A big thank you to Hannah and all the team at Hall Farm Cottages and their customers for a wonderful donation of £259.  Hall Farm Cottages were a founder member of Love the Broads and we value their support and friendship.   This is a wonderful donation in such challenging times.


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A big welcome to the Greyhound at Hickling, our newest business partner.  We are very grateful for the support of Tony and Debi with our work to fund amazing projects across the Broads National Park.

 


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Welcome to the fabulous Staithe ‘N’ Willow on the riverside at Horning, our newest business partner.  We are very grateful for Alex and Fiona’s support and that of their customers to help us with our important work to keep the Broads special.


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We were pleased to be able to provide a small grant to Burnt Fen Alpcas to help them towards building special toilet facilities for less able visitors who gain so much from engaging with the alpacas.


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Are you passionate about the Broads? Do you enjoy meeting people? If so, we may have an exciting role for you. We are a registered charity looking to recruit a part-time Business Engagement Officer to work on our Love the Broads visitor-giving scheme. The scheme works with local businesses to raise money to fund projects across the Broads National Park
We are seeking a committed, organised and self-motivated person to take on this important role to engage with our business partners. This self-employed, paid, contract will be delivered between three periods in Spring, Summer and Autumn.
Please email a brief CV to peterh@broadstrust.org.uk telling us why you would like this role. The closing date for applications is Friday 4th March, 2022.
For an informal discussion or for further details please contact Peter Howe, Trustee, Broads Trust, phone 07887 480331

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We are delighted to welcome Ludham Bridge Boatyard and their loyal customers all playing a part in helping to keep the Broads special now and into the future. Thank you to George and the team. We know how passionate you are about the Norfolk Broads National Park and the fantastic wildlife and landscape we are privileged to have surround us.

 


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A special THANK YOU to Harry and James May of Maycraft Boat Services. We have just received an amazing donation of £500 from this small family business which was established in 1965. They, and their customers, have been outstanding supporters of our work to help the Broads National Park remain special. We are so very grateful. www.maycraft.co.uk


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Special thanks to the fabulous Katie, her team and all customers of The Galley at Horning

We have received over £200 from donations received from their delicious afternoon teas and the sale of brown paper bags.  We are so grateful to everyone involved.    When you visit the Galley you are assured of a fabulous welcome, food and drink and lots of goodies as well as knowing that you will be helping to keep the Broads National Park special.


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Love the Broads is delighted to announce that it has now raised nearly £60,000 and funded 47 amazing projects since it was launched.  View all of the projects here which have been supported by our Tourism Businesses, their fantastic customers and our Members.  Thank you all very much.


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Thank you for the many fantastic donations received over the past couple of weeks from our fabulous Business Supporters and their customers, all helping to keep Broads National Park special. Cotenham Barn, Broads Gin, Wheatacre Hall Barns, Broadland Cycle Hire Ltd, Go Paddle, Limes Farm Holidays, Prima Rosa and 70 other businesses.  Without their support we would not be able to offer grants for amazing projects which will truly make a difference to the unique Broads.  We are so grateful.


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We are delighted to announce that we have recently given two grants to very worthwhile projects:

To the Museum of the Broads for the purchase of automated life jackets for their tour boats and to Water, Mills and Marshes to enable the purchase of people counters to monitor visitor numbers as a result of this exciting scheme.

These grants would not have been possible without the support of our tourism businesses, their customers, our Members and many others.  We are very grateful.  Thank you.

 


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