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The south east corner of England is a haven for wildlife, with a variety of habitats and some spectacular landscapes.
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A foraging adventure and a wild sleep out. By Alice Jefferies, southeast community fundraiser
I was lucky enough to grow up in a small village in West Sussex which was surrounded by woods, fields and roaming horses. I’d play outside with friends all day, experiencing wildlife first hand. We’d make rope swings, build dens and generally create a lot of extra washing for our mums;...
13 May 2013
Dungeness, Bees and Me! By Nichola Willett, Senior Community Fundraiser
I’ve spent quite a few hours at Dungeness and Denge Marsh over the years, night fishing, making sculptures on broken old boats, climbing up the lighthouse stairs, wandering in Derek Jarman’s garden, marvelling at the black rubber house or sitting in the beer garden of the Pilot eating fish...
1 Mar 2013
Give a gift to nature this Christmas, by Alice Jefferies, Assistant Community Fundraiser
The south east community fundraising team can barely contain their festive glee this year and are regularly bursting into renditions of jingle bells out of sheer excitement. Along with the usual mince pie induced hysteria, we have lots planned to ensure the whole South East feels thoroughly festive in...
7 Dec 2012
Hooray for the sea, sea, seasiders!, by Nic Willett, Senior Community Fundraiser
The RSPB has many different designs of pin badge so I imagined that we must have one badge for every football club with a plant or animal nickname in the UK. While doing a bit of research on Wikipedia I was waylaid and discovered that quite a few football clubs are named after industries their towns...
30 Nov 2012
Welcome to Community Fundraising, by Lorna Beaumont
Well, I have been Community Fundraiser for the South East for 8 weeks and have learnt a few very important things in this time. Volunteers are the fuel that drives the Community Fundraising machine. Without the dedication of volunteers, pin badges and collection tins would not have brought in £160...
28 Sep 2012
Together for Trees: the wait is almost over, Nathan Davidson, community fundraising volunteer has a few last minute reminders for collectors
The Together For Trees collections are almost upon us; as you may recall the RSPB have partnered with Tesco's to organise bucket-collections outside the majority of their stores in the south-east on 21st and 22nd September. In the last post on this topic we provided step-by-step guidelines for how...
14 Sep 2012
Together For Trees: Getting into character will increase donations, suggests Nathan Davidson, community fundraising volunteer
We highlighted in a recent post that Tesco have partnered with the RSPB to protect our tropical rainforests. To raise funds for the Together For Trees campaign we have been invited to hold bucket-collections outside some of their stores in the south east on 21st and 22nd September. If you’d like...
20 Aug 2012
Together For Trees: Our planet needs you... what do you say? Asks Nathan Davidson, community fundraising volunteer
As you may be aware Tesco have stepped up to partner with the RSPB to protect our tropical rainforests . As part of the Together For Trees campaign we've been invited to hold bucket-collections at each of their stores in the south east on 21st and 22nd September. We could use this opportunity...
24 Jul 2012
How bananas and the South Downs are helping raise funds for Wildlife...
Phil Colyer, one of our Office Administrators in the South East office, is putting his best foot forward and will be running the BUPA 10K on the Olympic course in London on Sunday 27 May. In aid of wildlife — and us! Phil is doing the BUPA run to help raise funds for RSPB projects in the South...
9 May 2012
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