It’s nearly Christmas and we have scoured the internet for last minute doggy ideas . . .. . . and here are some of the best.
The Friends of Southwick Country Park will be running a stall at Hope Nature Centre’s Christmas Market today from 11am to 3pm.
Come and visit us; discover more about the park and the people who look after it.
Email from Brian and Chris of Southwick, who are moving house.Continue reading “Thank you Brian and Chris”
A message from a visitor:
” Hi. we visited your park today, and my 2 year old daughter has lost her bear, it’s a long shot but if anyone has handed in a brown bear with a blue tee shirt, possibly left in the car park, could you contact me as we are now back in Kent.”
If you have seen the lost bear, email us at email@example.com or text or leave voicemail on: 07747 408798 and we will send the poor thing home.
The Friends of Southwick Country Park
invite you to their
Wednesday 13 November
at 7.30 pm
in Southwick Village Hall
If you cannot attend but have thoughts about the care and management of Southwick Country Park that you would like to raise, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
While we were clearing the undergrowth from under the veteran oak trees in the copse between Sleepers and Sheep Field, we found the secret place, among the ivy and blackthorn, where somebody had hidden their plastic bags full of dog poop.Continue reading
Somebody thought it was a good idea to hold a firework party in the park!Continue reading
It’s the last Tuesday in the month. The Friends of Southwick Country Park will be meeting in the car park at 9.30am; come and join us.
A message from Clive Knight on Friday:
” You may already know but I noticed the damaged rail around the Lone Oak as I walked the dog round this afternoon. I didn’t notice any damage yesterday.”
Clive Knight has sent in his pictures of Lambrok Stream in flood. Take care, particularly if you have children with you; the water is deep and fast-flowing when the stream is this full.
Buddy: Dog of the Week
Here is Buddy, Louise’s beautiful and energetic springer spaniel, helping FoSCP to spread wood chip on the woodland paths.
A former title- holder:
Dog of the Week
Coco, Dog of the Week, all wrapped up against the weather, taking her human for a walk in the rain.
Thought you’d like these photos of a juvenile squirrel discovered in the park yesterday. I think it was probably ground feeding as there were no signs of injury and he scampered up the nearest tree after a brief look around! Lovely little chap 😊
Pictures by Simon Handley