Wide Skies - e-news
Wide skies, the e-newsletter of the Norfolk Coast Partnership, aims to build links within and across our partner organisations.
Each new issue will be circulated by email to subscribers and will also be available in pdf on this website.
We welcome new readers and if you would like to receive each edition as it is published you may also SUBSCRIBE to the Wide Skies mailing list (we do not share information with other organisations and you can unsubscribe at any time).
Wide Skies - Issue 21 Winter 2018-19
Update on the Hun Story, Neighbourhood plan workshops and other news from the Norfolk Coast Partnership
Wide Skies - Issue 20 Summer 2018
Items include the 50 year designation anniversary and a great youth delegate opportunity
Wide Skies - Issue 19 Autumn 2017
- Neighbourhood plans
- Fund for protected sites
- River Guardians
- First Dark Sky Discovery Sites for Norfolk
- Glaven Eel project
- Norfolk Coast Bioblitz
Issue 18 - Spring 2017:
Items include River Guardians, Tourism project bid, BioBlitz survey, Climate change strategy and Dark skies project
Issue 17 - Autumn 2016: Items include 2016 Partnership conference, Ponds funding bid, planning information updates on website, Sustainable Development Fund news, Community representatives and Dark Skies project
Issue 16 - Spring-Summer 2016. Includes news items on the mysterious eel, Climae Change adaptation, Sustainable Development Fund and Pond survey project
Issue 15 - Autumn 2015 includes news about Community representatives election, handy habitats information sheets, Norfolk Coast ponds project and the Norfolk Coast strategy 2014-19.
Issue 14 - Spring 2015 includes news about the Glaven eels project, new five-year management plan, Chalk rivers day, Sustainable development fund, Dark skies and SITA funding for Wiveton Downs grazing.
Issue 13 - Summer 2014. This edition includes news about: Living on the edge - £3m HLF bid; Grazing project SITA Trust funding success and Felbrigg undergrounding scheme completion
Issue 12 - Spring 2014. This edition includes news about: Management Plan consultation; Grazing bid to SITA fund; Soft cliffs project Heritage Lottery Fund bid; Winter storm surge update and a River Guardians request.
Issue 11 - Winter 2013/14. This edition includes news about: Our new tourism business marketing and information tool; AONB Management Plan 2014-19 review; Latest on the Nine Chalk Rivers Project and report on second homes and communities
Issue 10 - Summer 2013. This edition includes news about: supporting grazing for biodiversity on Wiveton Downs; possible effects of climate change on wildlife, *habitats and landscapes of the area.
Issue 9 - Spring 2013. This edition includes news about: Our Coasthopper bus campaign; Recognition for our partnership work by Norfolk County Council; Plans for Stiffkey river restoration; New maps of the area and its boundaries and an update on the Sustainable Development Fund
Issue 8 - Winter 2012/13. Features news on a new project looking at the impacts of climate change on the Norfolk coast and a new project to work with local tourism businesses
Issue 7 - Autumn 2012. Features news on £1.3 million funding for local river restoration; a new group to protect Horsey seals; Easy access walks and Affordable housing
Issue 6 - Spring 2012. Features news items on: Disturbance of beach nesting birds; Partner educational activities; success of the 2011-12 Sustainable Development Fund and new projects in 2012-13
Issue 5 - December 2011. Features news items on Dersingham Bog, Geological landscapes
Issue 4 - September 2011
Issue 3 - June 2011
Issue 2 - April 2011
Issue 1 - November 2010