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This project is now complete. This location is a key destination on the nature trail, where visitors and the local community can rest, take shelter, watch birds and find out more about the natural environment. 

The new hide has been designed to have improved access from the wagonway, giving full all ability access, and will be able to accommodate larger groups. It has been constructed to living building principles, using sustainable local timber. A turf roof provides a new habitat for ground nesting birds away from local predators such as otter, and encourages nesting birds.

Interpretation is a key element of the project and includes information on hide and species visiting the site. 

Latest News & Events

16 September 2017

Holy Island guided walk and beach clean

Join us for a guided walk and to take part in this years Marine Conservation Society Great British Beach Clean! 9.30am - 4.00pm - Meet at Chare Ends Car Park, Holy Island... Read more

20 July 2017

Kippy Heugh Wildflower and Plant Survey

Join botanist Naomi Waite from the Northumberland Wildlife Trust for an informative introduction to whin grassland wildflowers, followed by a plant survey. 10am to 1pm, Thursday the 20th of July at Kippy Heugh, near Belford.... Read more

24 June 2017

The Whin Sill and its Grassland

Learn more about this iconic landform and the special habitat it gives life to - 10am to 1pm, Saturday 24 of June on Holy Island.... Read more

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The Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership Scheme is managed by a Partnership of professional and community representatives from Holy Island and surrounding shore side area. The lead organisation for the Scheme is the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership, hosted by Northumberland County Council.