Protecting and Enhancing Britain’s Very Special National Park

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The Broads National Park is Britain’s largest and most precious wetland. Occupying just 0.1% of the UK’s land area it contains 25% of the most rare and important wildlife species as well as being an important waterway for sailing and boating.
The Broads – of Norfolk and Suffolk – was given an equivalent status to that of a national park in 1989 and a dedicated organisation by a bespoke Act of Parliament.

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