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April 20-21 Deepdale Outdoor Festival
May 10-12 Poetry next the Sea Festival Wells
May 25 Norfolk Open Studios
July 26 Wells Carnival
July 31 Sandringham Flower Show
Aug 17 Cromer Carnival
Sep13-15 Wells Pirate Festival
Sep 21-22 Sheringham 1940’s Weekend
The legend of Fiddlers Hill tells the story of an ill fated violinist who decided to investigate stories about the ghost of a “black monk” who would emerge each night from a tunnel running between Binham and Walsingham.
As the brave musician walked into the tunnel with his dog, he played his fiddle so that the villagers could hear his progress. But, so the story goes, when he reached the mound his music stopped.
Although the dog emerged from the tunnel shivering and whining, the fiddler was never seen again. In a twist to the story while part of the mound was removed during road improvements in 1933, three skeletons were found one of which was a dog’s.
Fiddlers Hill is to be conserved by Norfolk Archaeological Trust and will be open for public access so drop in whilst staying at nearby Nutwood Lodges.
The Mermaid Centre at Wells Community Hospital provides kidney dialysis 6 days a week all year round.
Nutwood Lodger says “This is a fantastic facility for holidaymakers wishing to visit North Norfolk even more amazing this unit has been privately funded”
Tel 01328 711996 for further details.
Nutwood Lodges has been awarded Four Star accreditation by VisitEngland for the sixth consecutive year..
This quality assessment reflects the condition, cleanliness, comfort and ease of use of facilities. It also reflects the warmth of the welcome and the atmosphere generated by staff.
The assessor commented “all properties well presented and maintained, the owner has benefited by a number of returning guests” Ample parking provision very close by and well maintained.
Grounds surrounding are well maintained with enhanced new paved areas.
“We are pleased to accept this award – a fantastic achievement even though its harder to maintain standards as the properties become more popular” says the “Nutwood Lodger”