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Dry January? Here’s some alcohol-free activities in North Norfolk!

For those of us who are persevering through dry January, any recommendations of alcohol-free activities are always appreciated! Forget the pub; here’s a list of fantastic activities in North Norfolk near Wood Farm that will help you resist the temptation of a cheeky drink.

Take the kids on a treasure trail

There are plenty of treasure trails dotted around Norfolk, with one trail local to Wood Farm based in Holt. For £6.99 you can enjoy a Spy Mission Treasure Trail, providing the perfect opportunity to get on your feet and explore Holt, with the chance to win real treasure!

Wrap up and admire the local nature

Head out early to watch the sunrise and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by Norfolk’s wonderful birdlife; watch in awe as they leave their overnight roost and fly overhead as the sun comes up. We recommend the Wildflower and Countryside Centre or the NWT Cley Marshes to spot some of Norfolk’s local birds.


Dig deep into history with a spot of fossil hunting

North Norfolk is ideal for exploring rock pools and combing the beach for fossils, with over 45 miles to cover, there’s no limit to the exciting discoveries that may be found. If you don’t want to do the hard work yourself, take a trip to the Cromer Museum to find out why Cromer is famous as a geological area.

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