If you are lucky enough to be visiting Norfolk in the Winter then visiting the Grey Seal pups is a real must. From November to the end of January seals descend onto the shores of Horsey and Winterton to give birth to their pups. With one of the largest seal colonies in the country, this sight is one rarely matched elsewhere across the nation.
We are so lucky in Norfolk with our county being beautiful all year round........See below just a selection of our fantastic woodland parks for you to enjoy at any time of the year, but are particularly special when all the autumnal colours are on
Is it just me?
Why is it whenever I’m out walking at this time of the year, the moment I see a conker - I just have to pick it up!? There’s something so special, the way it’s shiny, perfectly formed and glowing with the
I was lucky enough to be able to spend time with my daughter on Mothering Sunday so headed off to the National Trusts Blickling Hall, it is a place I have been too many times as it is only twenty minutes from home, but yesterday I saw parts of the
The Marriotts Way is a 26 mile footpath which follows the routes of two disused railway lines. It runs all the way from Aylsham to Norwich and is much used by dog walkers, cyclists, joggers, horse riders and just gentle strollers like myself.
The days are finally getting longer, spring is happening all around us and you feel like you want to start heading outside again so whether you’re looking to get fitter or just a leisurely cycle, Norfolk is a great place for exploring,