The Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers many opportunities for research and education.
Although the Norfolk Coast Partnership does not have its own education officer, many of the partner organisations offer structured educational activities at individual sites (see left menu or the 'Schools/group visits' category on the active map for details of each site).
In addition, a working group of education providers and site managers produced a Field Study Guide for the Norfolk Coast in 2000 to facilitate educational visits. The guidance is still relevant and provides a simple overview.
Looking for information on Coast Protection?
Not something we are able to provide ourselves but an ideal resource starting point is North Norfolk District Council's website with information on Norfolk's Deep History Coast and a wealth of information for all levels in its Coastal protection section.
Note to school/group co-ordinators:
Please help us to record educational activity in the AONB by reporting your visit to the site education officer, who will also be happy to provide advice about your visit.
It is particularly important to contact the site education officer if bringing a large group or arriving by coach.
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