Sussex Wildlife Trust

Sussex Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Sussex Wildlife Trust

Sussex Wildlife Trust are the leading nature conservation organisation covering Brighton and Hove, East and West Sussex.

Founded 1961

  • Mission statement

    The aim of the Sussex Wildlife Trust is to conserve the Sussex landscape, wildlife and its habitats, and to use its knowledge and expertise to help the people of Sussex to enjoy, understand and take action to this end.

    We aim to achieve this by carrying out work under the following five broad headings:

    * Enhancing the desire in people for a healthy, wildlife rich environment
    * Leading the conservation agenda for Sussex
    * Biodiversity monitoring and recording
    * Promoting achievement of biodiversity targets by others
    * Delivering progress towards biodiversity targets ourselves

  • Aims

    Sussex Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • Delivering progress towards biodiversity targets ourselves
    • Biodiversity monitoring and recording
    • Promoting achievement of biodiversity targets by others
    • Enhancing the desire in people for a healthy, wildlife rich environment
    • Leading the conservation agenda for Sussex
  • Overview

    Established: July 1961

    Registered Charity Number: 207005

    Board members: 20

    Full time staff: 40

    Part time staff: 40

    Volunteers: 500

    Phone number: 01983 246358

    Address: Sussex Wildlife Trust Woods Mill Henfield. West Sussex BN5 9SD

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