Due to its unusual vegetated shingle habitat, Shoreham Beach was declared a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in 2006. Friends of Shoreham Beach (FoSB) are a group of volunteers with a deep love for the sea and its environs, who are responsible for protecting and educating others about the habitat, its plants and its wildlife. Helping everyone to enjoy the LNR while understanding their potential impact upon this unique environment. Find out more below.

  • Join our FoSB AGM 2024
    Hear about our events and activities from 2023 and upcoming activities planned for 2024. Our guest speaker Thea Taylor, from the Sussex Dolphin Project, will also Continue reading →
  • Dunlin
    Dunlin is another small wading bird that’s sometimes seen along the shore line in the winter months. They are hardy birds, even if they only weigh Continue reading →
  • Ringed Plover
    A distinctive looking wader with their black ‘bandit’ eye-masks and orange legs. Most often seen on the harbour arm, but also along the tide line when Continue reading →