£1m visitor centre to be built at a nature reserve in Lincolnshire

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A new £1m visitor centre that will include a café and will deliver educational information is set to be built at a nature reserve in Lincolnshire, a recent news report in the local business media has been able to reveal.

The new facility at Gilbralter Point Nature Reserve will replace the former visitor centre which suffered flood damage during a storm surge in December 2013. The new building will be raised on stilts to protect it from future flooding.

The project is being funded by Lincolnshire County Council, the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund.

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