We are always keen to work with the media - local, national and international.
Whether you write for a community newsletter or work in national media, we offer interviews, articles, photographs, audio and film clips.
Please let us know if you would like to be notified when we send out press releases, or get in touch with Jo Fowler, Wildlife Trusts Communications Manager, if you would like to discuss a story.
1. The Great Fen is one of the most important conservation projects in Europe. It will link two of the last fragments of wild fens - Woodwalton Fen and Holme Fen - between Huntingdon and Peterborough.
The Great Fen will create a stunning landscape for wildlife and people, providing opportunities for recreation, business and tourism, as well as flood protection for surrounding farmland and communities. See also About the Great Fen.
2. The Great Fen is delivered by five partners: Environment Agency, Huntingdonshire District Council, Middle Level Commissioners, Natural England and the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.
3. Woodwalton Fen is internationally important for wildlife and home to more than 5,000 species, including 1,000 species of butterflies and moths.
4. Holme Fen is the largest silver birch woodland in lowland England and home to the fen woodrush, found nowhere else in Britain outside the Great Fen. In Holme Fen you can see the Holme Post, which shows the dramatic drop in ground levels following the drainage of the land for agriculture. The lowest point in Britain is in the Great Fen area, more than four metres below sea level.
5. The Great Fen will save more than 325,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from being released every year from the peat soils - equivalent to more than 400,000 return flights between London and New York.
6. There are many ways people can get involved in the Great Fen. There are family and community events, walks, talks and workshops throughout the year. The nature reserves are open to the public all year round and are free to visit. To find out more visit www.greatfen.org.uk call 01487 710420 or email email@example.com
For more information on any topic, including fen wildlife, school and community services, fen history, flood protection, agriculture and land management, please do get in touch.