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The Study Centre For The Broads

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 6th March 2018

  About How Hill Trust Funding support: Self-funding Number of staff: 17 Number of visitors per year: 2200 Overall aims of the centre   Environmental education Description of the centre 90 hectares SSSI and NNR 46 bed thatched mansion providing residential environmental education plus day visit opportunities Specialising in primary years education Approx 1100 children…

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RSPB Loch Lomond

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 6th March 2018

  About RSPB Funding support: N/A Number of staff: 1 Number of visitors per year: Unknown Overall aims of the centre Just purchased so objectives still being agreed. But overall aim is to protect the wildlife on site and provide a great opportunity for people to experience it for themselves Description of the centre 230ha…

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RSPB Ham Wall Nature Reserve

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 6th March 2018

About The reserve is owned and managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) – the largest wildlife charity in Europe. See our website at www.rspb.org.uk The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. RSPB…

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Lee Valley Regional Park

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 4th March 2018

About Following Royal Assent to the Lee Valley Regional Park Bill in December 1966, the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority was formally constituted on 1st January 1967. Lee Valley Regional Park Authority has been established to regenerate the Lea Valley from a neglected backyard into a ‘green wedge’ extending right into the inner parts of…

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Curraghs Wildlife Park

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 4th March 2018

  About The Department aims to provide a Park where people can connect to nature, set in a picturesque setting. The Park is there for people to connect, marvel and learn about different species. It is there for the community and visiting tourists. Name of organisation: Isle of Man Government Funding support: Paying visitors and…

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Creekside Discovery Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 4th March 2018

  About Creekside Education Trust Funding support: Thames Water, City Bridge Trust, Deptford Challenge Trust, Awards for All (Big Lottery Fund) Number of staff: One full-time, two part-time, a few freelancers (about 3) Number of visitors per year: 6,000 Overall aims of the centre a) To promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical…

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