With summer fast approaching, many people think that it is time to pack up the telescope and store it away until the dark nights of winter return. Certainly the brighter nights of the summer months make hunting down faint and fuzzy galaxies a little trickier but with the slowly brightening skies, the coming months are a great opportunity to try and pick out some of the planets of our Solar System and one or two brighter celestial wonders.
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North Norfolks Kelling Heath Holiday Park has picked up a national award recognising it as the best holiday park in the country.
North Norfolk’s Kelling Heath Holiday Park is a step closer to being named the best destination of its kind in the country.
The months from January to March offer excellent opportunities for stargazing. Long dark crispy nights which, although cold, offer fantastic views of the Universe. From my home in South Norfolk I get dark skies so can enjoy views of the Milky Way stretching from horizon to horizon.
Blue Sky Leisure is investing nearly half a million pounds to improve facilities at its two north Norfolk holiday parks, Kelling Heath Holiday Park near Holt, and Woodhill Park in East Runton.
Sarah Kemp, Acorn Events coordinator at Kelling Heath stands in for Jerry Kinsley and takes a look at what happens when the Park closes down for its short winter break
Kelling Heath Holiday Park is one of the best locations in the country for astronomy where the sky is a cherished part of the camping experience and is being protected for all to enjoy.
What our guests are saying:
I enjoy the countryside, it's lovely to wake up with the birds singing and seeing the squirrels running around.