Top Ten Reasons to Visit the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival
Our Top 10 Reasons for visiting the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival 2013
1. FREE Entry and lots of free activities
2. Guided bird watching with Steve Rooke
3. Climbing wall and bungee trampolines
4. Guided walks, bike rides and orienteering
5. Archery taster sessions on Saturday
6. Dog agility and dog show on Sunday
7. Meet the birds, reptiles and animals of the Seal & Bird Rescue Trust
8. Chainsaw carving, bushcraft skills and woodland art
9. Tours of Deepdale’s tipis, yurts, shepherds huts, campsite and hostels
10. A fabulous reason to visit the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, the beaches, countryside and our great pubs and cafés!
Can we cheat and add a number 11?
11. Of course there are the wonderful shops and café of Dalegate Market to visit too – All the wildlife watching equipment you need from One Stop Nature, clothing from Fat Face, accessories and jewellery from Relish, souvenirs from Gone Crabbing, art and pottery from The Hare & The Hen, everyday supplies from Keshco's, holiday house rentals from Norfolk Hideaways, not forgetting breakfast lunch and afternoon tea from Deepdale Café.
The Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival is open from 10am to 4pm on both Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April.
There will be over 30 stands and a full weekend of activities with someone for everyone that has the slightest interest in the great outdoors or our amazing wildlife.
The complete programme of activities, entertainment and stands can be found online at www.deepdaleoutdoorfestival.co.uk
Easy to Find
It’s easy to find the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival, which is being held at Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. The site is on the main A149 coast road, approximately half way between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea, just over the hill from Burnham Market.
The Coasthopper bus service (run by Norfolk Green) stops right outside Dalegate Market and is an excellent way to reach the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival. The bus service runs throughout the weekend and connects with other bus and rail services at Kings Lynn, Hunstanton, Sheringham and Cromer. For timetables and other information please visit - www.coasthopper.co.uk