On the 22nd March, at 7.30pm, Sue Alderman from the Hare Preservation Trust will be giving a talk about Hares at Bergh Apton Village Hall. Sue is a photographer and a naturalist so it will be an enlightening and interesting talk about a creature that holds a fascination for many of us.
In keeping with the ‘Hare’ theme there will be a raffle on the evening with a very special Hare prize.  Norfolk-based children’s charity, Break has been changing young lives for 50 years and as part of their 50th year anniversary celebrations, renowned ceramic designer, Emma Bridgewater has designed an exclusive limited-edition mug. The mug has a colourful and lively hare design to tie in with Break’s 2018 sculpture trail, GoGoHares, taking place in Norfolk this year.
Proceeds from the raffle will be benefit this very important charity that has been helping children and young people in care, young care leavers, children and young people with disabilities and families who need support.