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Child Friendly Places Around Norwich, Norfolk

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Big Families's Guide to Norwich, Norfolk
parent bloggers in Norwich, Norfolk
The city of Norwich proudly boasts the largest intact medieval street pattern in Europe. In medieval times Norwich was one of the greatest cities in England, and today, as East Anglia’s capital city, it still is – offering a rare blend of historic interest and modern sophistication. Norwich has a delightful

jumble of medieval streets, lanes and alleys lined with a superb collection of buildings, churches, shops and restaurants. The cobbled Elm Hill is where you will find attractive half–timbered Tudor houses, delightful antique shops and cosy coffee houses and tea rooms. Exploring Norwich is easy on foot due to the city’s compact scale.Norwich Market has been standing on the same site for over 900 years. It is the largest 6-day-a-week open air market in the country.

Big Families - our Norwich, Norfolk Blogger.
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Hi I’m Mandi. I am one half of Big family Little Adventures along with my husband Asa and our seven children Xene, Lochi, Neva, Kaide, Eowyn, Tyrus and Viggo. We live between The Norfolk Broads and The East Anglian Coast. A major part of our everyday life is Days Out and Holidays with the children, but as you can imagine, just getting seven children out of the house can be a challenge in its own right. The children are aged 8 months to 16 years so we try to find places to go that will accommodate everyone’s interests, we hope you find something that interests you.


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A review of Centerparcs Woburn - by Andy
A review of Centerparcs Woburn - by Andy - cpw.jpg
There's something that bothers me about paying a lot of money to have a holiday in the UK, but Centerparcs have perfected UK holidays for families with small children

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Your capital may be at risk but can investing in aircraft improve your finances? - by Andy
Your capital may be at risk but can investing in aircraft improve your finances? - by Andy - ATR TakeoffSmall.png
When I am not running childrenarewelcome I work for a Peer-to-Business lender which allows people like you and me to invest anything from £100 in aircraft and earn rates of 10% plus. Obviously this is not something for everyone and there are risks involved. You should never risk more than a sensible amount of your savings and most importantly you should make sure that you understand the risks on the different loans.

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Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy
Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy - ppp.jpg
No Shrove Tuesday would be complete without being able to make your kids face light up with one of these bad boys...

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A plea from a generation of small boys - DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY! - by Andy
In the name of all small boys DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY!! - by Andy - dippy.jpg
Statistically speaking around 50% of us were small boys once. Many of us still act like one. And you know what all small boys love? Dinosaurs dinosaurs dinosaurs....

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How to be the best dad ever - by Andy
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I doubt that many of us could beat this idea of how to keep the kids amused whilst the wife is at work....

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Our favourite animal rucksack for kids - by Andy
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I like Kickstarter as a concept. It's a great shop window for new businesses to showcase their ideas. Sometimes it is worth a browse just for some shopping ideas. We got asked to take a look at a new rucksack for kids...

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Win a personalised canvas print worth £85 for a friend or their child - by Andy
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Ever wondered where the name RedBlueYou comes from? Think of a rhyme with roses and violets and you'll get there pretty quickly... Here at RedBlueYou we love pretty things, be they roses, violets, pretty bespoke canvas art or anything else that is pleasing on the eye. W...

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Some child-friendly places to stay around Norwich, Norfolk

Travelodge - Great Yarmouth Acle (10.71 miles)
children and families at Travelodge - Great Yarmouth Acle
Located on the A47, the Great Yarmouth Acle Hotel is the perfect stay for anyone visiting the Norfolk area, with the coastal town of Great Yarmouth only 8 miles away.;...

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Breydon Water Holiday Park (15.54 miles)
children and families at Breydon Water Holiday Park
A fabulous two Parks for the price of one! Breydon Water has two great Holiday Park sites just a short ten-minute stroll apart, situated on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, and a short drive from the b...

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Premier Inn - Norwich Nelson City Centre (0.37 miles)
children and families at Premier Inn - Norwich Nelson City Centre
An ideal location situated in the heart of historic Norwich, alongside the River Wensum. Conveniently positioned opposite Norwich train station; this Premier Inn is well located for all major attracti...

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Some child-friendly days out around Norwich, Norfolk

Cow Tower, Norwich (0.54 miles)
children and families at Cow Tower, Norwich
One of the earliest purpose-built artillery blockhouses in England, this brick tower was built in about 1398-9 to command a strategic point in Norwich's city defence....

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Horsey Windpump (16.24 miles)
children and families at Horsey Windpump
Imposing five-storey drainage windpump...

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Caister Roman Fort (17.92 miles)
children and families at Caister Roman Fort
The partially excavated remains of a Roman 'Saxon Shore' fort, including wall and ditch sections and building foundations. Built around AD 200 for a unit of the Roman army and navy and occupied until ...

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