Programme of Events 2020

REG have arranged a great programme for meetings and events for 2020.  The programme is copied below, but if you would like to print it out a pdf version can be found here.

Please note that the programme details not yet 100% finalised as there are a few dates to be filled in.  These will be updated as soon as the details are known.

We are also planning to hold several film sh at the Kino, Rye – details will be published on our website soon!

If there are topics that you would like to be discussed at future meetings or visits that you think REG members would be interested in, then please send your suggestions to

Tuesday 25 February

Rother District Council and Waste – A discussion with Counciller Sue Prochak, RDC lead on waste. The Ostrich, Robertsbridge 7pm


Tuesday 31 March – Cancelled due Coronavirus emergency (Re-scheduled for November)

Garden Invertebrates and How to Encourage Them – A talk by Chris Bentley of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, St Mary’s Centre, Lion St, Rye 7pm


Wednesday 29 April – Cancelled due Coronavirus emergency

Making our Homes More Efficient – Talk by Ken Davis and Dominic Manning with discussion on how to make buildings more sustainable with discussion on how to make buildings more sustainable. A joint meeting with Bexhill Environmental Group (BEG)

Beulah Church Hall, Clifford Rd, Bexhill TN40 1QA 7pm




Visit and guided tour of RSPB Dungeness – More than birds – the RSPB are improving the site for all sorts of species.  A small fee will be payable, TBC. – Cancelled due Coronavirus emergency


Monday 4 May – Presentation and discussion on REG’s response to Rother DC’s draft Environmental Strategy via ZOOM


Tuesday 26 May – Cancelled due Coronavirus emergency

Trees – A talk by Peter Miles, The Ostrich, Robertsbridge 7pm



Wednesday 3 June

Climate and Biodiversity Summit – Organised by Gonzalo Alvarez, UNA Marine Biologist, St Barnabas, Bexhill 6pm



Tuesday 28 July

Climate Emergency and Rother DC – zero by 2030 – Counciller Katherine Field, RDC Lead on climate change. St Mary’s Centre, Lion St, Rye 7pm



Wednesday 30 September

Film – Chinatown – In conjunction with Battle Against Climate Change. Venue: Battle Memorial Hall, 81 High St, Battle. Doors open 7pm, film 7.30. £4 on the door



Tuesday 27 October

Marine Energy, A talk by Neil Kermode of the European Marine Energy Centre, Orkney. St Mary’s Centre, Lion St, Rye 7pm



Tuesday 24 November

AGM followed by talk by Chris Bentley of Sussex Wildlife Trust ‘Garden Invertebrates and How to Encourage Them’ – St Mary’s Centre, Lion St, Rye 7pm