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Your March/April edition contains a wonderful mix of fabulous photographs, fascinating features and inspirational people - including William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, one of the most beautiful windmills in Britain, an ancient woodland, a look at the historical remains of West Acre Priory, and a little-known local artist who captured long-lost scenes of his home town. Plus much, much more.

March's Highlights

The mill that inspired a children’s classic

The tower windmill at Burnham Overy Staithe is one of the most iconic sights along the north …

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Enjoying the wonders of Reffley Wood

Britain has lost around 50% of its ancient woodland since the 1930s, but a precious number remain, …

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The perfect mix of the past and the present

Norfolk has some of the most beautiful and historic towns in the whole country, but few of them can …

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From knights to kings: the priory of West Acre

A solitary gatehouse and a few walls close to the church of All Saints at West Acre are the only …

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The huge achievements of Robert Walpole

300 years ago next month a man from west Norfolk became the country’s first and longest-serving …

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A local landmark telling the time of a lost past

The famous clock at Gaywood in King’s Lynn isn’t just a quaint decorative element from the start of …

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