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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
26 January 2021 — News story
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
1 April 2021 — Press release
The new Code allows people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits that nature offers, while giving it the respect it deserves.
11 March 2021 — Press release
Site is designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for nationally important invertebrates, breeding birds, plants and geology.
9 March 2021 — Press release
The River Coquet in Northumberland has taken a new course after overtopping its banks during heavy rain last month.
10 February 2021 — News story
New fund will provide grants of up to £100,000 to environmental groups, local authorities, businesses & other organisations
12 February 2021 — Press release
Improved public access to section between Bawdsey and Aldeburgh.
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