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The Nar Valley Ornithological Society (NarVOS) was formed in 1976 with the objective of bringing together all those interested in bird watching in Norfolk in an area covering the River Nar Valley from King’s Lynn to Dereham and including Downham Market, Watton, Swaffham and Fakenham.…
The National Garden Scheme opens thousands of outstanding gardens throughout England and Wales to raise money for nursing and caring charities. Most of the gardens are private and are not normally open to visitors. 
Natural England is an Executive Non-departmental Public Body responsible to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Its purpose is to protect and improve England’s natural environment and encourage people to enjoy and get involved in their surroundings. It manages around two…
Necton’s Allotments are located at Firs Field, on Brown’s Lane, just outside the village and adjacent to the dog-walk area.  Leased by the Parish Council from a local landowner, they provide 22 full size plots, which can be split into smaller plots. The operational management…
Role Purpose To promote a safe and stimulating environment that will assist Service Users in preparation for independent living. For Service Users to engage with activities and improve their mental and physical health mostly using horticulture, ensuring confidentiality is respected at all times. Maintain or…
The Norfolk Conservation Corps has a varied and enjoyable programme, which includes pond maintenance, footpath construction, improvement of meadows and fens, and scrub clearance. No special skills or previous experience are needed as experienced people are always present and willing to help. Necessarsy tools and…
The Norfolk Historic Environment Record database is the definitive record of the county's archaeological sites and historic buildings. It contains over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence of human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day.
The Norfolk National Trust Volunteer Group was re-launched in October 1996, and new conservation volunteers are always welcome. We are a group of friendly like-minded people aged 16 to 60 plus years, who usually meet on alternate Sundays. The group assist wardens to maintain and…
The Norfolk Ornithologists' Association (NOA) is the only Norfolk charity dedicated to the scientific study of birds, principally through ringing and census work. The Association is based at Norfolk's only accredited Bird Observatory in Holme on the North Norfolk Coast, and also runs six other reserves.…
Do you care about your local environment and river? The Norfolk Rivers Trust is a conservation charity dedicated to conserving and restoring Norfolk rivers and wetland habitats. It wants to help communities find out more about their local rivers and to learn how they can…