Helping to restore and improve the Norfolk countryside for the benefit of wildlife and to provide places of peaceful enjoyment for local communities and visitors alike.

1200 trees planted in 1 day

On 10th December at Sadler's Wood in North Walsham over thirty volunteers from all over North Norfolk (working under the direction of the countryside rangers team) managed to plant an incredible 1200 trees! 


The trees were a mix of locally sourced and grown deciduous species including Hazel, Beech and Oak which, over time, will replace the majority of conifers planted there 70-100 years ago - better for wildlife and better for the environment.

Read more on the blog here

We are currently assisting with the restoration of five acres of unimproved wet meadow in Aylmerton, North Norfolk


In January 2017 we became responsible for habitat restoration on the former Sustead Common.

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The Felbeck Trust is run and administered by a board of Trustees. We work in partnership with other Norfolk based charitable organisations that share our aims and ambitions. We are aided in our practical conservation work by a team of project supporters 

Regular updates on the development of our sites, our working parties and our fund-raising events via our blog, as well as the latest wildlife highlights


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3 Sustead