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Military Defences

The aim is to restore and conserve the fabric of WWII defences that span the mainland shore.

Old Lifeboat House

To repair and conserve the Old Lifeboat House on Holy Island so that the fabric of the building is secured.

Conserving Buildings of Historic Interest

To protect and preserve sites of historic interest on Holy Island.

Whin Sill Geology and Grasslands

This project seeks to engage communities in the management and celebration of this iconic habitat.

Nesting Shore Birds

This project will identify and establish new areas for shore bird breeding within Lindisfarne Natural Nature Reserve.

Sacred Places and Monastic Gardens

The aim is to recreate wildflower meadows on Mustard Close and Jenny Bell's Field on Holy Island

Pier Works

To improve access at all high tides for both fisherman and visiting boats.

Bird Hide at Lough Pond

A new bird hide for the Lough Pond

Creative Arts and Landscape Appreciation

This project aims to help people participate in the landscape and celebrate our natural and cultural heritage.

Gateways to the Land and Seascape

To improve car parks and meeting points at key locations.

Community Engagement and Volunteering

This project will promote Peregrini projects by providing volunteer opportunities across the scheme area

Interpretation of Peregrini

This project aims to link and co-ordinate interpretation from the wide spectrum of Peregrini projects.

Community Archive

To establish and support a community led archive group.

Community Archaeology

This project will help people look at vernacular buildings, below ground archaeology, village topography and artefacts.

Community Geology

This project aims to provide a better understanding of the Peregrini landscape.

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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.