Breckland Local Group

NWT Weeting Heath, photo by Richard Osbourne
Breckland is the rural area of south west Norfolk which covers the countryside around the market towns of Attleborough, Dereham, Swaffham, Thetford and Watton. It has been known for centuries as 'heath and rye' country. NWT has woodland and heathland reserves at East Wretham Heath, Hockham Fen, Hoe Rough, Grimes Graves, New Buckenham Common, Thetford Heath, Scarning Fen, Wayland Wood and Weeting Heath. This diverse range of habitats, together with the rivers Little Ouse, Thet, Wissey and Lark, is of particular interest to geologists, naturalists, archaeologists as well as being a valuable recreation area for walking , cycling, and horse riding.Wether you are a resident or visitor you will soon come to appreciate this special area of the county. Please visit the Breckland Local Group page to read more.

NWT Weeting Heath, photo by Richard Osbourne
Ups and downs of wildlife photography in Equador and the Galapagos, Watton Christian Community Centre,
Wed 13 Dec 2017
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Breckland flora, Watton Christian Community Centre
Wed 10 Jan 2018
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Breckland Reserves update, Watton Christian Community Centre
Wed 14 Feb 2018
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The story of Houghton-on-the-hill, Norfolk, Watton Christian Community Centre
Wed 14 Mar 2018
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