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Record numbers go wild on Wallasea
Hot on the heels of our official VIP launch, our third annual Wild Coast Weekend drew record numbers of visitors from near and far. As Saturday dawned hot and sunny, three times the previous year's number of people explored the island on bike, bus or boot. A choice of activities kept families...
25 Sep 2012
Wallasea Island Wild Coast Weekend 2012: Come and see what all the fuss is about.
With the new Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, officially launching the construction of Wallasea Island yesterday, we are now inviting members of the public and the local community to come and celebrate. The Wild Coast Weekend takes place on the 22 and 23 September and is totally free! For the...
19 Sep 2012
Wallasea Island Wild Coast Weekend 2012: Come and see what all the fuss is about
Blogger: Hilary Hunter, Wallasea Island Public Engagement Manager With the new Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, officially launching the construction of Wallasea Island yesterday, we are now inviting members of the public and the local community to come and celebrate. The Wild Coast Weekend...
19 Sep 2012
two of the cyclists who enjoyed their circuit round our bounds
26 Mar 2012
Wallasea Events 2012
As I look out of my office window, across the river to Burnham-on-Crouch, it looks like a Spring day - sun shining, grass green and a male blackbird rather hopefully chasing a female around the farmyard. Yes, the sap is rising unseasonable early and signs of a new season are all around us! With this...
13 Jan 2012
Wild Weekend and World War memories
Hundreds of people discovered the Wild Coast of Wallasea Island for the first time this weekend. Families arrived with granny and the dog and the children ran free or went on a safari to the Far East! Despite poor weather forecasts, the driest part of England lived up to its reputation and visitors were...
20 Sep 2011
Mountain Climbing - in Essex?
So you thought our end of Essex was flat and featureless? Well, last saturday we invited visitors to walk, climb or bus their way round the Wild Coast project site and those with a head for heights could get a birds' eye view from the top of the climbing wall! Thankfully, the weather gods were...
4 Aug 2011
Recent happenings on the marshes!
An immature spoonbill was still present on Vange Marsh on Tuesday, along with two little ringed plovers and seven spotted redshanks still. A kingfisher has been seen a couple of times near the first hide on West Canvey Marsh and a common buzzard drifted over north-east Monday lunchtime. Two big local...
16 Sep 2010
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