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At a meeting on Wednesday July 17, Wealden District Council’s cabinet resolved to recommend the full council declare a ‘climate emergency’ in light of reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. This will be discussed by councillors when they meet for a full council meeting next Wednesday, July 24.

Gatwick continues to ignore rural communities and the impact it is having on our planet says CPRE Sussex in response to the Gatwick Master Plan launched on 18th July. Despite the Airport commission decision to expand Heathrow, Gatwick will pursue a plan to use the ‘emergency’ or ‘standby’ runway as a second runway whilst also safeguarding land for a third runway.

The Countryside Charity, CPRE Sussex has appointed Prof Dan Osborn, as its new Chair.

Countryside charity, CPRE Sussex says it’s excited for the future after an ‘incredible response’ to the launch of its city tree planting project.

Thursday, 18 July 2019 09:08

Summer visit to Charleston Farmhouse

Our summer visit to Charleston Farmhouse was like those enticing 3 for 1 offers you get in supermarkets - a tour of the house followed by a visit to the art exhibition and a stroll round the very pretty gardens.

Our AGM was well received last Friday, with over 70 members, friends and colleagues enjoying the glorious weather and countryside setting of Bates Green Farm near Arlington and the thought provoking presentations given by our speakers Prof Dan Osborn, School of Human Ecology at UCL, and Dr Tony Whitbread, President of the Sussex Wildlife Trust.

Monday, 01 July 2019 13:50

Sussex Review Spring/Summer 2019

CPRE Sussex Review Spring/Summer 2019. Contents include

Study shows 571 species wiped out, and scientists say figure is likely to be big underestimate.

Tuesday, 11 June 2019 13:16

Volunteering? "Just do it"

Volunteering for CPRE Sussex is “fun, rewarding and educational,” according to Lorna Train who organises the charity’s summer tours.

The First Minister for Wales has cancelled the M4 bypass around Newport – an outbreak of good sense that we hope will spread to South East England, writes Henri Brocklebank on the Sussex Wildlife Trust website.

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