Improves areas and works for a better environment
Objectives of the Group
Friends of Lancing Ring was set up as part of the Susex Countryside Campaign.
Several conservation organisations have liased to help form this group, which is aimed at the local people of Adur, all those who use and/or care about Lancing Ring.
If you care about Lancing Ring, please join us to help ensure that its beauty and wildlife flourish, for ourselves and future generations to enjoy.
Our objectives are:
◾To encourage local people to an awareness of the beauty on your doorstep.
◾To encourage public understanding of the ecology of Lancing Ring.
◾To promote visits to Lancing Ring to observe the rich wildlife.
◾To survey, monitor and protect the wildlife on Lancing Ring.
◾To act as a focal point for all conservation work.
◾To undertake that work alone or with other groups.
◾To also undertake path maintenance and litter clearance.
Working to restore Shoreham Fort as a visitor attraction and educational resource
Please note that Shoreham Fort does not currently have a postal address. If you need to send something by post then please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Founded in November 2011
Urging Adur District Council to commit to the regeneration of Lancing Village Centre
The traders and residents have created a petition to urge ADC to commit the necessary Council resources to promote the regeneration of Lancing Village Centre and to make funds urgently available to achieve this.
OART is a rivers trust formed from the amalgamation of the Sussex Ouse Conservation Society and the River Adur Conservation Society. It is a registered charity and a member of the national body now known as The Rivers Trust (formerly the Association of Rivers Trusts).
OART is dedicated to the environmental protection and enhancement of the Sussex River Ouse, the River Adur, their tributaries and impoundments. As a member of the European Union, the UK has an obligation under the Water Framework Directive (WFD) to bring our rivers up to ‘good ecological status’ by 2027 at the latest. Failure to achieve this would mean the government having to make substantial infraction payments to the EU. However, this legislation offers a great leap forward in relation to the well being of our rivers. The rivers Ouse and Adur have been designated as one catchment by DEFRA and this has subsequently been chosen as one of ten pilot catchments to lead the way in UK river restoration. OART has risen to the challenge with enthusiasm and both individually and in partnership with other organisations such as the Environment Agency we are engaged in a programme of improvements to our rivers habitats. The government has allocated significant funding for these purposes and this has enabled us to carry out both minor and major improvements on both our rivers.
Shoreham Airport is the oldest licensed airport in the UK and its Visitor Centre & Museum offers a fascinating insight into Shoreham’s past, with a wealth of interesting displays and information about aviation in general and the Airport itself.
The Museum is housed within the splendid Art Deco airport terminal building, and full airport tours, which last about an hour, take in visits to the hangars and views of the resident aircraft.
Presentations and talks are also available, as well as other events throughout the year ranging from bands in the evening to Airshows.
The Friends of Shoreham Beach are volunteers with a deep love for the sea and its environs and are dedicated to protecting, enjoying and educating others about this rare Shingle Reserve.
The Reserve is owned by Adur District Council and managed by the local Nature Reserve Management Group which includes a variety of stakeholders and at present two FoSB committee members. They work to support the L.N.R. through raising public awareness in the plants and animals which live here and also awareness of their fragility in the face of inappropriate human activities. As part of this commitment the Friends organise Beach Cleans,monitor rare species and remove invasive ones. In this way we hope to preserve the habitat for for present and future generations.
The Shoreham Society is an independent voice for residents of Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex. Its remit covers planning, conservation, development, the local economy, environmental issues and general local interest.
Environmental group supporting Widewater.Welcome to the Widewater Lagoon. This beautiful, coastal nature reserve is one of Lancings hidden treasures, situated a short stroll along Lancing seafront, between Beach Green and Shoreham Beach.