Unearthing our local Heritage

Unearthing our local Heritage

Our museums in Brighton & Hove play host to both human and natural history of The Living Coast, including an exhibition of local paintings by Constable currently on display.

Posted: 28 April 2017 | Comments: 0

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Eco-Champion young adult sought!

Eco-Champion young adult sought!

We are looking for a young adult who can represent our Biosphere at UNESCO's international Youth Forum meeting - apply within!

Posted: 21 April 2017 | Comments: 0

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‘The Living Coast’ comes alive!

‘The Living Coast’ comes alive!

The Brighton & Lewes Downs UNESCO World Biosphere Region has unveiled a new identity for our area as ‘The Living Coast’ – billed as the place where people and nature come together in our world-class environment.

The Living Coast (‘TLC’) aims to engage many more residents, organisations and visitors in enjoying and improving our special environment of Downs, Towns and Coast which are the three elements of the new identity.

Posted: 31 March 2017 | Comments: 0

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Giving our House Sparrows a Home

Giving our House Sparrows a Home

The House Sparrow (scientific name Passer domesticus) is one of the most iconic urban birds in Britain, sharing our urban areas with us....

Posted: 02 March 2017 | Comments: 0

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Elm Haven

Elm Haven

Our Biosphere is naturally unique by being the host of the National Elm Collection in Brighton & Hove, boasting some of the rarest elm tree varieties in the world in our parks, streets, schools and gardens...

Posted: 03 February 2017 | Comments: 5

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Natural Outlook

Natural Outlook

On a crisp and frosty January morning the South Downs are stunning. Each blade of grass becomes a glistening jewel. This sparkling landscape stuns us throughout the year, its gentle inclines and steep scarp slopes contrasting so perfectly to the towns below on the coast, Weald and flood-plains.

Posted: 05 January 2017 | Comments: 0

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Festive Flora

Festive Flora

Your tinsel covered Christmas tree may be a big part of your festive celebrations but, as we pass through winter, there are a number of native evergreen plants in our Biosphere that provide a vital service for our wildlife – notably Ivy and Mistletoe.

Posted: 30 November 2016 | Comments: 0

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Meet the Family!

Posted: 03 November 2016 | Comments: 0

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The Dark Side of the Downs

Posted: 07 October 2016 | Comments: 1

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What Lies Beneath?

Posted: 02 September 2016 | Comments: 0

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