Angela Collins, Volunteer Coordinator
|Photo by Elizabeth Dack|
Our meeting started in Bewick House where Annabel Hill, our Senior Education Officer, discussed some of the activities coming up as part of our 90th birthday celebrations this year. Including the exciting two weeks that Norfolk Wildlife Trust will be celebrating in the centre of Norwich, with wonderful displays and activities in the Forum form Saturday 21 May to Sunday 5 June.
Gemma Walker then talked about her exciting new Norfolk County Wildlife Action project, which is running for two years and will get lots of new people out surveying their local wildlife areas. This is a big project to work with local communities on 100 churchyards and County Wildlife Sites across Norfolk. Encouraging communities to visit, enjoy and learn about the wildlife on their local sites, with more people getting involved in wildlife surveying.
|Winter flowering heliotrope, photo by Elizabeth Dack|
|Jelly Fungus by Elizabeth Dack|
Rosary Cemetery is well worth a visit, particularly in the spring. Many thanks to Roger for such an interesting tour, and many many thanks to all the volunteers who support our work in so many ways.