Broads Authority to be at the Norfolk Festival of Nature this weekend
- Credit: Broads Authority
The Norfolk Festival of Nature is taking place at the Forum in Norwich this weekend.
The Broads Authority will be attending on Sunday, April 22.
They maintain and protect the Broads National Park which is home to a quarter of the UK's rarest wildlife.
Broads Authority communication officer, Tom Waterfall, said: 'We're looking forward to meeting people who are as enthusiastic about nature as we are.'
The Broads Authority stand will be at the festival from 10am to 4pm. They will have a pond of aquatic creatures straight out of the broads.
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The festival will celebrate the cultural relationships which exist between people and the natural world. There will be an array of activities and talks on offer including the panel-led debate 'Fighting for Nature', children's activities, storytelling and more.
For more infomation about the Norfolk Festival of Nature, visit www.norfolkfestivalofnature.co.uk
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