These links show the lighthouse and describe the Snowgoose Wildlife Trust proposals.
* The Snowgoose Wildlife Trust video showing the Sir Peter Scott Lighthouse, river Nene and flock of Barnacle and Snow geese Click here
* A delightful British Pathe News film clip showing Peter Scott at the lighthouse in the 1930’s (adverts at start) Click here
* A copy of the planning application and drawings hosted on the 'Bridgewatch' local website Click Here
* The Wash Estuary Strategy Group. Huge resource about the management of the Wash and its inhabitants Click Here
* Guide to the Sir Peter Scott Walk Click Here
HOW TO FIND US
The nearest sat’ nav’ postcode is PE12 9YT
From Kings Lynn. Take the A47 (A17) for about one and a half miles until you come to a roundabout go straight over onto the A17. After about eight miles and immediately before Cross Keys Bridge, take the road on the right just before it. This is ‘East Bank’.
If you overshoot, go around the roundabout on the other side of the bridge and head back.
From the West. Approach along the A17 to the roundabout. Turn right over Cross Keys Bridge for King’s Lynn. Turn immediate left after the bridge into ‘East Bank’.
The postcode occurs after two and a half miles but continue on over the cattle grid for half a mile. Car parking is in the picnic area signed on the right before you reach the lighthouse.
These are narrow roads with no turning for caravans. Please use verges to pass.
Please note that other than by arrangement the lighthouse is only open in 2012 on weekends throughout August and the bank holiday Monday.
Contact 077994 03550
Fundraising has now begun for the Sir Peter Scott Centenary Centre and Sir Peter Scott museum. We have many areas where both large and small donations can provide a lasting legacy including the museum, the visitor centre and special items such as statues and equipment. If anyone would like to contribute, please contact Doug at Bucklandlake@hotmail.com, or +44(0)77994 03550.