Due to government restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic, all our events and work parties have been cancelled until at least the end of June 2020. We will advise you if and when this situation changes.
While we hope that we will be able to resume our activities before the end of this summer, no-one really knows how long the pandemic will last.
The important thing is to stay safe and to keep away from all potential sources of infection.
Most of our events are free, though donations are always welcome to help fund our work. Every penny you donate supports conservation.
However, because our indoor talks involve hall hire and speaker costs, for these we charge non-members £3 each and members £2 each, but entrance is free to under-16s.
Fri06Mar20157.30 (Doors open 7.15)Scout Hall, Station Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9EN (Next to Jewson's)
"Wildlife Habitats Around Burgess Hill: The Legacy of Early Peasant Farming"
An illustrated talk by Heather Warne, local Archivist and Historian.