Unfortunately our scheduled speaker for the 5th March, Maurice Gray who was going to talk about his experiences as a press photographer, has had to postpone his talk.
However, Rachael Wright, the Community Education Officer at Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Cley Marshes Nature Reserve, has agreed at short notice to come and talk to us about the work of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust work, conservation news in North Norfolk (including marine conservation zones), the wildlife at Cley Marshes and the new Simon Aspinall Wildlife education centre and the exciting upcoming events at Cley Marshes this year.
This spring they are opening the brand new education centre and interpretation centre called the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre. The aim of the centre to allow people of all ages and all abilities the chance explore, discover, and be inspired by wildlife and wild places. This year they have an extensive events programme which includes regular events, family events, workshops, talks, performances and exhibitions, details of which can be found on their website.