Adventures on the North Norfolk Railway

Last month my family and I embarked on a little adventure on the North Norfolk Railway. I was looking for an activity that didn’t involve a lot of walking which could be done if the weather turned bad. That was when I stumbled across The Poppy Line. William Marriott built…

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Five of the best gins from The Gin Festival Norwich

Over the last few years Gin has had a massive resurgence and re-cemented itself as the UK’s favourite tipple. I’ve recently found a taste for the juniper berry, so I was excited to hear that the Gin Festival was in town. I mean where better to discover new favourites? It’s…

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The Norfolk Cookbook

There are a billion and one reasons to love Norfolk. I harp on about them all the time, but the food is definitely up there. Norfolk is a farming county, from mustard, to sugar, meats and more it’s all produced here. Wherever there’s a constant supply of delicious fresh ingredients you…

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Father’s Day Shopping at intu Chapelfield | AD

Generally speaking Dad’s tend to be the hardest people to buy for. I have no idea why but I usually spend hours aimlessly wandering around Norwich, before giving up and calling my mum. This year I went last-minute Father’s Day shopping at intu Chapelfield. They challenged me to find the perfect…

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IOU’s Rear View at Norfolk and Norwich Festival

The word theatre doesn’t normally conjured up an image of an open top double-decker bus, life drawing classes or noise cancelling headphones. But they are a handful of things that made IOU’s performance of Rear View at the Norfolk and Norwich festival so unique. This immersive piece of theatre just blew…

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