Fresher’s Fayre was held at Collyer’s towards the end of September over two days. Fifty students expressed an interest in participating in conservation locally. Ian Carr and Penny Fenton from the Sustainability Committee attended the fayre and encouraged students to sign up. In the same week, Murray Tarvis attended a meeting in Worthing with The Conservation Volunteers (TCV). He came back with clear ideas about how we could set up our own conservation activities in the local area. Since then, opportunities for conservation have arisen with Southdowns National Park, and students will be able to meet an attendee of the COP26 conference on Climate Change on the 2nd November.