It’s been a busy week. Cley on Monday – very little out of the ordinary. On Tuesday we went to Norwich to stock-up on essential travel supplies – I did manage a minor diversion on the way home to look for wild swans, which have been few and far between this winter. Eventually located a small mixed flock of Whooper and Bewick’s, a few fields back from the Horning to Neatishead road. NENBC Committee meeting Tuesday evening then Felbeck Trust work / meeting yesterday – preparing for our next project, habitat restoration of several redundant allotments at Melton Constable.
The big news is that the Peoples Vote has now opened for Norfolk Country Council’s 2018 Eco Hero Award. I only agreed to be nominated in the hope that any publicity it generates will help raise the profile of Felbeck Trust – the trustees, volunteers and friends who are FT and our current campaign to raise money to purchase Spurrell’s Wood. Their are some genuinely worthy candidates – please vote by visiting the NCC ECO Awards website (click here) and please pass on the link to family, friends and acquaintances.