Category Archives: _Blogs

Spring/ Summer Newsletter Now Available

Read about the FLOW Project’s progress, an interview with our newest Trustee and the celebration of 100 SWALKs, in the Spring/ Summer Newsletter!                                   Subscribe … Continue reading

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Blitzed! Over 100 Species Recorded at Manor Green Park

Last Wednesday MWHG staff and volunteers gathered at Manor Green Park, adjacent to the Selsey Centre, to discover and record the wildlife on this popular community site. A grand total of 109 species were recorded! A lot of work went … Continue reading

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Eileen Savill Award for Young People 2018

TIME TO PRAISE YOUNG PEOPLE Do you know young people who truly care for their environment?   The Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group [MWHG] is seeking nominations for the Eileen Savill Award. This is an annual award for young people, … Continue reading

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Event: Bio-Blitz at Manor Green Park 13th June

  Come along to our Bio-Blitz event at Manor Green Park, The Selsey Centre, to discover your local wildlife! On the 13th June, from 10am to 4pm, we will be hosting a range of activities to survey this interesting site. From the … Continue reading

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Introduction to New Trustee Dr Lesley Bromley

Dr Lesley Bromley has joined the MWHG as a Trustee this year. Lesley was born in the Midlands, in Wolverhampton, but has known the Manhood, and Selsey in particular, for the last 50 years. Initially her family came to Selsey … Continue reading

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Let Nature Improve Your Garden

Download our wildlife gardening leaflet to share these quick tips to make your garden wildlife friendly! You can also pick up a hard copy at Selsey, East Wittering and Chichester Libraries, as well as The Selsey Centre and Selsey Town … Continue reading

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A Team Effort to Tidy East Beach

Wednesday 9th May was a stunning blue day at Selsey and perfect weather for a joint beach clean between the Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group (MWHG) and Nature’s Way foods. The MWHG are based in Selsey and have an active … Continue reading

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The New Volunteer Welcome Pack has Landed!

Earlier this week, the new volunteer welcome pack finally rolled out of Selsey Press. As Communications Officer, the design and production of this pack has been one of the key projects during my first 6 months in post. The rationale … Continue reading

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Volunteers take on the Coir Roll Challenge!

Last weekend a team of dedicated volunteers, with FLOW Project Leader Jane at the helm, took on the challenge of distributing 40 coir rolls to 8 sites across the Manhood Peninsula. They were ably assisted by Campbell Thorp, who drove the … Continue reading

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Have Your Say: New Activities for Dog Walkers Outside Protected Chichester Harbour

Chichester Harbour is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is in part protected for the wading birds, present over the winter months. Chichester District Council is looking to provide activities for dogs on alternative routes outside of the harbour, between … Continue reading

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