Beware all who enter the Broads National Park – here be dragons, imps, hideous hounds, Woodwoses, will-o’-the-wisps and a mighty assortment of ghosts all intent on scaring us witless. Enter if you dare!
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Peat is not only an amazing type of soil but also a huge carbon store and the reason the Broads National Park even exists!
The story of the Marshmen spans nearly three hundred years from the point when the first mills began to be built in the Broads.
Explore the world of the Broads’ trading wherries and the men and women who lived and worked on them.