Potters Friends Foundation donates £10,000 for new car to save lives
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Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), a charity providing expert medical help at life-threatening medical emergencies, has purchased a new car to continue its life-saving work in supporting the East of England Ambulance Service Trust, thanks to a £10,000 donation from Potters Friends Foundation…

Your guide to Kids’ Clubs

Did you know that family breaks at Potters come with a variety of kids' clubs with activities that cater from babies up to teenagers and, with #SummerOfFun now underway, here's your guide... The clubs provide the perfect opportunity for children to make friends and try something new, with tailored…

Going Green: Potters win TripAdvisor award
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Potters has become a TripAdvisor® GreenLeader, highlighting our green environment practices and sustainability. Launched last year, the GreenLeader programme from the world's largest travel site aims to give consumers around the world a simple way to make greener travel choices. To receive the…

Getting back to nature in Norfolk: Crabbing, seals and den building

Norfolk has 90 miles of coast, as well as stunning countryside, making it a great place for exploring and having fun with the family. And the best thing is that you don't have to spend money to have fun… Climb trees, hunt for wildlife, skim a stone, catch a crab, spot a windmill, play pooh sticks…

Five ways to convince your partner it’s time for a holiday

Are you and your partner on different wavelengths when it comes to a break away? If you’re desperate for a little change of scenery, fancy the chance to put your feet up for the weekend, or just have some fun, then a staycation might be a good way of tempting or convincing your partner it’s time…

Todd Miller from the Joe Loss Orchestra talks Royal weddings, the sounds of the 70’s and learning Uptown Funk

The Jow Loss Orchestra was one of the most successful acts of the Big Band era in the 1940s, with hits including In the Mood. They are Britain's longest running