Norwich Fringe Project
Managing our natural heritage & green spaces
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Established in 1991, the Norwich Fringe Project is a local authority funded countryside management partnership, working with volunteers, local communities and parish councils to look after the countryside around Norwich. We provide a full Countryside Management Service, looking after a range of habitats and sites including woodlands, meadows, marshes, heathlands and ponds.
Our work is very diverse and ranges from: providing advice on the management of sites and habitats, producing management plans and work plans, managing contractors and carrying out practical countryside management work ourselves – supported by our dedicated team of volunteers.
We provide opportunities for regular volunteering that includes training and learning through countryside management related activities. We also offer business volunteer work days, allowing organisations to give something back to their local community.