Lowestoft is the most easterly town and part of the Sunrise Coast - the sunrise first reaches the horizon here every morning - so First Light Festival is all about celebrating this, with a multi-arts festival from midday Saturday 22nd - midday Sunday 23rd June.
The eccentric owner of Wiveton Hall appeared on the popular BBC 2 programme Normal for Norfolk and now you can meet him in person. As if there wasn't enough reasons to visit Norfolk you can now have a guided tour by the man himself of the gardens of Wiveton Hall...
The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the world's biggest survey of butterflies. Over 60,000 people took part in 2017, submitting 62,500 counts of butterflies and day-flying moths from across the UK
Any replacement for free movement, even if visa-free, will require a registration fee that will add to the expenses of family holidays. Lets look at this hot holiday industry topic...
Today marks the second annual Suffolk Day; we've got 3 holiday parks in the north of Suffolk, North Denes, Broadlands Park & Marina and Waterside Park & Hotel, so we know a lot about the best places to go.
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...
Taking your dog on holiday with you is a great idea for so many reasons. Not only do you get to spend time with this important member of the family, but you also don’t have the hassle of booking them into a kennel - just think of those sad eyes when you have to turn around and walk away…
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..
A holiday a chance to get away from it all, relax, eat, read, explore, or even be adventurous. But with a weak pound and concerns over security issues, not to mention the general hassles that come with a holiday abroad, buying a UK holiday home which you can use throughout the year is a popular alternative.
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.
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.
Norfolk is beautiful all year, but even more so in the Autumn. Take a look at our top places to visit to see it in all its glory…
One of the biggest nature reserves in East Anglia is home to the most birds, insects, plants and animals in Suffolk, you will definitely enjoy a day out here this summer!
Head to the great outdoors in Norfolk this Bank Holiday and visit one of these fantastic gardens located around the county.
A new wildlife paradise in Norfolk, close to our holiday parks, is looking for a new name as decided by the public.
Take in some wonderful wildlife experiences out in the countryside and along the coast when staying at our holiday parks in Suffolk.
Stay in your own static caravan at our Norfolk holiday parks and visit the stunning Norfolk Broads that have an abundance of all types of wildlife.
It’s the perfect time of year to see the native English bluebells in bloom in British woodland when staying at our Suffolk holiday homes.
Norfolk is a paradise for birdwatching; grab your binoculars and have a walk through wildflower meadows when you’re staying at our holiday parks in Norfolk.