Seahenge Holme Ii
- In praise of the Norfolk coast: big skies, sandy beaches and subtle beauty
- The north Norfolk coast is feted for its big skies and generous sandy beaches but this young coastline – still coming to terms with the last ice age – is also home to the most ancient of human traces.
- Bronze Age homes unearthed in East Anglian Fens
- In 1998 the Sea Henge site was uncovered in Holme next the Sea in North Norfolk, it was an important ceremonial site during the bronze age. In 2014 fossilised footprints were found on the Norfolk coast.
- Museums launch consultation into possible job losses
- The Seahenge central stump has now been installed at Lynn Museum. Pictured: looking at the Seahenge central stump in Lynn Museum is .... Care Home Manager.
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