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January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

LATE OPENING at Sculthorpe Moor

10am opening at Sculthorpe Moor... This week we will be opening at 10am Mon 17th, Tue 18th and Wed 19th. The Sculthorpe Reserve will open at a later time of 10am for visitors. This is due to essential maintenance works, the reserve will be opening as normal…
January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

Tawny Owl Q&A with Chris Sperring MBE

Rewatch Chris Sperring MBE doing a live Q&A on Tawny Owls. Discussing typical behaviours and answering viewers questions: View the Tawny Owls live: Become an Adopt a Box member:…
January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

Shetland Cattle: New Arrival at Sculthorpe Moor!

A Shetland calf that was expected on Christmas Day has finally arrived at Sculthorpe Moor! On 11 January 2022, the first of 4 expected calves was born in the livestock building at the Sculthorpe Reserve. The livestock building was completed in 2020 and has…

Keeping Track of Tawnies

Jan 06, 2022 196
This article was written by Chris Sperring MBE for the Spring/Summer edition of Peregrine…
Festive Fundraiser!

Help us reach our target for the Sculthorpe Moor Defibrillator Fund...

As the expansion of Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve continues apace, we are taking some additional precautions to make sure that visitors are as safe as possible whilst enjoying the reserve. As well as extending the boardwalk to provide safe access, we are going to provide two defibrillators. One public access machine will be sited at the visitor centre and the other at the new Wetland Hide, which is in a remote part of the reserve. The hide has been equipped with off-grid solar power to operate the defibrillator

It is a sad fact that some 30,000 out of hospital deaths from Sudden Cardiac Arrest occur each year in the UK – 270 of these deaths are schoolchildren. However, fatality rates are cut by 50% if a defibrillator is used in conjunction with CPR.

We have been fortunate to have been given sufficient funds for one defibrillator and, this Christmas, we are appealing to our online supporters to provide the second one. We are working with another charity AEDDonate who will give us half the amount needed, so we only need to raise £750 to provide this lifesaving equipment.

Please add us to your Christmas gift list by donating today at: