- Sage Green (80) by Little Greene
- Treron (292) by Farrow and Ball
- Lichen (19) by Farrow and Ball
- Normandy Grey (79) by Little Greene
- The background is London Stone (6) by F&B.
- The door is lovingly aged by Boswell Demolition. .
Treron is a genus of bird in the pigeon family Columbidae. Its members are commonly called green pigeons. The genus is distributed across Asia and Africa. This genus contains 29 species, remarkable for their green coloration, hence the common name, which comes from a carotenoid pigment in their diet.
Green pigeons have diets of various fruit, nuts, and/or seeds. They dwell in trees and occupy a variety of wooded habitats. Members of this genus can be further grouped into species with long tails, medium-length tails, and wedge-shaped tails.
Most species of green pigeon display sexual dimorphism, where males and females can be readily distinguished by different colored plumage.
Burnham Market, Norfolk
The Hoste Arms Open fire in the bar, beer and sleep.
North Street Bistro Winter table with the locals, Dan and Holly were great, and so was the mushroom soup. Baked fillet of lemon sole, King’s Lynn brown shrimp, beurre noisette, capers & preserved lemon.
New to us: Monks Beard
Socius Super friendly end to the evening, Espresso Martini and Binham Blue with walnuts and caramelised figs.
Gurneys Fish Cakes
Gurneys was set up by Mike Gurney around forty years ago when he learnt to grow oysters in the creeks and how to smoke fish. Our first fish shop in Brancaster was just ten square feet and was known as the Hole in the wall. It was the first fishmongers on the coast road. In 1992 we opened up in Burnham Market selling the very best in locally produced smoked fish, shellfish and wet fish, mainly landed locally.
Coastal Exploration Co Smuggling Day Package