Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Will you be in Norfolk on July 25th? Then join the WDCS walk for Whales

Join WDCS and SEA LIFE for a fun family five mile sponsored walk in Hunstanton on 25th July and help stop commercial whaling!
You'll get FREE entry to the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary on the day, so why not make it a great day out!
30,000 whales have been killed since 1986 despite an international ‘ban’ and pressure is mounting for the ban to be lifted.
You can help WDCS and SEA LIFE in our campaign to Stop Whaling. Just put on your walking shoes and join us on the 25th July!
A five mile sponsored walk will start and finish at the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary and there are some great prizes to be won!
• Raise over £100 and get a FREE WDCS whale adoption
• Raise over £150 and get a FREE annual pass for a SEA LIFE Centre of your choice
• Raise over £200 and get a FREE annual pass for a SEA LIFE Centre of your choice AND a WDCS whale adoption!
Whaling is cruel, unnecessary and unsustainable. We believe it should stop and with your help we will ensure it does - for good.
To register for the walk online please click here
Alternatively contact the events team:
Tel: 01249 449 500Email: walkforwhales@wdcs.orgWeb: www.walkforwhales.org

Friday, 19 March 2010

Another View of Cromer Pier



Cromer Pier


We walked along the pier on a wet and windy day you can find more photographs on our main website http://www.renaissanceshop.co.uk/ under What we are doing - walking on Cromer Pier.

A View from Cromer Pier





We walked along the pier on a wet and windy day you can find more photographs on our main website http://www.renaissanceshop.co.uk/ under What we are doing - walking on Cromer Pier.

Cromer Pier





Another picture from our walk on Cromer Pier you can see more over at http://www.renaissanceshop.co.uk/ in the What we are doing section


Cromer Pier



Cromer Pier

We walked along the pier on a wet and windy day you can find more photographs on our main website www.renaissanceshop.co.uk under What we are doing - walking on Cromer Pier.

Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Ed Kluz at St Jude's Gallery

Raynham Hall

A Norwich Prospect
Felbrigg Hall



Blickling Hall

By Ed Kluz at Norfolk gallery St Jude's

Monday, 12 October 2009

Sad Farewell to Fry's Kingdom

Along with several million others we're sorry to hear that the TV series Kingdom
has been axed by ITV. It made charming, eccentric and at times slightly bonkers Sunday
night viewing and of course the Norfolk locations were just fantastic.
You can take a virtual tour of Market Shipborough, the fictional Norfolk Town that was
the setting for Kingdom here.