The 'Water, Mills and Marshes Project' hopes to promote the Broads' heritage, restore some of its landmarks and offer new ways for visitors to get involved.

It will see 38 individual projects carried out over five years - everything from guided walks to a 'floating classroom'.

The scheme aims to promote the heritage, environmental and archaeological assets on the Broads, providing opportunities for people to learn about them and contribute to their upkeep.

A small grants scheme will also allow local people to apply for funding for Broads heritage projects of their own.

It's all been made possible thanks to a grant of almost £2.5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund - matched alongside £1,5m from other partnership contributions.