Weird Norfolk: 2011 Norfolk puma sightings



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2011 was a peak year for sightings of the Norfolk puma.

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Clay Beach Holt Norfolk England Filmed in 4K



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Clay Beach Holt Norfolk England

This two mile stretch of shingle beach is found about 4 miles north of Holt and 1 mile from Blakeney Point. The beach can be reached by car or via a footpath which passes over the salt marshes.

The beach has exceptional views on either side and is a popular starting point for a walk to Blakeney Point. The walk is best done at low tide. Tidal tables can be purchased cheaply from most of the local shops.

The surrounding land is owned by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and at busy times there is a charge to park cars. The Cley Marshes Nature Reserve is very popular with birdwatchers, and has a very good visitor centre.

Visitors who are not members of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust can buy tickets to visit the nature reserve from the visitor centre. It’s well worth a trip to the eco-friendly visitor centre, which has a café, gift shop and excellent views over the marshes.
Toilets in the centre, flush using water collected from mosses on the roof and the building generates its own electricity from solar panels as well as a small wind turbine.

Dog walking is not allowed in the reserve, although they are allowed on the shingle beach or on trails to the north of the beach.

Nearby is the beautifully preserved medieval village of Cley-next-to-the-Sea, which –it has to be pointed out- is no longer next to the sea at all. The village has an 18th century windmill, popular with local artists, and one of the loveliest churches in Norfolk – St Margaret’s.
Type of beach

Shingle

Lifeguard service

No

Dogs friendly beach?

Dogs allowed

No dog restrictions.

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Activities

Facilities

Cafe/restaurant
Toilets
Shop
Nearest town

Norwich

Postcode

NR25 7RZ

OS grid ref.

TG 0493 4525

Norfolk Fire-Rescue Medic 1 and Engine 1 Clearing Intersection Church St & VA Beach Blvd



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Wednesday July 3rd, Norfolk Fire-Rescue Medic 1 & Engine 1 responding lights & siren, clearly intersection of Church St & VA Beach Blvd.

Abraham Lincoln Landed In Ocean View – Norfolk, Virginia



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…directly across the Chesapeake Bay from historic Fort Monroe during the beginning of the Civil War. “The Surrender and Occupation of Norfolk during the Civil War”: presented by Norfolk Historical Society features the rich research from the Curator of the MacArthur Memorial (located in Norfolk, VA). This presentation reveals what living during the Union occupation was like and how the city of Norfolk residents reacted to it.

First Baptist Church Norfolk 7/10/2016



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If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to visit and worship with us at our 8:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. services each Sunday. The church is located in downtown Norfolk, Virginia across the street from the Norfolk Scope. May grace, mercy and peace be unto you.

Birdland Records: Barry shares memories of the old store in Norfolk, VA



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Hardcore Norfolk met up with Barry Friedman of Birdland Records in Virginia Beach and talks about a special something left over from the original record store his father owned on Church St. in Norfolk, VA. Music given permission by Tom Shannon and Gianmichael Shannon…Thanks! -Paul Unger

2012 Nissan 370Z #1502377 in Chesapeake VA Norfolk, VA SOLD



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Civil War Occupation of Norfolk, VA 1862-1865



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What was life like in occupied Norfolk? How did the fledgling Confederacy contribute to the birth of the modern Steel Navy when they constructed the ironclad frigate, CSS Virginia, from the burned hull of the USS Merrimac. How did the Underground Railroad help the Union win the Civil War? Check out this edition of the Norfolk Historical Society.

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