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This five year project, part-funded by the European Union in 2003, linked adults with learning disabilities (called participants) in Sussex and Normandie through project work at two wildlife sites – the Railway Land in Lewes and the Parc Naturel Guy Weber in St Aubin-le-Cauf, outside Dieppe. The project ended in October 2008.
The international partners are the River Ocean Foundation and the Association de Parents d’Enfants Inadaptes de Dieppe (A.P.E.I). The match funders in Sussex are East Sussex County Council Adult Social Care, the Railway Land Wildlife Trust and Lewes District Council.

The project was a regional finalist in the 2005 Health and Social Care Awards and a national finalist in the 2006 Health and Social Care Awards.

The original website (accessed below) has now been absorbed into the Railway Land Project website which includes significant contributions by the participants such as the fixed point photography pages, web games linked to the river Ouse corridor and inputs into the Railway Land Safari section.

The photographs below show some of the participants on the Railway Land and at the national health and social care award celebration in London.

Visit the Nature Corridors for All website.