New for the 2015 season, we are introducing ‘Broadscapes’, a Norfolk Broads landscape photography holiday offering the perfect blend of expert photographic tuition and doing your own thing. You can take part if you are holidaying in one of our self catering properties or onboard a cruiser, everyone is welcome.
Broadscapes Photography Holidays
Based around pre-arranged meeting points at different locations, local professional commercial photographer Paul Studd will share with you his expert advice and tuition. It will be relaxed, informal and fun. Above all, it’s a chance to point your camera at some of the iconic windmills & wetlands of the Norfolk Broads.
Our first photography holiday is arranged for Monday 20th April for 4 nights – a full itinerary is available on request. If this date is not convenient, please see our website for other options.
The price is just £95 per person + the normal cost of your holiday accommodation or cruiser hire.
For more information please email email@example.com or call 07801 589627
Barnes Brinkcraft, more than just a holiday ……..
The Tour de Broads Festival is a cycle challenge which takes place around The Broads National Park area on Sunday 23rd August 2015. Last year the event completely sold out and this year organisers are expecting over 2000 riders – the event is open to everyone, whatever your cycling abilities.
Held at Strumpshaw Hall near Norwich, three routes are available for riders of different abilities to challenge themselves, 3 miles, 40 miles and 70 miles. The Epic Ride takes in 70 miles of the Broadland and North Norfolk area, giving you the chance to ride the tranquil and beautiful settings of the Norfolk Broads.
Tickets cost from only £10. As a social enterprise, all profits from the rides are used to engage, inspire and enable local people into cycling and enjoy the immediate benefits of an active lifestyle. Fund raising is used to provide coaching sessions and grow the loan bike fleet. Click here for more information on the Tour De Broads 2015
Tour de Broads 2015 in The Broads National Park
The lakes and waterways of Norfolk and Suffolk are to be renamed the Broads National Park. Although it will be known as a national park, it will not face the legal restrictions associated with the protected status.
Read the full story on the BBC News Website
Broads Authority members voted by an overwhelming majority to brand the area as a National Park after 79% of consultees approved the proposal.
Chief Executive of the Broads Authority John Packman led the three-month consultation and said he was “absolutely delighted” that the area would benefit from being clearly identified as a National Park.
Press Release from the Broads Authority