The Norwich Fringe Project is a local authority funded countryside management partnership that makes natural conservation happen.
Would you like to get involved as a volunteer, learn new skills and help manage a wide variety of sites for wildlife and people? There are lots of ways to get involved from one off events to regular volunteering sessions.
Our latest blog sees our volunteers at Marston Marsh and Earlham Millennium Green Pond doing a final cut of the pathways for the season. A warm welcome to our new volunteers too.
Concerning the work done at Reepham Railway Station in uncovering an overgrown platform, the difference is amazing. I brought my family out for a visit last week and they were all blown away by the difference. The Fringe Project have done an outstanding job on the reclamation – watch this space for more changes and volunteering opportunities on the Marriott’s Way.
Working outside with the Norwich Fringe Project after 42 years in an office environment has been a great experience. My fellow volunteers are a really friendly bunch who collaborate to work out ways of doing things and then energetically getting down to the tasks in hand. I have learned so much about managing the environment and techniques for fencing and masses of other things which have given me the confidence to take on any task that we are presented with.