- Are People Ready To Visit Attractions Again?
- Getting Outside Again with Wildlife Photographer, Josh Jaggard
- Reviving Revenues
- 3 Reasons Why Tinkergarten Is One of Our Lockdown Heroes
- A Different View’s Visitor Attraction Mindset Survey
- Sylvia Matiko guest panelist
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Josh Jaggard is an emerging wildlife photographer who has been wowing us this month with shots of otter and seal life.
He was born and raised, and still works, in Norfolk, where fields, woodland and coastline offer up many special habitats to study. But he’s also at home among the wilds of Shetland. From barn owls and kingfishers to spawning frogs and boxing hares, Josh shows us how England's wildlife survives and thrives on its uniquely perse terrain.
Master Planning and Uncovering A Compelling Vision
Last year we were developing the reserves across the fens, this year we’re working with the RSPB again at Titchwell and the Mid Yare Reserves in Norfolk. The work is very much strategic, helping both reserves understand what a picture of the future looks like and how to go about master planning the reserves for people and for wildlife. The RSPB is the UK’s largest conservation charity, inspiring everyone to
We’ve recently been appointed by The National Trust to work on a project on the North Norfolk Coast. It’s a lovely place to be as you can see from the photo. I think most people associate the National Trust with period buildings and their estates but outdoor spaces are also a big part of their portfolio including large expanses of the North Norfolk coast.
Today I spent the day with their team at Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre (that would be BMAC