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Project Updates

Discover how we are putting the sparkle back in Hoveton Great Broads murky waters!

A short article which we published in the Broadscaster and Turn magazines, promoting Hoveton Nature Trail and introducing the project.

Hoveton spring flowers

What’s exciting about 2021!

The Project has been busy over recent years, and latterly we have been busy getting everything ready for when we can welcome you all back to the trail soon!

Project Update: April 2019

Our new Project Manager, Chris Terry has now joined the team and is getting to grips with the complex "ins and outs" of the project.

Project Update: September 2018

Want a wonderful day out this summer? Then come find our GoGo Hare at Salhouse Broad, then jump on the ferry and take a trip to our beautiful Hoveton Nature Trail.

Project Update: May 2018

Banded demoiselles on the trail, GoGo Hare on a Wherry, Norfolk show, artist in residence, and a new trail leaflet.

Project Update: April 2018

A chance to see behind the scenes with some amazing aerial photography by Mike Page.

Project Update: March 2018

We have had huge success with the sediment removal this year, bringing the project forward leaps and bounds!

Project Update: 10th April 2017

The sediment removal is well and truly underway; Land and Water have been out on the broad and been dredging and filling geotubes.

Press Special Update: 3rd March 2017

Links to latest press coverage of the Hoveton Great Broad Restoration Project February 2017

Project Update: 17th January 2017

Firstly, Happy New Year everyone! We can’t believe its 2017 already…

Project update: 9th December 2016

We have a live website! This is a huge achievement for the team and provides us with a web “home” for the project.

Autumn morning

Project update: 17th October 2016

It’s been a busy few months for the Hoveton Project Team – we’re not quite sure how it has already been two months since our last team update!