North Norfolk 2022!
North Norfolk’s busy summer of 2021 brought a welcome boost for businesses and, thankfully, the threat from Covid is abating. North Norfolk has seen a huge increase in visitors since Easter and it looks as though it will be a record summer for tourism in the area. My advice is to come early if you fancy a day out because the coastal car parks fill very quickly.
The National Trust has issued a press release about activities available at its Norfolk properties this summer. Read.
The death has been announced of the renowned wildlife artist Robert Gillmor. He was a regular exhibitor at BIRDscapes Gallery at Glandford. Read
North Norfolk Villages featured in the Telegraph 29.01.22. Read
Norfolk MPs vote to allow Anglian Water to pump untreated sewage into rivers and the sea. Read
Norfolk Walks – An enjoyable way to explore the county. Read.
The excellent BIRDscapes Gallery at Glandford near Holt has launched a new website. Read.
North Norfolk is recommended as a mini-break location in an article in the Sunday Times’ Style magazine. Read.
North Norfolk beaches retain Blue Flag status for 2021. Read.
The North Norfolk port town of Wells-next-the-Sea named as one of the best places to live in the UK by the Sunday Times. Read
North Norfolk’s BIRDscapes Gallery reopening. Exciting new exhibition on the way. Read
Remembering the Big Freeze of 1962/63. Read
Norfolk Wildlife Trust Reserves have reopened. Read
Growing up in Cromer 1950s – 1960s. Read
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