|Cley Marshes in December 2013, photo by Jonathan Forgham|
The Visitor Centre remains open as usual and fully accessible. We have reduced our admission fee to £2 as a result but please consider matching that fee with a £2 donation. Your donation will be used to fund the repairs to Cley Marshes, which include repairs to boardwalks, hides, and paths. Currently we estimate our repairs will cost up to £100,000.
The New Year will see us look to working on the main block of hides however this is going to take much longer because the structural part of the boardwalk to them has been severely damage. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause visitors and appreciate your patience and understanding.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is extremely concerned about the breaches in the shingle bank as sea water continues to enter the reserve’s freshwater marshes on high tides. We are working with both the Environment Agency and Natural England to agree a schedule for the EA to carry out the necessary repairs.
For all the updates: http://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/Home/News/FLOOD-LATEST.aspx