Sunday, 31 January 2021 00:00

Norfolk Nee Nors

Written by  Lisa Hutchinson
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Norfolk Nee Nors

To show their love of Ambulances and their appreciation for the Ambulance Service, Tommy and Toby from Tia's Treasures have been busy creating Norfolk Nee Nors with the help of their older Siblings Alex, Tia, Adam and Jamie.

Norfolk Nee Nors are Ambulance shapes made from clay and Ambulances painted onto rocks which are then varnished and hidden for you to find.

The Norfolk Nee Nors will start their journey in our home town of Gorleston On Sea, Norfolk and with your help they will begin to travel further a field.

If you come across either a clay Norfolk Nee Nor or a Norfolk Nee Nor rock you are more than welcome to keep it or re-hide it to see how far it can travel, what ever you decide please share a photo with the group tag us on Instagram @NorfolkNeeNors .

 

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If you would like to get involved with designing your own Norfolk Nee Nors we would love to see lots of designs shared on the group www.facebook.com/groups/NorfolkNeeNors

For more details about Tia's Treasures please visit www.tiastreasures.net

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