• Strictly come boatin
  • Put your feet up at
  • Welcome to the Waven
  • A bird's eye view of
  • Lodges for sale at W
  • More Mark Ward!
  • Waveney River Centre
  • The Curious World of
  • Pod World!
  • Finishing hotel room
  • Burgh St Peter Churc
  • The Funn27
  • Green Traveller reco
  • Britain from above -
  • David Bellamy launch
  • Betsie Jane River To
  • Enjoy the Broads
  • Ferry Marina
  • Waterside Holidays
  • Boating holidays
  • Lodges for sale
  • A Fish Called Eddie
  • Waveney River Centre
  • Bug Inn
  • Barn Owl
  • Canoeing from WRC

A little selection of videos about Waveney River Centre and the Norfolk Broads. Sit back and enjoy. Don't forget your popcorn.

Recently unearthed cine film from the 1890s has revealed the amazing truth behind Burgh St Peter church tower. According to local historian and ecclesiastical architecture expert Professor Edward 'Pikey' Fish, the tower would have been wound up at the beginning of each sailing season and wound down again to mark the onset of winter. Throughout the 18th century the tower was moved by a team of young choirboys, before steam power relieved them of their onerous duty in about 1847. The mechanism was sadly removed and melted down for the war effort in 1914 and the tower was fused into the 'up' position.