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Crablands Meadow Site

Crablands Meadow (SZ 847 935) is a designated SSI with a significant orchid population. MWHG help with it’s managment and activities include orchid Counts, willow coppicing and bramble Clearing. The orchid counts take place in June while other activities are … Continue reading

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East Beach Pond Site

East Beach Pond (SZ 865 934) is in Selsey and is managed by MWHG for people and wildlife. There are regular meetings on most Tuesday afternoons. See the Diary of events for planned activities The leader is Rex Clements.

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Newsletter Summer 2012

The Summer 2012 Newsletter can be downloaded as a pdf  Summer 2012

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Brown Tail Moths Problem

A public information bulletin regarding the current invasion of the Brown-tail moth caterpillar across the Manhood Peninsula.

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The Selsey Heritage Trail

Joe Savill, a founder member of the MWHG group, is the Selsey Heritage Trail Coordinator and is responsible for the display of Blue Plaques in Selsey. The Blue Plaques Scheme highlights the places where important people in history lived and … Continue reading

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Newsletter Spring 2012

The Spring 2012 Newsletter can be downloaded as a pdf  – Spring 2012.

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Water Vole Surveying

The Water Vole The water vole is an endangered species and we have the only native wild population in West Sussex on the Manhood Peninsular. Help us find out where they are and how many we have! We are looking … Continue reading

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Leaflets

The publications group has produced a leaflet about the Manhood Ecological Network and also a series of leaflets covering local walks researched by our members. Manhood Ecological Leaflet The Manhood Ecological Network Leaflet explains about the joint project to map … Continue reading

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The Selsey Tram

The Selsey Tram or Tramway is a very popular subject for local historians, partly because of its rather eccentric nature and also its eventful history in terms of variety of engines, minor disasters and flooding problems. It was a standard … Continue reading

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Water Voles Signs

Surveying carried out in the Manhood area by our group have found very encouraging signs of water vole activity. The results are sent to the Biodiversity Record Centre and have provided the most complete and detailed records for all of … Continue reading

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