Autumn - Spooky Fun and Cosy Evenings
Autumn is now here, I know it’s sad to see the end of summer but lets embrace the Autumn warm tones, fresh mornings and snuggling up with a hot chocolate or unwinding in the hot tub. Here are a few ideas of things to do when you visit us:
The Brick Kiln is a lovely country Norfolk Pub in Little Plumstead bringing warmth and great food. You will never leave this pub feeling hungry. Great menu choices whether you eat meat or are vegetarian/vegan. Three open fires provide a warm and cosy atmosphere. This pub is our personal favourite and you’ll find us there when we have a free lunch time.
The Fur & Feathers Pub is set in a chocolate box thatched cottage in Woodbastwick… lurking behind the pub is Woodfords Brewery (now that’s what you call local beer!) Tasty food and a cosy bar area to sit back, enjoy the beer and catch up with friends and family. A beer lovers heaven!
Fairhaven Halloween Spectacular
Fairhaven Gardens will be holding a Cirque de Bizarre Halloween Party on 31st October – you’ll find fire eaters, circus artists, storytellers, live music and a finale of fireworks all set in the beautiful woodlands bordering the Broads. A treat for both young and old.
Norwich Ghost Walks - It’s time to go and scare yourself silly! October is the perfect month to take yourself, your partner or even a small group of friends on a spooky ghost tour, filled with spooky tales and ghoulish fun. Weekly walks run from APRIL to 5 DECEMBER 2019 from the Adam & Eve pub.
If you really want to be scared, try the region’s biggest scare experience – PRIMEVAL. From 01-03 November prepare to be scared out of your skin... there are different experiences depending on your bravery! Beware of horrific nasty surprises…
Why not visit White House Farm at the bottom of our road and pick you own pumpkin to carve for Halloween. White House Farm also has a lovely café to warm up and sample lots of local produce.
We are lucky enough to have two great fire work displays locally;
Rackheath Fireworks Extravaganza is held on Friday 01 November, 6-9pm. A local community display, it certainly provides a delight for your eyes and is well worth a visit. Lots of vendors on site so you can warm yourself with a hot drink & food whilst you enjoy the display.
Norwich Big Bang is held on Friday 08 November from 7pm. A feast for your eyes with a magnificent display and illuminations on the castle. Norwich Market and many cafes stay open later so there is plenty of choice for food and drink – make a night of it.