Join us for the launch of Wilding Waterhall

20 May 2022

Events to launch our local wilding project from 28 May - 5 June.

A week long series of free events is being held to celebrate the launch of the Wilding Waterhall project.

These events will showcase this flagship wilding project for The Living Coast region, where a former Brighton & Hove City Council golf course is now being sustainably managed to prioritise our native local wildlife and habitats.

Events include walks and talks around the former golf course site on the edge of the city, highlighting some of the natural treasures that can be found as well as future plans for the site.  Attendees will be able to learn about :

  • Creatures of the Night
  • Butterflies and Day Flying Moths of Waterhall
  • What is Rewilding?
  • Wilding Waterhall – Management & Future Vision
  • Reptiles & Amphibians
  • The Mammals of Waterhall
  • Dawn chorus at Waterhall
  • Wildflowers of Waterhall
  • Waterhall’s History & Heritage
  • Waterhall’s Invertebrates

All events are free but places are limited and can be booked on a first come first served basis.

You can book on to the events here.

Photo by Liz Finlayson/Vervate The Living Coast, the Brighton & Lewes Downs UNESCO Biosphere Region includes land and sea from Shoreham to Newhaven. An orchid grows n chalk grassland in East Brighton

Wilding Waterhall is part of the Changing Chalk project, which aims to create a sustainable future for the Downs.  Changing Chalk is made possible thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Find out more about Changing Chalk here.

basking adder

By The Living Coast

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