Waveney Stardust will be at the 2018 Royal Norfolk Show on 27th – 28th June. Join us at Norfolk’s biggest event of the year.
This year’s themes are Field to Fork, Wellbeing and Our Coast. From the show’s website:
Field to Fork will bind together the agricultural content of the show, which this year includes the Dexter breed national cattle show and ambitions for a new commercial demonstration area for agricultural technologies.
Wellbeing will promote healthy lifestyles, not only through sport and fitness but showing that our mental health is just as important as our physical health. 2017 saw the UK make great strides in highlighting the importance of mental health. We want to continue this work into 2018 to spread public understanding about how to look after our mental health and to build community resilience.
Our Coast will bring a new dimension to the show by providing a platform for the fishing industry, a chance to discuss the impacts and benefits of renewable energy, and to promote the explosion in tourism along Norfolk’s 90 miles of coastline.Celebrate Norfolk’s heritage, learn more about food and farming with the Grow it, Cook it, Eat it activities. Enjoy the wide range of retail experiences. This year’s show promises to be action packed with something for everyone.
The ‘Wellbeing’ theme is particulary pertinent to Waveney Stardust. We exist to help those who cannot use standard cruises to access the wonderful waterways of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads and rivers. Come and meet some of our volunteers and catch up on our news. It would be great to see as many friends as possible to enjoy this excellent event.
Location: Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, Norwich, NR5 0TT
Waveney Stardust is a registered charity established to provide safe, subsidised river cruises for the disabled and/or elderly, including their family and friends; people who would not otherwise be able to access the pleasures of the Broadland Waterways.
Enjoy full and half day trips for up to twelve passengers on both the Northern and Southern rivers during the season.
Read what customers travelling on the Northern Broads think.
And customers on the Southern Broads.