Broads Authority forum for residents living and working along the River Yare
PUBLISHED: 14:40 10 March 2014 | UPDATED: 14:40 10 March 2014
People living in, working in and visiting the Yare Valley are invited to get involved in future plans and projects in the area.
The Broads Authority is holding an ‘interactive area parish forum’ at Reedham Village Hall on March 19 to share information about its work and hear local peoples’ ideas.
The public are invited to drop in between 5pm and 8.30pm to meet Broads Authority members and staff, including the local rangers. There will be information and displays on everything from landscape and cultural history, tourism and recreation, wildlife and habitats, to planning matters, local access, navigation, volunteering opportunities and climate change adaptation, as well as a brief presentation at 7pm.
A spokesman for the Broads Authority said ideas on improving land and waterside access will be particularly welcome and on local information for an exciting new Broads landscape interpretation project.
The informal forum follows a successful launch event at Ludham, covering the Upper Bure & Ant, last autumn.
Four forums are planned for each year covering the Authority’s ranger areas.
Following the Yare event, forums will be held in the Lower Bure & Thurne in the summer, the Waveney in September and the Upper Bure & Ant in November.
For more information visit www.broads-authority.gov.uk or telephone 01603 756070.