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RSPB England 🌍 Jul 1
Remember the sand martins? These are some of the fledglings from last week, very nearly ready to leave the nest 🥰
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ITV News Anglia Apr 9
.'s video of the sand martins at struggling to nest through these nets sparked a campaign to get it taken down. And it worked! Read more here: @RSPBintheEast
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ITV News Anglia Apr 9
.@NorfolkNorfolkDC relents on controversial cliff netting at . @RSPBintheEast
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Majesty/Joe Little Oct 10
To for a preview of the spectacular altar cloth that may once have been part of a richly embroidered dress worn by Queen Elizabeth I. Opens to the public on Saturday, 12 October.
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RareBirdAlertUK Apr 8
Heart-breaking footage Sand Martins makes perilous migration from Africa and this is the welcome they get at ! Bet it wishes it didn't now! C'mon GET THESE NETS DOWN IMMEDIATELY
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EnvAgencyAnglia Jan 7
Replying to @EnvAgencyAnglia
2/2 There is a possibility of some flooding of homes and businesses on the coast from to , including from 5:45am and 9:45am, between 8:45am and 13:45pm and Quay and Ferry between 11am and 3pm.
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Richard Daniel Apr 8
How sand martins are being blocked from nesting on the Norfolk coast after flying thousands of miles to breed here. Full story on tonight’s Look East BBC 1 6.30pm
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Dr Amy-Jane Beer will be back in January Apr 9
Developers, contractors, landowners, local councils, Defra... you can’t ignore this.
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Kate Prout Apr 9
Great news! have agreed to take down upper part of netting at cliffs within 24 hours after discussion with . Hopefully the Sandmartins will return to nest here. More on at six
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Geography Fieldwork Oct 3
After lots of national publicity on completion last month it was reported earlier this week that the ‘sandscaping’ used to create the UK’s newest beach at in had all been washed away. We thought we better take a look ourselves...
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Maritime&Coastguard Jul 12
What a wonderful way to end the week seeing this Guard of Honour for Coastguard couple Marcus 🤵 and Amelia Taylor-Mills 👰 who have just got married 💒 after meeting at Coastguard Rescue Station in 2016!
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Andrew For Broadland 💚#FBPE Apr 9
, the ecocidal gesture to sand martins contravenes Wildlife & Countryside Act - see below. Can you serve an injunction on in the High Court to get the nets removed ASAP?
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Ruth Brown Jun 21
Visiting this week. Was astonished in Church by the monument Blanche Parry erected to herself-and her Queen. She and her monument should be better known:
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RareBirdAlertUK Apr 10
Really poor choice of image here - implies Sand Martins are able to nest again at when the complete opposite is the case = nets are still there
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Lizzy Williams #StoppingHS2 Sep 30
This project should never have been allowed as predicted an environmental catastrophe and appalling waste of money for something utterly futile Shame on you!
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Fabian Harrison 🌍 Apr 11
Great to visit this afternoon to see beginning the removal of the upper cliff netting. Conversations will continue – but this is a vital step in the right direction.
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Alex Morss 🌍VOTE!⏳ Apr 8
Shell is literally building castles in the sand. They plan to rebuild them continuously for years to come. Millions of pounds will be spent on the sea defence. And why? Expected increase in storm surges, with climate change - and ironically all to save a gas works!!!
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Alex Morss 🌍VOTE!⏳ Apr 9
is trending. Can we get as much Twitter power for non feathery animals too? Sea life will be impacted by the sand bed dredging for - mostly to save Shell’s gas works from the ravages of the climate change it caused, which is speeding up coastal erosion.
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Kate Prout Jul 18
Join us live from cliffs at 6pm as we find out how you put 1.8 million cubic metres of sand back onto a beach whilst preserving a gas terminal. And hopefully lots of Sandmartin nests too.
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Ruth Brown Jun 21
One last (missing) piece of , - in the 19th century the painted glass depicting , and Blanche's grandparents was removed to church. Still there...
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