East of England
Whether you live here or are just visiting, the East of England has plenty of places to explore, time and time again
We're already seeing signs that spring has arrived, as gardens re-awaken and wildlife emerges.
- We thought we'd share our top spots for daffodils in the East before they're gone for another year.
- Look no further for places to eggsplore with the family this Easter. Find your nearest Easter Egg Trail.
- Lambing time has begun, with thousands of new arrivals expected at our places this spring.
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Norfolk's popularity is well deserved. From the stunning Norfolk Coast to the chance to discover the stories and drama behind magnificent houses like Blickling, Felbrigg and Oxburgh Hall. Wander around their gardens as spring bulbs burst to life and listen out for the sounds of spring at places like Sheringham Park.
Not far from the centre of Cambridge, savour the heady scent of spring flowers carpeting the gardens at Anglesey Abbey or escape to Wicken Fen and listen out for the first signs of spring. From the grandeur of Wimpole Hall to life in a working mill at Houghton, what stories will you uncover?
The question about Suffolk, is where will you visit first? From a landscape made famous by John Constable to the royal burial ground at Sutton Hoo. Enjoy a walk along the iconic Suffolk coastline and around picturesque wool towns. And don't miss the chance to discover what life was like above and below stairs at Ickworth.
Over the border
In Hertfordshire you'll find Shaw's Corner, the home of playwright George Bernard Shaw; who 70 years ago was one of the most famous, most photographed and most quoted men in the world.
This month's 'photo of the month' goes to Kenny Gray, for his stunning photograph of spring arriving in the gardens at Blickling in Norfolk. Why not see what other visitors have snapped this month? We'd love to see your pics too.