It is part of the Norfolk Rivers Trust’s mission to gain the active participation of the community to restore their river. Stakeholders help us to set objectives, keep us informed about issues on the ground such as pollution, and actively volunteer to make many more worthwhile projects possible.
The River Hun has a rural catchment, containing the towns and villages of Hunstanton, Holme next to the sea and Thornham within the catchment. So far, we have been very pleased with the enthusiasm and participation of several locals in the process of planning future conservation work, and would be very happy to hear from anyone who has an interest in conservation around the River Hun.
Possible future ecological restoration plans could include some work to improve the strait and featureless channel of the lower Hun. Also NRT could work with the Holme Nature reserve to improve the habitat for birds.