Broadlands Heritage Run, North Norfolk, 5th May 2008

Some of the residents of Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre. (more pictures)

Wandering around the village of Marsham on Sunday afternoon we were surprised to find some Black Tulips in a garden (Bee is Black Tulip). I've heard of them, but never seen them 'in the wild' before. Even more surprised to find several other gardens with them also in full flower.

Bee at the start ...

... and some of the 200 or so cars on the run of all types.

Blickling Hall near Aylsham

Great Massingham, rightly described as one of the prettiest villages in Norfolk.

The finish at Sandringham

Sandringham House

Prince Charles's MGC, looking in fine fettle having been restored by students at Manchester a while ago. Showing a current tax disc, it is reputedly used by Prince William when at Sandringham.

A very famous car - the Rolls-Royce used by the Queen and Prince Phillip for public events until 2002.

Austin J40 pedal car.

A 2-stroke powered car used by Prince Charles as a child, ungoverned, and said to be capable of 40mph! Even more amazing is that it only has an accelerator pedal, and no other apparent means of slowing down!!

Two of the 'woodies' used by the Royal family over the years, some of which were in use for hunting parties until quite recently going by the tax discs.

One of many fine views of the ornamental lakes by the house.

'Her Majesty' descending the steps at Balmoral Church.

One of the many superb beaches along the north Norfolk coast, this at Brancaster.