Walk away the excesses of Christmas and shake off the winter blues with our selection of events happening in the National Park this January.
Explore NWT Thorpe Marshes, in the Norfolk Broads, yet on the edge of Norwich in Thorpe St Andrew.
When: 15 January
Where: NWT Thorpe Marshes, Whitlingham Lane, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, NR7 0QA.
See work by some fantastic local Broads artists including Janice Lacey, Pauline Bayfield, Ruth Church and Corrin Tulk. Free entry.
When: 19 January – 1 March
Where: Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
Discover Breydon Water in all its spectacular winter glory.This is your chance to see thousands of overwintering geese, swans and wildfowl and waders on this internationally important estuary; this is a Norfolk spectacular not to be missed.
When: 19 January
Where: RSPB Berney Marshes,Goodchild Marina, Burgh Castle Marina & Holiday Park, Butt Lane, Burgh Castle, NR31 9PZ.
Illustrated talk by Tony Brown, naturalist about the habitats and wildlife to be found in the Waveney Valley.
When: 21 January
Where: Education Centre Carlton Marshes Nature Reserve, Burnt Hill Lane, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft.
The South Yare Wildlife Group is hosting a talk by Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Nick Acheson on conservation in Norfolk and how we can bring wild back into our lives.
When: 7.30 - 9pm, 23 January
Where: Thurton Village Hall, Thurton Village Hall, Thurton, NR14 6AT.
£25 per person, advance booking essential on 01692 678555. Drive out the January chill with a traditional Scottish menu, and a piper too!
When: 24 January
Where: How Hill House, How Hill Road, Ludham.
Learn how to photograph the beautiful Norfolk night skies.
When: 25 January, 7.30pm
Where: Blakeney Village Hall, Langham Rd, Blakeney, Holt NR25 7PG.