The region covers Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
(22 July 2013) Natural England has published a report today containing the final proposals for the 41 km stretch of England’s Coast Path which runs between Sea Palling on the east end of the north Norfolk coast, and Weybourne in the west. This follows on from a three-month public consultation asking for people’s views on the draft proposals for this stretch of coast.
(20 May 2013) A farming couple is giving wildlife in Essex a vital helping hand by creating their own version of ‘Noah’s Ark’ on their farm. Thanks to their conservation work, lapwings, lizards, bumblebees, corn buntings and turtle doves are now to be found alongside the more traditional farm animals on Moverons Farm near Brightlingsea.
(9 November 2012) 2012 marks the silver jubilee of the England’s agri-environment schemes
(15 October 2012) Proposals for an improved coastal access route between Sea Palling and Weybourne are published for consultation today, 15th October, marking the first stages of the England Coast Path in Norfolk. The scheme was set in motion by the Marine & Coastal Access Act 2009, which commits to creating a continuous and enhanced walking route around the entire English coastline.
(26 June 2012) Albert the bull joins his cows at Dersingham Bog National Nature Reserve (NNR)
(21 February 2014) Public access rights came into effect today over a further 13 of Natural England’s National Nature Reserves (NNRs)
(7 January 2014) Natural England’s Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve is hosting a stargazing event this weekend, supported by Dark Sky Discovery.
(4 December 2013) The Natural England Board have agreed to begin work to assess whether the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) boundary should be extended into Essex to cover the south side of the Stour estuary in Essex.
(12 November 2013) Natural England is forming a Friends group for the stunning Barnack Hills and Holes National Nature Reserve (NNR).
(9 October 2013) HRH The Duke of Edinburgh visited Dersingham Bog National Nature Reserve last week in his capacity as Patron of The Conservation Volunteers (TCV).