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Bee hotel making activity this Sunday

Date: 06/05/2016
Helen Meade and Paul Webster will lead a bee hotel making activity at the Linklater on Sunday afternoon 8th May from 1500 - 1600.

Bee the Buzz.

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Railway Land Live! Open Afternoon on 24th April

Date: 18/04/2016
John Parry and Steve Savage will host an open afternoon at the Linklater Pavilion in Lewes from 2 – 5 pm on Sunday 24th April when the public will be able to see for themselves the project from behind the scenes as well as amazing clips of wildlife in the ponds and ditches recorded from last year.

All are welcome and the event is free. You will amazed at what lives here!

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Former Lewes pupil returns to tell Beaver story

Date: 24/03/2016
Former Lewes pupil Mark Elliott makes a welcome return to the Railway Land where he cut his wildlife teeth. Now the Devon Beaver Project Lead with the Devon Wildlife Trust, Mark will give a truly fascinating talk on the re-introduction of beavers to a river in Devon.

Entry will be by donation. Doors open at 3.30pm and the talk will begin at 4pm on Sunday 17th April.

Refreshments available and all welcome

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Philip Larkin charity talk at 4pm on Sunday 20th March

Date: 03/03/2016
The Railway Land Wildlife Trust announce their next fund raising event for 4pm on Sunday 20th March 2016 when Simon Smith will give a talk titled, ‘The Importance of Elsewhere: Philip Larkin and Travel’.

Said Dr John Parry, Director of the Railway Land Project, ‘We are so grateful to Simon who will give an entirely new twist to the Railway Land and its former life as a rail transport hub.'

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Alex Roose to play at the next Linklater fund raiser

Date: 04/02/2016
This next fund raising event will be a great afternoon of music. On Sunday 21st February the music director of the New Sussex Singers, Alex Roose, will perform songs to move the spirit - funny, joyful, poignant, heart-warming and sad – all following in the footsteps of the great light entertainers like Sinatra, Mario Lanza, Noel Coward, Tom Lehrer and Ivor Novello.

Tickets are £5 and can be bought at the door which opens at 3.30pm and the performance will start at 4pm. All are welcome. Free tea and coffee plus large pieces of cake for sale!

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Simon Evans and George Egg SOLD OUT

Date: 11/12/2015
Special update!

We are delighted to announce that comedian George Egg will be joining Simon Evans live at the Linklater at 7.30 pm on Sunday 24th January 2016 for our next fund-raising event. Open to anyone aged 16 or over.

Tickets have SOLD OUT. Well done everyone who has bought a ticket - we look forward to seeing you.

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Travels in Madagascar

Date: 05/11/2015
4pm Sunday 22nd November at the Linklater.

Come and hear about the project we are supporting in a sacred forest in Madagascar plus a hair raising trip along the south west coast as a result of a tropical storm followed by some of the amazing wildlife including lemurs up close and personal.

Donations welcome - free for all. Refreshments and a few Malagassy items for sale.

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A busy weekend at the Linklater

Date: 06/10/2015
This weekend will be a bustling time at the Lewes Linklater Pavilion as it acts as a hub for the highly imaginative Lewes Light Festival (http://www.leweslight.uk/programme.htm) which opens at the Linklater on Friday 16th October at 11.30 am with an exhibition and installation 'Shadows of Light' by artist Alex May running until 5pm on Saturday 17th October.

On Sunday 18th October at 4pm, Peter Haydn-Smith will give a fund-raising talk on the curious cases of Dr John Bodkin Adams, a GP in Eastbourne from the early 1930s, and Dr Harold ‘Fred’ Shipman.

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2030 Energy Event at the Linklater

Date: 21/09/2015
Community Energy South is delighted to invite you to its third annual conference on 25th September in Lewes, which will explore the future of community-owned renewable energy in the south east.

Friday 25th September 2015
Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane,
10am – 5pm
Free (lunch included)

Also a free exhibition all day Saturday 26th September at the Linklater from 1100 - 1700.

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A busy weekend at the Linklater

Date: 18/09/2015
The start of the Autumn season at the Linklater starts with a bang with apple pressing on 19th and 20th September between 1030 and 1600 in the Undercroft.

On Sunday 20th, author and biologist Steve Savage with Railway Land Project Director John Parry, will lead a short walk around the nature reserve at 3pm followed by video clips of life underwater in its ponds and ditches.

At 4pm on Sunday, Roger Cockrell, former head of Russian at Exeter University, will give the first fund-raising talk of the season called ‘Man versus Nature; the Bolsheviks and the World out There’.

Entry to Roger Cockrell's fascinating talk will be £5 on the door and includes tea and biscuits.

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Nature Corridors at Artwave

Date: 22/08/2015
We are pleased to announce that the Nature Corridors team have put together a wonderful exhibition for Artwave which opens Sunday 23rd August for 3 weeks. Please come and visit – there will be a warm welcome. Please come along and tell people about it.

All the opening times at the Linklater Pavilion in Railway Lane, Lewes, BN7 2FG are:

SUNDAY 23rd, 30th August and 6th September 1400 - 1700

TUESDAY 25th August & 1st September 1100 – 1500

THURSDAY 27th August & 3rd September 1100 – 1500

We are venue number 37 in the Artwave booklet.

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Amazon and Madagascar evening on 21st August

Date: 17/07/2015
Nicole Peel will join John Parry in two accounts of projects in the Amazon and Madagascar before a celebration fund-raising party for both projects with live music in the Linklater Undercroft.

Friday 21st August. Linklater Pavilion.

EVENT STARTS AT 7PM TICKETS ON SLIDING SCALE £10 - £ 20 Please give what you can fairly give.

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5th July festival promises a lot of fun and interest

Date: 23/06/2015
This year's Railway Land Live! Festival on 5th July from 2-5pm at the Railway Land Local Nature Reserve marks the first anniversary of the Brighton and Lewes Downs Biosphere and will showcase the amazing variety of work that goes on at the Railway Land Wildlife Trust in close partnership with Lewes District Council.

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Interested in working with us?

Date: 18/06/2015
Exciting post working for the Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust

Support worker: £5,000 for 2 days a week (0.4 FTE)
We are looking for a committed person to assist the Director in preparing and running Tuesday and Thursday sessions with a group of adults with learning disabilities who have contributed a huge amount to the Railway Land Project.

Start Date: As soon as possible
More information from info@railwaylandrecruit.org
Website: www.railwaylandproject.org
Closing Date for applications: 17th July 2015
Interview Date: 21st July 2015

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Railway Land AGM will reveal two major ideas

Date: 02/05/2015
Fascinating talk by Dr John Parry at this year's Annual General Meeting at 7pm on Friday 15th May at the Linklater Pavilion.

All welcome.

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Priory pupils interpret their environment

Date: 27/04/2015
Linklater Pavilion

3rd and 10th May 2 - 5pm FREE admission

Year 8 Priory Geography students have produced a range of art work showing the highlights of their local environment. Students were given a homework to produce a piece of work that celebrates our natural environment. They had to think about where they live and bring that environment to life by painting, drawing, taking a photograph, creating a collage or a piece of 3D artwork to represent something in their local environment.

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Life's a Ditch!

Date: 01/04/2015
See the Railway Land as you have never seen it before.
Community event. 26th April. 2-5pm.
Go underwater live!

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Two exciting paid posts

Date: 15/02/2015
Two exciting posts working for the
Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust

Volunteer / Project Co-ordinator: £8,000 for 2 days a week (0.4 FTE)
We would like someone with a good range of experience in helping the Director co-ordinate a wide range of activities which revolve around the Railway Land Project. You will also help expand and support volunteers interested in contributing to the Project.

Support worker: £5,000 for 2 days a week (0.4 FTE)
We are looking for a committed person to assist the Director in preparing and running Tuesday and Thursday sessions with a group of adults with learning disabilities who have contributed a huge amount to the Railway Land Project.

Start Date: 1st May 2015.
More information from info@railwaylandrecruit.org
Website: www.railwaylandproject.org
Closing Date for applications: 6th March 2015
Interview Date: week commencing 16th March 2015

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Doppler's Other Effect

Date: 08/02/2015
Lou Glandfield's satirical and humorous one man show is the third event in the 4@theLinklater series. This is a chance to support the RLWT and enjoy a musically varied and sociable evening.

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Date: 06/10/2014
This is the first in a series of 4 fundraising talks and events held at 4pm on Sundays. Cat Fletcher - community waste activist, continues with the summer theme of recycling and reusing 'waste'. Entry charge is £5 and includes tea and rather scrumptious cake.

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Sustainability and Environmental Education AGM of leading National Body

Date: 03/10/2014
Sustainability and Environmental Education - SEEd Members Day - 10th October, Linklater Pavilion but also open to guests.

You are invited to attend the SEEd Annual Members Day and AGM on Friday 10th October from 11:30am - 5pm at the Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes,
BN7 2FG http://railwaylandproject.org/how-to-find-us

Dr John Parry (Director), our host, will provide tours of the Linklater Pavilion and the Railway Land LNR, and we will also hear from Coastal Communities 2150 about how local evidence and local solutions are vital to the sustainability of our coasts. There will be a presentation about the UK’s newest Biosphere and the South Down’s National Park. Guests are welcome.

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We are looking for new trustees

Date: 25/09/2014
Do you have the skills to match our needs?

As a registered charity, The Railway Land Wildlife Trust (RLWT) based in Lewes is moving into an important phase that calls for additional Trustees to help support and develop our programme.

Over the last 25 years, we have helped shape the development of the award winning Railway Land Local Nature Reserve in Lewes and have led on many inspirational approaches to environmental education and social inclusion. Our newly constructed and highly successful Linklater Pavilion, acting as a centre for the study of environmental change, provides a solid base on which to further develop our work.

We are looking for trustees with a strong interest in sustainability and social inclusion but also specific skills and experience in human resources and finance. We are in an interesting period of transition with core funding secure for 3 years which includes the creation of two part-time posts in May 2015, a two year funded project to stream live images from the Reserve to schools in Sussex and the challenge of recruiting a new Director for October 2016.

The RLWT Trustees’ role is voluntary and unpaid but should occupy up to 6 two hour trustee meetings a year plus occasional ad hoc meetings, usually in the evening. If you feel you have the skills and experience to bring to this exciting and developing project, we would very much like to hear from you.

For more details please contact: info@railwaylandrecruit.org

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Knowtrash final days and a picnic invitation

Date: 25/08/2014
The final opening times for the knowtrash exhibition are:
1000 - 1500 on Tuesday 26th August, Wednesday 27th August and Thursday 28th August.

As part of Artwave, the exhibition is also open from 1400 - 1700 on Saturday 30th August and Sunday 31st August.

And at 1730 on Sunday 31st August there will be a very special event...read on.....

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Positive Solutions Around the World - An amazing evening with Nicola Peel

Date: 08/07/2014
Friday 25th July
7pm for 7.30pm

Nicola has worked in the Amazon since 2000 and has led moves to clear up oil spills by using mushrooms as well as building schools and health centres from rubbish.

Winner of the People's Environment Awards campaigner of the year and finalist in the Guardian Observer ethical awards, Nicola is an inspiration and the evening is dedicated to supporting her work.

Admission is by suggested donation of £5 - £15.

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6th July Festival is an international feast of things made from trash.

Date: 02/06/2014
This year's festival will focus on up-cycling through the fantastic international exhibition by knowtrash.
Linklater Pavilion
6th July
2-5 pm admission free
Something for all the family
Puppet show
Workshop tasters
Music by Aftershave.

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Are you ready for battle?

Date: 15/05/2014
The Railway Land will be transformed on 16th, 17th and 18th May into a medieval site as Lewes Youth Theatre lead on a unique event to celebrate the battle of Lewes 750 years ago.

This will be an amazing event not to be missed. Tickets can be bought at the entrance.

Go to http://www.lewesyouththeatre.co.uk/

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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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Madagascar Evening with Alasdair Harris

Date: 23/02/2014
The Railway Land Project is holding a Madagascar evening as part of its fund-raising programme on 23rd February at 7.30pm at the Linklater Pavilion. The Trust is supporting a wild flower education project at a sacred site near the capital of Madagscar and the results of the first two years will be described briefly. The highlight of the evening will be a stunning presentation by Dr Alasdair Harris who founded Blue Ventures, a science-led social enterprise that works with coastal communities, including many in Madagascar, to develop transformative approaches for nurturing and sustaining locally led marine conservation.

Tickets at £6 can be obtained from: info@railwaylandproject.org or Tel. 01273 487798 or Lewes Mobile Communications, Lewes High Street; Harveys Shop in the Cliff, Lewes or lEKO, St John’s Street. Lewes.
Doors open at 7pm.
Evening starts at 7.30pm. Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes, BN7 2FG

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Simon Evans returns for a third charity gig

Date: 20/12/2013
Comedian Simon Evans is back in town and he has very kindly agreed to another fund raising gig at the Linklater on Sunday 26th January.

Previous gigs have been a sell out so booking is advised.

Tickets can be purchased from Ieko in St John's Street, Lewes; or from Harveys Shop in Cliffe High Street or from Lrewes Mobile Communications in Lewes High Street opposite the Law Courts.

OR available from 01273 487798
OR through info@railwaylandproject.org

A night not to be missed.

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Debut of environmental songs composed 40 years ago

Date: 11/11/2013
In 1973, Barbara Dalby and John Parry wrote several songs about the environment. Forty years on, the Linklater Ensemble led by Ian McCrea with singer Claire McCrea will play the songs for the first time.

This final fund-raising event for the year will begin at 7.30pm at the Linklater Pavilion. Entry is FREE but there will be a retiring collection if people think the evening was worth it!

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Songs of 73

Date: 09/11/2013
Next in our Month of Sundays series of fundraisers is the debut of the Linklater Ensemble on Sunday November 24th. Doors open as usual at 7 with the recital starting at 7.30. The programme is of environmental songs written in 1973 by Barbara Dalby, set to music written by John Parry and arranged by Ian McCrea.

The themes are as pertinent today as they were 40 years ago.

There is no charge for entry but a collection will be made at the end to raise funds for the Railway Land Project.

Light refreshments will be available

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Hurricane to Habitats

Date: 26/09/2013
The start of our fund raising Month of Sundays evenings starts with a fascinating 25 year retrospective of the Nature Reserve. Come and be amazed at how it once looked!

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June 23rd Festival of Water

Date: 28/05/2013
This year's Railway Land festival will focus on water in many different ways from art to saving water. All are welcome and there are activities for all ages.

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Special Nature Corridors and Priory School Open Day

Date: 03/05/2013
Special exhibition of work by the award winning Nature Corridors team and pupils from Priory School.

Linklater Pavilion. Sunday 26th May. 2 – 5pm.

All welcome. Free entry.

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Poetry fund raiser with broadcaster Graham Fawcett

Date: 01/04/2013
As an introduction to this year's Railway Land Festival of Water on 23rd June, poet, author and broadcaster Graham Fawcett will lead a spellbinding 45 minutes of poetry at the Linklater on 28th April.

'Run River Run' has been especially put together by Graham and promises to be a superbly entertaining evening.

28th April. 7.30pm Linklater Pavilion.
Doors open at 7.00pm
Tickets £6

By phone on 01273 487798
Or from IEKO on School Hill or Harveys Shop in Cliffe High Street. Lewes.

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The Restless Railways of Lewes

Date: 04/03/2013
Come and hear from railway enthusiast John Holland why and how Lewes became an important railway junction and see a fascinating railway model by Brian Taylor.

Tickets have already started to sell.

SUNDAY 31st March at 7.30pm

Tickets by phone on 01273 487798
Or from IEKO on School Hill or Harveys Shop in Cliffe High Street. Lewes.

Picture by kind permission of Peter Browning

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Tales of a Bat Woman on 24th February

Date: 31/01/2013
Alexia Tamblyn will tell some wonderful stories of bats both here to the tropics to celebrate the new bat box which will be erected on the Linklater Pavilion soon.

24th February. 7.30pm Linklater Pavilion
Tickets £6

By phone on 01273 487798
Or from IEKO on School Hill or Harveys Shop in Cliffe High Street. Lewes.

Picture shows Alexia with a common tube nosed bat from Papua New Guinea.

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Simon Evans comedy Fund Raising Event on 27th January 2013

Date: 11/12/2012
Comedian Simon Evans has very generously agreed to give a free evening of wit and talent to kick off the 25th anniversary of the Railway Land Wildlife Trust.

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Photographic Competition and Exhibition

Date: 09/12/2012
All amateur photographers are invited to submit entries for the RLWT Photographic Competition by January 25th. Details can be viewed by clicking on 'read more'

email admin@railwaylandproject.org for application forms or call in at H A Baker, High St, the Town Hall or the Lewes Print Centre in Station Street

The Photo Exhibition at the Linklater will run from 10th - 22nd February 2013 and also feature the 'Viva Railway Land' top ten. Entry will be free and the public asked to vote for 'The People's Choice' in each category.

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Sussex Wildlife - past, present and future

Date: 02/11/2012
Don't miss a fascinating talk on Sunday 25th November when former Chairman of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, Alan Malpass, will give an illustrated talk on his unique view on 50 years of change in our county and future trends for wildlife.

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The Flintman Cometh

Date: 19/10/2012
Our next Month of Sundays fund raising event will be a FASCINATING talk about the origin and use of flint in and around Lewes by Flintman David Smith and Chalk and flintman Professor Rory Mortimore.

This will be a great evening. Tickets £6 on the door or from Ieko and Harveys.

Linklater. Sunday 28th October. Doors open 7pm. Event starts at 7.30pm.

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Months of Sundays events for Autumn 2012

Date: 17/09/2012
Our next Month of Sundays event will be held on Sunday 28th October when Flintman, David Smith, who undertook the Linklater cladding of the Undercroft outside walls will tell the story of flint walls in Lewes as well as the fascinating explanation of flint by Professor Rory Mortimore.

Sunday 25th November
Changing Sussex Wildlife – a stunning presentation and comment of changes taking place to wildlife in Sussex by former Chairman of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, Alan Malpass

All events start at 7.30p.m. and doors open at 7.00p.m. This year we have decided to keep the cost to a minimum by foregoing an alcohol licence which costs £25 but offering juices instead.

Tickets are £6 and can be bought from Harveys in Cliffe High Street, Ieko on School Hill and Lewes Framers in Walwers Lane.

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Festival a major success

Date: 09/03/2012
Our celebration of 25 years of the Railway Land as an open space was a massive success with over 2000 visitors and lots of smiling faces. Our huge thanks to everyone who took part.

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Photographic competition brings many entries

Date: 19/10/2011
The Railway Land Wildlife Trust had many entries from amateur photographers of shots, old or new, that are clearly taken of, or on, the Railway Land Local Nature Reserve in Lewes.

The 2012 exhibition was supported by local chemist H.A. Bakers.

The judges' winners were:

Adult Caroline Kenward
Teenager Lola Thomas
Child Patrick Wells

Adult Steve Holmwood
Teenagers Esther Allen
Child Joe Rideout

Adult Susan Burrell
Teenagers Esther Allen
Child Francesca Hughes

Linklater Pavilion
Adult Simon Crummay
Teenager Esther Allen
Child Jane Simmons.

The People's Choice winner was:
Summer Paterson

Many other entries were highly commended and the judges thank everyone who took part.

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A conversation with Sara Parkin

Date: 19/09/2011
Sara Parkin will be in conversation about her book 'The Positive Deviant' at the Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes from 1800 - 2000 on Wednesday 12th October.
Tickets £10 or £7concession for over 60s and students on the door includes a glass of wine or soft drink.
OR Tel. 01273 487798
OR Email info@railwaylandproject.org
OR from IEKO, 37 High Street, Lewes
OR at Harveys Shop, Cliffe High St, Lewes.

Doors open at 1730
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We are Meadow Makers!

Date: 28/07/2011
Work has started on creating a wildflower meadow around the Linklater Pavilion.

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Wild in Lewes event

Date: 24/06/2011
Come along to this exciting event organised by Common Cause and supported by Lewes Town Council. Activities and talks for all ages. Linklater Pavilion, Saturday 2nd July 2-5pm. FREE.

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Sunday openings and flood line

Date: 23/06/2011
We are now open on Sundays afternoons from 2-5pm.
Come and see what is visible on the Reserve. Meet like-minded people and chat to trustees and volunteers.

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Welcome the Honey Bees

Date: 04/06/2011
Come and see the new bee observation hive and take part in bee-related activities.....all for free from 2.00 -6.00p.m.on Saturday 11th June.

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Major fund raising event

Date: 16/04/2011
The Linklater Pavilion is almost complete now - see how.

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New Access Path

Date: 17/02/2011
It has taken a while to get going on the access path but at last we have started.

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2011 Rocks

Date: 23/12/2010
Final rock cladding takes place.

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Ecology into Art Exhibition

Date: 08/11/2010
Don't miss The Linklater Pavilion's first art exhibition by Lil Tudor-Craig which will begin on 14th November for two weeks.

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More stars of the opening

Date: 26/10/2010
Some of the people who made the opening such a special day.

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Official opening!

Date: 22/10/2010
The Linklater Pavilion was officially named by Lord Healey on 16th October. 250 guests attended.

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Internal decorating begins

Date: 06/09/2010
The ceilings of the first floor were painted professionally by Ray Slucock and colleagues but the Undercroft and the walls of the first floor have been painted by a host of volunteers including the Nature Corridors team of adults with learning disabilities.

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Fit-out begins

Date: 10/08/2010
The pressure is on to now fit-out the Linklater Pavilion for the official opening in October and trustee Dave Sykes has been leading on this.

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Steps are now in place

Date: 11/05/2010
The spiral stair case has now been put in place although the building is not open to the public yet.

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VIP topping out ceremony

Date: 25/03/2010
On 16th March, 2010, Lord Healey attended the topping out ceremony of the Linklater Pavilion. Architect, Roger Beasley, was presented with a large hexagon photograph of the building. Sir John Tomlinson sang a welcome and almost 100 people attended.

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Date: 08/03/2010
Celebrate International Biodiversity Day at the
Railway Land Nature Reserve, Lewes
(Near Lewes Station)
Saturday May 22, 2010, 11 am to 4 pm
Organised by Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust and Lewes District Council
Explore and Discover!

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The roof is now complete

Date: 18/02/2010
This is the first view of the Linklater Pavilion from the golf course taken at 9.00 a.m showing the sun shining on part of the roof.

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Happy New Year from all of us at the Railway Land Wildlife Trust

Date: 24/12/2009
A very Happy New Year to all the users of the Railway Land and to all our supporters.

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Raising the Roof on the 11th November

Date: 11/10/2009
Be there as we raise the roof for the Linklater Pavilion in Lewes Town Hall on Wednesday 11th November at 7.30pm.

Entrance is free. Doors open at 7.00pm. Please be in your seats by 7.20pm.

There will be a bar, snacks to buy, and a £1 a ticket raffle

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The Mettyears cut the turf

Date: 11/09/2009
On Tuesday 8th September Peter and Jennifer Mettyear cut the turf for the Linklater Pavilion.

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Trust decides to build

Date: 06/02/2009
We've done it - we are going ahead! There is much to do and we will need to go on fund-raising but on 29th January the trustees took a unanimous decision to go ahead on a shell and core basis.

Full press release below.....

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Trust makes bid for final £170,000

Date: 12/12/2008
We are just now £170,000 short of our target.
Unless we can find the final money by 7.00 p.m. on Thursday 29 January 2009, the Linklater Pavilion that we all want will be lost. The Pavilion needs just a few more sponsors to make all the difference. It's now or never.

You may prefer to PLEDGE a sum by writing to the Company Secretary, 115 High Street, Lewes, BN7 1XY or sending an e-mail to:
info@railwayland project.org

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Sponsored Walk latest

Date: 26/08/2008
So far we have raised £10,500 with money still coming in.

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Final day of the sponsored event

Date: 14/06/2008
The final leg of the journey begins with the English and French leaders relaying the mascot from Dieppe port onto the safe Avenue Verte at St Aubin le Cauf.

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Day Four of the sponsored walk

Date: 13/06/2008
A big day in which the walkers are greeted by 163 primary school children taking part in a river festival on the Railway Land Local Nature Reserve in Lewes.

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Day Three of the sponsored walk

Date: 12/06/2008
This was a mixed section of woodland and fields which finally brought us to the river Ouse.

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Day Two of the Sponsored Walk

Date: 11/06/2008
Progress by the core group over a pretty but tricky section from Lindfield to Newick.

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Day One of the sponsored walk to France

Date: 10/06/2008
The Nature Corridors for All team of adults with learning disabilities (called participants) are in their fifth year of the project. On 10th June, they began their sponsored walk to raise money for special equipment for the Linklater Pavilion.

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