Category Archives: _News
Post by Rebecca On Wednesday morning, a small group of MWHG volunteer leaders and staff took advantage of the autumn sunlight to unpack and label a large cache of new tools. Having been inundated by the newly ordered implements, it … Continue reading
Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given that the 6th Annual General Meeting of the Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group [MWHG] will be held in the Exhibition Hall at Selsey Town Council Offices at 6.30pm on 26th October 2017 to transact the following business: … Continue reading
Each year our members and volunteers work hard to manage special green spaces in Selsey, for wildlife and people to enjoy. Thanks to these efforts, this year we upheld our results in the South & South East in Bloom Awards! Active … Continue reading
You can now subscribe to be notified when our newsletter is released! Already a member? You will be emailed each time a newsletter is published. Take a look at our newsletter archive for stories from the Manhood Peninsula, progress reports … Continue reading
The Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group’s Wildlife Officer, Sarah Hughes, will be at the Brewery Field Community Open Day in Chichester, this Sunday 20th August – come and say hello! To celebrate the working history of the site, there will … Continue reading
We’ll be at the Selsey Lifeboat Launch day, amongst the activities on the Lifeboat green. Come say hello this Sunday, 6th August! Full details about the day’s events can be found on the Selsey Lifeboat site, here.
FLOW – Fixing and Linking Our Wetlands Communications and Engagement Officer [Heritage Lottery Funded] £24,000 pa pro rata for 2 days a week Fixed Term contract to the end of December 2020 Based: Selsey office/home-working Closing date: Monday … Continue reading
Read our new Spring/ Summer Newsletter.
The Fixing and Linking Our Wetlands project’s most recent survey reports that planned improvements to ponds, ditches and other habitat in the Manhood Peninsula will increase natural water storage from heavy rainfall, benefiting both people and wildlife. Report “The HLF … Continue reading