Winging It: Networking at RSPB Frampton Marsh

Join us for “Winging It: Networking at RSPB Frampton Marsh” on Wednesday, 7th August.

From 8am to 10am, indulge in breakfast baps while mingling with like-minded professionals.

As if that’s not enticing enough, cap off the morning with an optional tour of Frampton Marsh, allowing you to connect with nature as well as fellow networkers.

Don’t miss this opportunity to fly high in your networking endeavors!

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RSPB Frampton Marsh is nature reserve with an increasingly high profile and reputation as a place for nature-lovers to visit.

Situated between The Wash and the historic town of Boston, the reserve is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. A major redevelopment in 2009 attracted an increased number of visitors, and an expanded visitor centre with café that opened in 2023 has bolstered that.

The reserve is now considered one of the best venues for birdwatching in the country, and has twice won ‘Reserve of the Year’ in awards organised by the national Birdwatch magazine.

Photo credits: Sam Turley,

John Badley, Senior Site Manager – RSPB Frampton Marsh & Freiston Shore nature reserves

After graduating with a Rural Environment Studies BSc from the University of London John worked for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) at Dungeness, Kent and Langstone Harbour, Hampshire from 1995, before coming to Frampton Marsh on The Wash, near Boston in 2000. John oversaw the establishment of a new nature reserve at Freiston Shore and managed the design and delivery of wetland habitat and visitor facilities extensions at Frampton Marsh, which more recently has included a café. Frampton Marsh has now become one of the most important wetlands for birds in the UK. Consequently visitor numbers have increased from around 6,000 in 2000 to 50,000 today making it one of the most popular destinations in the Boston area, and an asset to the local visitor economy. In addition to his work in Lincolnshire John has also provided consultancy to wetlands projects elsewhere in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.


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