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Norfolk born television presenter Caroline Flack tells Rachel Buller about her joy at being in Strictly Come Dancing and why she can’t wait to come home for Christmas.
With winter, the evergreen plants which give our gardens their structure become more prominent features. The most seasonal of these evergreens are hollies.
Christmas crackers are an essential part of the festivities – but the debris of crepe and crowns, trinkets and snaps is usually the first thing to be cleared away as the turkey and trimmings are tackled.
I chose this view because the handsome church dominates the pleasant town of Diss
Two fruit farmers and members of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association explain why the county is the perfect year–round home for fruit crops.
Jan Brookes-Bullen, house manager at Blickling Hall, tells us about Labrador Charlie.
It’s often over Christmas and New Year that we think about our financial futures, but few people really have the time or inclination to understand the hundreds of financial products currently on the market.
It’s that time of year again, the seemingly relentless celebrations that include filling the sky with the bright lights and loud sounds of fireworks. And while some people actively seek out bonfire celebrations and fireworks displays, pet owners have grown to despise this time of year as the celebrations are no longer just on Guy Fawkes night, but extend for weeks. The noise pollution caused by fireworks affects both pets and wildlife.
Please could you advise regarding the removal of wax polish which has built up on a veneer table.
A seal (a matrix or die) is a device for making an impression or embossment in wax, clay or paper.
When I told my son to sit up straight and take his elbows off the table, he said “But why?” Well, what could I say? I have absolutely no idea why – it’s just not the done thing!
Christmas traditions are part and parcel of what makes the festive season so special, from decorating the family tree to nibbling on home-made mince pies. The National Trust cares for some of Norfolk’s most special places, all perfect spots to delight in old family traditions or even start some new ones.