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The Norfolk Tank Museum is an independent museum housing a collection of military vehicles, weapons and militaria including Deborah II, the replica Mk IV Tank as seen on Channel 4’s documentary ‘Guy Martin’s WWI Tank’.
We also have a unique collection of Centurion tanks:an AVRE;a Mk13 Gun Tank and an ARV, these are on static display most of the year, but can be seen in action along with other vehicles on our purpose-built course at Armourfest 11th &12th August 2018. Also on static display, with full public access, are a Chieftain Main Battle Tank and a Saladin Armoured Scout Car, you can climb inside and experience the confirmed space
Distinctive and without equal, Lotus stands alone as a brand dedicated to delivering a pure driving experience.
No other marque can claim a better track record when it comes to designing and manufacturing a thoroughbred sports car and, over the last seven decades, Lotus has remained true to the ethos of its founder Colin Chapman. Applying his approach to precision engineering and automotive innovation, but using the latest technologies and advanced materials, it ensures that every Lotus is strong yet light and simply amazing to drive.
Welcome to Norwich, the capital city of Norfolk and East Anglia, UK.
We would like to take you on a tour of Norwich, and give you a bit of its history. If you have already visited Norwich we hope it will be a nice reminder, and if you have never been to our fine old city, perhaps it will persuade you to come and visit....
The Plantation Garden is a Grade II English Heritage registered garden close to Norwich City centre, next to the Catholic Cathedral.
The Garden comprises nearly 3 acres and its features include a Gothic fountain, flower beds, lawns, an Italianate terrace, ‘Medieval’wall, summer-house, woodland walkways and a rustic bridge. It is an idiosyncratic garden, a haven of peace and tranquillity and a glimpse into a bygone age.
This wonderful unique restaurant in Norfolk is conveniently located at the historic and multi award winning Wymondham Railway Station, (Pronounced ‘Wind-ham’not ‘Why-mond-ham’!) which is situated on the main Norwich to Cambridge railway line –The former MP and now TV presenter, Michael Portillo visited Wymondham Railway Station in July 2010 when filming for the popular ‘Great British Railway Journeys’