Tuesday 8 June: Zoom meeting. 7.30pm

Tuesday 8 June:  Zoom meeting. 7.30pm with Andy Dinsdale giving us a presentation on the River Rother Litter Audit, and a collation of the ‘Bottles from …’ data that Strandliners, we and others have collected. The Zoom link will be sent in the next REG newsletter. CALL FOR ACTION to lobby for the bottle Deposit […]

Regenerative Farming Practices Explained, Tuesday 30 March: 7:30pm, Zoom.

Edward Hall, Paley Farm Estate Manager. https://www.paleyfarm.co.uk/ After studying a Masters in Farm Management at the Royal Agricultural University and expanding his knowledge on commercial Organic farms in Oxfordshire and Berkshire, Edward moved to Paley Farm in 2017. Once a thriving hop and top fruit farm, the 700 acre farm, including over 100 acres of […]

Plastic Free Eastbourne – encouraging more efforts? Tuesday 23 February, 7.30pm

Oliver Sterno, Community Leader of Plastic Free Eastbourne and Co-ordinator Refill Eastbourne. Oliver will describe their various initiatives and activities and how he got the whole project going. They have set up water fountains, or refill stations, to cut use of plastic bottles. Their mascot, the ‘Beach Man’ in the photo, is made of debris. […]

REG Programme 2021

We hope you are keeping safe and well, and wish you the best of whatever 2021 brings us. REG have prepared a full programme of events to keep you inspired and engaged throughout 2021. The full programme can be downloaded in PDF format here, otherwise click the ‘Programme of Events 2021’ page on the top […]

Changes to Planning Law and the Consequences, Tuesday 26 January, 7.30pm

Stephen Hardy MBE, Trustee of both Rother Environmental Group and Sussex Campaign to Protect Rural England, and was Chair of the Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan. The picture of felled mature oaks in the High Weald AONB shows what happens when ‘protected’ land is not really protected. Stephen will break down the impact of the wholesale proposed changes to the […]

Welcome to Earth

Please take five minutes to watch this film written and acted by five teenage boys living in Askar refugee camp in Nablus, Occupied Palestine, where schools are ill-equipped, prospects are bleak, and kids can feel the whole world has abandoned them. The imagination, the technical skill and the awareness of what is going on, not […]

Marine Energy: Neil Kermode, Tuesday 27 October 2020

For our October event REG are incredibly fortunate to have arranged a presentation from Neil Kermode, Managing Director of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC). EMEC is a UKAS accredited test and research centre focusing on wave and tidal power development based in the Orkney Islands, UK. The Centre provides developers with the opportunity to test full-scale grid-connected prototype devices in unrivalled […]