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Shop ‘til you Drop with Ghretta

Posted: May 25th 2021

by Ghretta Cooper

Meet Ghretta, a new and most welcome member of the Pinewoods Team. Ghretta will be supervising the shop and overseeing the many positive changes we are making. Find out more about the products we have switched to become more sustainable, both in terms of eco-friendly products and stocking the best local Norfolk suppliers.

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The Tide is High

Posted: May 25th 2021

by Marie Duncan

The tides at Wells-next-the-Sea can be extremely unpredictable, so it is always a good idea to check the tide times before visiting. Pinewoods team member and volunteer Wells Coastguard Search and Rescue Officer in Charge, Marie Duncan, tells us more.

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Your Home From Home

Posted: May 25th 2021

by Maggie Smith and Corinne Bishop

After a very quiet winter, confined to our homes, Maggie and Corinne are delighted to welcome you back to Pinewoods once more or help you find your ideal home from home in Wells-next-the-Sea.

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Feeling Peckish?

Posted: April 30th 2021

Summer at the seaside, ice cream in hand and fish and chips on the quay – it doesn’t get much better than that, or does it? This year we’ve arranged for some of Norfolk’s finest to join us throughout the summer right here at Pinewoods. Read on to find out who’ll be joining us.

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Introducing WONDER – Holkham’s Sustainability And Conservation Action Plan

Posted: April 10th 2021

Sustainability and a pioneering spirit sit at the centre of Holkham’s vision – a vision which has given way to the creation and launch of WONDER, the estate’s new sustainability and conservation action plan. As a core part of the estate, and as a business located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Pinewoods shares in the visions and ambitions outlined in WONDER.

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Winter 2020/21 Wildlife at Holkham

Posted: April 02nd 2021

by Andy Bloomfield, Senior Warden Holkham NNR

Following a very wet December, we were pleased to see our largest ever Lapwing wintering population (from a different place to our breeding birds, central Europe) – some 17,000 birds alongside 15,000 Wigeon (from northern Europe and Asia), 3,600 Teal and 29,000 Pink-footed Geese (from Iceland and Greenland). An impressive and truly cosmopolitan gathering of birds that really don’t mind getting wet feet in the winter weather we’ve been having lately!

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