Author Archives: Nikki

Team Building Day in North Mundham

As a charity with over 20 years of experience in conservation, we have put on many training days to share our accumulated knowledge and skills on creating long lasting habitats for wildlife… Continue reading

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Autumn Winter Newsletter 2019

This year’s autumn winter newsletter is now out! Our newsletter team have received a great range of articles and photos from our members and volunteers, as well as words from our new trustee, Alex Ainge… Continue reading

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Eileen Savill Award for Young People 2019: The Results

This year’s Eileen Savill Award for young people received so many fantastic nominations, that the judges decided to select 5 winners!… Continue reading

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9 Volunteering Questions from the FLOW Project Team

The Fixing and Linking Our Wetlands (FLOW) project team would like to hear from you, to help us learn more about what motivates people to volunteer for charities. Continue reading

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New Birding Blog: Wildlife with Hugh

Previously commended by the MWHG for his dedication to conserving and championing wildlife, 2018 Eileen Savill Award winner, Hugh Baggaley, is now leading his own guided birding walks… Continue reading

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Buckthorn for Brimstones: Get Involved with Transition Chichester’s Project

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FLOW News Bulletin 10 October 2019

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Selsey Great British Beach Clean Results 2019

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New Volunteering Opportunities: Fundraising, Team Leading and Marketing

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Transforming the Forgotten North Mundham Canal

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