small Space for Wildlife

7 February 2021 | by Dinah Pryor

Seaford features a wide range of residential accommodation with very different outdoor spaces. If you don’t have a large garden, there’s always something you can do for wildlife, even in a small paved area. Here are 10 simple things you...

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The green roof I made

22 November 2020 | by Cllr James Meek

I had tiled the roof of my garage ages ago, but was having problems with leaks, so knew I was going to have to strip it all off to remedy the problem. When it came to it I thought it...

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