Sussex Wildlife Trust - Rivers in Crisis
Published: 18 Sep 2023
Rivers in crisis
As the Government announces its plans to weaken the rules that prevent pollution at some of our most important wildlife sites, Ali Morse, Water Policy Manager at The Wildlife Trusts, explores the detrimental impact this will have on us and our natural world.
Have you taken a winning photo?
There is still time to enter our 2023 photo competition before the closing date of 10 September.
We are looking for 12 stunning photographs capturing the best of the wildlife and landscapes in Sussex. This year's theme is All Shapes and Sizes. We'd love to see your local wildlife shots, showing us the vibrant and varied nature of Sussex.
You can submit up to three photos on our website. First prize is £100 cash. All 12 finalists' photographs will feature in our 2024 online calendar, social media and Wildlife magazine as well as being displayed at the Sussex Wildlife Trust's AGM and the Booth Museum in Brighton.
For full rules please visit this webpage for the competition’s terms and conditions
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- 25 September: Introduction to Rockpooling - Brighton
- 28 September: Nature Tots - Tilgate Park, Crawley
- 01 October: Birds and Breakfast - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
- 21 October: Introduction to Wood Whittling - Henfield