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Transition Chichester’s Eco-Cinema is held on the first Monday of the month at the Friends Meeting House. Films on environmental topics are shown, some serious, some amusing, but all are thought-provoking. The films are followed by a lively informal discussion session.

The Fairtrade Café is on hand to provide delicious refreshments.

Next event

Monday 4 December 7:30pm Friends Meeting House

Jane Reeve, Project Manager of FLOW (Fixing and Linking Our Wetlands) will speak about this important project at Transition Chichester's Eco Cinema on Monday December 4. The FLOW project is a landscape scale project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to improve the wetland features of the Manhood Peninsula for people and wildlife. Ditch surveys will be carried out across 11 parishes by volunteers and a management plan will be created. Landowners and parish councils will work together to carry out improvements and a core group of volunteers will be trained to maintain the work in each parish.
Volunteers for the FLOW project are members of the Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group, a local wildlife charity that aims to engage people, of all ages and abilities, in action for wildlife and heritage, in order to preserve the diversity of nature and unique character of the Manhood Peninsula. The work is carried out by local people and volunteers on regular days. Some of our members have specialist knowledge of some species and habitats and others love being outdoors and learning. We also play an important role in biological recording by imputing data into the Sussex Biodiversity Records Centre so that habitats and species can be mapped and taken into consideration during the planning process.
All are welcome to attend the talk which will take place at the Friends Meeting House, Priory Road, Chichester, at 7.30 pm on Monday December 4. Entry £5.00 (£3.00 concessions) includes refreshments. Further information available from 01243 5278435.