It’s back - the region’s biggest green lifestyle event in north Norfolk

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC - Credit: Archant

The region's biggest green lifestyle event, organised by North Norfolk District Council, is back.

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC - Credit: Archant

Greenbuild will be held on the weekend of Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10.

Entry and parking are free to the event at Felbrigg Hall, with an option to buy three bags of compost for £3.

There will be exhibitors with expertise in renewable technology, green energy, environmentally-friendly crafts and other types of green activity.

There will also be catering, a farmers' and craft market, children's activities and experienced speakers.

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC

Greenbuild at Felbrigg Hall. Pictures: NNDC - Credit: Archant


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'Greenbuild – Celebrating Norfolk' is the council's free-to-enter annual celebration of all things sustainable and it is on its 13th outing. It is designed to show people how to lead a greener lifestyle in an affordable and practical way.

Tom FitzPatrick, Leader of North Norfolk District Council, said: 'This is a leading event of its type for the region and mixes entertainment for the family with crucial, accessible information about leading a greener lifestyle.

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'It's a fantastic event and a brilliant chance to find out more, whether you are exhibiting or wanting to find out more about leading a more eco-friendly lifestyle.'

There is always plenty of entertainment for the whole family, including talks and one-to-one advice from knowledgeable experts on topics ranging from retro-fitting to eco-friendly heating, food and drink stalls and children's activities.

Gates open at 10.30am each day and close at 4.30pm on Saturday and 4pm on Sunday.

For further information visit www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/greenbuild

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