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Volunteers get stuck in at Holkham

Volunteers clearing pine scrub from sand dunes on the Holkham Nature Reserve. Volunteer Linda Durie at work.

Volunteers clearing pine scrub from sand dunes on the Holkham Nature Reserve. Volunteer Linda Durie at work.

Volunteers got their hands dirty in beautiful surroundings at Holkham Nature Reserve on Sunday.

A group of 12 helpers cleared pine scrub from the sand dunes at the site.

Holkham National Nature Reserve is owned by the Earl of Leicester and the Crown Estates and is managed by Holkham Estate.

The reserve stretches from Burnham Norton to Blakeney and covers about 4,000 hectares. It is home to some rare wildlife including grey plover, natterjack toads, grasshopper warblers, little terns and antlion insects.

Volunteer Linda Durie is pictured hard at work on the reserve.

Photo: PAUL TIBBS MLNF14PT02240

 

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