In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we take a look at multitude of influential women hailing from Norfolk. International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
If the promise of sunshine has been a sticking point in your dilemma over buying a holiday home abroad or in the UK, then the recent fantastic weather is yet another tick for the staycation camp. Tingdene Lifestyle has eight more reasons why a UK holiday home should come out on top.…
Its almost time for the 2018 Royal Norfolk Show, a celebration of all things Norfolk and the East, with the best local food, drink, shopping, fashion, farming, livestock and Tingdene will be there too! Lets see why you need to visit...
Tingene Lifestyle have helped support East Point Academy take 10 children to Denmark; they are going to sail ‘Excelsior’ back to Lowestoft, Suffolk! Read the story in full here..
It's not everyday the East coast is hit with a flurry of movie stars, directors and film crews but we have heard on the grapevine that the latest top secret Danny Boyle film has been filming in Gorleston-On-Sea close to many of our parks. Let’s check it out…
We spend so long looking forward to our limited holidays, and yet we waste so much of them on the needless, boring and often stressful elements that come with a trip abroad. Make the most of your precious time off with a UK holiday home instead.
With golden sands, surfing, museums, zoos, stately homes and gardens, you will not be stuck for ideas of what to do in Cromer! Take a look at five of our favourite attractions in the area.
Great Yarmouth is a great place to visit for all the family, young and old. Spend the day discovering the heritage, in the idyllic towns or exploring nature.
We sat down with Margaret Cockerill, who recently bought property 28 at Broadlands Park & Marina, to ask her all about her experience with Broadlands and The Broads over the years.
Dating back to pre-Roman times, Suffolk is home to some of the UK’s most treasured National Trust sites. Below we have listed a few that are not to be missed.
The history of Norfolk is very diverse and dates back to the stone age. Rare treasures have recently been found, and have contributed to the unfinished puzzle of the county’s history.
Four previously unknown drawings by Beatrix Potter have been found during cleaning at a National Trust property in Suffolk.
Take part in a fun charity event by walking or cycling through the Suffolk countryside this September to raise money for the counties’ historical churches.
Be prepared for the rainy days on your holidays and visit one of the excellent and interesting museums and galleries across Suffolk.
Discover the history of Norfolk and visit these heritage sites when staying at our North Norfolk holiday parks.
The rural line that linked Southwold to Halesworth has been closed more than 80 years, but there are plans to reopen it as a tourist attraction that will be close to our holiday lodges in Suffolk.
The remains of an Anglo-Saxon settlement have been discovered in a Lincolnshire village, close to our Tingdene caravan parks.
We love Suffolk, and have looked at five interesting things you might not have known about the county!
Straddling the line between Autumn and Winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition.
We have taken a look at some weird and wonderful facts about Essex that you may not have known before!