Monday, 27 May 2013

Burnham Overy Staithe Mill

Burnham Overy Staithe Mill was built in 1816 for Edmund Savory, a miller who was running a watermill on the River Burn known as the Lower Mill.

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

BIRDS OF PREY.

Shelia & I spent a wonderful day catching up with Nadine & John of Photographers on Safari.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

THURNE WINDMILL.

Thurne dyke drainage mill was built beside the River Thurne at the mouth of Thurne Dyke in 1820 and was saved from destruction by Bob Morse in 1949, when the mill was lying derelict. The mill used 4 double shuttered sails to power its scoop wheel.

NEW GREETINGS CARDS.

A new range of Greetings Cards in the style of a postcard left blank for your own message.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

HOLT COUNTRY PARK.

Holt Country Park, a Green Flag award winner, is only a short walk from the historic market town of Holt on the edge of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The park has been many things over the years, including a horseracing course, heath, farmland, forestry, and woodland garden. It has now been developed into a tranquil woodland dominated with Scots Pine and native broadleaves. Its rich ground flora supports an abundant display of wildlife including Goldcrests, Greater Spotted Woodpeckers, Emperor Dragonflies and Deer. The park has been awarded a Green Flag Award every year since 2005. The park is very popular with schools and families where they can join in with environmental and arts events throughout the year.