Resources

  • Nature Trail Map

    10th October 2017

    Map highlighting the many wonders you will see along the Hoveton Great Broad nature trail.

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  • Dragonfly Lifecycle

    5th October 2017

    Find out more about our dragonflies.

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  • Children’s Dragonfly Colouring Sheet

    5th October 2017

    Create your own dragonfly.

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  • Children’s Colour In Postcard

    5th October 2017

    Send a postcard from the Norfolk coast.

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  • The Drip a watery tale! – YouTube Video

    3rd July 2017

    Introduced by a drip of water, this wonderful animation interprets the natural water cycle and other important areas of aquatic science and geography. It also takes a quirky look at the dark side, taking us on a thought-provoking journey through the murky depths and issues of our own waste only to surface in an engaging and brighter optimism for a healthier future full of home-grown heroes.

    Uploaded by South Devon AONB

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  • How Natural England’s £4.5m project will restore life to Hoveton Great Broad

    3rd March 2017

    A £4.5m project is under way to transform one of Norfolk’s Broads from a mucky brown lake into a pristine, clear wildlife haven.

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  • Children’s Butterfly Colouring Sheet

    25th November 2016

    Design your own butterfly!

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  • Children’s Leaf Colouring Sheet

    25th November 2016

    What lives on a leaf like this?

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  • Children’s Duck Colouring Sheet

    25th November 2016

    What colour do you think this duck’s feathers are?

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  • Children’s Fish Colouring Sheet

    25th November 2016

    Create your own fish!

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Partner Organisations

Life
Hoveton Wetlands Restoration LIFE+ project is generously supported by the European Union LIFE+ Nature and Biodiversity Programme. Bringing the Broads back to LIFE: LIFE14NAT/UK/000054.
Life
Natura 2000 - Europe's nature for you. The sites benefitting from this project are part of the European Natura 2000 Network. They have been designated because they host some of Europe's most threatened species and habitats. All 27 countries of the EU are working together through the Natura 2000 network to safeguard Europe's rich and diverse natural heritage for the benefit of all.