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The Brecks Fen Edge & Rivers Landscape Partnership Scheme

A new Landscape Partnership scheme, supported by more than 60 local, regional and national groups, to conserve and celebrate the unique heritage of the Norfolk and Suffolk Brecks.

👀Look out for @AncientHouseMus History Group's #DigitalTakeOver of our Head East twitter feed next Friday 1 July as part of @kidsinmuseums #TakeOverDay to promote activities & exhibitions in Norfolk such as The Princess Catherine Duleep Singh exhibition!

Have you volunteered for a BFER supported project? Whether you have assisted with outdoor swim events or Edna water testing, river restoration, geophysics, or research,
join our Volunteer Celebration Day, West Stow Country Park, July 10th
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For day 26 of #30DaysWild, check out this footage of pingo ponds at NWT Watering Farm 👀

Our Ghost Pingos project, with the @HeritageFundUK & @TheBrecksLP, aims to revive 14 of these ice age relics, providing a home for many rare species 🐸💚

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Exciting opportunity in #Brecks: Coaching tips for #OutdoorSwimming to develop your swimming 3 July, experienced coaches & lifeguards @EbbsEbbs, only £5, Part of @TheBrecksLP supported @HeritageFundM_E, at Lynford authorised @ForestryEngland

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In June 2017, following on from the successful Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme, an application for a new scheme was submitted by Suffolk County Council to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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Information on the 24 core BFER projects, and will be updated with all the events, activities, survey results, outputs and other exciting information as the projects progress.

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