Local Groups

Hoe bird walk, photo by David Knights

NWT has eight active local members groups which are closely involved in wildlife issues in their area. Groups meet informally throughout the year for talks, walks and social occasions. They provide an opportunity for everyone to be involved with Norfolk’s wildlife and conservation. Whether it is simply learning more about our amazing natural heritage or becoming actively engaged in conservation work, Local Groups have over many years provided valuable support to the Trust, in saving Norfolk’s wildlife for the future.


Hoe bird walk, photo by David Knights
Managing for woodlark, stone curlew & wider biodiversity in Breckland, Hunstanton Methodist Church Hall
Thu 27 Feb 2020
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Calling in the dark - Sound identification of nocturnal wildlife in Norfolk, The Meeting Point
Tue 03 Mar 2020
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Return of the Osprey, Watton Christian Community Centre
Wed 11 Mar 2020
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A History of Beeston Common, Alec Bussey Scout Centre
Wed 11 Mar 2020
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Wildlife & Management of Strumpshaw Fen, Town Green Centre
Thu 12 Mar 2020
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Looking for the Goshawk, Ingham Village Hall
Fri 13 Mar 2020
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Hoe Bird Walk, Hoe Common, Hoe Common
Sun 15 Mar 2020
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Walk at Hunstanton Cliffs, Hunstanton cliffs
Sun 15 Mar 2020
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Sandringham Country Park , Sandringham Country Park
Wed 18 Mar 2020
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Blakeney Point: A Ranger's Perspective, Cley Village Hill
Thu 19 Mar 2020
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