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A series of photos that I took on Saturday morning; the waves at sunrise were distracting me from the photos that I should have been taking for my photography mock piece! 8 more words

Docking Village Cage and Pound

The small brick and flint building sits by the side of the road, unassuming.  It was built in the early 19th century, and is now one of only three or four known examples in Norfolk.  199 more words

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Blow away the cobwebs - before and after the storm surge

Nearly a year ago, in December 2013, several stretches of the Norfolk Coast Path were badly damaged by the tidal surge. Whilst most of the trail was still open, some parts were left too dangerous to use. 270 more words

Norfolk Trails

Old Town Hall House, Cley-Next-The-Sea

It all used to be so simple. Eating out meant going to a restaurant or being invited to a dinner party (unless you live in Notting Hill, in which case make that “kitchen supper”). 833 more words

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High and Dry on Wells beach

Constructed from the same basic raw material as many of the ships that had been built in Wells next the Sea, each one of them is unique.  243 more words

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Pupping Season

It’s that time of year again. The Grey Seals have started to pup their way through the winter. The beaches around Norfolk are now starting to fill with creamy white young seals that will quickly fatten to become the round balls of fur that all too soon become independent from their mothers. 32 more words

Wildlife Photography

Tanner and Lawson

 

Barry Stedman

Graham Rider


Another fabulous emporium in Burnham Market to rave about. Newly-opened Tanner and Lawson is causing a bit of a style revolution in the village. 156 more words

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