If you’re not able to make any of the walks for the Norfolk Walking Festival (17th October 1st November), why not come to one of the great talks we’ve got lined up?
Whether you’re into astronomy, geology, nature, history, or even ghosts and ghouls, there’s something for you.
All the talks are in north east Norfolk, just click on each link below to find out more and book your tickets.
Take your pick from –
Norfolk’s Deep History Coast Lecture: Those Feet in Ancient Times – the early human occupation of Northern Europe with Dr Nick Ashton. Find out about the famous Happisburgh footprints and more. Includes cheese and wine: Saturday 17th October, 7pm > http://bit.ly/1QnIAGl
Waxham and the Spanish Armada. Learn about the area’s involvement in the Spanish Armada. Includes a light lunch: Tuesday 20th October, 11.30am > http://bit.ly/1EFwKq5
Eccles Juxta-Mare – A lost village discovered. An illustrated history of Eccles – one of the ‘Lost Villages’ of the Norfolk Coast: Wednesday 21st October, 3pm >http://bit.ly/1XpXTmX
A guide to the Norfolk Coast Path with Tim Lidstone-Scott. All you need to know for walking the Norfolk Coast Path. With Tim Lidstone-Scott from Walk Norfolk and equipment advice from Cotswold Outdoors: Thursday 22nd October, 2pm> http://bit.ly/1JEr4ci
The Amber Shorelands illustrated talk. An illustrated tour of the Amber Shorelands, a little known corner of the Norfolk Coast: Friday 23rd October, 3pm >http://bit.ly/1JUY96h
Stargazing – an evening of astronomy with Mark Thompson The People’s Astronomer. Join TV astronomer Mark Thompson for an evening of discovery, from the Moon to deep outer space. Includes cheese and wine: Sunday 25th October, 7pm > http://bit.ly/1iLw747
Wild Horsey – An illustrated talk of the natural history of Horsey. An illustrated talk of the natural history of Horsey: Wednesday 28th October, 3pm > http://bit.ly/1KQ0enx
Walk to Inspire – An evening of film, with cheese and wine. Enjoy a relaxing evening with convivial company and a fascinating selection of walking-themed films: Thursday 29th October, 6.30pm > http://bit.ly/1QexrXN
High sprites, ghosts and legends of the amber shorelands. An illustrated talk showing that often the truth behind local legends is stranger than the story: Friday 30th October, 3pm > http://bit.ly/1KjPLKB
Phew, that’s a lot to choose from!
More about the Norfolk Walking Festival www.norfolkwalkingfestival.co.uk