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Hun Community Meeting - January 2019

As  part of the HunStory feasibility study which ran from January to March 2019, two community meetings were held, which were widely advertised and drew good attendance. The purpose of these meetings were to engage the local community with the project, advise them of the aims of the feasibility study and share results where possible of the study.  

Community meeting 25th January 2019 Thornham Village Hall

The Norfolk Coast Partnership held a community meeting to discuss the HunStory feasibility study and share the aims of the study and report back on initial ideas. Independant consultant, Professor Richard Hey presented on River Hun morphology possibilities and Anglian Water on their committment to the project, together with the Norfolk RiversTrust on sampling that will be taking place and a study of the management of invasive species in the area. Please see below for Richard Hey's initial suggestions on a possible two phase approach to the reallignment of the River Hun to restore it's original course. 

See below for questions that were asked by members of the public during the event, we have tried to include all that were asked, however if any information is missing please do get in touch

 

Illustration for Hun Community Meeting - January 2019
Illustration for Hun Community Meeting - January 2019