Local Website Links

Are website links and other sources of information included?

If you have any suggestions for further website links or find that some links do not work then please get in touch with John at APW.

Local Authority Parks and Countryside Services and Sites

Babergh District Council – Map showing the locations of the main sports and playgrounds with further details

Bury St. Edmunds – The parks and countryside service and some of the sites it manages

Forest Heath District Council – The countryside and open spaces service with further links

Ipswich Borough Council – The parks and countryside service and some of the sites it manages

Mid Suffolk District Council – Map showing the locations of the playing fields and playgrounds with further details

Mid Suffolk District Council – The work of the countryside service

Suffolk Coastal District Council – Countryside management carried out by the Council

Suffolk Coastal District Council – Historic parks and gardens planning policy

Suffolk County Council – Information on how the Council is helping the natural environment

Waveney District Council – Information on parks, open spaces and related topics

Individual Parks, Countryside and Open Spaces

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens – The Seafront gardens and restoration project

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Dedham Vale AONB – Home page

Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB – Home page

Wildlife Trusts

Suffolk Wildlife Trust – Home page

Norfolk Wildlife Trust – Home page

Essex Wildlife Trust – Home page

The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire – Home page

The Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust – Home page

Wildlife Societies and Organisations

Suffolk Naturalists’ Society – Home page

Suffolk Ornithologists Group – Home page

Suffolk Moth Group – Home page

Norfolk Moths – Home page

Mid Anglian Bat Group – Home page

Biological Records Centres

Suffolk Biological Records Centre – Home page

Individual Species Projects

The Black Squirrel Project – Anglia Ruskin University’s research on the colour varieties of squirrels