What’s on in Norfolk
So What’s On in Norfolk this week then?
Just because the children have gone back to school it doesn’t to mean Norfolk shuts down too, far from it! Autumn is my most favourite time of the year here in Norfolk. Usually the sun stays shining, the sea is warm enough to swim and there is still lots on.
Autumn walks are a must whether along a blustery deserted beach or a stunning coloured forest like Felbrigg. The National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall estate includes hundreds of acres of woodland, with maples, sycamores, beeches and chestnuts, as well as the parkland and lakeside walks. The Lion’s Mouth is one of the most famous beauty spots, in the west of the valley, with a host of trees including beeches
Felbrigg will again be hosting Enchanted Felbrigg this December, a truly magical experience for all the family which sees the forest illuminated at night. A real adventure.
Its the Christmas Lights Switch on season with Sheringham kicking off on the 16th November. A really super night for all the family with the parade at 4.30 and the light switch on at 7pm Details here
For something completely different but Normal for Norfolk, why not visit Wells Christmas Tide? See Father Christmas arrive up the estuary on a boat complete with his elf! Spectacular fireworks accompany this and a beautiful lantern parade. 24th November Details here
Cromer Christmas lights switch on takes place on the weekend of the 1st December, with the church full of Christmas Trees sponsored by local charities and schools. The main switch on is at 17.45 on the 1st December, details here
November sees the start of the incredible seabird migration and Norfolk is one of the best places to experience this with some of the best RSPB reserve in the country. Cley Marshes and Snettisham Pits become alive with migrating birds such as Knots, Pink Foot Geese and thousands more. Information here
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