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Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust logo designed by 11-year-old Alex Mobbs
In Sussex, on the edge of Lewes by the River Ouse, are more than twenty acres of land, used for over fifty years as rail yards. When they were dismantled, they became a wasteland. After twenty-five years of benign neglect, the land was saved from development by a group of local residents. Since then, it has become a prized nature reserve around which several social and ecological projects gravitate. These, and the web of relations between them, constitute the Railway Land Project.
The Railway Land Project image Introduction Participation Connections Society and history Nature Knowledge building The Linklater Pavilion

Waking up to Tomorrow - an amazing talk on sea level rise at 2nd May AGM

Date: 17/04/2014
John Gower, Manager of the Coastal Communities 2150 project dedicated to the implications of sea level rise in the Lower Ouse valley over the next 150 years, is the guest speaker at the AGM on 2nd May.

7pm AGM Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes, BN7 2FG

7.30 'Sea Level rise in the Lower Ouse valley' by John Gower.

Photo courtesy of Glyn Kirk. Agence France Presse

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