Drone film taken over the top of Seaford Head after the recent cliff fall.
Country Living Magazine have made a film about the the beach clean they organised on Rottingdean Beach.
Louise has been travelling to two Sanctuaries in Egypt for the last two and half years and has built up a very good trusting relationship with Moni the Founder of The Bluemoon Animal Centre and Rose and Denise the Founders of The Purrfect Cuppa. In May 2018 Louise delivered a workshop teaching Reiki and Energy Healing and self-selection of natural food remedies for animals.
"The Founders are very on-board and it was great to have people join the workshop to raise funds and awareness for both sanctuaries. I had three other healers from the UK that came out with me. My relationship with animal lovers and supporters in Egypt of various sanctuaries are developing all the time which could lead to visiting more than the two sanctuaries on a trip to help and support as many animals, workers and volunteers as we can."
"Baco Had a nasty injury to his leg and problems in his stomach and around the sacral area related to his bladder. Reiki alongside Veterinary medicine is excellent it has supported many side effects mentally, emotionally and physically with Baco bringing balance to him."
"Speni Had extreme mange the Reiki and the natural remedies Speni self –selected for his condition alongside Veterinary Medicine helped Spleni mentally, emotionally and physically. When Adele and I returned to the UK we gave instructions to the workers and the volunteers to what Natural Remedies to continue with. Myself and Adele continued with Distance group Reiki to all the animals. I returned in July and delighted to see both dogs are now back to excellent health."
Louise has more stories to tell from one cat with Immune Disorder, another with severe anxiety, and another who had a broken leg in a RTA. The Reiki and the self-selection of the natural remedies Louise carries out has supported many of the cats and kittens mentally, emotionally and physically over the years. The Founders are delighted to see there cats and kittens are in good health and happy in themselves.
"Working with various complex conditions and Illness’s Reiki Distance, hands on and the self selection of the natural remedies never fails me it is part of my everyday life. To have the Founders, workers and the volunteers on board is great for the animals and very helpful to the workers, volunteers."
Louise teaches Reiki 1 and 2 and has more practitioners that wish to join her on the next trip which will be April / May 2019.
"Working in a Sanctuary and in a different Country Practitioners do need to understand the health, safety, ethics and the welfare of the animals and themselves. As Practitioners we do not judge and we can only focus on how we are going to work in a positive manner with the animals and carers to move them forward. Reiki and Energy Healing Practitioners all have an understanding of A&P, basic first aid."
Recently a photo of a line dead starlings lying on a grass verge was posted to social media by
the Rottingdean nature reserve organisation Friends of Beacon HIll. They were asking if
A satellite image showing just how dry our island has become in just two months without any significant (or any for that matter in some parts) rainfall and temperatures constantly hanging around nearly 30 degrees!
If you’re suffering from hayfever this year then the remedy could literally be on your doorstep.
Known in the area as ‘The Bee Lady’, Deborah Wolf has been supplying raw honey to people with the condition – with great results.
Thank you to Libby Darling of the Deans Grab Beach Clean for sending us this crazy photo of a mega lump of the infamous 'Palm Oil' waxy substance that was washed up on Rottingdean Beach back on the 16th of February 2014!
Teenager Ollie Darling added some food for thought by remarking to us: '' That's what your Kit-Kat's made of.''
The Deans Beach & Environment Volunteers:
Such sad news to hear that a small dolphin was washed up on Ovingdean beach today.
Julie Blanden took these images and called the coastguard. Great work Julie.
If you ever find a stranded marine creature then let the Marine Conservation Society and relevant authorities know.
If you want to help protect your local marine conservation zone Beachy Head West the join us on Sunday 4th February On Rottingdean beach
Photo by Julie Blanden.
Some pictures taken today on our stroll up the Whiteway bridal path and near-by going between Rottingdean and Saltdean, just before the rain came.
A Sunny but chilly winters day on Saltdean's seafront saw a fantastic turn out for today's (Jan 7th) Deans Beach and Environment Volunteers clean!
Hoards of eager helpers popped on their headphones for the special silent disco, grabbed a bin bag and with litter pickers in hand went off to scour the beach looking for environmentally unfriendly rubbish to collect.
A big thank you must go out to organisers Libby, Atlanta & Boyd, who with their army of over a 100 volunteers helped clear a massive 168 kg of unwanted debris from Saltdean Beach!
We asked local young photographer and film maker Ryan Ivatt if he would kindly come to the event and use his skills to capture the proceedings.
We think you'll agree that Ryan,14, has produced and edited a superb video of a high professional and creative standard!
We are very much looking forward to working with him on future projects!
Welcome to ZoneZine Ryan!
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