“Best of Norfolk” showcased at Wolterton Hall summer fair
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Some of Norfolk's most popular artisan food and drink was showcased at a summer fair held by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) at north Norfolk stately home Wolterton Hall on Sunday.
The event, which was opened by Tom Blofeld of Norfolk Broads adventure park Bewilderwood, included stalls run by local producers, artists and craftspeople, as well as a classic car show, a dog show, countryside and wildlife charity stalls and a mini-beast stand with centipedes, reptiles, spiders and giant African land snails.
Thanking Mr Blofeld and Wolterton Hall owners Peter Sheppard and Keith Day for their support, fair organiser Helen Leith, who is CPRE Norfolk branch director, said the event aimed to raise the profile of the charity, as well as raising funds.
'It's a way of letting people know who we are in a fabulous setting,' she added. 'And it is also a great opportunity to show off the best of Norfolk.'
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