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Another bird highlight for Kelling during March was a Rustic bunting

This has apparently been the driest for 40 years and it certainly has been a month of contrasts with some freezing nights and some warm, sunny days up to 18 centigrade. March is always a transition month and this seems particularly the case this year. March is a time of some wildlife departing and some arriving.

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Sustainability Bearing Fruit For Kelling Heath

It may be renowned for its woodland setting but at 11am on Monday 7th March, Kelling Heath Holiday Park will add two new fruit trees to the estate thanks to North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) which awarded the Park trees instead of trophies for its success at the recent Environment Awards.

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February 2011

Well, so far the weather since Christmas has been largely mild and dry, quite a respite for wildlife after the severe conditions in December.

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What our guests are saying:

Love this park, been visiting since I was a child and will again in the future. Lovely & peaceful if you want to escape the hustle & bustle.