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∗∗New website∗∗

We are delighted to be launching our brand new website in 2014. It has been made possible by part-funding from the Brian Miles Memorial Fund. Brian was one of the founders of the Trust and one of its staunchest lookers, once recruiting a group of walkers on Christmas Day to jo in him to see the ponies and sing carols on the way. He requested that donations in his memory be passed on to the Trust and we are very pleased that the funds have gone to such good use in publicising our conservation grazing schemes.

 

Reflections – Monty Larkin’s blog

Monty's thoughts on conservation and local issues.

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Spring 2014 Issue No. 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                

SPGCT in the press

                                                 

Lovely article featuring one of our Lookers, Jennifer Binnie in Your County magazine.

The National Trust announce the return of our ponies to their site at Birling Gap, giving very useful visitor information on the benefits of grazing and how people should behave around the ponies.

Hastings Borough Council press release about the ponies return to the Firehills.

RSPB South East press release about the arrival of our ponies to their Broadwater Warren reserve.

Find out more about our new grazing site Palesgate Meadow in Crowborough Life

Read an interview with our Grazing co-ordinator in NativePony magazine.

Read a feature about one of our longest running grazing sites in the MOD Sanctuary magazine.

See what the RSPB posted about the arrival of our ponies on their Broadwater Warren reserve.

 

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