Kelling Heath has achieved Gold standard in the David Bellamy Conservation Award Scheme for the fourth year running.
The UKs rare red squirrel population could be set for a boost after one of two kittens born at Kelling Heath Holiday Park earlier this year, was found to be female.
Finally after weeks and weeks of bright night skies the months of October, November and December bring back the dark nights of winter. This is a great time to get out early and start to learn your way around the stars.
Bradwell based family firm Blue Sky Leisure are celebrating after carrying off the top award Business of the Year in the prestigious Eastern Daily Press Business Award
North Norfolks Kelling Heath Holiday Park has been highly commended in the Green Tourism Goldstar Awards 2013 - an honour recognising its green ethos
The months of July to September bring with them warm bright nights. These seem rather ideal for spending time out under the stars but unfortunately they mean late nights for astronomers who want to get the darkest skies.
We have all enjoyed a great summer at Kelling but how did our wildlife fare?
Loved-up Norfolk squirrels Red and Ginger are brushing up on their parenting skills following the birth of their first two kittens at Kelling Heath Holiday Park, near Holt.
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