If you’ve never been to Norfolk – why not? The combined sunniest/driest county in the UK, 100 miles of stunning coastline, the Norfolk Broads National Park, medieval Norwich – and of course the private home of the Queen and now also the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and their young family.
Often when families are planning their summer holiday, they want to know what will be going on in and around the local area that will keep everyone entertained. Well, you’ll be pleased to know there are loads of things to do in Bude and the latest Bude Guide is now available – complete with a
Although often called a “country”, Wales is in fact a “Principality” and a region of the UK which is exceptionally beautiful and historic. With its own distinctive culture and its own widely spoken language, it is quite different from England with which it has been very closely associated since the 13th century. Because of the relative lack of industrial development in rural areas, particularly in the north, the remnants of history are particularly visible. Most famous of these remnants are the castles built by Edward I and the Welsh princes – Wales has a greater density of these than any other region in the world.
Renowned for its exceptional churches and beautiful Tudor villages, Suffolk’s stunning medieval architecture was built on the wool trade. But the secret of Suffolk does not end there; the coast is rich with beaches and tiny creeks, and big skies are a feature of delightful undulating, unspoilt countryside which inspired great artists Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable.