Breaking New Ground

Reconnecting People with The Brecks

News Archive

  1. August Newsletter

    Read our August Newsletter here

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  2. July Newsletter

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  3. Morning Birds and Birdsong at Santon Downham

    Morning Birds and Birdsong at Santon Downham

    Early on Saturday 23rd April, Murray Brown, the RSPB Brecks Community Engagement Officer, along with two volunteers, met at Santon Downham to lead a “morning birds and birdsong” walk in Thetford Forest. The walk was well attended, not only …

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  4. New Project: Flintstones, St Mary, West Stow

    New Project: Flintstones, St Mary, West Stow

    We had some great applications to this year's People's Pot Small Grant fund, and we're delighted to announce that we are able to provide each of the projects with some funding. Over the next few weeks we'll introduce each of the new projects. Next up …

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  5. June Newsletter

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  6. A Visit to the Ice Age Brecks

    A Visit to the Ice Age Brecks

    Realising it was my last chance I grabbed the opportunity to attend Ice Age Brecks 3 on 21st May. This was the third and final of a series of Geology Day Schools presented by Norfolk Geodiversity Partnership, one of our Breaking New Ground project …

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  7. #30DaysWild in the Brecks!

    #30DaysWild in the Brecks!

    Could you do something wild every day for a month? 30 Days Wild is a campaign by the Wildlife Trusts to encourage everyone to feel happier, healthier and more connected to nature by doing something wild every day for thirty days this June. No matter …

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  8. New Project: A Platform for Wildlife

    New Project: A Platform for Wildlife

    We had some great applications to this year's People's Pot Small Grant fund, and we're delighted to announce that we are able to provide each of the projects with some funding. Over the next few weeks we'll introduce each of the new projects. First …

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  9. New Arrivals on Weeting Heath

    New Arrivals on Weeting Heath

    The last few weeks have seen the return of the stone curlews into the Brecks after their long migrations from Africa. And thanks to our Wings Over the Brecks project, a partnership between Breaking New Ground, the RSPB, Norfolk Wildlife Trust and the …

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  10. School Children Discover the Brecks Uncovered

    School Children Discover the Brecks Uncovered

    Visits to local schools by project partners, Suffolk Wildlife Trust have been a great success - as feedback from teachers shows. On the 14th of April Suffolk Wildlife Trust visited Forest Academy, Brandon and Elveden Academy as part of our Brecks …

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