Our Annual General Meeting will be on Monday 11th September at The Stage, St. Augustine’s Street from 7pm. All are welcome. Only members have voting rights at the AGM. You can become a member for just £5!
Tuesday 26th September 2023, 6.30pm We’re thrilled to announce that our next event will be a bat walk, led by Lindsey Bilston of the Norfolk and Norwich Bat Group. This is an opportunity to discover some of the fascinating species to be found along the Marriott’s Way, usin
This policy regarding rough sleeping in Train Wood has been discussed and agreed by the committee, with informal advice from local agencies. We are seeking input to its development and welcome thoughts from users, which can be emailed to our secretary Susan Cubbage via susannette12@g
Preparations for Norwich’s first major Bioblitz are gathering pace. The station is starting to emerge, piece by piece, from its blanket of nettles, brambles and earth. That’s thanks to five hours from the Friends Of Norwich City Station team last Saturday afternoon, dodging show
On a sunny May day Train Wood looks more beautiful than ever, and young Sam Anderson sets out with his dad to discover where Norwich City Station once stood. On the way they discover the remains of engine sheds, coal sheds…and even where a train fell off the bridge on a hot summ
John Batley of Friends Of Norwich City Station with an update on work to explore the railway heritage of the site… We were back on site this weekend with superb progress on the end of the LNER engine shed. By future removal of the earth/spoil/dredge pile at the end of the shed (
Lots got done by Friends of Train Wood and Marriott’s Way using the Bags of Help Grant at the end of last year – and many great partners and volunteers rallied round to help in the effort. With the help of the Norwich Fringe Project, which supplied all tools, material and traini
Well over 150 people enjoyed the lovely Train Wood and Marriott’s Way in the sunshine at the first-ever Autumn Festival, opened in style by local TV presenter Helen McDermott. Coffee, cake, nature and railway walks, woodland activities, impromptu music, Norwich Cycling Campaign,