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6th December 2019 / Video Blog

NOMAD Community Projects

NOMAD Ventures GB CIC (a community interest company) trading as NOMAD Community Projects.
Objectives: To help our local communities to better understand and support our natural environment whilst remaining physically and mentally healthy. We have a particular interest in invertebrates (insects) with some extensive knowledge and experience in this area within our business. 

This is a 'not for profit' enterprise with no shareholders and no dividends paid out and all assets legally locked into the enterprise - all for the benefit of our local communities!

NOMAD Sea Kayaking has traded for sixteen years, helping the public to enjoy our beautiful coastline in an adventurous and safe way. 

NOW with our Community Interest enterprise, we can progress our personal passion and business objectives to support and add value to our local communities, using our extensive experience over the past fifteen years to support our environment and connect people with nature and the host of environmental issues we now face.

We want to excite and inspire communities to get involved with nature and their local environmental challenges, to take action and make a real tangible difference. 

Our communities will benefit as follows;
1. Access to outdoor activities led by qualified and experienced Guides and instructors.
2. Promote exercise and personal activity to enhance and promote good health and mental well being through specialist outdoor events.
3. Educate and expose communities to environmental issues such as climate change, loss of habitat and species conservation and management.

NOMAD Community Projects (NCP) will educate and enthuse as many people as we can to be active and healthy, both physically and mentally and be aware and passionate about the wonderful diversity of our natural world and what they can do to preserve, nurture and improve the environment for themselves and their communities. 

NOMAD Community Projects (NCP) will use our existing skills and expertise developed over fifteen years of UK operations to achieve the objectives agreed with our clients. So for example, we could lead a group of youngsters in canoes down the Stour River in Essex, teaching basic canoeing skills and enjoying the exercise and fresh air whilst learning about the diversity of the local entomology along he river as well as any possible challenges faced locally.

Check out an example of our voluntary work at this link RAF Mildenhall Beach Clean

To discuss your potential community project, please contact us;

Office: 01473 - 375 026

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Leading groups sea kayaking - NOMAD Community Projects
Bloody Nose beetle collected near Dunwich in Suffolk.
Canoe groups surveying aquatic insects (Stour, Essex) - NOMAD Community Projects
Surveying Coleoptera (beetles) for national database.
Becky MacInnes-Clark Hiking Training
Becky MacInnes-Clark

Her love of the outdoors is plain to see & she believes that every generation regardless of age should get outside, appreciating what the outdoors has to offer, both on & off the water. Introduced to paddling at 16, learning the basics on the Deben, Ore & Alde estuaries. After a few years of not being near a kayak, NOMAD Sea Kayaking brought her back to the water & reignited her paddling interest, NOMAD also strengthened her love of hiking! She completed her first Fjällräven Classic trek in 2018 as part of Team NOMAD with our Lead Guide, covering 110km of hiking and wild camping in Swedish Lapland just North of the Arctic Circle. In autumn 2019 she hiked & wild camped 190 miles across the UK’s Coast to Coast. There will be more hiking when she is allowed! Becky brings 25 years of experience of sales & a strong love of the outdoors & the environment to NOMAD Sea Kayaking. She is working towards her BCU guiding qualifications.