Sailing boat at Ludham North Norfolk

Enjoy North Norfolk 2021!

Things are hotting up in North Norfolk – not the temperature yet, although we are getting some sun at the moment – and the influx of visitors has begun. Norfolk accommodation is in great demand and bookings are flooding in. Pubs can provide service at outside tables and from today, Monday the 17th of May, we will be able to eat and drink inside. I passed the Dun Cow PH at Salthouse recently and it was very busy. In fact, it was difficult to find a parking space in the surrounds of the village green.


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 has been named as being one of the best places to live in the UK by the Sunday Times. Read

North Norfolk’s BIRDscapes Gallery is 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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