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Christmas time, mistletoe and wine

Well, hasn’t this year gone fast? It only felt like yesterday that we were celebrating the New Year and then enjoying summer, but now temperatures have plummeted down to 1 to 3 degrees and winter has moved on it, it means one thing, Christmas is coming. We don’t want to frighten you, but it’s almost four weeks until the big day and if you’re planning a stay in our holiday cottages in Norfolk, then here’s something for you all to get stuck into and enjoy.

Between Saturday 28th November and Saturday 19th December, you should venture down to the Mixed Media Art Exhibition’s Mistletoe & Wine all about the Christmas Season at The Dragonfly Gallery. Coffee mornings will be held between 10am and 12:30pm each Saturday, and you’ll also enjoy a wonderful collection of arts and crafts that will be on display from 13 different artists including a selection of jewellery, photography, paintings, wooden toys, fused glass, fabric crafts and more. All of the arts and crafts have been designed and crafted by locals. Plus, there will be seasonal refreshments for you get stuck into during the day.

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The Dragonfly Gallery will be open for their Christmas crafts and fair between 10am and 4pm weekdays, and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.

If this sounds like something you would enjoy whilst staying in our holiday cottages in Norfolk, then here are the contact details and address:

The Dragonfly Gallery,

Wayland House,

High Street,

Watton

Or you can contact Susan Hollingworth on 01953 880 205.

There will never be a dull moment in Norfolk from now until the New Year; in fact, there’s never a dull moment in Norfolk, so all the more reason to stay in our holiday cottages in Norfolk. If it’s festivity that you’re after and some quality family time, then give Hall Farm a call today and we’ll discuss our range of holiday cottages in Norfolk with you in more detail.

 

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