Photographs of Thorpe woodlands, their varied habitats, plantlife and wildlife all taken by friends and supporters. most taken between 2010 and 2013

Monday, 10 June 2013

Thank you to all those who have responded in support of Thorpe Woodlands to the Broadland Area Action Plan Public Consultation.
Keep an eye on the blog for any developments, and for the final number of those who felt the future of our woodlands to be important enough to take part in the decision on their future.

Final number of responses is 2440!
99% of those were 
against any development of the woodlands.
The biggest response ever to a single issue in a 
Broadland Consultation

The vast majority of responses to the Consultation were on the Thorpe Woodlands questions and, of the remaining responses, many refer to the importance of keeping our woodlands for people's well being, the environment and for wildlife.

Thank you again and let's hope that our views are listened to, along with those of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and other environmental bodies, that this important local habitat and all the life it supports should be allowed to live on.

Although the consultation is now closed, it is still important to make your views known: to Broadland Planning by this email link.

Or make your views known by getting them in to the EDP or EEN by this link:

If you want to see the world of life that we can save, click on this link to: 
Thorpe Woodlands Gallery

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