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New Research Provides Basis for Local Nature Recovery

More than 60 regional experts, organisations and landowners have combined their knowledge and resources to create the first comprehensive “biodiversity audit” of the many thousands of wildlife species across North Norfolk’s iconic coastal habitats, to help guide...

National Trails UK are looking for new Trustees

National Trails UK are looking for new Trustees

National Trails UK is looking for people from a range of different backgrounds with time, energy and skills to become trustees and help take forward this new charity as a champion and independent voice for the UK’s National Trails network. A network of long-distance...

Norfolk Coast Path resurfacing work closures

Norfolk Coast Path resurfacing work closures

The following sections of the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail have repairs or resurfacing taking place, or scheduled; Sheringham: Work to resurface a section of the Norfolk Coast Path is set to start on 7 February along Sheringham Footpath, between the boating lake...

Government response to the Landscapes Review

Government response to the Landscapes Review

The Government's response to the Landscapes Review have been set out by Environment Secretary George Eustice. The proposals, which will be subject to consultation, are a response to Julian Glover’s independent Landscapes Review which looked at whether the protections...

Norfolk Coast’s beach clean stations made of litter

Norfolk Coast’s beach clean stations made of litter

Two beaches in the Norfolk Coast area of outstanding natural beauty are the first places in England to get recycled litter picking stations – thanks to a grant from the Norfolk Coast Partnership. Brancaster National Trust and Café Carmel Bacton have taken delivery of...

The Wash & Norfolk Coast Dogs Project Survey

The Wash & Norfolk Coast Dogs Project Survey

The Wash and North Norfolk Marine Partnership (WNNMP) and Norfolk Coast Partnership (NCP) are working with local nature sites to raise awareness of coastal wildlife disturbance issues, whilst ensuring that dog walking can still be enjoyed by both human and hound. As...

The Countryside Code has been refreshed

The Countryside Code has been refreshed

The Countryside Code has been refreshed to reiterate the best practices around visiting the countryside and protecting the natural environment, both safely and enjoyably. Natural England have launched the refreshed Countryside Code in time for Easter Bank holidays and...

Coastal Code poster

If you are a tourism business preparing to reopen once it is safe to do so, you may like this coastal code to share with your visitors this season to keep the Norfolk coast beautiful.  Please email us at [email protected] if you would like an A3 sized version. The...

New Farming in Protected Landscapes programme

Defra announced the Farming in Protected Landscapes programme on 24 June. Further detail on the announcement can be found here . Latest information, guidance on how to apply and local contact details are on our Farming in Protected Landscapes webpage.

Norfolk Coast Guardian, including e-version

This year's 40 page Norfolk Coast Guardian newspaper is an action for nature special featuring art, poems and even fiction. There's a handy map, tips on walking, cycling, and dog walking; the coastal code and a local products directory, as well as a kids page and...

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