West Norfolk nature site hosts festive celebration for youngsters
Local young children were introduced to some of the delights of the natural world around them at a West Norfolk nature reserve on Saturday during a special family Christmas party.
Titchwell Marsh, the RSPB’s internationally important site, is the second most visited in the country, with some 80,000 visitors annually.
The afternoon was all part of drive to encourage children to understand the importance nature plays in everyone’s lives and with it the chance to see it in all its glory at Christmas.
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