Posted: July 08th 2020
by Andy Bloomfield, NNR Warden
Holkham National Nature Reserve has had another new species added to its growing list of breeding birds, the Cattle Egret, a small, colourful member of the heron family.
Posted: June 30th 2020
by Lucy Downing, Marketing
Since the beginning of April, we have been bringing Holkham to you virtually at home via HOLKHOME. As we continue with our careful, gradual and phased reopening of Holkham and everything it offers, and with today being the last day of June, we felt the timing was right to bid a fond farewell to HOLKHOME. Here, we take the opportunity to look back over the best bits - and my goodness, there were many…
Posted: June 29th 2020
by Scott Dougal
Scot Dougal, Chef Patron at Wells Crab House, shares his delicious recipe from the Norfolk Virtual Food Festival: Rhubarb Stuffed Mackerel with Garlic Hassleback Potatoes and charred Asparagus.
Posted: June 26th 2020
by Andy Bloomfield, Senior Warden
Discover more about Little Terns, the UK’s second rarest seabird, and what we, and you, can do to help protect them.
Posted: June 25th 2020
by Mac Graham
Mac Graham, one of our multi-talented members of the team, celebrates ten years working at Holkham and reminisces about his Holkham journey.
Posted: June 24th 2020
by Donarita Priddle Vocca
The next of our shortlisted entries from the Holkham Stories competition, where writers were encouraged to share their stories of Holkham - real or fictional; hilarious, halcyon or even horrendous, all genres were welcome! The judges were Lady Leicester and Lady Glenconner, and this is one of the shortlisted entries: Donarita Priddle Vocca’s ‘Getting to know Aunt Zinnia’.
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