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  • Ukrainian refugee visit to Dunwich Heath

    This week, the National Landscape team worked with Suffolk Refugee Support to bring a group of Ukrainian women to Dunwich Heath National Trust. The group caught the train from Ipswich to Darsham and then the Connecting Communities bus service to Dunwich where they walked the Sandlings Walk path to the famous Coastguard Cottages.   The…

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  • Free walk with the Ambling African Women

    The Suffolk Walking Festival is taking place 11th-26th May 2024 and places are booking up very quickly. The Ambling African Women walking group, which was created in 2023, are delighted to offer their very first guided walk for the Suffolk Walking Festival. Join the group on a very gentle amble and discover the very special…

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  • Nature recovery update – February 2024

    Nature recovery is a key part of our ongoing work to conserve and enhance the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape. Our Nature Network Officer, Alex Moore da Luz, provides a round-up from all of our nature recovery projects and volunteer work parties for February 2024. Suffolk Wildlife Trust – Trimley Marshes The project…

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  • New Natural Environment Improvement Project Officer opportunity

    An exciting new opportunity is available to take on the role of Natural Environment Improvement Project Officer and make a huge and meaningful impact to East Suffolk and the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape. The new full-time, permanent role will support the delivery of a £12 million fund to be invested in the National Landscape…

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  • Suffolk’s first breeding colony of grey seals recorded at Orford Ness  

    National Trust rangers at Orford Ness National Nature Reserve in Suffolk are celebrating the birth of over 130 grey seal pups this winter; the third, consecutive year of successful breeding at the coastal site, which is now thought to be home to Suffolk’s first grey seal colony.   Matt Wilson, Countryside Manager for the National Trust’s…

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