Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group

Aim

Our main aim is to engage people, of all ages and abilities, in action for wildlife and heritage, in order to preserve the diversity of nature and unique character of the Manhood Peninsula.

 

 Objectives

Our charity’s ‘objects’ or purposes are, specifically, as follows:

  1. To promote, for the benefit of the public, the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment in particular, but not exclusively, by promoting biological diversity in the Manhood Peninsula or elsewhere, as determined by the trustees.
  2. To advance the education of the public in the subjects of landscape, biodiversity, heritage and history, with a view to protecting the local landscape, biodiversity and heritage, and promoting understanding and appreciation of them.

Southern Marsh Orchid © 2010 Sarah Hughes

Vision 

A Manhood where communities truly value and care for their wildlife and heritage. It is a living landscape where wild places are linked by a network of green corridors – hedgerows, ditches and rifes. Footpaths, bridle and cycle ways also criss-cross the flat landscape, ensuring its accessibility for people as well as wildlife. Communities actively enjoy the green spaces on their doorstep and green tourism flourishes.  The Manhood Peninsula is a particularly special place supporting internationally important sites for wildlife and heritage.

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