Snetterton Race Circuit
Snetterton Circuit is just across the A11 from the Tool Shed, offering Race Days, Testing and Track Days for cars, bikes and now trucks! Whether you be participating or spectating a great day out on your door step
Thetford Forest is a patchwork of pines, heathland and broadleaves providing the ideal setting for a great day out, and a welcome refuge for a rich variety of animal and plant life and not forgetting the headlining concerts in the summer months.10 mins from The Tool Shed
Norwich, The Broads and Coast
The Broads are a unique environment of 43 inland lakes and 6 rivers, Its beautiful wild expanse of shallow lakes, woodland, fens and grazing marshes, is home to some of the rarest plants and wildlife in the UK. The Norfolk Coast is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
St Georges Distillery
St George’s is the home to The English Whisky Co. Opened in 2007 it was the first English Whisky Distillery for over 100 year and it is just over 2 miles from the Tool Shed
Peddars Way starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath Country Park (approx 4 miles from the Tool Shed) follows the route of a Roman road through the Brecks, a unique area of forest, heath and low river valleys to Holme-next-the-Sea on the north Norfolk coast. The Peddars Way meets the Norfolk Coast Path at Holme-next-the-Sea as it runs from Hunstanton to Cromer.
The Angel Inn, Larling
The Angel inn is about 1 mile from the Tool Shed, It has been run by the Stammers family for over 30 years and offers a wide selection of traditional home cooked food
Banham Zoo is the ultimate fun-filled day out at one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country. Discover almost 2,000 animals from around the world. Just 8 miles down the road.
National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket, Great Yarmouth & Fakenham
For the Horse lover Newmarket, the home of British horseracing only 30 mins away for racing or the National horseracing museum , or travel in the other direction to Fakenenham or Great Yarmouth for a day at the races
Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grime’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons. It was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago this English Heritage site is approx a 20 min drive from The Tool Shed
The market towns of Diss or Bury St Edmunds are just a short drive
Enjoy the joys of the individual shops and the history the area has to offer in Diss & Bury St Edmunds