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Pensthorpe Natural Park has added one of Britain’s best-known birders, Bill Oddie OBE, to its programme of guest speakers at the Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 May 2019 and announced an exciting programme of talks at the two-day event. Wildlife presenter and conservationist Bill Oddie OBE, who has presented popular TV programmes including Springwatch and Autumnwatch, will join well-known TV naturalists Simon King OBE and Mike Dilger, along with other bird and wildlife experts, at the event, which aims to highlight the county’s credentials as a birding and wildlife hotspot. Visitors can look forward to both male and female experts from the world of television, conservation and birdwatching giving talks on both days. Highlights include speakers from the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, the RSPB, Joe…
Saturday, 13 April 2019 00:00

New Brasserie Menu at Barnham Broom

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We are delighetd to announce that Barnham Broom Hotel. Golf & Spa have just joined us as an All Things Norfolk business member which coincides with the launch of their new Brasserie Menu. There are simply delicious new dishes to try, prepared by Head Chef, Mark Elvin. Choose from the main menu, chargrill or opt for one of the daily specials. Make sure you leave room for one of their delectable desserts! Why not complement your Spa Day, golf visit or break with a visit to the Brasserie? Book your table now: 01603 759393, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or book online: https://www.barnham-broom.co.uk/eat/
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Emily Jupp of Milly J Shoes has delivered her special 'Easter' Shoe to the Maids Head Hotel. The shoe will be on display in hotel reception throughout the Easter period. Emily is a shoe artist and is creating a series of shoes, linked to key events in the Norwich and Norfolk calendar, for display at the hotel. She crafts her handmade shoes and clips in her shop and studio in Tombland, just across the road from the Maids Head. Winner of the EDP Bride Awards Innovation Award 2018 and Footwear Designer of the Year 2015, Emily has launched a campaign to get people to bring their unwanted shoes to her shop, so they can be upcycled into one of her colourful creations. Guests enjoying hen party and birthday party afternoon…
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Councillor Margaret Stone, Chairman Norfolk County Council and Councillor Judy Leggett, Chairman Broadland District Council and children from Fairhaven Primary School visited Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden at South Walsham on Friday, April 5, to plant a new bed of primula denticulata, the drumstick primula, to mark English Tourism Week. Louise Rout, Manager, Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden said: “The new primulas border will enhance our wonderful collection of primulas, which are at their best during the second of May. I would like to thank the Chairman of Norfolk County Council and the Chairman of Broadland District Council, along with the children from Fairhaven Primary School for helping us celebrate English Tourism Week. The new primula border will enhance our wonderful collection of primulas, which are at their best during…
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In the second of our series giving you the opportunity to learn a little bit more about the people who own or run some of the fabulous local independent businesses which we are proud to feature on All Things Norfolk, we feature Martin Wanger of Madeline Dando Books. Madeline Dando Books is based in Wymondham and titles include "Amber Sands" and "Leaving Her Tears Behind" . "Amber Sands" is a true love story with bags of courage, resilience and triumph over adversity.The author wants the book to warm your heart, break your heart and to inspire each and every reader. "Leaving Her Tears Behind" is a story of love, desire, greed, hate and revenge, that the Author thinks will keep you on the edge of your seat right till the…
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With the chief executive of the Environment Agency recently announcing that England is set to run short of water within 25 years, the importance of this valuable resource, how to conserve it and educating the next generation is vital. That’s why Pensthorpe Conservation Trust is showcasing the importance of water by making it the theme of its annual Wild About the Wensum event when it returns to Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, on Sunday 12th May 2019. Wild About the Wensum, now in its thirteenth year and taking place from 10am to 5pm, aims to encourage people of all ages, especially families who often don’t get the chance to be outdoors, to enjoy the beautiful Wensum Valley, and understand its importance, within which Pensthorpe Natural Park is located.
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The family behind North Norfolk based gin distillery have announced that they have added an exciting new flavour to their WhataHoot range. ‘Tawny Orange’ is a full-strength hand distilled premium gin which blends the distillery’s secret recipe of botanicals with zesty oranges to create a delicious gin with a zingy twist. Made with real fruit and with no artificial flavours or additives, this exciting new product was officially launched at the Kings Lynn Gin Festival on the 15th and 16th March and is now available on-line and in stockists throughout Norfolk. Founded by husband and wife team, Jason and Nicky Crown, with their son Ethan, WhataHoot is one of Norfolk’s newest distilleries. Their Signature Dry Gin was launched at the Norwich Food & Drink Festival in June 2018, since which…
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Celebrate English Tourism Week from Saturday, March 30 to Sunday, April 7 at the historic Maids Head Hotel in Norwich, winner of Best Independent Hotel and the Investing in the Future award at the Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2019. A classic English Afternoon Tea will be on offer comprising egg and cress, salmon, cheese and homemade tomato chutney sandwiches; homemade sausage roll, scotch egg (originated from Fortnum and Mason in 1738); Cherry Bakewell, Victoria Sandwich and traditional fruit cake; Raspberry Eton Mess and cheese and fruit scones with clotted cream and jam. The hotel has a new partnership with shoe artist, Emily Jupp of Milly J Shoes in Tombland. Emily is producing special shoes linked to key events in the Norwich and Norfolk calendar, which will be displayed in…
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Staff at the Maids Head Hotel in Norwich are celebrating today, having won two awards at the 2019 Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards, staged on Thursday night, at Open in Norwich. The hotel picked up Best Independent Hotel, along with the Investing in the Future accolade. The wins at the Tourism Awards follows hot on the heels of last November's Best Employer win at the Norfolk Business Awards. Christine Malcolm, General Manager said: “We have been privately owned by the Chaplin family for the last six years. During that time we have embarked on a phased multi million pound renovation programme to ensure that the historic building meets the expectations of 21stcentury visitors"
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We are delighted to launch a new feature to All Things Norfolk giving you the opportunity to learn a little bit more about the people who own or run some of the fabulous local independent businesses which we are proud to feature on All Things Norfolk. The first to step forward for this new feature is Keith Osborn from Keith Osborn Photography in Fakenham. Keith established his business in 2008 with the aim to provide creative , unobtrusive and affordable wedding, commercial, lifestyle and portrait photography. Keith is an active member in the Fakenham community including being Co-founder and curator with his wife Debbie of Fakenham Makers Market, Churchwarden at Fakenham Parish Church and proud Sponsor of Fakenham Town Ladies FC. We hope you enjoy learning a little bit more…
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