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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.

Another day coring in the Breckland @NorfolkWT investigating degraded 'pingo' sites - and surprised how few contain organic-rich layers in stony sands & clays which overlie basal 'putty chalk'.
More info to feed into biodiversity enhancement work @norfolkponds @TheBrecksLP ...


Today marks the start of Autumn #AutumnEquinox

Share with us your #Autumn photos of the #Brecks, we would love to see them!

@HeritageFundUK #TheBrecksLP #Autumn2021

đź“ŁWillow Fish Workshop
đź“…Wednesday 27th October
🌍West Stow Anglo Saxon Village

Have a go at making your own willow fish; a chance to find out more about this wonderful material & how it can be used.

For more info:

@WestStowNews @HeritageFundUK

We have awarded our fourth BFER 3rd Party Grant Fund to @theriverstrust towards their Preventing Plastic Pollution project.

To find out more about the project visit our website:

@Plastics_GO @Plastic_EU @HeritageFundUK @HeritageFundM_E

Butten Island in #Thetford to be renamed as The Park of Maharajah Ranjit and Duleep Singh on Butten Island

The island in Thetford sits between two rivers the Little Ouse River and the River Thet

@ThetfordTown @GreaterThetford @BBCLookEast @BBCNews

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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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