'Working for the conservation and preservation of Thorpe's woodlands as a haven for wildlife and a green space for the local community'.

Press Coverage

Here are a few headlines from the local press:

Families urged to back campaign for Thorpe St Andrew woodlands - Eastern Evening News 10th December 2012

Fight goes on over Thorpe Woodlands –Eastern Evening News 31st March 2012

Campaigners fighting to stop hundreds of homes being built on woodland on the edge of Norwich have given a cautious welcome to a new planning blueprint, but warned the devil will be in the detail.

Concerns remain over Thorpe woodland – EDP & EEN November 18, 2011

Campaigners are keeping up the pressure on planners not to include areas of treasured woodland in their growth plans .

Norfolk walkers show their love of threatened wood – EDP June 30, 2011

A group opposed to homes being built on one of the biggest areas of woodland on the outskirts of Norwich have shown their love of the beauty spot during an organised event.

Artist’s protest painting to save Norfolk woods – EEN February 28, 2011

A Norwich artist has painted a woodland scene as part of a protest against plans to develop woods in Thorpe St Andrew.

Norwich couple’s special Christmas engagement – EEN December 24, 2010

It was the perfect spot for a romantic Christmas proposal in a winter wonderland - but such moments may no longer be possible if fears that the woods could be lost to development are realised.
Families and walkers in Thorpe St Andrew have turned an ordinary holly tree into a magical Christmas snow scene as a festive way of showing how much they value the town’s threatened woodlands.

Campaigners fear increase in homes on woodland site – EEN November 3, 2010

Campaigners have voiced concerns that plans to build 630 new homes on woodland on the outskirts of Norwich could be increased to as many as 800

Demonstration to save woods – EEN August 31, 2010

A demonstration has been held by campaigners trying to save woods in Thorpe St Andrew from development.

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