Credit M Watson

The Claylands: a Human and Natural History

Thursday 29 September, 2022
Straddling the border between south Norfolk and Suffolk, the Claylands is a remarkable landscape forged through the interaction of glaciers, rivers, biodiversity and centuries of human history. Despite twentieth century intensification, the Claylands has retained much of its historic and biological character and is the focus of a collaborative conservation project led by NWT. Joining NWT Ambassador Nick Acheson to bring the Claylands to life are Tom Williamson, Professor of Landscape History at the University of East Anglia, Patrick Barkham, author and NWT President who is working on a biography of Claylands resident Roger Deakin, and Helen Baczkowska, south Norfolk commons rights holder and Acting Conservation Manager at NWT whose forthcoming book on commons and commoners was shortlisted for the 2021 Nan Shepherd Prize.

Event details

Venue Reserve
This event is taking place at NWT Cley and Salthouse Marshes. Click here to view this reserve's profile.
Time and date information
Thursday 29 September, 6pm food and bar, 7:15 - 8:30pm talk
Cost
£18 members, £20 non-members (price includes evening meal) + booking fee
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