The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has published plans to reopen its nature reserves when the current lockdown is lifted.
The Visitor Centre at NWT Cley The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has announced that it intends to introduce charges for car parking at the Cley and Salthouse Marshes reserves. The funds…
This is a pleasant walk from Morston to Weybourne on the coastal path. The going is easy but walking on the shingle section can be tiring. If the tide is out, go down the beach and walk on the hard sand.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Nick Acheson presents a new video about the North Norfolk Salthouse to Cley reserve. There is a quick glimpse of the new Simon Aspinall Centre presently under construction. The video certainly makes you want to visit now that spring is coming in fast.
David North of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust has expressed his concern about the future of the wildlife habitats at Cley and Blakeney if the sea defences are not reinstated.
Doubts are arising that damage to some of North Norfolk's sea defences caused by the tidal surge in December will be repaired. The Environment Agency are seriously considering allowing the sea back in to reclaim land at Cley and Salthouse. If that does prove to be the case the economic impact on the area could be considerable. Thousands of birdwatchers travel to the reserves at Cley and Blakeney Point every year injecting a great deal of money into the local economy. If the nature of the reserves is changed by allowing the sea back in the variety of bird life will also change and the attraction of this unique part of Norfolk for keen 'birders' could wane.
The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has received a lottery grant of £37,600 to aid with its Cley and Salthouse: A Living Coast project.
Coastal flooding - the potential future impact on coastal communities in North Norfolk of the policy of 'managed retreat'.
An attractive pottery and gallery at Cley-next-the-Sea.