22nd – 28th March

All Waterweek events are postponed until a later date due to the Covid-19 crisis. We will reschedule as many as we can later in the year. Thank you for your support.

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sun 22nd march SEA

10am BEACH CLEAN with Plastic Free Eastbourne. Meet at Redoubt, Eastbourne

2.30pm ‘WATERCYCLE’ an opera on Bicycles by Ian MacCrea. Join on bikes or walking, with or without instruments. Meet @ Redoubt Fortress, Eastbourne BN227AQ to Sovereign Harbour Yacht Club.


mon 23rd march LAKE

11am A walk round Furnace Brook Evolving Arts and Ecology Hub, Trolliloes Lane, Cowbeech, Hailsham, BN27 4QR with Hosts: Alistair & Diane Gould, Pete the Pond, Basil Dean Environment Agency, Kate Cole Southern Water and Chris Williams New Economics Foundation. Bring suitable outdoor clothes


tues 24th march SPRING

1-3pm West Rise School Water Festival – school only, with Pete the Pond and Evan Jones Ecologist

6.30pm Walk to Fulking Spring for water ceremony Meet @ by the trough at The Shepherd and Dog Fulking, BN5 9LU bring wellingtons & torch

7.30pm Folk Night. Acoustic folk music, modern and new. All players, singers and listeners welcome. Held by fiddler and singer Anna Richardson


wed 25th march RESEVOIR

10 – 4pm WATER FAIR at Hailsham Methodist Church, 82 High St, Hailsham BN27 1AU Members of
the Cuckmere and Pevensey Levels Catchment Partnership. Water clothes swap with Steve Biggs, water ecologist, Basil Dean, Environment Agency, Pete the Pond, Local farmers and others

7pm WATER FILM & ARTISTS Gallery North 70 High Street Hailsham BN27 1AX


thur 26th march RIVER

9.45am WORKING WATER WALK WITH GRAHAM KEAN Meet @ Barcombe Mills Car Park, Barcombe,
BN8 5BX TQ434147
7 miles/6 hours including lunch break

7pm WATER VIEWS Arlington Village Hall, The Street, BN26 6RX Cuckmere: A Portrait film by Ed Hughes, Julian Jones, water ecologist, Evan Jones ecologist, Anna Selby, poet, Ian Thomas, Pevensey Coastal Defence, Zoe Toolan artist, Irene Soler artist


fri 27th march WETLAND

Meet at Pevensey and Westham station at 10.30 or 11am at Chilley Farm, Hailsham BN27 1SE Eco-body poets Kay Syrad, Kim Lasky, Jemma Borg, Anna Selby. Evan Jones, ecologist, Andreas Kornevall, storyteller. Artists Rachel Cohen, Gabrielle Lewry, and Emily Johns Wellingtons essential!


sat 28th march POND

St Mary’s Church, Church Street, Higham, Kent ME3 7LS
Jane Trowel, Fiona Spirals, Pete the Pond. Pond Conversation. Music by Tim Cape, percussionist and Maya Kadish violin. Stalls by the RSPB, Kent Wildlife Trust.

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