RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, 27 – 29 January 2023

The RSPB’s annual citizen science project, the Big Garden Birdwatch, takes place over the weekend of 27th – 29th January.  To find more and to register to take part visit the


CPRE Sussex Festival of Spring, online, various dates January – March 2023

This series of online events includes talks on rewilding an urban garden, bats, and arctic wolves.  For more information and to book tickets please visit https://www.cpresussex.org.uk/news/cpre-sussex-festival-of-spring-shaping-a-greener-future-for-sussex/


Winter Lights at Wimpole Hall, 25th November – 1st January, Wimpole Hall National Trust

An after-dark illuminated trail through festive gardens featuring an array of installations from artists across Europe.  For further information and to book tickets go to https://christmasatwimpole.seetickets.com/raymondgubbay/christmas-at-wimpole


Hurricane: Unsung Hero exhibition, 27th December – 19 February, Imperial War Museum Duxford

Hurricane: Unsung Hero is a new spotlight exhibition celebrating one of the Second World War’s most hard-working fighter aircraft, the Hawker Hurricane.  For further information go to https://www.iwm.org.uk/events/Hurricane-unsung-hero


Prof David Rogers - 'Biodiversity Net Gain', a free online talk, Wednesday 14th December, 6pm – 7pm

Prof David Rogers from Oxford University is Emeritus Professor of Ecology and a Fellow of Green College. He has been recently involved in campaigning against the environmental impacts of the Oxford/Cambridge Arc. He will speak about Biodiversity Net Gain.  To book a place go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/prof-david-rogers-biodiversity-net-gain-tickets-466454878097