‘Because there’s no Planet B’
The national Look Up At The Sky day takes place on Sunday (April 14) and is a chance to stop for a moment and take in the natural beauty around us.
The tiny house sparrow was recently named as the most frequently seen bird in Sussex after the RSPB conducted its Big Bird Watch earlier this year.
Customers and staff from Places for People will be in Eastbourne on April 16, clearing litter and helping to improve the local environment.
The bluebells have arrived early this year at Arlington Bluebell Walk and the popular attraction is opening next week.
The top 20 most common birds in East Sussex have been revealed after this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch in January.
A huge rise in electric car ownership in Sussex has failed to spark a widespread network of charging points across the county, an investigation has revealed.
The results of this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch have been revealed with more than 7.5 million sightings across the UK over the weekend of January 26 to 28.
A campaign to fix one of Britain’s most treasured walking trails, the South Downs Way, has hit its £120,000 target following a community fundraising effort.
A pod of dolphins was spotted at sea near Newhaven yesterday afternoon (April 2).
New pilot signs have been installed in 19 sites across the South Downs National Park – including in Eastbourne and Cuckmere Haven.
A group of Sussex residents has come together to highlight the issue of roadside litter and debris discarded along the A27.
A trailblazing Eastbourne butcher is the first and perhaps only in the area to go completely plastic-free.
More than a dozen East Sussex schools are taking part in a challenge to encourage cycling and walking to school.
Enjoy the magnolia, blossom, daffodils and bluebells this Easter and finish your country walk with a chocolate treat for the children at the National Trust’s annual Cadbury egg hunt events.
Pevensey Parish Council has organised a litter pick on March 30.
Nearly half of South East residents have stopped using plastic cups and straws to be more eco-friendly, a study has shown.
Eastbourne town centre’s improvement works have been hit by two issues concerning paving.
A charity dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves, beaches and wildlife is taking plastic pollution head on with coordinated beach cleans along our coast.
Safeguarding water supplies from drought across Sussex and the South-East will come under scrutiny at a special meeting next week.