East of England
Whether you live here or are just visiting, enjoy East Anglia with its beautiful coastline, countryside and rich heritage - all perfect for a great day out.
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Otter sightings are on the rise in the River Gadder at Oxburgh Hall and there's more good news, as we embark on an even bigger restoration project for the River Bure.
The rarely seen Purple Emperor butterfly has been spotted at Sheringham Park for a third year, suggesting Norfolk now has its first breeding colony.
While the hot weather is putting strain on many traditional garden plants, the unusual and exotic planting at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk is thriving.
The first archaeological dig in 30 years has taken place at Sutton Hoo's Scheduled Monument, as we take the first steps towards transforming your experience of Sutton Hoo's story.
In a project lasting more than ten years, two state beds, including one commissioned for King James II, have been conserved in the National Trust’s Textile Conservation Studio in Norfolk.
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