Posted: March 29th 2022
by Niobe Shaw
Spring has sprung, and there are changes happening all around us. Discover 10 signs of spring to look out for on your visit to Holkham, or in your local area.
Posted: November 16th 2021
by Will Clennell
Autumn brings golden leaves, cooler days and plenty of fungi to Holkham. In this blog, our resident fungi fanatic Will Clennell discusses why fungi are so fascinating and fundamental to our lives.
Posted: October 21st 2021
by Niobe Shaw
Half term is almost upon us and Halloween is just days away. Whilst Halloween is a celebration that can be great fun, it can also create a lot of single use items and plastic waste which negatively impact the environment. Sustainability and conservation are at the heart of Holkham, and so we are determined to find new ways to celebrate that help to stamp out waste. Here are our five top tips for enjoying a more sustainable and conscious Halloween.
Posted: September 24th 2021
by Ellie Hunter
Throughout the autumn period, we have a variation of wildlife walks within the park & nature reserve. From beginner wildlife enthusiasts, to experts – all are welcome to join! Read more about the walks you can get involved with in our blog.
Posted: July 15th 2021
by Mandy Humphreys, Wells RNLI Community Water Safety Officer
The beautiful coastline at Wells-next-the-Sea attracts many people around this time of year, and we want everyone to remain safe in and around the water. Water safety messaging is important to everyone visiting our beaches, even if you do not go into the sea. Wells RNLI Community Water Safety Officer, Mandy Humphreys, explains how we can all stay safe this summer.
Posted: May 28th 2021
by Sue Penlington - Sustainability and Learning Manager
May is traditionally the time when lawnmowers are fired up around the country as we start to spend more time outside and the grass bursts into life. However, it is also a great time to let nature shine and increase biodiversity. From large estates and parks to your own back garden, why don’t you give the #NoMow a go?
Posted: March 31st 2021
Each year from around the start of April to the end of August, the Holkham National Nature Reserve comes alive as the breeding season begins for shorebirds. One of the biggest challenges we face is protecting these birds from disturbance from walkers and dogs alike on what is one of the busiest beaches in Norfolk. To help combat this, we’ve implemented a few new restrictions on the beach. We hope you’ll join us in helping to protect these incredible habitats.
Posted: January 29th 2021
As part of our Wonder journey, work is starting on the avenue of trees at Lady Anne’s Drive in Holkham. Find out what we are doing and why.
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