If you missed the opportunity to purchase a Mr Mawkin T-shirt for your children at the Norfolk Spring Fling you can now buy online.
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Here’s quick run down of some of the more traditional types of activities on offer at this year’s Spring Fling. National Farmers Union (NFU) The NFU’s ‘Let’s talk about farming’ roadshow will include fun facts on food and farming and lots of hands-on activities, including Annabelle the milking cow, a jigsaw centred on the foods found on… Read more »
Farming, agriculture and science go hand in hand so this year we’ve got stacks of interactive science activities at this year’s Spring Fling. From learning how to generate your own electricity to learning how to build your own rainbow now’s the time to see how many young Einsteins we have out there! Build your own turbine!… Read more »
Spring has sprung! So make sure at this year’s Spring Fling you don’t miss these activities on Tuesday 4 April. Cuddle a (goat) kid! We’re not kidding! Make sure you come and see the Norwich and District Goat Club at this year’ Spring Fling. As well as being about to hold/cuddle a kid you can… Read more »
This year’s Spring Fling on Tuesday 4 April will be as popular as ever! But what can you expect on top of all the traditional countryside and farming activities like tractor rides and lamb feeding? Well here’s five unexpected things you can do at this year’s Spring Fling. Sausage making There’s nothing better than a… Read more »
We’re delighted to announce that this year’s Spring Fling tickets are now on sale. Tickets are £9.50 each, for both adults and children aged 4+. The price includes a hog roast or vegetarian lunch with a drink. Free entry for children aged two and under, but food & drink NOT included. If you haven’t been… Read more »
Mr Mawkin, the friendly scarecrow, will be at the Norfolk Spring Fling with his farm full of animals. Feel free to drop by and visit his sheep, pigs, donkeys and goats, as well as his rare breed turkeys and poultry. There is a chance to get close and learn about the many diverse breeds… Read more »
The Norton family have farmed at Church Farm, Frettenham, since 1946. Our herd is small (just 70 cows, compared to a national average of nearer 100), meaning we have the time to care for each cow individually. Each has a name, not just a number, and most are distant descendants of the handful of cows… Read more »
Come and see the Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority aquarium tank filled with different kinds of shellfish, including lobsters!
A fascinating look into the world of the honey bee and to find out where that honey in the jar comes from.