The Broads Landscape Partnership

About the scheme

The Broads Landscape Partnership Scheme: Water, Mills and Marshes is a £4.5 million group of 38 projects to engage people with the built and natural landscapes of the Broads National Park. Thanks to a generous grant of £2.4 million from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, as well as contributions from our partners and other charitable trusts, the scheme began its 5 year delivery phase in January 2018 and is expected to finish in December 2022.

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Our Partners

There are more than 50 partners contributing to the success of Water, Mills and Marshes

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the oldest Wildlife Trust in the country. The purchase of 400 acres of marsh at Cley on the north Norfolk coast in 1926 to be held ‘in perpetuity as a bird breeding sanctuary’ provided a blueprint for nature conservation which has now been replicated across the UK.

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Broads Authority

The Broads National Park with its scenic waterways, rare wildlife and rich history is looked after by the Broads Authority, keeping it special for visitors and its community.

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The largest nature conservation charity in the country, consistently delivering successful conservation, forging powerful new partnerships with other organisations and inspiring others to stand up and give nature the home it deserves.

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Norfolk Archaeological Trust

NAT is a local conservation charity which aims to protect Norfolk’s significant archaeological or historic sites at risk. We take monuments into our care, repair them, provide interpretation, and open them for everyone to enjoy.

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WISEArchive believes that people both retired and still at work have made an important contribution to society in the course of their working lives and are a valuable source of knowledge and experience which should be recorded and preserved for future generations.

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