Joining OART

Why you should become a member and how to become one

The work of Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust is funded through membership subscriptions, donations and grants – but the diversity and extent of the trust’s work is only made possible through the commitment of its active volunteers and members who support all areas of our work.

Joining OART is one of the simplest ways to help wildlife in the Sussex River Ouse and Adur corridors. If you join us you will also be helping us fight against development that is threatening this sensitive ecological environment. Every member provides much needed financial support and strengthens the voice of the trust helping to protect this beautiful unspoilt area of Sussex, so that it can be enjoyed by everyone – now and in the future. There is no obligation to participate in our varied activities unless of course you would like to.

As a member you will receive our regular newsletter which will keep you up to date with the trust’s many varied activities. As well as providing news it contains many interesting informative articles written by members regarding wildlife and river related subjects.

Annual membership is only £15 and by using the Gift Aid facility we will benefit from an added tax bonus. This means that every £1 of membership money gives us £1.28

If you would like join please download the membership form via the big green button on the right, complete it and send it back to us. If you’d like more information about membership please get in touch via our contact page, we would be delighted to hear from you.


Please Join Us and gain the satisfaction that you are helping to safeguard the wildlife of these most beautiful Sussex rivers
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Jims Diary

Country ramblings from OART field officer Jim Smith


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