To help predict and reduce the impact of flooding, we're investigating how rain, river and waste water move through Eastbourne and south Wealden

Climate change is challenging the way we live. We're working with local organisations and communities to explore how to be more sustainable using water, smarter about how we manage it, and help everyone to be prepared for flooding and other impacts.

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Image of river with long grass growing either side.


The Flow: rivers, water and wildness

Wednesday, 2 October, 6pm-7pm

Amy-Jane Beer shares some of the stories and themes explored in her book, The Flow, which won the 2023 Wainwright Prize...

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Close up photograph of jam jars, labelled Pevensey and Westham Community Forest Garden.


Foraging and Storage Workshop

Saturday 27 July, 2pm-5pm

Our forest garden is an ideal place to do some foraging for healthy fruit, nuts, herbs, and perennial veggies. So...

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Pen and ink illustrated map of the Blue Heart project area.


Introducing our most artistic map!

We’re delighted with our beautiful illustrated map of the Blue Heart project area, created by Helen Cann. There’s so much...

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Zine cover, with wood cut design of a tree.


Bourne Project Zine now online

As part of the Bourne River project, Annalie Seaman and Ellie Fryer have put together an amazing zine, taking inspiration...

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Beaver in grassland area.


Beavers and Rewilding

Listen now!

If you missed Derek Gow’s talk at Towner on June 5th, you’re in luck – we recorded it! Listen to...

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Flooded street in St Ives, caused by the Great Ouse river.


‘Never-ending’ UK rain made 10 times more likely by climate crisis, study says – The Guardian

The Guardian recently published a piece by Damian Carrington (Environment editor) detailing a study that proves how the current climate crisis is affecting the rising water level.

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