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Education

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FoHS Talks / Visits 2019

We have been busy this year with talks, walks and presentations to lots of different groups highlighting the work that we do and raising awareness of how to act around seals. Some of the talks/walks that were done are:-

We have given talks to:-
– Braintree group of Essex Wildlife
– Great Ormesby Womens’ Institute
– Mundford Friends Circle, near Thetford

We have provided escorted tours to:-
– Media students from Thetford College
– a party of 98 children from Hadleigh School, Suffolk
– St William’s Primary school
– a large group of students from Anglia Ruskin University

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We were pleased to welcome 88 children from Hadleigh Community Primary School today. The children viewed the seals and pups for the viewing platform and kept our wardens busy with their questions.

It was the first time to see the seals ever. They were so cute they made me gobsmacked! Then I saw the waves – they were the biggest waves ever – Austin

Today we went to Horsey Gap and watched seals. The seal instructor taught us all about seals. Me and my friends took lots of photos – Sophie

On Monday we went to Horsey Gap to see the seals. At this point, I felt emotional because so many new lives entered the world – Hazel

Natural England Norfolk Coastal Partnership