Big Nature Timeline
Big Nature is delighted to be the facilitating organisation that allowed students from Dorothy Stringer School – Brighton, to join the Friends of the Liz Williams Butterfly Haven to receive a cheque for £1000 from the staff of both the Hove and Brighton branches of Waitrose. The Liz Williams Butterfly..Read More
We are delighted to be able to facilitate the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s sheep to visit the Liz Williams Butterfly Haven to help maintain the habitat restoration here. Chalk Grass Downland is one of the most biodiverse, but also one of the rarest semi-natural habitats in the UK. It is the..Read More
Big Nature was able to support students and their families help manage the Dorothy Stringer Woodland for nature. This involved coppicing some of the Hazel to open up part of the woodland. Various plants and animals take advantage of this opening in the summer. It takes about 10 years for..Read More
Following a grant from the Brighton & Hove Communities Fund and working in conjunction with Dorothy Stringer School which also secured funding from The Chapman Charitable Trust and The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust, we have been able to purchase and install a new stock proof fence for the Liz Williams..Read More
Big Nature is delighted that through its work supporting and developing the Liz Williams Butterfly Haven a group of interested like minded people have got together to create the Friends of Liz Williams Butterfly Haven. You can follow what goes on there at LizWilliamsButterflyHaven (@LWButterflyH) / Twitter
We are delighted to have been able to support the work of Wildflower Lewes by supplying 1123 wildflower plugs grown from locally sources seeds by Kew at the Millennium Seed Bank. On a chilly but clear evening in November volunteers we were able to take students from Dorothy Stringer School..Read More
One of a series of videos produced to promote interest in the newly established UNESCO Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere.