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Green Recovery Challenge Fund grants nearly a quarter of a million pounds to save threatened East Anglian wildlife

Norfolk Rivers Trust has received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £229,200 for Waterlife Recovery East, a partnership project comprising local NGO’s, Norfolk Rivers Trust, Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Countryside Restoration Trust.

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The East-West Railway route that could devastate wildlife

The East-West Railway route that could run right through Westfield and Lark Rise Farm in Cambridgeshire. The plans could 'devastate' the farm and undo 27 years of work to build a sustainable habitat for British wildlife.

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Author: Abbie Pearce

CRT latest statement on Covid-19

The safety of our staff, volunteers and tenants is our priority. Our offices and sites will be closed until mid-February. All staff will be working remotely but are available to help with enquiries. Updated: 07 January 2021

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