Deepdale Podcast – Deep History Coast, Roarr! & Holkham – February 2024 🎧

Hello and welcome to the Deepdale Podcast. Jason Borthwick chats about interesting places to visit in North Norfolk. Dr David Waterhouse of the Scott Polar Research Institute tells us about the Deep History Coast. Ben and Adam from Roarr! tell us some of the history of their North Norfolk attraction. And Sophie from Holkham gives a glimpse of what’s coming up at the historic family estate.

Thanks for listening to the Deepdale Podcast, produced by the team at Deepdale Camping & Rooms, Deepdale Farm and Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.



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Deepdale News

A couple of bits of news. The event programme in Burnham Deepdale is really warming up in the next few weeks. The pop up shops at Dalegate Market begin in March, and the Deepdale Camping & Rooms crew hold their annual Deepdale Hygge festival the weekend before Easter. And the team have also just launched this year’s Deepdale Festival, which takes place on the last weekend of September. Amazing artists already announced.

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Deep History Coast

Jason chats with Dr David Waterhouse (of the Scott Polar Research Institute) about the deep history of the Norfolk Coast. Hear more about the Runton mammoth, Happisburgh handaxe, and Happisburgh footprints. As you stand on the beaches of North Norfolk, think about how you used to be able to walk to Japan. And did you know the Runton mammoth had a dodgy knee.

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Roarr!

Ben and Adam from Roarr! join Jason on the podcast to chat about what their park has to offer. They talk dinosaurs, events and their very scary Primeval. The park is great for families, lots of individual attractions within a large place to explore. And many of their events are great for adults, including their Christmas event and being scared witless by the halloween event.

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Holkham

Sophie from Holkham joins Jason on the podcast. She shows her passion for the estate where she works as part of the events team. They put on an amazing range of events across the park and hall, from mindfulness walks to tractor rides to open air theatre, and everything in between.

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Enjoy this month’s podcast and we look forward to you joining us next month. You can subscribe through most podcast directories & apps by searching Deepdale Podcast, through Castbox (our host), Apple Podcasts , or using the RSS feed

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We’d love your feedback, so please do email us your thoughts and suggestions to podcast@deepdalecamping.co.uk

We’ll be back in December with our annual selection of favourite albums. But in the meantime if you’d like to listen to previous episodes you can find them on your podcast provider or head to our websites deepdalecamping.co.uk or deepdalefarm.co.uk to see the whole back catalogue. We particularly recommend the December episodes, where Chris gives us his Top Albums of the Year recommendations.

Thanks again for listening, stay safe and well, and hope we’ll see you back at Deepdale in the not too distant future.


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