Camping and Caravan Show at the NEC 21st February + a bit of a Norfolk trip
No pictures of the show, needless to say you could spend a serious amount of money buying kit. I was there to mainly look but I did buy a waste tank for my campervan. CAK tanks are good people to deal with; they have a huge range of self-build components and know what they are talking about.
Later on drove to Norfolk and stayed in the large and level car park of the Coach and Horses 77 Manor Rd, Dersingham, King's Lynn PE31 6LN
Great food, real ale and good people – very friendly these Norfolk.
Day Two – Norwich winter ale & beer festival
Nowhere to park in Norwich town, not even at the park and ride, but I was never hopeful to be honest.
The barman (who turned out to be the owner of this and a couple of other city centre pubs) let me park and then drove me into town to the beer fest. Will go back there that’s for sure.
Day three – trip to the northern coast for a seafood lunch at Cookies.
Went past some great buildings including this Tithe Barn given by HM the Queen (not sure which one) for the storage of restoration materials.
Tithe barn at Dersingham
How very surprising – they even limit duck walking speeds.
Not surprising there was lots of wildfowl on the coastal route.
The famous Cookies crab and Lobster Shop.
Drove 100miles round trip for lunch at this famous shop only to find that they were shut due to storm Doris and the knock on effect to the fishing.