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The flat circular island out to sea is in fact man made and built in
1972 as an experimental reservoir for storing fresh water. Now it is home to a
range of seabirds, and beyond is the Norfolk coast line. microsites.lincolnshire.gov.uk...
"1972: a feasibility study commissioned by the Government to build a
barrage across half of The Wash to capture the freshwater from the
four main rivers, to improve navigation through sea locks, to provide
recreational facilities and an area of land for a power station, etc.
was undertaken. This led to the circular trial bank/bund being built
to the east of Sutton Bridge and the Nene. The purpose of which was to
act as reservoirs but the report concluded it would be too costly. "
Originally posted by Maxatoria
A sneaky thing would be to request the local council records for the dates you want under a FOI request and be as broad on your request as possible so theres as little to hide via he 'you didn't ask for it' defense