19 November 2022 | by Helen
The amazing Renaturing Seaford website, put together by Judy Pepper in partnership with many nature and wildlife groups in Seaford, and designed by Lynda Durrant of Full Circle Design is a communication hub, sharing awareness of the importance of biodiversity and nature in Seaford. Find out more about the groups working together to renature Seaford in the face of climate and ecological breakdown. You can also share news and observations, run a page for your own group, find volunteers and like-minded people to swap ideas with, or offer help and expertise to others. you can sign up to their newsletter too!
This online workshop on Wednesday 30 November at 7.30pm will use climate simulation models to explore different scenarios for reducing emissions of greenhouse gas and reach net zero. Sounds good? That’s because it is! You’ll work in a group to try possible strategies and then ‘run’ the simulations in real-time to discover how well your strategies might work. We are very fortunate to have Dr David Faraday from What Next? Climate Emergency Centres to guide us through these climate simulations
Book your FREE TICKET here: Climate Action Workshop Tickets, Wed 30 Nov 2022 at 19:30 | Eventbrite.
Join us for a screening of the just released award winning film ‘The Oil Machine’ on Saturday 3 December at 7pm at St James Trust, Blatchington Road. This is the second cinematic event at ‘The Little Green Cinema’ in Seaford!
Just £3 per ticket. To book, and for more about the film, click this link: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/563127.
Read the Friends of Sutton Downs Autumn Newsletter for details of two planting dates for volunteers on 20 November and 11 December, and other news showing great progress with this community project near the Leisure Centre.
Despite declaring a ‘climate emergency’ over 3 years ago, East Sussex County Council (ESCC) is still investing local people’s pensions in the giant oil companies – like Shell and BP – that are driving the climate crisis. join this fun, peaceful protest at County Hall at on Tuesday 6 December at 9am and make your voice heard. More information on Divest East Sussex’s website
If you voted for us to be Co-Op’s preferred charity on their Co-Op reward cards this year- thank you!
We can hardly believe we received over 3k from the Co-Op last week which was gladly accepted, with gratitude, by one of our volunteers Jon. The money will go a long way towards furthering important community projects work in 2023.