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Previous river events and training

See events held previously for River Guardians as part of the legacy of the Nine Chalk Rivers project.

River Guardian events - Spring & Summer 2017

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These took place on Monday, 24th April with a free, informative walk accompanied by a town guide, will include sections of both the Gaywood River and the River Ouse taking in the historic areas of Kings Lynn. The second took place on Monday, 15th May with a netting session at Derby Fen and an update on work of a River Guardian. For further information on the Gaywood Valley Conversation group see  http://www.gaywoodconservation.btck.co.uk/

River Guardian 2016 Christmas Outing

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Thank you to all of the River Guardians and Community Reps that came to the Christmas outing on the 12th December. The weather was dry and sunny and we looked at the new channel at Bayfield, visited Natural Surroundings reserve, looked at some riverfly traps and then had a fantastic lunch provided by Natural Surroundings.  A very pleasant end to the year 

River Guardian training

Flylife training, G Clark

Flylife training, G Clark

Pond survey volunteers required 

We are looking for volunteers to survey ponds in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty during winter and Spring 2017. You don't need any experience and support will be given.

If you are interested and want to know more then please contact Gemma by email: gemma.clark@norfolk.gov.uk