There's some fantastic events to get stuck into this June when you're in the Broads National Park. Take a look at our picks for some of the best below...
Part of the Broads Authority’s Water, Mills and Marshes project, the Wherry Weekend is a special study day taking place in the Museum of the Broads. The day promises to be a fun day out set in the beautiful setting of Stalham Staithe.
Where: Museum of the Broads
When: 8 June
A celebration of all things Woolly and fibre related. Includes Adelaide Walker selling equipment and fibre, spinning, weaving, felting, fabric, haberdashery, knitting and crochet. Sheep shearing, fleece sale, alpacas, and much more. There will even be miniature donkeys.
Where: Dilham Village Hall
When: 15 - 16 June
A compelling open-air performance of a specially created community play, A Time to Gather Stones, telling stories about St Benet’s Abbey drawn from local people’s favourite myths and memories and historical research, and performed by local people.
Where: St Benet’s Abbey
When: 9 - 15 June
Uncover the secret of our hidden waterways and get up close and personal to our wildlife with this guided exploration of the broad and backwaters of Fairhaven by Free Spirit Canoe Tours. Experience is not necessary and all abilities are welcome. Your guide will be a qualified BCU instructor with over 40 years' experience.
Where: Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
When: 9 June – 29 August
The family-favourite Broads Village is back again for 2019's Royal Norfolk show, with loads of activities to inspire you to discover, visit and care for the Broads National Park. You'll be able to paddle a canoe, moor up a boat, throw a safety line, admire spectacular sailing boats, make a broads inspired badge or discover aquatic mini-beasts. The kids can collect stamps as they take part in activities in order to collect a Broads reward.
Where: Norfolk Showground
When: 26 - 27 June