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Volunteer ‘thank you’ Bioblitz day at Binsted Woods

On Wednesday 15th May, the FLOW team took 17 volunteers to Binsted Woods near Arundel for a Bioblitz wildlife recording day. We dedicated the day to our volunteers to say thank you for all the time, commitment and hard physical work that they have given the FLOW project over the recent winter season. Continue reading

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Preserving Selsey’s Past: The Photo Archive Project

Since 2018, the Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group (MWHG) has been working in collaboration with Selsey Town Council, previous Selsey Society members and local volunteers, to archive an extensive collection of photographs and postcard memories of Selsey. Continue reading

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The Elms Ditch Story

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Video: Volunteer for the FLOW Project

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New Heritage Walks: Explore Norton, Earnley and Medmerry

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Volunteer Meet & Greet Coffee Morning

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20th Anniversary Photo Exhibition at Chichester Library

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FLOW e-bulletin March 2019

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MWHG’s Response to Chichester District Council’s Local Development Plan

For the last four years the MWHG has been working via the HLF funded FLOW Project, to improve green connectivity between the three internationally important wildlife sites: South Downs National Park, Chichester Harbour and Pagham Harbour. Continue reading

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Sheepwash Pond Story

FLOW Project leader, Jane, talks us through a photo diary of changes made to Sheepwash Pond, in Sidlesham. This relic pond was identified for improvement during the ditch surveys of Sidlesham parish. This thick willow copse hid an old dried … Continue reading

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