Norfolk Heritage Park has been nominated for Fields in Trust UK’s Best Park 2019! You can show your support by voting online before Monday 19 August: www.fieldsintrust.org/best-park
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The schedule for this year’s Horticultural Show at #SheffieldFayre2019 is now available to download.
If you have a bonsai tree, Lego model, or longest runner bean, there’s a category for you!
Check out the schedule here
Photographed in May 2019. Those ramsons are a great food source for many species.
Timings have been announced for the flypast on Saturday 15 June to mark 75 years since D Day. A Lancaster bomber is expected to fly over at around 1.30pm, as part of a memorial service starting around 12.40pm.
A crowd of over 3,000 is anticipated, plus D Day veterans, the Lord Lieutenant of South Yorkshire, the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, and other dignitaries. Veterans will be arriving from 11.15am. The event will take place at the top end of the park.
If you plan to attend, please travel by public transport – parking will be extremely difficult due to the large numbers expected and restrictions on the day.
Poet and author Helen Mort talked about her work on BBC Woman’s Hour today, including reading her poem Norfolk Park. The show is available on BBC Sounds – Helen’s segment starts around 35 minutes in.
Daffodils are venturing above ground in Norfolk Heritage Park – seems a touch early. Let’s hope they survive the colder weather that’s forecast for later on this month.