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    The Yellow Fish project reduces surface water pollution that ends up in local rivers, with the message “only rain down the drain!” Why is the project needed? Rivers are at the heart of a town or city’s historic, social, and economic development. With thriving ecosystems,…
    There are regular biodiversity projects taking place in Great Massingham, please see the website for updates. Biodiversity is a contraction of biological diversity, encompassing the variability and variety of life on Earth. Importantly, biodiversity includes all living things - not just wildlife. Our Aim - To…
    The Norwich Bat Group was formed in 2007 and works to help protect, conserve and raise the awareness of bats in Norwich and the surrounding area. Of the approximately 17 resident species of bat found in Britain, at least ten species have been recorded in and…
    The Norfolk National Trust Volunteer (NNTV) Group was re-launched in October 1996 and has been a thriving group ever since. We are a group of friendly like-minded people aged 18 to 80 who meet on alternate Sundays. The group assists rangers to maintain and conserve National…
    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…
    Welcome to the newly independent Mid Norfolk Conservation Volunteers, now being organised by the volunteers themselves after over 2 years funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  This is your chance to enjoy helping wildlife and the countryside in the heart of Norfolk. Our regular activities each Friday run…
    The Community Fundraising team at Wood Green Pets Charity (home of Channel 4’s The Dog House) are looking for dedicated people to be Wood Green champions in their local area to raise funds and awareness for the vulnerable pets and their people that we support.…