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Storrington Conservation Society – March Newsletter

Childhood memories include the sound and sight of the rag and bone man. His call of, ‘Ragbo!’ and the clip clop of his horse brought householders to the street, carrying all kind of discarded items, hoping for a few coins […]

Storrington Conservation Society: January Newsletter

As with many Clubs and Societies, sadly our conservation group activities were suspended when Tier 4 restrictions came into force and will continue to be suspended now under the latest national lockdown. So the New Year working party on 2nd […]

Storrington Conservation News: Plants for bees

At the time of writing, the results of the ‘In Bloom’ competition are unknown, even so, it is right to say ‘thank you’ to all who put in the hard work of preparation to such good effect. Seeing beautiful colours […]

Storrington Conservation News: bees and conservation

The speaker at our February meeting was Alan Knoworthy from the Bumblebee Conservation Society. Alan started his fascinating talk by telling us about the different types of bumblebee found in the UK and how a number of the species are […]

Storrington Conservation News: annual work programme

In November we enjoyed the glorious autumn colours, often in sunshine. Then came the gales and the carpeting of the ground with leaves, which danced in lighter winds. The bare trees revealed their beauty in a different way. And now […]

Storrington Conservation News: 2016 AGM

We were delighted to see so many at our AGM in the Village Hall on 22nd October. Our Chairman, Mick Denness, reported on the our activities throughout the year, followed by the presentation of the accounts (we are keeping our […]