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'Highlights what is going on with stamps, postal history and postcard collecting in East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton & Hove. Our 24 affiliated societies offer a wide range of speakers and events covering all aspects of these hobbies and all levels of collecting. Whether you are a beginner, traditional or specialist collector, there is a club near you where you will find a warm welcome from fellow enthusiasts.'

Member of BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT Grouping

Member of the Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers Grouping

Member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology Grouping

'We are the membership charity, working in partnership with the South Downs National Park Authority and the South Downs National Park Trust to campaign, protect and conserve the landscape of the park, so that it can be enjoyed by everyone, for future generations ... We hold an array of talks and other events. A program of talks open to the public is being arranged to complement our objective of preserving and protecting the South Downs National Park. We also regularly join community events in and around the Park to engage with people who love and cherish its unique landscape.'

Member of the Amphibian and Reptile Groups of the UK Grouping

'Founded in 1846, The Sussex Archaeological Society is the oldest of its type in the country. Our charitable aim is to enable people to enjoy, learn about and have access to the heritage of Sussex ... We host a finds identification service and offer a variety of walks, talks and conferences on the archaeology and history of Sussex.'

'The Sussex Beekeepers’ Association caters for those who live in Brighton, East Grinstead and East Sussex who keep bees or who would like to start beekeeping. There are five local Divisions each of which have their own website ... The Divisions have meetings which help train people in beekeeping ... In spring and summer the meetings tend to be at apiaries, which gives members a chance to handle bees and beehives ... Beekeeping is essentially a practical craft so it is easier to learn by doing it.  You need the company of experienced friends, and the Divisions provide this.  You never stop learning about beekeeping.'

'The Sussex Family History Group was founded in 1972. It has about 3500 members in Sussex, the rest of the UK, and around the world. There are five meeting centres in the County ... If you live in Sussex you are likely to find one fairly near to you.'

Member of the Local Nature Partnerships: England Grouping

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