Our audience development plan was based on examining how local people from the neighbouring towns used this prospective nature reserve.

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Irthlingborough Lakes and Meadows are important for wildlife. Local people use these restored gravel pits for cycling, dog-walking, fishing and other leisure activities.

Our proposals outlined how the Wildlife Trust could work with the concerns and interests of local people to manage unwanted activities and secure a viable future for the site.

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