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The sights and sounds are some of the main reasons for visiting this beautiful part of the world - coastline, countryside, history and culture. The natural sights are incredible, hundreds of miles of coastline with beautiful beaches, lakes, broads, forests, woodland, open countryside. Then there is the wealth of historical architecture, stately homes, castles, foleys, churches, cathedrals and abbeys. You'll be surprised by the range of festivals offering music, food, drink, arts, adrenalin sports. Only very boring people can get bored here, there is just too much to do!

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    Melford Hall

    For almost five centuries the picturesque turrets of Melford Hall have dominated Long Melford’s village green. Melford Hall is an eclectic mixture of old and new, and its architecture and furnishings chart changing tastes and fashions of successive generations who have called Melford Hall home. Above all though, Melford is a story of love, determination, […]

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    Mundesley Beach

    “A sandy beach with some tidal pools, backed by a raised promenade lined with colourful traditional wooden beach huts. Low cliffs form the backdrop and beautiful cliff top gardens offer an alternative quiet area to sit and relax. Facilities include café,  toilet, shower, first aid station, shops and maritime museum.” RNLI Website _____ nearestbeach.co.uk Beach […]

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    Norfolk & Norwich Festival

    Norfolk & Norwich Festival is a flagship arts organisation for the East of England with a reputation for innovative, inspirational programming and commissioning. In addition to staging one of the most significant arts festivals in the UK each May, Norfolk & Norwich Festival collaborates throughout the year with local, national and international partners to produce […]

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    Norwich Body Art Festival

    After four unforgettable years, having made a reputation for itself stronger than a carnival master’s daughter on the local village boys, the Norwich Body Art Festival returns to the social tattooing calendar for its fifth year. The dates have been announced as the 17th and 18th August 2013, and we have a brand new festival […]

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    Norwich Fringe Festival

    A platform for local talent in Norwich and Norfolk, organised by a small team and the local artist community, accessible to all. Lots of free or low cost events.

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    RSPB Titchwell Marsh

    Big skies, a fabulous sandy beach and bird-filled reedbeds, lagoons and marshes are just a few of the gems tucked away inside Titchwell’s treasure trove of natural delights. It’s no wonder that this is one of the RSPB’s most popular nature reserves and a key tourist attraction on the north Norfolk coast. Titchwell Marsh offers […]

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    Sheringham Beach

    “​A stony beach that disappears at high tide. There are toilets, beach huts, a public shower, cafés and amusement arcades.” RNLI Website _____ nearestbeach.co.uk Beach Type: Sand, Rock Facilities: Pub, Beachhuts, Cafe, Shower, Arcade, Toilets Activities: Surfing, Bathing Nature and Wildlife: Explore the Nearby town which has plenty of shops. Lifeguard information: RNLI Cleaning and […]

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    St. Peter's Brewery Co Ltd

    St. Peter’s Brewery is based in a moated medieval Hall near Bungay, Suffolk. Local malted barley together with quality hops and our own water is used to produce a range of award winning premium bottled ales. St. Peter’s distinctive oval-shaped bottles are a copy of one from Philadelphia dated 1770.

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    The English Whisky Co.

    England’s first English Whisky Distillery in more than 100 years was built in 2006 and now produces a range of award winning single malt whisky. As one of Norfolk’s top visitor attractions we offer a variety of tours including our famous St George’s tour that runs every hour, the World Whisky Tour (A 2 hour […]