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Buy a corner of
Suffolk for nature

Every £1 you give will buy £3 of nature reserve

Suffolk Wildlife Trust has the chance to buy and restore 384 acres of land for wildlife in the Broads National Park.  The land links up three nature reserves that are home to some of the UK’s rarest wildlife.

This is the biggest nature reserve purchase we have ever undertaken. The land costs £3 million and we still need to raise £1 million - so every £1 you give will be tripled by other funding (most importantly our approach to the Heritage Lottery Fund).

With your help we can create a wild landscape for nature.

 


So far we’ve raised £758,188 - Thank you!

75% raised!

Current total:
£758,188

Our target:
£1,000,000

“Please help Suffolk Wildlife Trust rescue this precious corner of East Anglia and bring back wildlife in all its splendour”Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough

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Anne Hyatt king

Such a great aim and well done to those who started this project

£10 – 5m2

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Keith Clarke

It is important that we protect and manage our remaining wild areas for future generations.

£100 – 50m2

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Elden, Rowan and Tigerlily Mathers

Really exciting project, we need more land left for nature to manage itself, for the health of us and the health of the world.

£10 – 5m2

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Richard Tomsett

Hopefully if all goes to plan, I'm sure in the future TV shows like BBC Springwatch will probably be filmed at Carlton Marshes making it a Nationally known wildlife haven. Good luck with the appeal!