Thank you to our sponsors and supporters for our Pop-Up exhibition at Creake Abbey
We are grateful to Eric Snaith and his team at Titchwell Manor for their generous sponsorship of our exhibition at Creake Abbey this year.
Titchwell Manor is a beautiful, boutique 26-bedroom country retreat, in one of North Norfolk’s most stunning locations, offering destination fine dining.
Owned by the Snaith family since 1988, the elegant former Victorian farmhouse combines traditional values with chic contemporary accommodation and spectacular, uninterrupted views across open marshes to the North Sea.
Guests can enjoy celebrated gastronomy courtesy of local culinary star Eric Snaith & his Head Chef Chris Mann. Eric’s flair and flavours have earned him a reputation for exquisitely presented, innovative, modern European food. The finest local ingredients and cutting edge-techniques have won the hotel three AA Rosettes and Eric himself the title of Eastern Daily Press Norfolk Food and Drink Chef of the Year 2012.
We are grateful to Lucy Downing and her team at SALT for their generous support of our exhibition at Creake Abbey this year.
Born from a deep-rooted love of the Norfolk coast and a desire to share its wildness and beauty with others, SALT is a holiday company like no other.
Based in a converted barn on the Estate in beautiful Holkham, and stemming from 25 years’ experience, we at SALT offer visitors the opportunity to stay in exceptional retreats and immerse themselves in a truly sensory holiday. It’s all about the taste of the wind, the sound of the waves, big skies and open spaces, the rhythm of the seasons and the ebb and flow of the tides.
Our growing team is comprised of passionate people who care about Norfolk’s coastline, immerse themselves in all things Norfolk and have a deep sense of belonging. Here’s a little about us…
We are grateful to Andrew Jamieson and his team at Drove Orchards for their generous support of our exhibition at Creake Abbey this year.
Drove Orchards is part of a family business that has been in operation for over a century. Major David Jamieson first planted the orchards that exist today in the 1950s when, having won the Victoria Cross for his part in the Normandy Landings, he decided to return to his family home. David’s son Andrew, remembers his fathers boundless enthusiasm for the natural world:
“When asked what he was going to do after the war my father replied ‘I am going to go back to Norfolk and work with local wildlife’. He had a huge love of this coastline and when he returned, he felt he wanted something here he could build up and create and apples were what he started to do.”
We are looking for sponsors to develop future projects across Norfolk, Suffolk and the Eastern Region. Please contact us if you would like to sponsor us in the future and we can send you information about future plans.
The support of our sponsors has been key to the success of our work since we began in 2015. We’d like to say a sincere thank you to all of our sponsors for their commitment, generous financial backing and unwavering belief in our events.