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Site Content

Material has been derived from a number of sources including the current reserve brochure (produced by Tim Lawrence), leaflets, and studies. The majority of photographs & video material have been provided by Alan Heath, Steven McCombe and Brian McCombe for exclusive use on this site. We kindly request you do not use these images for commercial use in any shape or form.

If you have an issue with any of the material currently being used to promote Harrington Nature Reserve and the admirable work that goes on there, then please contact us and we will endevour to accomodate.

Tim Lawrence

Very Special Thanks

This goes to the former Nature Reserve Officer Tim Lawrence, whose dedicated work has helped to transform the reserve into the special place it now is. Thank you.

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We repect your privacy and promise never to divulge your personal information (name, e-mail address, etc.) to any third party.

Disclaimer

The material on this site is accurate to the best of our knowledge. Unfortunately, we cannot be held responsibile for any loss or injury resulting from the use of this material at the reserve.

When visiting Harrington Nature Reserve, please use common sense and don't partake in activities which may risk harm to yourself, others or the wildlife living there. Please be careful when rambling and try to stick to the designated footpaths, especially when the ground is wet.

We do wish you a lovely time at the reserve and hope you will return again.

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With grateful thanks to the following organisations for their hard work, support & funding over the years

The Friends of Harrington Nature Reserve logo Allerdale Borough Council logo Cumbria Community Foundation logo English Nature logo Millennium Volunteers logo
Alcan logo Regeneration Workington logo Cumbria County Council logo The Big Lottery Fund logo BTCV logo
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