The Society promotes an interest in Natural History and encourages the study and recording of wildlife particularly in the Seaford and wider East Sussex environs.


Despite the restrictions of the Covid-19 Pandemic, members of the Society have remained active throughout 2020, and have taken much pleasure from their observations of wildlife and plants.


Our normal programme of Indoor Meetings between October and March, and Outdoor Field meetings between April and November are not currently taking place but we have substituted alternative activities that conform to Government Guidelines. Details these can be found on our PROGRAMME page.


We also have an active Facebook Page where members can share their pleasure in what they have observed and discuss items that puzzle them.


In addition we are producing a regular Newsletter to help keep members in touch and informed.


Photos from our 2019-20 Season

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A number of our members are actively undertaking monitoring and surveying, particularly on Seaford Head Local Nature Reserve, and we have managed to keep this activity going throughout the pandemic. More information can be found on our SOCIETY RECORDS page.


To enhance enjoyment of observing and studying nature in our area we have provided a list of PLACES TO VISIT and also a list of local and national specialist organisations See LINKS.


If you have an interest in natural history and would like to join us, then you would be very welcome. For more information about our Society, or if you would like to become a member, please visit our CONTACT US page.





Current Events

 Next Meeting


To Be Advised


For details see our PROGRAMME page.



SHLNR 50th Anniversary Plaque


For details see our REPORTS page


  page updated 14th April 2020                       Site created by Chris Brewer and maintained by Mike Kerry