Our Norfolk: appreciating our county during COVID-19
We feel very lucky to live and work in a place as unique as Norfolk. It is home to the infamous Norfolk Broads National Park, forests, country villages and 90 miles of stunning coastline. Working at a community trust means our staff get to see a lot of our beautiful county, and with COVID-19 restrictions limiting what we can do inside, we have been able to appreciate our local outdoors more than ever.
Our staff have been taking the time to enjoy our local community and have captured their favourite beauty spots in a collection of photos taken during the pandemic.
Read more below and visit Living and Working in Norfolk for more information about what it’s like to be part of the Norfolk community.
“I have an even stronger appreciation of how much coast we can enjoy so close to home – some locations are enjoyable every time you see them”
Terry, Head of Digital Services
Caroline, Community Triage Clinician
Norfolk Coast Path Happisburgh
“This photo was taken on a late afternoon walk along the coast path from Cart Gap to Happisburgh, during the November lockdown. Sea air helps my wife and I to relax.”
Luke, Project Manager
Ian, Head of Learning Disabilities
“A night I was watching Comet Neowise, speed away from Earth leaving nothing but a trail of ice.”
Estelle, Community Nurse
The Mystical Woods, Norwich
“UEA lake has been my go-to for a piece of calm in this lockdown. 2 swans on UEA lake, adhering to government guidelines of socially distancing. Separate but together.”
Hannah, Community Therapist