Donate to an appeal in the East

Do you have a special connection with a place? Here's a round-up of the current fundraising appeals in the East of England, where your support can go a long way into creating a better future, for everyone, for ever.

Cap being craned back onto Horsey Windpump
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Upper Bure Riverlands Appeal

We need your help to restore the beautiful natural environment of the River Bure.

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Support Oxburgh's Roof Appeal

Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Oxburgh Hall's roof is in need of urgent repair. Our roof tiles, timbers and brickwork are showing signs of aging; we’re not surprised, they’re well over 500 years old. Help us, as we embark on a £6million project to safeguard Oxburgh's future.

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Wimpole’s heavy horse appeal

Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire

For centuries they have tirelessly worked the land, but Shire horses are a breed under threat. Wimpole Home Farm needs your help to ensure they have a future.

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Ickworth Uncovered Appeal

Ickworth, Suffolk

Join us as we protect and safeguard Ickworth for future generations, can you help make your imprint on Ickworth?

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Support the herd at Wicken Fen

Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire

Have you herd about Wicken Fen's appeal? We need your help to support the herd of Konik ponies and Highland cattle that are helping rare wetland species thrive

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Sutton Hoo appeal

Sutton Hoo, Suffolk

Extraordinary treasures were found buried at Sutton Hoo. With your support the full story of their discovery will be revealed, as we begin to transform the site.

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Hatfield Forest's Coppice Appeal

Hatfield Forest, Essex

Coppicing is an ancient form of woodland management and we're in need of your help to buy new equipment that will help us to continue this tradition at Hatfield Forest.

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Keep Horsey Windpump’s Sails Turning

Horsey Windpump, Norfolk

For the first time in 75 years, Horsey Windpump is once again standing proud in the Norfolk Broads. With your help we can keep this icon preserved for generations to come and keep her sails turning