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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.

Climate change is the biggest threat to the countryside. That's why we're taking part in ‘The Time Is Now’, an exciting public event taking place on 26 June that gives you the chance to talk face-to-face to your MP about climate change and the environment.

CPRE Sussex is currently attending the public examination of the Wealden Local Plan (May 2019) at the East Sussex National Golf course.

An environmental project to plant hundreds more trees in and around Brighton and Hove has received a double financial boost totalling £14,700.

Friday, 17 May 2019 11:14

You are invited to our AGM 2019

You are invited to our AGM 2019
On Friday, 5th July
at Bates Green Farm Café Barn, Tye Hill Road, Arlington, BN26 6SH

Letter published by the West Sussex Gazette, 15 May 2019

Friday, 26 April 2019 11:20

Plant Your Postcode

Plant Your Postcode is an exciting initiative to increase the number of trees on streets and in parks throughout towns and cities across Sussex. Initially we are focussing on the Brighton & Hove area but hope to roll out the project more widely in time.

Friday, 26 April 2019 10:35

A29 ‘Bypass’ Response 2019

The CPRE Arun group has responded to the recent consultation on the A29 to highlight concerns about the funding and phasing of the road and the impact on the natural environment. 

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