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

The work will include supporting volunteers to manage the habitats in the fields. Following a preliminary soil analysis and observation of existing coastal wildflowers, it will establish a mowing regime to control weeds and allow wildflower rejuvenation.

Activity will also concentrate on the field centre and set aside field margins/hilly areas for wildflowers and, if necessary, by re-seeding and/or planting clumps of wildflowers, particularly where soil had to be disturbed to remove weeds.

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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

02 September 2017

Looking at Lindisfarne - a painting workshop - FULLY BOOKED

Artist Peter Podmore leads 'Looking at Lindisfarne' - a full day painting workshop. 11am - 4pm, Granary Point, Fenham Farm.... Read more

31 August 2017

Fragments Ceramics Session #6

Be part of the creation of ceramic pieces that capture the essence of Holy Island and the coast! 10am - 12:30pm, The Education Room, Berwick Museum and Art Gallery.... Read more

31 August 2017

Age of Amphibians Event with Dr Nick Fraser

Meet at The Parish Centre, Berwick Upon Tweed, TD15 1DF Arrive at 12.15 for a 12.30 start. Please note this is a full day event ... 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.