Broads Landscape Partnership Scheme – Water, Mills and Marshes Project
In March this year Wherry Maud Trust applied for a “Grand for a grand idea” grant and were awarded funds to create a pop-up museum and displays for Wherry Maud.
The project does not have to be completed this year but a good start has been made with the construction of a photo cut-out board to attract families to learn about Maud and eventually visit our pop-up museum.
The photo board was unveiled by Alison Yardy, Norfolk County Coun cil Historic Environment Officer (Projects), on Sunday 9 June.
The board was designed and constructed by Andy Mair, a talented scenery designer. We look forward to our volunteers taking the board to many local events in the future.
On behalf of Trustees of Wherry Maud
14 June 2019