UPDATE:The Gorilla is now completed! He has been named Amazin’ Grace and his body features various games which you can complete on his body, including several mazes and a Spot and Count game.
Amazin’ Grace will be on display in Jarrold at the end of June. To find out more about the Go Go Gorillas project, visit their website:ww.gogogorillas.co.uk
Since 1921 Duofold has been iconic of the stunning craftsmanship and heritage of Parker.
Finished in precious metals, Duofold offers an exceptionally comfortable and luxurious writing experience thanks to its durable solid gold nib.
Queen of Prints Orla Kiely is an Irish fashion designer renowned for her bright, colourful handbags, tote bags, laptop bags and purses.
Taking her inspiration from the 1960s and 70s, she has produced a range of vibrant designs that are sure to become style classics of the future.
Having been named “Toy of the Century” twice, the traditional LEGO brick is Lego’s most iconic product.
The brick in its present form was launched in 1958. The interlocking principle with its tubes makes
it unique, and offers unlimited building possibilities. It’s just a matter of getting the imagination going – and letting a wealth of creative ideas emerge through play.
UPDATE:The Gorilla is now completed! The Gorilla features various games which you can complete on his body, including several mazes and a Spot and Count game.
The Gorilla will be on display in Jarrold at the end of June. To find out more about the Go Go Gorillas project, visit their website: ww.gogogorillas.co.uk
Le Creuset began producing its first porcelain enamelled cast iron pots in 1925 from its foundry in Fresnoy le Grand, France.
The Cocotte, or French Oven, was one of the first cast iron items produced by Le Creuset and is still the most popular item sold in a range of bright retro colours, with Volcanic orange the company’s trademark.
World famous designer, Egmont Arens, designed three of the most elegant KitchenAid models, among which the famous model K, a cult nowadays. His exceptional creations have won several design awards and are exhibited in many museums.
More than 60 years later, the KitchenAid mixers still resemble those designed by Arens, proof of his remarkable visionary talent.
The most popular item from our restaurant menus, the legendary Jarrold scone has a devoted following with over 210,000 enjoyed each year.
On the menu since 1923, flour equivalent to the weight of 312 average men goes into creating this favourite treat each year. Fruit or cheese, the basis of the recipe is the same and remains a closely guarded secret!
Designed to be outstanding in any field, from city streets to music festivals and rugged countryside, Hunter footwear is recognised for its performance, durability and comfort – achieved through a fusion of tradition and technology.
Worn by fashion-savvy men and women worldwide, the Hunter Original boot is firmly established as a style classic.
From Pot To Plate: The Norfolk Crab And Lobster Cookbook - Elliott Bloomfield and John Lee
John Lee is a seventh generation crab and lobster fisherman, whilst Elliott Bloomfield is chef at Cromer’s popular Rocket House Cafe (having cut his culinary teeth at California’s renowned Chez Panisse restaurant). This eye-catchingly illustrated and well set-out book shows the reader how to dress crab and lobster, before providing dozens of delicious-sounding recipes for preparing both. What better accompaniment to the annual Crab & Lobster Festival could you wish for?
This book and a large selection of titles can be found in our book department on the lower ground floor.