Ranging from guided walks to new cycle paths, craft activities to Champing (camping in historical churches) or stargazing in the Broads, the website is part of the EXPERIENCE project managed by Norfolk County Council. The project is funded by the European Union through its European Regional Development Fund and Interreg VA France (Channel) England programme. The project spans six pilot regions in France and England.
Cllr Eric Vardy, Norfolk County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Waste, said: “We are delighted that BeNorfolk will celebrate the natural and cultural assets of Norfolk, including new and exciting trails and cycling routes to try out. This website pulls together an array of diverse, accessible and sustainable experiences for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy what our county has to offer.”
The new website aims to help people choose the right experiences and activities for them, using filters such as accessibility, theme and season.
Visitors and residents can explore the BeNorfolk interactive website to find events tailored to their interests and location. Users can pick from an extensive menu of options to design their own itineraries to get out and about across the county, meet new people and try something different. People are encouraged to explore the website as new activities are added.