Yet again there's loads of great events taking place this month in the Broads National Park, check out the picks below for some of our favourites...
Join the warden for a walk through Fairhaven Water Gardens this month and discover all of the amazing seasonal nature which is making an appearance at this time of the year. The whole area is organically managed and some of their resident wildlife is really rare!
When: 1 March
Join South Yare Wildlife Group as they welcome the charity Buglife into the local village hall to give a talk all about the importance of pollinators and ‘pollinator corridors’ which allow nature to pass through to sites which might otherwise cause them obstacles. The initiative is aptly called B-Lines.
Where: Poringland Community Centre, Loddon
When: 14 March, 19:30 – 21:00
Come to South Walsham for an evening of music played by talented young locals. It’s an opportunity to enjoy a varied programme with pieces being played on a diverse range of instruments which will include piano, flute, clarinet and violin.
Where: St Lawrence Centre, South Walsham
When: 16 March, 19:30
Still Waters, the Broads National Park Photography Exhibition, celebrates the Broads Authority's 30th anniversary. The exhibition includes work by Richard Denyer, whose pictures did so much to support the Authority's work in its early years, as well as the winning entries in the Broads National Park Photography Competition 2018.
Where: The Forum, Norwich
When: 29 March – 2 April
Experience the night-time world around How Hill, on an adventure with astronomy, night creatures and sensory discovery, rounded off with just a touch of night magic!
Where: How Hill National Nature Reserve
When: 30 March, 19:00 to 21:00