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Opened in 1990, the Bure Valley Railway offers an 18 mile round trip through picturesque countryside which is as varied, interesting and beautiful as any to be found on a railway journey in England. Sutton Staithe Hotel is located yards from the River Ant in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Small studio workshop in rural East Norfolk, established by Malcolm Flatman in 1977 in the Broadland village of Sutton, near Stalham. A clean chimney is a safe chimney!  The team at Soots are here to help protect your family or business. Having your Chimney swept regularly will protect against blockages, smoke leaks, inadequate ventilation, insufficient draw, down-draught and tar build-up. Frequency will depend on a number of factors including: Type of fuel, appliance used, duration of use, moisture content of wood fuel, type of chimney.

Brundall is the perfect venue for such a ‘River Fest’ event, on the waters edge at Brundall Bay, situated just off the main River Yare, with excellent facilities and a hoard of boating enthusiasts.
This event is organised and under-written by local businessman James Fraser of Norfolk Yacht Agency (NYA) and co-facilitated by Jane Carver Local Resident of Brundall.
The aim of the day was to integrate the local marine world in Brundall with the local community. The event was supported well by local Marine businesses and village businesses alike and maintained a very ‘local feel’ reminiscent of a traditional bygone charm of the past. The event was blessed with one of the finest days of the season and there were several sun- kissed faces at the end of the day! Local businesses worked in partnership to put together a fine selection of stalls ranging from nautical requirements through well-being, arts and crafts to Local Shellfish food and BBQ. Through out the day Entertainment was provided by local bands and solo artists, a children’s entertainer and martial arts demonstrations from the ‘main ring’, alongside the refreshment marquee which supplied champagne and Pimm’s to create a relaxed informal atmosphere.
Teams competed in a raft race, which caused great hilarity and fun for both participants and onlookers who lined the river bank to get a good view of the action!
The Maritime Volunteer Service presented a demonstration of their rescue service, which included a man-over-board demo and the setting off of a ‘life raft’.
NYA gave visitors a chance to take a free river trip aboard a Fairline Phantom, and Broom Boats also provided the opportunity to have a short trip on a day launch. The event was supported also by Norfolk-A-Float: The Broads Beat and Broads Authority, who had stands and were about to offer practical help and support.

It is hoped this time to encourage more local businesses to participate either through sponsorship, booking a stall or giving of an item for the Charity Auction. We need the support of the community in Brundall to make this a success, so if you are interested in taking part, be it to perform, to have a stall, or to help out generally please make yourselves known and call us on the numbers below. A footpath and cycle path runs alongside the entire length of the track from Aylsham to Wroxham.
The Hotel boasts thirteen fully en-suite letting rooms all with internet access and Satellite television. He uses the Potters Wheel and the fire of a gas kiln to create a large range of reduction stoneware entirely by hand. The Maritime Volunteer Service Rescue boat works in and around the Broads area, and is basec in the Marina at Brundall Locals were able to see the RIB, and how its crew handle her on its recently acquired docking system. The day time activities will be followed in the evening by the ‘River Dance’, with entertainment being provided by a popular local band the JBs, a hog roast will be available & the Charity Auction- which it is anticipated will raise a good bit of cash for local charities.

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