Norfolk may well be the bird watching capital of Britain. Many believe it has Premiere League status nature reserves with the likes of Cley, Titchwell, Blakeney, Holkham & Snettisham - There's plenty to see whatever the time of year.
NWT Cley Marshes is situated on the stunning North Norfolk, 6km from Holt. The nature reserve provides groups with great opportunities to explore both coastal and wetland habitats.
- 15 Miles
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path combined is one of the easiest, most beautiful and interesting long distance national trails.
- 25 Miles
Happisburgh Lighthouse in Happisburgh on the North Norfolk coast is the only independently operated lighthouse in Great Britain. It is also the oldest working lighthouse in East Anglia.
- 5 Miles
Blakeney Point is a National Nature Reserve situated near to the villages of Blakeney, Morston and Cley next the Sea on the north coast of Norfolk, England.
- 15 Miles
Wildlife and garden trails in sprawling, lake and woodland conservation park, with a visitor centre.
- 22 Miles
Titchwell Marsh is an English nature reserve owned and managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
- 4 Miles
NWT Cley Marshes is Norfolk Wildlife Trust's oldest and best known nature reserve. It was purchased in 1926.
Mr & Mrs Fountain- Lincolnshire
Richard & Yvonne- Kent
Richard & Maggie- Stow Beden
Mr Lynch- Yorkshire
Mr & Mrs Fletcher- Ely
Mr & Mrs Cockle- Chelmsford
Ms Chirico- France