• Newsletter Autumn 2018

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  • AGM Wednesday 12 December at 6pm in the Visitors Centre

    We are thinking about changing our association into a charity.  There are advantages, disadvantages, and lots to discuss.  Everyone’s views will be aired at our forthcoming Annual General Meeting. The agenda is set out below.  Do come and join the discussion if you possibly can. If you can’t be there please get in touch – […]

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  • Newsletter for Spring 2018

    It’s Spring at last and here is the latest newsletter. Please read on to find out about the events planned for this Summer, our ambitious plans for the future, and the exciting conservation work being done by the River Nene Regional Park team. To download the newsletter please scroll down to the link.  

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  • Newsletter Winter 2017

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  • Volunteers needed at weekends

    We will be starting regular public volunteer days at the weekends over the Autumn and Winter 2017. The first will be on Saturday 30 September when the Rangers hope to get lots of people to help rake the hay meadow (into wind rows) while we have the equipment on site to cut it. We then […]

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  • Proposed new sand and water play area

    The Countryside Rangers at Barnwell are drawing up proposals for a new play area.  Their ideas will be available as drawings on display at the Visitor Centre.  If you support the idea in principle then please sign the form next time you drop in at the Kingfisher Café, or you can email barnwell@firstforwellbeing.co.uk giving your […]

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  • The North Lake Path

    Work begins on Wednesday 30 November, when the heavy machinery will arrive.  Some areas will have to be closed off so that work can progress.  There should be a new mud-free path around the North Lake and we can look forward to some improvements elsewhere too.  Weather permitting, it should all be done by February.

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  • Autumn Newsletter

    The latest Autumn 2016 Friends Newsletter is available to view for Friends and interested parties.There are updates on all of the current and planned projects as well as some interesting features including a profile on Georgie, new member of the Park Ranger Team. Please visit the Newsletter page on this website to take a look […]

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  • Black Swan

    We have a new seasonal visitor.  She is a 3.9 metre black swan currently making herself comfortable at the Lowlands bird hide, on the edge of Mill Lake Park. Created by Kenny Hunter, our black swan is part of Fermynwoods Contemporary Art’s Beyond Seven Mountains exhibition. Black Swan was commissioned for the Blickachsen exhibition in […]

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  • Sponsor a Metre Appeal Launched for North Lake Path

    North Lake Path All Weather Surfacing Project The Friends and Park Management are currently working hard to bring about a project to improve a significant area of the park’s paths. NCC and the Rangers wish to complete the hard surfacing of the remaining section of the North Lake Path in order to offer a complete […]

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