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  • Arun Countryside Trust Speech to the South Downs National Park Authority on the Arundel Bypass threat, 24.05.18

    Thursday 24th May 2018
      The 3-minute-limit speech below was made by Camilla Lambert, Chair of Arun Countryside Trust (incorporating MAVES), to an emergency meeting of the South Downs National Park Authority concerning Highways England's decision to choose Arunde...Read More...

    Wildflower Walk May 2018

    Sunday 20th May 2018
    Bright warm sunshine welcomed more than 20 walkers to MAVES’ Wildflower Walk led by Nick Sturt and Frances Abraham from the Sussex Botanical Recording Society, on Sunday 13th May. The walk started from Binsted Church, following the “Mu...Read More...

    Bag some help for dormice at Tesco's in Arun

    Monday 7th May 2018
    Please help us save our local dormice...! Dormice, one of the UK's most loved of all small creatures,are protected by law. Despite this, they have declined by more than a third since 2000. Hazel Dormice are extinct in 17 English counties.  ...Read More...

    The Big Binsted Bluebell Watch

    Sunday 6th May 2018
    The Woodlands Trust are doing an online survey on English bluebells called  “the big bluebell watch” - click here to find out more. The Bluebell is only found as a native in Western Europe. We are fortunate enough to have half of ...Read More...

    Planting Primroses in the Park, before the Storm?

    Sunday 22nd Apr 2018
    Native Primroses were planted on both sides of the laid hedge in Muddy Lane (Church Field), Binsted by volunteers from MAVES and SDNP Ranger Volunteer Service, on 15 and 18 April 2018. Next year as a classic icon of spring, the primroses will be a lo...Read More...