Greenhavens Network connect people and wildlife in the community and hosted a workshop on Saturday 16th in Newhaven discussing future plans and looking back at past successes.
They will be hosting the Super Saturday Seed Swap on 23rd October 11am-3pm at the Hillcrest Centre in Newhaven where there will be a chance to swap seeds, enter the raffle, community stalls and a cafe. More info here.
Other dates include a fungi walk on 3rd November at Castle Hill nature reserve in Newhaven, a network meeting on 19th January at the Meridian Centre in Peacehaven and a network meeting on 23rd March in Newhaven.
They have just launched the wilder gardens website which has a huge amount of resources to help you make a difference to wildlife in your own home and is full of information from local experts gardening in Seaford, Peacehaven Horticulture Society, South Downs National Park Ranger and Geoff Stonebanks.
Below are some images of past events. If you would like to become a member or support the committee contact the group here.
Bat night at the Ouse Estuary in Newhaven in June with Greenhavens Network Environmental Advisor Steve Teale.
Moth night in Drove Park Denton May/June with Greenhavens Network Environmental Advisor Steve Teale.
Bat night in Lewes in September with Greenhavens Network Environmental Advisor Steve Teale.
The Greenhavens swift initiative continues to evolve and you can come and meet the swift ladies at the seed swap event on 23rd October to find out how to get involved. Please contact here for more information.