A little selection of videos about Waveney River Centre and the Norfolk Broads. Sit back and enjoy. Don't forget your popcorn.
World-famous botanist David Bellamy returned to the scene of happy childhood holidays in Norfolk when he officially opened our newly restored Norfolk-Suffolk ferry link.
After declaring the Burgh St Peter to Carlton Marsh ferry open, he became the first official passenger to cross the River Waveney on board the Ternpike.
Declaring the ferry open, David Bellamy revealed his long associations with the region:
"I learned to sail on the Broads a long, long time ago, and I got to know the Burgh Staithe and the ferry reaches very well," he said.
"My first scientific paper was on the wetlands of Norfolk and the Suffolk borders - and since then, I have never looked back, messing about in wet places all over the world!
"This new ferry will be a fantastic boon the area, and not least to Carlton Marshes nature reserve and Waveney River Centre which is in itself a nature reserve in the making," he added.