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    Giving pollinators a helping hand is the least we can do in the face of the climate crisis that world leaders are assembling in Glasgow to discuss this November. But the need to do so is pressing – and easy.

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Colour comes to Heene Cemetery’s website
Now that Heene’s summer wild flowers have died back and been replaced …
Green Flag Community Award
The Green Flag Community Award 2021/22 flag, flies over the Conservation and …
Heene Heritage Open Day 2021
Heene Heritage Open Day 2021 took place on Saturday 18 September 2021 where …
World Environment Day
World Environment Day 2021 is celebrated by Friends of Heene Cemetery with …
International Day of Biodiversity
International Day of Biodiversity 2021 is celebrated by the Convention of Biological …
Heene Cemetery Data Study 2
120,000 Years of Life. Heene Cemetery Data Study 2 is centred on …
World Health Day
The World Health Organisation commemorates World Health Day on April 7th and …
Data Study of Heene Cemetery Burials
This is our first Data Study of Heene Cemetery burials. We have …
World Tuberculosis Day
The World Health Organisation commemorates World Tuberculosis Day on March 24 to …
World Water Day
Friends of Heene Cemetery celebrates World Water Day, on 22nd March 2021. …
International Women’s Day
International Women's Day falls on Monday 8th March 2021 this year, and …
Valentines Day
Love is in the air and Friends of Heene Cemetery research volunteers …
Love your Local Urban ‘Green Space’!
St Valentines Day is historically a day to declare love! And, for …
World Cancer Day
Friends of Heene Cemetery Honour and Value the lives lost to Cancer …
International Day of Education
Heene Cemetery Celebrates International Day of Education which falls on 24th January …
The Role of Heene Cemetery In Local Wildlife Conservation
The natural maintenance techniques used in the management of Heene Cemetery have …
Heene Cemetery wins Green Flag Award
Heene Cemetery is one of more than 2,000 sites across the country …
Branch-lopping sheds light in Heene Cemetery
There are three mature Monterey Cypress trees in Heene Cemetery. You can't …
Friends of Heene Cemetery 5th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday 12th September 2020 proved to be a triple event starting with …
Why does Heene Cemetery look the way it does?
Heene Cemetery is designated a Sussex Site of Nature Conservation Importance, and …

History

What is a Closed Cemetery
The 21st December 2020, marked 43 years since Heene Cemetery was closed, …
Worthing hides a haven of History and Wildlife
Did you know Worthing has a hidden haven of History and Wildlife …
Searching for Old Photographs of Heene Cemetery, Worthing.
We are searching for old photographs of Heene Cemetery, Worthing, and the …

Nature

Headstones, pollinators and COP26
Giving pollinators a helping hand is the least we can do in …
Green Flag Community Award
The Green Flag Community Award 2021/22 flag, flies over the Conservation and …
Heene Heritage Open Day 2021
Heene Heritage Open Day 2021 took place on Saturday 18 September 2021 where …
World Environment Day
World Environment Day 2021 is celebrated by Friends of Heene Cemetery with …
International Day of Biodiversity
International Day of Biodiversity 2021 is celebrated by the Convention of Biological …
What’s causing a Buzz in Heene
What's causing a buzz in Heene? We caught up with our bee-keeper, …
Spring into Heene Cemetery
Spring into Heene Cemetery via the wonders of the web. We would …
LOCAL BIRDING FEBRUARY 2021
Heene Cemetery is designated a Sussex Site of Nature Conservation Importance, and …
National Hedgehog Day
National Hedgehog Day falls on the 2nd of February every year. A …
In with the New!
Are any of your new year’s resolutions to clear brambles and invasive …
The Heene Cemetery Nightshift
Carpe diem (Latin: Seize the day) is not a mantra that some …
The Soil Profile of Heene Cemetery
Heene Cemetery occupies about one acre of flat land in Worthing that …
Worthing hides a haven of History and Wildlife
Did you know Worthing has a hidden haven of History and Wildlife …
Hotels built in Worthing’s Heene Cemetery
Worthing’s Heene Cemetery had two new hotels installed this summer – without …
The Role of Heene Cemetery In Local Wildlife Conservation
The natural maintenance techniques used in the management of Heene Cemetery have …
Heene Cemetery wins Green Flag Award
Heene Cemetery is one of more than 2,000 sites across the country …
Branch-lopping sheds light in Heene Cemetery
There are three mature Monterey Cypress trees in Heene Cemetery. You can't …
Why does Heene Cemetery look the way it does?
Heene Cemetery is designated a Sussex Site of Nature Conservation Importance, and …

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