Norfolk Coast Guardian
2020 Norfolk Coast Guardian
Here's the electronic page-turning version of our free annual newspaper, the Norfolk Coast Guardian 2020.
As a planet we face an enormous challenge. This edition of the Norfolk Coast Guardian focusses on the changes we need to make to rise to it, and combat global climate chaos. As the response to the Coronavirus pandemic shows, working together we can achieve much. Throughout this issue you'll read positive stories of changes happening. We hope they inspire.
Where to pick up your paper copy
Paper copies are now available throughout the Norfolk Coast AONB from King's Lynn to Winterton at a wide range of businesses, attractions and information points.
If you would like to know where your nearest stockist is, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Guardians are stocked by many businesses along the cost so do look out for them when you are out and about. There are also dedicated wire baskets at these locations where you are likely to find your free copy to take away:
Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre, The Coal Shed Gallery
Deepdale Visitor Information Centre
Wells Maltings Tourist information Centre
NWT Cley Marshes Visitor Centre
West Runton, Seaview Café, Beach Road
Cromer Tourist information Centre
National Trust Felbrigg Hall
National Trust Sheringham Park
If you would like to register to become a stockist or are an exisiting stockist and need to let us know you require more copies, please email us at email@example.com with your contact details and we will be in touch to arrange.
Firstly, a very big thank you to all those business who advertise in the Norfolk Coast Guardian and support the Norfolk Coast AONB.
The Norfolk Coast Guardian is published by Countrywide Publications on our behalf and they also manage all advertising. If you would like to know more about advertising costs or are interested in advertising in the next edition, please contact Countrywide Publications on 01502 725870.
For any other enquiries please contact the editor, Lucy Galvin, at the Norfolk Coast Partnership.