Norfolk Wherry Trust Open days to see the Albion
The Albion, a Norfolk wherry, now 116 years old was built as a cargo carrying sailing barge and rescued by Norfolk Wherry Trust in 1949, and maintained in sailing condition by volunteers ever since. She has a vast black sail and her hull measures some 60' long by 15' wide. Voted 'runner up' Flagship of the Year by National Historic Ships in 2010, she recently featured in TV programmes hosted by Matt Baker and Giles Coren. Come and see the Broads icon that enchanted them.
Albion Open Days 2014
Open days from 10am til 4pm. Free entry with car parks, pubs and cafes nearby. For further details ring 07906 701891 or email email@example.com
Tue 29th Jul - Horning by The Swan
Wed 30th Jul - Ranworth by The Maltsters Pub
Sat 9th Aug - Oulton Broad by the Harbour Masters Office
Wed 13th Aug - Norwich Riverside (Opposite Reads Mill) in company with Thames Barge "Cambria".
Sun 17th Aug - Beccles Carnival Day - The Quay off Fen Lane
Thu 4th Sep - Cantley by the Reedcutter (In association with Humber Keel "Daybreak" see below for further info).
Thu 11th Sep - Heritage Open Day - Part of the Norwich HEART programme at our Ludham Base
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