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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

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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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Found!



 

 

We are so fantastically lucky to live here in Burnham Market, North Norfolk with its amazing, mostly individually owned shops. One of my favourite places is FOUND owned by Martin Billing, who with his wife Sarah also owns… 140 more words

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Sculthorpe Mill

Dating back to Domesday, Sculthorpe Mill was the first Mill to be built on the river Wensum.  Constructed on the site of an ancient ford once used as a crossing point by the Romans, the Mill sits upstream from the Hempton Mill and Fakenham Mill.  191 more words

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Chalk it up to success

It is the longest of its kind, in the world. Rising from thick clay, it stretches for 20 miles. In some places it is just 100 metres from the coast, and 10 metres below the surface of the sea.  129 more words

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Christmas in Norfolk

If you love Christmas, then quite honestly Norfolk is the place to be. The magic of Christmas fills the whole region with twinkling lights, Christmas shows, journeys with Santa and unique shopping opportunities. 636 more words

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