Wildlife is thriving in the Little Ouse valley, thanks to the tireless work of a local charity to conserve and promote the natural environment. Run entirely by volunteers, the project has transformed two agriculturally derelict sites over the past 10 years to provide a safer habitat for many rare and localised species. The project has also created 800 metres of new footpaths, and a footbridge, allowing the whole community access to enjoy the site.

Project Details

Project: Little Ouse Headwaters Project
Location: Eastern England
Funding: £45,000