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Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham, Norwich is hosting a drop-in family event in aid of Hodmedod‘s Hedgehog Support, whose aim is to make a positive difference in helping to stop the decline of hedgehogs in Norfolk.
Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, and with so many fantastic independent eateries in and around the city, there is no excuse to miss out on this essential first meal of the day. From beautiful bowls of homemade granola, freshly baked pastries and smashed avocado on toast, to eggs benedict and hangover ‘curing’ full English fry ups, they can all be found on the menu somewhere in Norwich. With so many great places from which to choose, you are spoilt for choice; here are some of the best breakfast locations in Norwich that are worthy of a visit.
Pumpkins are being grown in fields across Norfolk and shop assistants are busy stacking their shelves with Halloween themed fancy-dress outfits, fake blood and freakish decorations ready for the big event on Thursday 31st October 2019 – Halloween!
The much anticipated and popular Deepdale Festival is on from Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2019 in Burnham Deepdale, on the beautiful north Norfolk coast, approximately halfway between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea. This is the 3rd annual festival, with live music throughout the weekend, commencing Thursday evening and carrying on until late Sunday evening.
Considered the capital of the Norfolk Broads, Wroxham is located 8 miles from Norwich and 20 miles from Cromer and Great Yarmouth. Since the late 1800’s Wroxham has been frequented by holidaymakers and today it is especially popular with those seeking a boating holiday, with numerous boat hire companies in the town.
Located on the west Norfolk coast, the pretty seaside town of Hunstanton that is affectionately known, as “Sunny Hunny”, is famous for its unusual striped cliffs and breath-taking sunsets. It has managed to retain its Victorian charm and is a popular holiday destination attracting many visitors each year. Hunstanton has many attractions and activities including crazy golf, pitch-and-putt, a beautiful beach, an aquarium, a theatre, a leisure centre, gardens, amusements, pony rides, water sports and a great mix of cafes and restaurants, shops and holiday accommodation.
Located on the north Norfolk coast, Sheringham is a popular seaside destination with a good variety of independent shops, a market, a whole host of differing holiday accommodation and many restaurants, cafés and pubs. The town’s Blue Flag beach is mostly shingle but when the tide goes out there are rock pools and a large expanse of sand.
Are you watching the pennies? Holidaying in Norfolk on a budget? Don’t panic, there are plenty of things to see and do for free in the county.
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