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Proposals to extend a car park into “one of Britain’s most iconic sites” have prompted a community backlash.

Plans for the redevelopment of Shotley Pier have today been turned down by councillors following a heated 80-minute debate.

Hedgehog lovers have vowed to keep fighting for the survival of their favourite spiky creatures as a project to become the country’s most hedgehog friendly town ends with stunning celebration.

Do you want to get out and about with your family over the summer without spending a fortune? Here are some ideas for free days out around the area.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s public appeal to raise £1million to help create wildness as far as the eye can see at Carlton Marshes near Lowestoft has hit its target.

Campaigners battling proposals for 69 homes on a Suffolk school playing field are holding a public meeting tomorrow to gather views ahead of a crunch planning meeting.

Plans to build a five bedroom house in woodland in Ipswich have been rejected after well over 100 objections were raised and a demonstration was held before the decision meeting.

My family of owls

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Six owls, and an inspirational woman, are helping children wise up to wildlife

A project to create a major new nature reserve on the outskirts of Lowestoft is projected to bring a £1million windfall to tourism-related businesses in the area.

Carlton Marshes manager outlines proposals after £4m Heritage Lottery Fund award

Heritage Lottery Fund grant means go-ahead for Carlton Marshes extension

How hedgehog-friendly is Ipswich?

Suffolk Wildlife Trust Broads Appeal boosted - and the bride wore binoculars.

Carlton Marshes fund is boosted by twitchers’ generosity after American bittern is found

A walk in the Assington and Arger Fen area. Walked by: Bill Baldry.

Campaign launched in Ravenswood, Ipswich, to protect nesting skylarks

Suffolk writer Matt Gaw’s debut book The Pull of the River sets a riverine course well outside the comfort zone

Special events have been planned for young people over the Easter holidays at Ipswich’s museums, swimming pools and parks.

Latitude festival’s watery neighbour makes music of its own.

Specially designed nest boxes have been installed in Woodbridge ahead of the return of the swallows to the train station.

Cameras at the ready for ever-popular nature image contest

Blaxhall Common enhanced as a home for silver-studded blue butterflies

In his latest Wild in Anglia adventure Nigel Pickover tells how a wildlife conservation project and a booming commercial operation have triumphed alongside one another.

Nick Collinson, the National Trust’s new general manager for east Suffolk, looked out from high up on the cliff-top at the charity’s breathtakingly beautiful swathe of purple perfection that is Dunwich Heath, and then turned his gaze down to sea level to scan the shimmering shingle beach that for only some of the time keeps the hungry, scouring waves at bay below.

Canine conflicts resolved on Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Carlton Marshes

It may only be February but the first signs of spring are beginning to emerge in Suffolk – and these newborn lambs are among the more adorable clues that a new season is on its way.

Celebrate the Year of the Dog, enjoy some ringside mayhem or listen to people’s coming out stories.

Half-term seems to come round quicker every year but don’t worry, we’ve some ideas on how to keep the kids happy from medieval mayhem and monsters to magic shows and outdoor skullduggery.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust is seeking the services of a special volunteer – one who isn’t afraid of the dark.

A humongous hedgehog housed in Holywells Park last autumn has been given a name by the public as part of an innovative art trail.

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