” Camping out under the Poringland Oaks “

Great account, thanks for the fodder :), see you both soon I hope, Emma x

The Naked Truth.........


So after a hectic couple of days getting things together, we set off on Thursday of last week, on our summer holiday of 2014.The weather was fine sunny and warm as we headed up through Essex towards Suffolk to our final destination of Broadlands Sun Association, which is situated between Stoke Holy Cross and Poringland near Norwich in Norfolk. We started off at around 8.45am going up the A12 passed Witham, Kelvedon and Colchester before stopping off at the service station near Ipswich for breakfast. After a full English, we continued along the A14,before coming off at Needham Market joining the A140 heading towards Diss. We then turned right off the A140 just past Newton Flotman and drove down the country lanes towards Stoke Holy Cross and Poringland.


Stoke Holy Cross is a small village 4 miles south of Norwich famous because Stoke Holy Cross mill was the location from which Colman’s produced their very first mustard…

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