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24th January 2019

Information unit for FoHS ……

Recent visitors to Horsey might have called at our new information unit near Horsey Gap car park.  A large part of the work of the charity depends on informing members of the public and we hope this new facility will help us in the task of education.  

In winter we aim to open the unit at weekends and during the winter holiday period when  wardens are on duty, and set it up at local events in the summer months.  If you see it, come in and have a chat!

Click on this link to READ ABOUT THE UNIT:



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