Join the Canoe Man and take a relaxing paddle around some of Norfolk's most beautiful water ways. The Broads National Park has so much beauty to offer - nature reserves and tucked away backwater are havens for wildlife and even in mid summer, when the broads are at their busiest you can always find a peaceful retreat by canoe. Canoe trails from Kelling Heath Holiday Park transport you by minibus to the backwaters of the river Bure where you start your half day canoe trail. Booking is essential, call at reception to book or for more information. 2014 Canoe Trails from Kelling Heath Holiday Park run on the following Thursdays &
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The North Norfolk Railway offers a 10.5 mile round trip by steam train (vintage diesel trains on some journeys) through the delightful area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. To the south are wooded hills and the natural beauty spots of Kelling Heath and Sheringham Park. To the north, the sea. All within easy walking distance from the various stations. The flowers are a sight to see throughout the year. In spring and early summer there are primroses, bluebells and the yellow gorse. Later in the year the poppies abound and are set off by the mauve heathers. Enjoy a ride on an historic steam train - you can break your journey to look around the stations and marvel at the steam laden atmosphere from a bygone age.
This theatre, which boasts of having the smallest stage in a professional theatre in the country and only 180 seats, has been a much loved institution in the town throughout its history As one of North Norfolk's finest venues, The Little Theatre offers an incredibly large range of entertainment all year round. There are shows, films, music of all kinds, celebrity evenings, children's events, workshops, art exhibitions, literature events, education and outreach, all under one little roof and that is not all! Every summer there is a professional weekly repertory season. A variety of plays, comedies, thrillers, classics and farces are on offer in one of the last surviving rep seasons. Whilst proud to continue these well loved traditions, The Little Thea
AmazonaZOO has taken 2 years to emerge from 10 acres of derelict woodland and the abandoned brick kilns just to the south of Cromer town. It is now home to a wide range of animals from Tropical South America including Jaguar, Otters, Spider Monkeys and Flamingos. All the animals have arrived through the generosity of other British Zoological Gardens; None are imported from the wild. Benefitting from Cromer's favourable sunshine and low rainfall the grounds of the new zoo offer the animals and visitors a relaxed and pleasant environment. AmazonaZOO will join the other
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When asked where they'd like to go next for a holiday my children both without hesitation said Kelling Heath