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The Wiggonholt Association is due to hold its second Climate Change Forum at Pulborough Village Hall this Friday, 13th March.
The move towards containment of the coronavirus is growing daily.
We thought of streaming a discussion or making a film, but nothing really replaces a live audience.
Our topic FOOD FOR THOUGHT may be urgent in global terms but can also be deferred until better days.
With this in mind we have reluctantly decided to postpone Friday’s Forum, with apologies for those who were planning to come.
We are talking about September for a new date, but will keep everyone informed during the difficult weeks and months ahead.
Any enquiries meanwhile to Janet Aidin 01798 872531.
Welcome! Take a look at Wiggonholt - this is where it all began! In 1996 this beautiful unspoilt area was threatened with a 30-acre sandpit and local residents responded by forming The Wiggonholt Association in opposition.                 

After winning a long and costly battle against the proposal, its members decided to widen the Association's activity and it is now an influential champion of the West Sussex countryside, rural life and the natural environment of our planet.               

In 2009 the Association was granted charitable status in recognition of the public benefit of its work.