Welcome to Norfolk Falconry all about East Anglia

East Anglia is found on the Eastern side of Great Britain. Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish whether it is on the southern or the eastern side of the country. Generally people have assumed that East Anglia is on the eastern side of England.

Famous Foods from Norfolk

Norfolk has a fine tradition of baking and cake makings, some of Britain’s oldest puddings hail from Norfolk such as Fair Buttons, or Norfolk Gingers. However, this area of eastern England has so much diversity that the local produce that can be found in Norfolk is diverse and highly interesting.[…]

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Places to Explore on the Norfolk Broads

When you mention the Norfolk Broads images of flatlands and canal boats come to mind. But there are many other aspects to this part of eastern England that you probably are not aware of. There are quaint market towns, stunning beaches and even forests.

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Boat rides in Norfolk – Part 1

The county of Norfolk, located in the east of England, has boundaries with the North Sea and is popular due to the huge number of tourist visitations. The county is full of lakes and rivers, and when deciding what to do there before you travel, put a boat ride on[…]

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The writers of East Anglia

There are many writers who have emerged from East Anglia. The physical nature of the county and also the remoteness of some of its areas have inspired the creative side of the writers’ thoughts, and this has produced a number of novelists who, in turn, created more than a few[…]

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The Cuisine of East Anglia

The region has always had a strong tradition in the food that is produced in the area. The reason for this high quality is due the region having some of the finest availability of local ingredients. Rich soils on flat land have made the area the largest arable producing region[…]

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The major tourist attractions of East Anglia

Tourism is a major contributor to the economic welfare of the region. In some cases it has replaced certain industries that have declined over the years. This is certainly the case with the resort towns that used to rely heavily on the fishing industry and it has been a relatively[…]

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Industry in East Anglia

It is commonly known that the region benefits economically from both agriculture and tourism. However, due to its geographical location it benefits form a variety of industries that are located within the larger settlements of the area. There is a good road and rail transport network that makes both the[…]

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Cambridge University

East Anglia has one of the best University’s in the world. Founded in 1209 Cambridge University is the second oldest university in the English speaking world and the fourth oldest that is found anywhere in the world. In 2017 it was rated as being the second best university in the[…]

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The football clubs of East Anglia

Currently there no local teams that play in the English Premier League. In the 2017/2018 season both Ipswich Town and Norwich City play in the Championship, Peterborough United play in division 1 and Cambridge United are in division 2. It is rare for the region not to provide a side[…]

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