What is Greenhavens Network?
Working in partnership to enhance our parks and opens spaces, for people and wildlife!
Greenhavens Network was set up to support community groups who are volunteering to protect your green spaces and bring them to life, we currently represent over 75 community groups, stretching from Telscombe to Seaford.
What does a garden mean to you? Come see how it looks to Greenhavens Network and pick up some great tips.
Support a green future by protecting our green spaces. Help us protect and enhance these vital hubs of life.
Health & Wellbeing
Find something that motivates and inspires you to want to do more, helping yourself to a better life through your health.
The Greenhavens area
Results of climate change video
Watch the video to see what long term sea level rise, as a result of climate change, could mean to the Lower Ouse Valley. The visualisation path starts from Seaford Head and travels west to Newhaven and then turns inland to Lewes.
Produced as part of the Coastal Communities 2150, this visualisation is reproduced with permission of the Railway Land Wildlife Trust and the Environment Agency
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