How Hill

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How Hill reserve
The How Hill Trust

The How Hill Trust

The How Hill Trust, based in the Edwardian thatched mansion, was founded in 1984, and works in partnership with the Broads Authority, owners of the adjacent National Nature Reserve. The Trust provides residential courses and day visits for schools, holiday courses for adults, and accommodation for conferences. Currently more than 3,500 youngsters visit How Hill in a year, as well as 1,500 adults: this does not include the huge number who pass through the estate as casual visitors. The Trust was granted full freehold of the House and gardens in April 2002.
The reserve is 360 acres of formal gardens, exotic trees, and broadland habitat including calcareous reed fens, sedge fens, meadows, woodland and open water including Chrome's broad.
Key species include, bittern, marsh harrier, bearded reedling, reed warbler and swallow-tailed butterfly (june / july).
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