UK Wildlife — Provides definitive reference on Wildlife and Natural History. The site currently contains over 5000 searchable links with images and information on many varied species and is an ongoing project which is continually updated and improved.
Friars Community Group — The Friars area connects to Harding’s Pits along its eastern side and is one of the oldest parts of the town. Read about its fascinating history here.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust — Working to secure space for wildlife at sea and across Norfolk.
Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk
Fairstead Doorstep Green — John Burns, Fairstead Area Neighbourhood Group, 01553-692400
The Wash Estuary Project — www.washestuary.org.uk
Doorsteps Greens, Natural England — www.naturalengland.org.uk
The Harding’s Pits Community Association Ltd. acknowledges the financial and practical support of:-
- The New Opportunities Fund and the Local Heritage Initiative, both administered by the Countryside Agency (now Natural England)
- The Nar-Ouse Regeneration Area (NORA) Partnership (the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk County Council, the East of England Development Agency, English Partnerships and Morston Assets)
- Richard Morrish Associates, Landscape Architects and Environmental Planners
- Ben Platts-Mills, sculptor, and his team, Westec
- The 7th King’s Lynn Scouts
- Messrs Wagg-Jex and Co., Ltd.
- Members of the King’s Lynn Baptist Church (South Lynn)
- Safeguy Safety Clothing (King’s Lynn)
- The Norfolk Area Unpaid Work Unit (King’s Lynn)
- and of the many individual people of King’s Lynn who have encouraged the development of the Harding’s Pits Doorstep Green.
Artwork by Janet Johnston