Felbrigg Hall in Spring
Felbrigg and Blickling Parks in North Norfolk are beautiful at this time of year so why not plan a visit.
The North Norfolk coast is a lovely place to be at any time of year, so get out the walking boots and enjoy a day on the Norfolk Coast Path. If you visit in winter wrap up warm and come when the north westerlies blow and the clouds skitter across the sky like the sails of racing yachts. Watch the waters being whipped up and spume dancing off the crests of the waves. The fine sand that blows across the beaches will sting your face, and you will taste salt on your lips. You might never feel as cold again, but what an uplifting experience you will have had. Stretch your legs and blow the cobwebs away; it’s good for the body and the soul. Enjoy!
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Update on the Stiffkey Bridge controversy. Read
Post-pandemic North Norfolk – what has changed? Read
It has been fun writing ‘fake news‘ for my blog, so if, like me, you enjoy satire, I recommend you take a look at the Suffolk Gazette.
A Norfolk painter who rediscovered a love of art during the Coronavirus lockdowns has begun selling and exhibiting his work across East Anglia. Norfolk artist Ben Kendall’s exhibition. Read
The death has been announced of the renowned wildlife artist Robert Gillmor. He was a regular exhibitor at BIRDscapes Gallery at Glandford. 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.
North Norfolk is recommended as a mini-break location in an article in the Sunday Times’ Style magazine. 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
Remembering the Big Freeze of 1962/63. Read
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