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The Royal Norfolk Show
So if you didn’t already know then today kick-starts The Royal Norfolk Show, a two day event which brings agriculture lovers from all over the country together. As the largest annual event in Norfolk, the show sees an estimated 90,000 people each year with this number increasing as the heat does. Celebrating everything country, The Royal Norfolk Show is perfect for a family day out where even the dog is welcome…
With lots of things to explore and many activities to take to, here’s a peak of what’s on: Art Exhibition, Best Dressed Visitor & Headline Hat, Countryside Area, Flower & Garden Show, Food Hall & Cookery Theatre, Jarrolds Fashion & Beauty Show, Premier Open Dog Show, Sheep Shearing, The Sheep Show, Wednesday Evening Entertainment – The Play, Woodland Crafts, The Grand Ring, Bandstand, Family Activity Trail, Norfolk Beekeepers’ Association, Epic Studios Music Stage.
Catering for all age groups the show is packed with fun and there’s lots of new things for 2013 too; the Rare Breed Survival Trust will be celebrating their 40th birthday at the show, eight time world champions Savage Skills stunt show team who also have 25 British titles, will be around performing stunts, tricks and jumps to wow you all and put that little bit of adrenalin in your day!
The Grand Ring will take your breath away as many events unfold throughout the show, with the RAF Falcons Free-fall Parachute Team leaping from the skies, Hound displays, the Kangaroo Kid and his many stunts, plus the Band of the Parachute Regiment marching through, these are two days you wouldn’t want to miss.
We at Hall Farm Cottages love celebrating everything to do with our beautiful British Broads and countryside, the Royal Norfolk Show just seems like the perfect opportunity to explore and really get to know the area. If you’re still stuck for ideas on where to go this summer then look no further as our dog-friendly holiday cottages in Norfolk are perfect for the whole family with many of them having disabled access too. We’ve still got a few cottages available for July and in August your furry friends go for free, so book now to avoid disappointment!