How Hill Events November 2014


How Hill Events


Saturday 1st November

6.30pm for 7.00pm start

£15.00 per person

Join us at How Hill for our Autumn Pudding Night designed for those with a sweet tooth.

The evening begins with a soup course followed by four homemade puddings with lashings of custard !

Autumn vegetable soup

Old English Apple Hat

Double Chocolate Profiteroles

Blackberry Bakewell Tart

Sticky Clementine & Ginger Pudding

Recipes will be available to take home

For tickets and more information

please call Sharon 01692 678555 or email [email protected]

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How Hill Nature Tots

Outdoor fun with your little ones!

Sticks, stories, mud, potions, minibeasts, dens, collecting, listening, smelling, touching, exploring, playing, pots, pine cones, imagining, treasure hunts, crafts and more…

How Hill Events

Come and get some ideas for enjoying nature with young children

Based at the beautiful How Hill House, gardens and woods in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.

Join us for a morning or afternoon session of guided activities suitable for 2-4 year olds.

Car parking and toilets always close by.

Reasonably priced homemade cakes, tea and coffee available.

The River Ant (lots of boats and birds) and the Broads Authority’s Toad Hole Cottage Museum are only a two minute walk away


Tuesday November 18th

Morning session: 9.45
Arrive, gather together in the house, snack, toilet etc.

Activities in the woods and gardens

Picnic lunch in the gardens. Plenty of indoor seating for wet weather.

Afternoon session: 12.30
Arrive, Picnic lunch in the gardens. Plenty of indoor seating if needed

Gather in the house

Activities in the woods and gardens

For 2-4 year olds and their grown up.

£3 per adult, £3 per child. Under 2’s free.

Booking essential!

Please bring a picnic

To book call 01692 678 555

Tea or coffee with mince pie


Booking essential, please call us to reserve your table 01692 678555

All proceeds benefit How Hill Trust, constantly fundraising to keep this beautiful house and the work of the Trust alive for future generations.

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