Windpump at sunrise on The Broads National Park

February Events in East Anglia

Discover RSPB Titchwell Marsh, Norfolk - till 26th March

RSPB Titchwell

Join the knowledgeable RSPB guides and discover seasonal wildlife, including key bird species, in a diversity of habitats across the reserve. You'll take in the sights and sounds of one of Norfolk's premier nature reserves including an insight into the historical and cultural heritage. From familiar song birds on our feeders to dazzling harriers soaring over wild landscapes there is something for nature lovers throughout the year. During early spring you'll be on the lookout for the mating calls and behaviours of some of our iconic species or the glimpse of a shy water vole or otter amongst the reedbeds.

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Thomas Wolsey: Ipswich's Greatest Son Exhibition at Christchurch Mansion, till 11 March 2018

Thomas Wolsey

Thomas Wolsey was born into humble beginnings in Ipswich in the 1470s. Using his prodigious intellect, he excelled at university and rose to become Henry VIII’s chief advisor and one of the most influential men in Europe.

Discover the man behind the story through the angels that he designed for his tomb, the Charter that founded his school in Ipswich and his portrait. Explore some of the Ipswich Museums’ rarely displayed Tudor objects and delve deeper into Tudor Ipswich.

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Great British Winter Beer Festival 20th till 24th February

St Andrew's The Halls, Norwich

The medieval City of Norwich hosts the Great British Beer Festival Winter 2018. From popular light ales to ruby and dark ales, foreign beers and ciders, all served in magnificent medieval friary halls in the heart of Norwich, where pubs also host The Fringe, with special events 1st-24th February. Enjoy the music nights and sample winners of the winter ales competition!

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Spring Awakening at Kentwell - throughout February

Kentwell Hall & Gardens

Visit Kentwell Hall & Gardens beautiful spring bulbs! Explore the spring at Kentwell with lovely walks through the massed spring bulbs in the gardens and woodland.

In 2017 the snowdrops lasted well into March and weather-depending, the daffodil displays usually last throughout March into April and some even into May. After the daffodils, primroses, cowslips, oxslips, bugle, violets and forget-me-nots provide colourful displays, and finally in May, bluebells line our woodland walks. With the fruit blossom in the Walled Garden and the Herb Garden and Potager coming to their peak, the spring is a beautiful time to explore the Kentwell grounds.

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