Spotlight

We regularly highlight people, nature, places, and things hapening here that demonstrate what makes The Living Coast so special.

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TAP to protect our precious groundwater

TAP to protect our precious groundwater

A major five-year £500,000 project has launched to help safeguard the chalk aquifer of the South Downs that supplies water to 1.2m people and is under increasing threat from climate change.

Posted: 31 March 2020 | Comments: 0

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BHESCo making it easy for communities to take action on climate change

BHESCo making it easy for communities to take action on climate change

Brighton and Hove Energy Services Co-op (BHESCo)are a not-for-profit social enterprise who are dedicated to helping homeowners, schools and businesses in Sussex to meet their daily needs with low-cost, low-carbon energy.

Posted: 03 March 2020 | Comments: 0

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Great Weather for Toads!

Great Weather for Toads!

Members of the Roundhill Community have been finding new ways to appreciate the soggy weather we’ve been having recently… by heading out to their newly-registered ‘Toad Crossing’ site to look out for urban amphibians ...

Posted: 21 February 2020 | Comments: 0

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Join Nature2020 events

Join Nature2020 events

Local organisations and groups are invited to host events and activities as part of Nature2020, celebrating the richness and significance of The Living Coast and actively engage more people in the care and conservation of local nature.

Posted: 29 January 2020 | Comments: 0

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Winter’s Dance of Starlings

Winter’s Dance of Starlings

Murmurations of starlings paint beautifully intricate patterns in the sky, a mass aerial stunt of thousands of birds

Posted: 12 December 2019 | Comments: 1

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Get outdoors with the kids

Get outdoors with the kids

It’s vitally important for everyone to spend time in nature every day. Here are a few tips to get children outdoors.

Posted: 24 October 2019 | Comments: 0

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The Living Shoreline in pictures

The Living Shoreline in pictures

Local Naturalist and Photographer Steve Homewood explores the extraordinary interface between land, sea and air across The Living Coast

Posted: 15 October 2019 | Comments: 0

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Get your hands dirty gleaning

Get your hands dirty gleaning

Gleaning is the act of collecting leftover crops from farmers' fields after they have been commercially harvested or on fields where it is not economically profitable to harvest.

Posted: 24 September 2019 | Comments: 0

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Clare Talks Rubbish

Clare Talks Rubbish

Local resident Clare is on a mission to create a life less ordinary in whatever way that looks.

Clare Talks Rubbish to inspire positive change for inner and outer landscapes. Promoting a world where individuals feel empowered and the collective absolutely DOES make a difference. A world where we give back rather than take away.

Posted: 02 August 2019 | Comments: 0

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How does the Sussex landscape inspire you?

How does the Sussex landscape inspire you?

Artists, authors, poets, and composers have for centuries been inspired by the local coastline, the South Downs, its natural environment, and the Sussex Weald. Nathan James, has long been inspired by these local landscapes, and is now embarking on an Arts Council-funded project to write a cantata.

Posted: 04 July 2019 | Comments: 0

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Nature 2020

This year is the end of the UN Decade of Biodiversity. Help us mark this by celebrating biodiversity in our biosphere.

Visit Nature2020 websiteProceed to the Living Coast