Pensthorpe Conservation Trust

Conservation Trust

The Pensthorpe Estate is also the home of the Pensthorpe Conservation Trust (PCT), a charitable trust formed in January 2003 to continue and develop the work of its predecessor, Pensthorpe Waterfowl Trust.

The PCT’s main aims are to establish a centre of excellence, habitat management and restoration alongside conservation of wetland and farmland bird species through captive breeding programmes in national conservation partnerships. The main projects the Trust works on is ‘Actively Saving Species’, which currently focuses on Red Squirrels, Corncrakes, Cranes and Turtle Doves.

Based at Pensthorpe Natural Park in the ecologically important Wensum Valley in the heart of North Norfolk the PCT works closely with Pensthorpe to showcase to visitors of the multi-award winning attraction the importance of species and habitat conservation. By visiting Pensthorpe you are supporting the PCT’s work and Actively Saving Species, throughout our website there are many ways that you can help.

The Trust’s Registered Charity Number is 1100589.