Cley Calling - Autumn Colours festival to celebrate the beauty of north Norfolk’s coastal landscape
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North Norfolk's colourful coastal landscape will be celebrated at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust visitor centre at Cley, in a festival featuring creative art workshops, guided walks and health and wellbeing events.
The four-day event, which kicks off on October 5, was timed to coincide with the beginning of the Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival.
Highlights will include a demonstration by renowned street artist ATM, who will be creating a large-scale mural of an iconic Cley bird, a coastal stroll and supper with nature writer and coastal walker Dr Jules Pretty and a presentation by conservation expert Laurie Parma, who will be speaking about her research into the relationship between wellbeing and the environment.
The Cley Calling - Autumn Colours festival runs from October 5-8. For more information, or to book tickets, phone 01263 740008 or visit www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
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