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Norfolk information - Here's a taste of what you could be doing on your day out at Snettisham Park: -- farm activities We are a real working farm! Visitors can feed an orphan lamb, collect fresh eggs, meet a host of friendly farm animals and much, much more. We have a wide variety of animals for you to see and touch on the farm including sheep, deer, goats, pigs, cows, llamas, chickens plus a few surprises!

Deer Safari A unique and fascinating 45 minute commentated tractor & trailer ride through our deer park. {more info} Trail Walks Learn all about our rich past, wildlife and farming life. For keen distance walkers we have the discovery trail which takes you on a signposted journey through our 320 acres of beautiful Norfolk countryside. Meanwhile, on the archaeological trail you will find out about our surprisingly important heritage (this one is great for adults and children alike). New for 2009, the farming trail is a shorter more accessible trail which takes you on a tour of our farmland. Sign boards explain everything we do on the farm. {more info} adventure playground

Our substantial adventure playground provides a safe yet exciting place for children aged 7-14 to release their energy. For younger visitors we have a small playground and a fleet of very popular ride-on farm tractors. Standing in the heart of Norfolk's undulating fields, Bircham Windmill -- now looks as it did over 100 years ago. At that time over 300 mills ground corn for horse and cattle feed and bread-making in Norfolk. Today, very few windmills are left, and Bircham Mill is considered one of the best still remaining: it is the only windmill in working order in the area open to the public. Visitors can climb the five floors up to the fan stage and, when possible, on windy days, visitors can also see the sails and the milling machinery turning. There are also many items of interest to see in the tearooms, bakery and grounds

The windmill was built in 1846 and worked until the 1920s when the sails were removed and the tower abandoned. It was bought by the current owner in a very dilapidated state.Initially the two adjoining cottages were renovated. Then, because the mill was dangerous, with timber falling from the top, it was decided to put a new cap on and restoration began. The cap went up in 1979, followed by the sails in 1981. The interior of the mill was also restored, with three floors being completely replaced and all the machinery and stones gathered from farm sales and other derelict mills.The mill is now fully restored and in working order. Visitors can climb to the very top and go out on the fan deck. Denver mill -- Set in the heart of the West Norfolk countryside Denver Mill is a unique example of how the traditional country way of life can still operate in the modern world. The Windmill was built in 1835 and an additional Steam-powered Mill was added within the following 25 years. During the 1930s the steam engine was replaced by a Blackstone 35hp oil engine and the Steam Mill refitted as an animal feed Mill.

The Windmill stopped production after being struck by lightening in 1941. The Mills' workshops developed into a separate Engineering Works which carried out work ranging from Church Organ repairs through Agricultural engineering to secret Government work during World War II. Gifted to the people of Norfolk in 1971, the Mill site was re-opened by the Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust in 2000 with funding from a number of sources. In 2008 the Abel family took over the operation to develop an educational, training, leisure and above all working heritage site.

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