The North Norfolk Coastal Group (facilitation fund) is marking its first full year of operation by announcing an exceptional line-up of speakers and a wide-ranging field of topics for September’s meeting.
The most ambitious event organised by the NNCG so far, takes place on Friday 22 September, starting at 9am. It will be hosted in one of the most prestigious venues in the county – the Museum Courtyard at King Charles’ Norfolk residence, Sandringham.
The event will start promptly at 9.30am with people asked to assemble at 9am, when teas and coffees will be available.
The schedule and order is awaiting final confirmation but will include the following:
A presentation by Janet Hughes, the Defra Programme Director for Future of Farming and Countryside, with a panel discussion involving members of the NNCG steering group.
An update by the University of East Anglia (UEA) on Phase Two of the Biodiversity Audits for our area.
An update on Landscape Recovery Pilot plans for the catchments of chalk rivers.
News on a “Water for Wildlife Project”
Landscape Mapping of our area linked to the above presentations. This session will include a discussion on historic and biodiverse layers.
Coffee break and a chance to meet the speakers.
An opportunity to view the Estate’s Agroforestry project, led by agroforestry expert Stephen Briggs
More details will follow in the next few weeks but with spaces limited, it is important that you register your intention to attend as soon as possible. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.