Coming from the sunshine coast of Southern England

Action Eastbourne

'The Little Peace Boat' arrives in Eastbourne (3.13 mins)

Veteran peace campaigner, Peter Le Mare, called here on his way to The Climate Camp on the Medway

and then to Westminster, London for the 50th anniversary of the CND peace symbol  - on Hiroshima Day,

August 6th, - to draw attention to the linked problems of catastrophic climate change and World Peace.

Peace Plaque travels to Eastbourne  (10.02 mins)

Members of the Sussex Peace Alliance pulled this cart all the way from Brighton to Beachy Head - a
gruelling 20 mile journey, carrying a Peace Plaque, which has now been erected beside the Beachy
Head Peace Path.

Animal Rescue (13.12 mins)

The East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) is a voluntary organisation, which relies on donations and does
not receive funding from government sources or the RSPCA. On call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, we arrive at the Horsebridge
Casualty Centre to find a badger that had been admitted the previous evening. Trevor Weeks explains the work of the wildlife rescue
ambulance service and its important role in the East Sussex area.