A visit to Horsey Gap to see the Horsey Seals, what better way to blow away the final cobwebs of the year. Wellies and waterproofs at the ready for a walk along the sand dunes and muddy puddles to jump in.
With this being our first visit to Horsey Gap, it was wonderful to see the area so well signposted. With little quiz plaques dotted along the walk to the viewpoints, which the children loved. As well as helpful volunteers from the Friends of Horsey Seals to point people in the right direction or answer any questions.
Last night Tigger performed in his first Christmas carol concert at St Peter Mancroft, Norwich. On the way back to the car, we made a detour to see the Christmas lights at intu Chapelfield… especially the Christmas bauble.
A mini photo shoot gives couples and families the opportunity to gain a range of photographs within a natural setting. Beth currently offers her mini photo shoots at the Wheatfen Nature Reserve which offers an ever-changing backdrop depending on the time of year you visit.
Located in the former Regal Cinema at the bottom of Dereham Road in Norwich. The Bowling House has been open since March 2018 and has transformed the old cinema space into a funky boutique entertainment area. Keeping highlights of the buildings past with the use of the cinema seating in the lobby and within the bowling lanes.
Tucked away just off the A47 west of Norwich is the village of North Tuddenham. As you head towards the main houses you will pass The Lodge Griddle & Grill. North Tuddenham’s local pub, however, it is so much more than just somewhere to grab a pint after a long day.
There are days when Tigger does something completely unexpected. The days were he will try a new food or step outside his comfort zone. Take our visit to Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary, he was first in line to hold the millipede. Carefully sitting down, holding his hands out and welcoming the animal of many legs into his comfort zone. Just double checking with the ranger that it wouldn’t bite him, then he was happy.
For the first time in a number of years we attended the Christmas Pantomime at Norwich Theatre Royal. Whilst it was a late night for Roo and Tigger, I don’t think I’ve seen Tigger laugh so much in a long time. On our way back to the care we walked past the Norwich Assembly House and fell in love with their Christmas trees all lit up in the darkness.