Our hidden gem for July is Reepham. Perfect for walking and cycling, Reepham is a designated conservation area. Reepham is ideally located for exploring the beautiful Norfolk countryside and the breath-taking Norfolk coast, with both within a short drive.
Staycations are becoming more and more popular, with many choosing to holiday in the UK rather than travel abroad. With gorgeous coasts, rolling countryside, iconic waterways and wonderful weather – Norfolk is a sensational place to visit.
Our hidden gem for June is Heacham. Just three miles along the coast from Hunstanton lies the stone age settlement of Heacham. The Rolfe family were the most famous residents of Heacham, when John Rolfe married Pocahontas in the 16th Century.
Our hidden gem for May is Walsingham. Walsingham has a very rich and long history of religious pilgrimage, where you will find many 14th and 15th Century buildings, such as the fascinating Shirehall Museum where you can discover the interesting history of the village since 1061.
Norfolk is known as the birdwatching capital of Britain and has some of the best wildlife nature reserves in the country including the RSPB Snettisham & Titchwell Marsh, Strumpsham Fen, Norfolk Wildlife Trusts at Foxley Wood & Weeting Heat
Exploring Norfolk is one of my favourite things to do, even though I have lived here for over twenty years I find myself each weekend heading off to another corner of the beautiful county discovering what secret gems it has to offer.
To poke fun at the Norfolk speech is not something new, so I say; if you can’t beat them, join them....However I do like Norfolk being unique and “dewin a diffrunt” language to most - so when I came across this recipe for Norfolk Dumplings, writte
Here is a list of some interesting Norfolk facts. How many did you already know?.........
Norfolk is the fifth largest county in England.
The Norfolk coast runs for nearly 100 miles, from Hopton on Sea to the Wash.