NT Sandilands, a new reserve on our doorstep

The National Trust have just announced that they have acquired the old links Golf Course at Sandilands.

According to their site ‘the former golf course at Sandilands will become a new nature reserve forming part of the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park (consisting of 3,500 hectares), where we will both protect wildlife and create an all-year-round nature experience for you to enjoy.’

For more information, see the National Trust article.

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7 April 2020

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