Hot new partnership will help wildlife


Wednesday 31 August, 2016




Norfolk’s wildlife is set to benefit from a new partnership which will see £10 donated to Norfolk Wildlife Trust for every stove supplied and installed by Norfolk Woodburners.

Founded in 2012, Norfolk Woodburners is one the largest suppliers and installers of stoves and wood burners in East Anglia.. To celebrate the new partnership, Norfolk Woodburners has joined Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s corporate membership scheme, as Silver Investors in Wildlife.

Head of Development at NWT, Nik Khandpur said: “We are thrilled to welcome Norfolk Woodburners as Investors in Norfolk’s Wildlife and are grateful for the generous support their donations will give to our care of the county’s wildlife and habitats.”

Managing Director, Kerry Walpole comments “Wood burners correctly installed and used produce sustainable renewable energy and we felt we had a natural affinity with Norfolk Wildlife Trust. We are delighted to be able to support their crucial conservation work with a donation from every stove supplied and installed.”
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