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Management of the Site

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Lewes District Council

The Local Nature Reserve is owned by Lewes District Council and managed by a part-time Ranger who is guided by a committee of local people with a mix of backgrounds and expertise.
Railway Land Wildlife Trust logo designed by 11 year old Alex Mobbs in 1996.

Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust

Members of the Railway Land Wildlife Trust, set up by local people in 1988, sit on the management committee. The Trust, which provides the guiding vision for the site, has its own constitution and runs its Annual General Meeting for members every March.
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Junior Management Board

Members of the Junior Management Board, the first in England for a Local Nature Reserve, attend some meetings and are both consulted by the committee and encouraged to make specific recommendations.
In 2004, Lewes District Council and the Railway Land Wildlife Trust entered into a Memorandum of Understanding. This document has provided stability and a sense of ownership, trust and purpose between both parties which has led them to launch the Railway Land Project and the Linklater Pavilion appeal.