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