Breaking New Ground

Reconnecting People with The Brecks

News Archive

  1. Fantastic Fungi

    Painting Fungi in Watercolour -1st November 2014 The popular series of watercolour workshops, delivered by the Iceni Botanical Artists, ended this month with fungi.  The programme will repeat again next year.   Summary of the day by Isabel …

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  2. From Sat Nav to Saxons: Highlights from the Recent Archaeology in Suffolk Conference

    There was the most beautiful sunrise over the Norfolk countryside on Saturday morning. I thought it might herald a successful journey into Ipswich.  I hoped it would.  So far my experience had involved driving around in circles, with a map rendered …

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  3. Wet but Worth It: Brecks Heath Forum

    Wet but Worth It: Brecks Heath Forum

    Last week the BNG team attended a Brecks Heath Forum gathering at Harling Heath; a heathland re-creation project managed by Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT). Our fabulous host was Andy Palles-Clark, the NWT’s Project Officer for the Brecks Heath …

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  4. The Breakdown: BNG's first newsletter

    The first edition of Breaking New Ground's monthly newsletter, The Breakdown, is available for you to download here.  Aimed at project partners and partcipants, it features:   Breaking News - general updates from the BNG team Project Focus - a …

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  5. People's Pot Launched

    People's Pot Launched

    The Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership announces the launch of its £30,000 ‘PEOPLE’S POT’ Community Grant fund. As part of the £2.2m Heritage Lottery funded Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme, a special fund is available …

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  6. Launch of Breaking New Ground

    Launch of Breaking New Ground

    Communities, schools and the landscape of the Brecks will be benefitting from a series of new and exciting landscape and heritage conservation projects thanks to a £1.5million grant from the Heritage Lottery. Following the second-round application …

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