Getting to Cley
There are 5 venues for Cley 17
St Margaret's Church is the main venue with xx exhibitors showing there. In addition there is work in the Cley Windmill Shop, Crabpot Bookshop, at the beach and marshes and in the Norfolk Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre
St Margaret's Church, Cley is off the A149 coast road in Cley village (behind The Three Swallows).The Norfolk Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre and land straddles the A149. Walking distance between the church and the NWT centre is about a mile.
The Coasthopper bus goes through Cley every half hour. Its route is from Cromer to Kings Lynn and it links with trains from Norwich at Sheringham. It travels less frequently between Holt and Cley. For details see www.coasthopper.co.uk
Once in Cley, turn onto Holt Road at Picnic Fayre towards Newgate Green, a large triangle of grass opposite the Three Swallows pub where you will find St Margaret's Church.
Parking is possible on or next to the green, or on the triangle of grass opposite the church gate but please try and park away from the pub, and please avoid parking on the side of the road opposite the green as tractors may well demolish your vehicle!
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
We are delighted to be collaborating once again with Norfolk Wildlife Trust to exhibit in the Visitor Centre overlooking the marshes. You might spot installations on Cley shingle beach.
As well as accommodating Cley 16 artists, the cafe and shop provide an informative rest point offering spectacular views, daily reports on birdlife/wildlife and use of binoculars to spot them.
Open daily 10am-5pm www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
Further out of Cley along the Coast Road there is a left turn towards the beach where there is a Pay & Display car park.
Cley Windmill: In its marsh-side setting has become a regular venue. There is parking at Cley Windmill.
Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR25 7RP
01263 740209 www.cleywindmill.co.uk