Little Ouse Headwaters Project
About Little Ouse Headwaters ProjectLittle Ouse Headwaters Project (LOHP) is a volunteer charity, dedicated to the conservation and enjoyment of the wildlife, walks, and landscape of Little Ouse valley on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Your help would benefit wildlife, people, and the climate. Groups of interested residents from the Parishes of Redgrave, South Lopham, Blo' Norton, Hinderclay and Thelnetham came together in 2002 to establish a charity to conserve and enhance the environmental value of the river valley within their parishes. Run by mainly by volunteers under the guidance of our Conservation Manager, the charity works closely with, and supports, other local charities.
Our long-term aims are: To re-create and maintain a continuous corridor of wildlife habitat along the headwaters of the Little Ouse by improving the wildlife diversity where appropriate, restoring natural river features improving water quality; To facilitate rural regeneration and land-use diversification; To improve recreation, amenity and education value for the community; To improve landscape quality and safeguard against flooding.
Registered Office Thelnetham Windmill, Mill Road, Thelnetham, Diss, Suffolk, IP22 1JS.