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Eight small businesses to visit on Norfolk Day

Published: 23/07/2021

A move to Norfolk with Sowerbys is not just about finding your perfect home – it’s a chance to be a part of an incredible community.

With a variety of local, independent businesses across the county there’s always something exciting to discover.

This Norfolk Day we’re celebrating our favourite local brands:
 
 
Duration Beer, West Acre.

Duration Brewing can be found at Abbey Farm at the historic West Acre Priory in Norfolk.
 
With a focus on fresh beers and wild ales this team produce beer that belongs in the Norfolk countryside.
 

Gill Starkie Art, South Norfolk.
 
Creating beautiful works of art, Gill brings your memories to life with commissioned paintings mounted and framed.
 
 

These guys have been satisfying our sweet tooth for more than a decade with artisan hand crafted chocolate.
 
 
Star Plain Stores, Holt.


 The most idyllic store in the heart of Holt. Offering all the essentials from cheese to wine, coffee and provisions, natural, organic and local where possible.
 
 
The Book Hive, Norwich.


 Discover an alternative book browsing experience in the historic lanes area of Norwich. The Book Hive is well-known for foregoing traditional sections. Pop in for a hand-picked selection of the newest Fiction and Non-Fiction, plus Poetry, Small Press, Children’s, Cookery and Art titles.
 
 
What A Hoot, King’s Lynn.


Roam through the heart of historic King’s Lynn and discover this award-winning small batch distillery where every bottle is lovingly hand-distilled. Owned and run by husband and wife team Jason and Nicky Crown, WhataHoot offers a range of locally-inspired gins and vodkas.
 
 
Wittles Café, Castle Acre.

Carefully sourced, relaxed dining and packed with flavour. That’s what this quintessentially Norfolk café offers visitors. Found in Castle Acre, Wittles Café promises to be ideal before, after, or as a welcomed break during a walk, or cycle ride.


Abahana, Fakenham.

The award winning and world inspired bathing & home fragrance collection was born right here in Norfolk.
 
With our glorious countryside around them, it’s easy to understand why this team recently launched their Eco Refill Collection of diffusers.

Whatever your taste, wherever you are, support local and soak up the best our county has to offer this Norfolk Day.