Beautiful Broads – a New Reserve and a Practical Approach to Climate Change
April 28th @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, and in line with government guidance, this event has been postponed. We hope to reschedule for the autumn.
A chance to see the new petos marsh reserve, created in the heart of the Broads and hear about a practical approach to climate change.
9.30am: Arrive tea and coffee
10.00am: Walk out to look at the new petos marsh reserve recently created heart of the Suffolk/ Norfolk Broads before it opens properly to the public later this year. We will be hosted by the local reserve warden and the local broads ranger – 3 mile walk on level ground though will/may be muddy.
12.30pm: Lunch at the visitor centre (bring own packed lunch)
1.45pm: Climate change in the Broads Authority – A talk by the Harry Mach (Broads Authority Project Officer) discussing the practical approach by the Broads Authority and how it relates to the national park strategic approach.
15.00pm: Discussion and closing remarks
Tea and coffee will be available at the Centre, but please bring own packed lunch.
This event has been kindly organised by the Broads Authority and Suffolk Wildlife Trust. For further information please contact Colin Hart, Broads Authority Ranger, on email@example.com
CMA Members Free, Non Members £40 plus booking fee.
Closing date for bookings 17th April 2020.