Norfolk Wildlife Trust manages more than 50 nature reserves, covering 10,000 acres, for wildlife and people in Norfolk. Details of our events, our nature reserves, the wildlife we protect and our conservation successes are on the Norfolk Wildlife Trust website: http://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/home
Norfolk Willdlife Trust's education team believes in bringing the people of Norfolk closer to nature and offering them the chance to learn about the natural world around them. We work with schools throughout the year, both on school premises and at four of our most fascinating nature reserves - Ranworth Broad, Hickling Broad, Cley Marshes and Holme Dunes.
Events for children and families
During half-terms and holidays we arrange a huge range of wildlife-related events for children and their families on nature reserves and in community centres, libraries and other venues around the county. On one weekend day each month we offer a family-friendly Wildlife Watch event in a wild corner of Norfolk.
Wildlife Watch in Norfolk
For more information on Wildlife Watch at Norfolk Wildlife Trust contact Annabel Hill:
By telephone: 01603 625540
By post: Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Bewick House, 22 Thorpe Road, Norwich, NR1 1RY