We were privileged to film for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust and broadcasting royalty, Sir David Attenborough, President Emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts. Sir David and BBC Presenter and Ambassador for NWT, Ben Garrod, joined Norfolk Wildlife Trust in celebrating the achievements of a momentous project for the north Norfolk coast, a £2.6million project which combines a vital land purchase, landscape-scale restoration and the building of a new education centre at Cley Marshes. Cley Marshes is one of the world’s leading bird-watching destinations and is a historic jewel in The Wildlife Trusts’ crown – it was The Wildlife Trusts’ first ever nature reserve when it was acquired in 1926. Taking the first steps along a new footpath across recently connected nature reserve, Sir David was joined by Connor Lonergan and Sasha Carter-Lonergan, who volunteer at the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre to engage more young people with wildlife. Do read all about the project at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’ website and watch the event film we made to record the occasion and his visit.