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Innovative and challenging ideas put forward in Norfolk nature audit

Innovative and challenging ideas put forward in Norfolk nature audit

Innovative and challenging ideas put forward in Norfolk nature audit

Collaboration is key to nature recovery in iconic coastal habitats in West and North Norfolk.


West Norfolk beach shelled out an award

West Norfolk beach shelled out an award

West Norfolk beach shelled out an award

An environmental charity today announced 24 beaches recognised for their quality, the way they're managed and the facilities offered to visitors.


West Norfolk school is a garden community project winner

West Norfolk school is a garden community project winner

West Norfolk school is a garden community project winner

Dobbies chooses West Walton Primary School as Help the Community Grow winner.


You'll never walk alone

You'll never walk alone

You'll never walk alone

Stroll on ... and think about your environment, is the message of this new organisation working in West Norfolk.


Research shows invasive Japanese knotweed in parts of West Norfolk

Research shows invasive Japanese knotweed in parts of West Norfolk

Research shows invasive Japanese knotweed in parts of West Norfolk

Japanese knotweed infestations found around Lynn and Fakenham, says survey.


One day nature festival at Wild Ken Hill

One day nature festival at Wild Ken Hill

One day nature festival at Wild Ken Hill

Get connected to the natural world at an event being planned for September in Snettisham.


Borough council scheme boosts 80 community organisations since November

Borough council scheme boosts 80 community organisations since November

Borough council scheme boosts 80 community organisations since November

The small grants exceed £40,000 and under the scheme community groups in North Lynn, the Burnhams, Great Massingham and Hunstanton have benefitted.


Every church in Norfolk should have solar panels, says UEA prof

Every church in Norfolk should have solar panels, says UEA prof

Every church in Norfolk should have solar panels, says UEA prof

Installing panels on local churches for community energy use was a “win-win situation” for all involved, claims a Green politician.


Norfolk county councillors say 'No' to Wisbech burner bid

Norfolk county councillors say 'No' to Wisbech burner bid

Norfolk county councillors say 'No' to Wisbech burner bid

Developers have been urged to drop plans which critics claim are simply not needed.


Council's message raises eyebrows 'Is this really the image we want for the town as we enter the summer season?'

Council's message raises eyebrows 'Is this really the image we want for the town as we enter the summer season?'

Council's message raises eyebrows 'Is this really the image we want for the town as we enter the summer season?'

The 'graffiti' has been reported by the town's residents.


New solar farm 'could power 3,500 homes', developers claim

New solar farm 'could power 3,500 homes', developers claim

New solar farm 'could power 3,500 homes', developers claim

More than 40 hectares of land could be used for generating electricity under newly published proposals.


Countryside charity appoints new trustee and launches West Norfolk group

Countryside charity appoints new trustee and launches West Norfolk group

Countryside charity appoints new trustee and launches West Norfolk group

The organisation's new arrival has been a GP and hospital doctor in West Norfolk for more than 15 years.


Norfolk set for surge in solar farm development, Government plans suggest

Norfolk set for surge in solar farm development, Government plans suggest

Norfolk set for surge in solar farm development, Government plans suggest

A shake-up of planning rules, which could make it easier for solar farm projects to proceed, is being proposed.


'We will oppose burner bid', Norfolk County Council leader says

'We will oppose burner bid', Norfolk County Council leader says

'We will oppose burner bid', Norfolk County Council leader says

After months of pressure, county council chiefs have indicated they will object to plans for a huge incinerator, when a formal application is lodged.


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