Brundall Parish Council wins a Biodiversity Award

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Norfolk Biodiversity Awards 2015

Brundall Parish Council is pleased and proud to announce it has been awarded a top honour for its recent acquisition and development of two parcels of land – Cremer’s Meadow and the Countryside Park. It was awarded the honours due to its community efforts to conserve biodiversity and its enthusiasm plus systematic approach taken to develop the green infrastructure within the village. Cremer’s Meadow has its own Friends group to enhance and develop the site for everyone to enjoy in years to come. The Countryside Park which also has a Friends group, boasts an allotment site, a new Woodland bearing native species and areas to walk through including Low Farm Wood, situated to the North of Postwick Lane. The Council has been successful in setting up a new parkrun facility for all which complements nature with health.

Biodiversity Awards 2015

Group photo of the Norfolk Biodiversity Award winners 2015 including Brundall Parish Council representatives Martin Davies, Greg Chandler and John Philp along with our nominator Heidi Thompson

The Awards Ceremony where Martin Davies received the Honour for the Parish And Town Council category

The Awards Ceremony where Martin Davies received the Honour for the Parish And Town Council category

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