Emily is the ‘Marketing Twiggle’ for BeWILDerwood, a curious treehouse adventure park located in Norfolk near Wroxham. Her role is to make sure everybody knows about the wonderful events and goings on in the woods! The park is based on imaginative characters from the BeWILDerwood books. When you visit BeWILDerwood, you’re not only getting the beauty of the Norfolk Broads, but you get to see the home of fun characters Swampy and Mildred! In her spare time she loves to get her hands messy on her potter’s wheel and spend a day playing with clay!
Lynda has worked in the travel and tourism industry for 20 years, including running a call centre, heading up a marketing team, and visiting lots of amazing countries. Her favourite role is her current post as regional manager for cottages.com. She loves her job, which takes her across the many wonderful areas of Norfolk, with each day offering something different. She particularly enjoys seeing fantastic holiday properties and meeting lovely people. In fact, most days it hardly seems like work at all!
As a champion for tourism at NorfolkBroads.com, Adam helps to promote a wide range of activities for young and old. He simply loves the Broads and what Norfolk itself has to offer - there are parts which look like they haven’t been touched in years and it could be hours before you see another person in these beautiful and very magical surroundings. He recommends making time to see the breath-taking sunsets, countryside and waterside views on a visit to the region. Adam considers it a privilege to work, fish and play in this amazing county.
Jeff first joined CAMRA in 1975 and has been an active member ever since. He moved to West Norfolk in 1980 and has never looked back. Now retired, he uses some of his spare time to write a weekly column about pubs and beer which appears every Friday in his local paper, the Lynn News. He also contributes to CAMRA’s local magazine, Norfolk Nips, which is free and widely available around the area and which contains lots of up to date news and good ideas about where to visit.
James was born in Norwich and after a career in advertising and marketing including ten years in London and spells in Holland and Germany, the lure of Norfolk brought him back home to work. He joined Norfolk Wildlife Trust in 2015 and is now enjoying encouraging new members to join the 35,000 who already support the vital work of the oldest Wildlife Trust.
Chris is a Norfolk landscape photographer, who lives in the Norfolk Broads area with his partner Sam and their daughter Sophia. The areas he most enjoys photographing are the Broads and Norfolk coastline, as there are so many wonderful opportunities and locations often ignored by other landscape photographers. The Norfolk Broads and the salt marshes of the North Norfolk Coast are also a haven for wildlife, which means whether he is photographing landscape or wildlife images he is never short of subjects or locations to photograph.