Accessorize Your Suit To Look Stylish And Feel Confidence

Men’s suits are elegant as well as handsome; overall it is important men’s fashion staple. Usually, most men love to wear them casually on the weekends, parties, corporate events, special occasions etc. Accessorizing, however, is also important as wearing the suit when it comes to choosing accessories to wear a suit it is also important to consider some important key points. In fact, every man needs to look good in the suit; obviously having the essentials tailored properly makes you look stylish as well as feeling confident. However, adding small accessories to your suits will make a big difference. Adding these extra accessories aren’t an essential part but these small details will make your complete attire more fashionable and beautiful than before. In North Walsham or Griffon Country, most men prefer to wear their suit with some kind of special accessories and they also give must important to this. If you are the one need to make your suit look fashionable always, then you are at the right destination.

Fashionable And Functional Accessory:

Normally, men sometimes feel imperfect with the classic looks due to the ever-changing fashion trends. Obviously, it is better to accessorize suit in a perfect way to achieve timeless look. is the ideal destination for you to pick valuable fashion accessories. Even though suit accessories have become a prevalent part of the modern style, now these are necessary to pull off a classy and modern look. The right kind of suit accessories will definitely elevate your outfit but it is important to find the right kind of accessories. Selecting the high quality fashionable and functional accessory will make your look more professional. You can easily find the suit accessories in different size and offer the complete selection of different kinds of suit accessories such as Socks, Skinny Ties, Cufflinks, and Bow Ties, these accessories are highly popular among the people in north-east Norfolk, England. Choosing normal skinny ties to a modern one and it is also rapidly progressed into a design house even you can also get this ties based on your preference because of these accessories available in different colour, detail, and fabric.

Elegant Accessories For Your Suit:

There are different colourful options available by choosing best one you can feel the difference. In general, all the items are designed in China. The great functional accessories perfectly suit your style of clothing. Cufflinks are considered as the best accessory for adding a great personality to your dress.  Now you can find different types of Cufflinks based on your styling needs and preferences because it is available in a variety of colours, style, designs etc. With the right kind of suit accessory, you can easily add the splash of colour that also complements your style. Before going to buy anything, you must make sure about your clothing style. There’s no doubt and confusions that your suit looks great while adding some elegant accessories as well as these accessories also take it to the next level. Therefore find suitable suit accessories on the web to meet your styling needs, if you have any doubts look at the official web portal.

Griffon Country New Website Launch


The Griffon Area Partnership is to launch a new fortnightly group on 14th February 2011 for adult carers in North Walsham and the surrounding area. The aim of this group is to provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ group for carers by providing practical workshops alongside stress management sessions and mental well-being sessions to alleviate some of the worries associated with this vital support role.   The sessions will include; stress management; training in first aid; assistance with contingency or emergency plans; benefits advice; specific illness advice, to include medicine and ‘lifting and handling’; a natural remedy talk; signposting and general help and advice about caring from experts in the caring professions. Carers also have the ability to bring their ‘cared for’

Rebecca Matthews, Voyager Project Manager at the Griffon Area Partnership said, “There are 6 million registered carers in the United Kingdom, 82,000 of which are in Norfolk;    The carers get little or no assistance either financial or physical, and can often feel completely cut off from the outside world.   The work they do saves the government approximately £87 billion per year* and can leave the carer exhausted and vulnerable to physical and mental illness. We want to help Carers by providing a place to come and meet other people in the same position and also to engage with experienced professionals from associated organisations who understand their concerns and can provide relevant advice.


C4C CAFÉ This new group will start on Monday 16th 2011 at the Cockerel Tearoom on North Street, North Walsham every 1st and 3rd    There will be no charge.   Respite will be available as normal in the St. Nicholas Rooms. (Please note that the Cockerel will be open as usual during these sessions.) Please call Rebecca Matthews for more information on 01692 407509.

Open forum for North Norfolk carers PRESS RELEASE

CARERS in North Norfolk will have the opportunity to get their views across at an open meeting in North Walsham.

The Carers’ Council for Norfolk The carers council strives to T Norfolk.

.    Please telephone if personal care is required. New outreach group for Voyager in Cromer

and will be run the same way as it has for the past 24 years – every Tuesday from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. at the St. John Ambulance Hall in Cromer, everyone welcome. Please call Rebecca Matthews on (01692) 407509. Griffon will use funding from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities grant.

Books and DVD’s For Sale

We have dvds about North Walsham and some of the War Memorials around the Griffon Area. We also have various books from the Paston Letters and also a book on Bromholm Priory in Bacton. Please pop in and have a browse.

Cromer Pavillion Theatre

Earlier this year we were approached and asked if we would act as an agent for the them. You can reserve your tickets with us and pick them up on the date and time of your show from their Box Office in Cromer.

How do we define our area?

We are in Norfolk, in the north east corner. You could leave your office desk in central London, take the train and be cossetted in one of the best small hotels in the country within 3 hours.

In the centre a market town lying between the Norfolk Broads and Cromer, once rich from the medieval wealth of the wool trade.

Around it a country hinterland of huge woods, soft and gentle valleys, weavers’ villages, impressive flint churches, and coastal cliffs with winter wind whipped seas. To the East the North Sea, the sandy beaches and village resorts of Bacton and Mundesley.

A gas terminal serving the North Sea gas fields reminds us boldly of the needs of the 21st century, yet to one side of it is a village renowned in the Middle Ages as a place of pilgrimage and healing and on the other the great thatched tythe barn at Paston, one of the most impressive agricultural buildings in the whole country.

Perhaps statistics define it for us:
In our area of 157 sq km we have

  • 1 x “A” road, 2 x long distance footpaths, a designated area of Quiet Lanes, 1 x national cycle trail (no. 30), a disused canal, and a railway branchline revived to national acclaim as the Bittern Line.
  • The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the North Norfolk Coast sweeps down into our patch.
  • The northern reaches of the Broads finger into our southern parishes.
  • We have 12 conservation areas, including the whole of the centre of North Walsham, 303 listed buildings and 6 scheduled monuments.

We have an outstanding heritage yet are not self conscious and could in places make our townscape far prettier.
We are very natural, friendly and resourceful.
Our businesses include some real award winners and many rural homes encompass a business too.
We have a tradition where ordinary people make their point – a peasants’ army routed wealthy Norwich only to be finally defeated on the edge of North Walsham, and here centuries later the Agricultural Workers Union was born.

For days out in Griffon Country see the holiday section. The events pages will be worth a look too.

Here On Holiday

Here on holiday?
This corner of Norfolk is largely unknown and unsung. Nelson knew it -he was at school in North Walsham with his brother, and was taken outand about by his tutor. You too can be explorers of our hiddentreasures!

Holidays here are nicely old fashioned, with friendly faces, excellent service, local food, and a range of quality accommodation- just what holidays used to be!  When you’ve been once, you’ll be back for more.

Time to Explore
An irresistable Cat Pottery
The best collection of motorcycles in England – a fascinating social history
The golden fleece weavers museum at Meeting Hill
The medieval weaving villages
The Georgian town of North Walsham with its thriving Thursday market

Wonderful walksin a varied and undulating landscape of  woods and meadows
Wild flowers and birds
The upper reaches of the Norfolk Broads
Sandy beaches (and lifeguards and European Blue Flag quality)


Beach, river and lake fishing
Golf and crazy golf
Cycling the “quiet lanes
Playbarns in North Walsham and Knapton for young children

A rich built heritage and a cultural one too
No stone here – this is flint and brick country!
Visit our magnificent churches from round towered Saxon churches to the wealthy wool churches of the medieval weavers

There is music in country churches throughout the year
artists studios to visit
country pubs to enjoy
gigs inthe park and all the fun of the carnival in early July in North Walsham
and the most stunning modern RHS garden at East Ruston Vicarage

and there are also glades of snowdrops in winter, wild daffs dancing round Edingthorpe church, bluebell carpets in May, bird song in June, honeysuckle and barley ripening in July (and Worstead Festival – a 3 day country festival in this lovely small village), many quiet corners far from crowds in August, fungi in the forest in September, autumn berries in the October hedgerows, wide winter skies and crisp dry sunshine late in the year, and of course Christmas shopping in our specialist shops away from the rush of big cities.

What are you waiting for?!


Tourist Information

  • The prize winning tourist infomation centre at Mundesley is manned by local volunteers who are very knowledgeable and helpful. Open May to September in the log cabin in the village centre. Tel:  01263 721070
  • Local accommodation guide for North Walsham and the villages around is available from The Area Partnership on 01692 407509
  • Link to the accommodation section on the Town Council web site :
  • Ask-A-Local scheme in North Walsham and around. Look for the smiling logo in shop windows in North Walsham and the villages around. These shops carry tourist information and would be delighted to help you with their local knowledge.
  • Cromer Tourist Information Centre is open throughout the year. tel  01263 512497

Intro and map

GRIFFON COUNTRY, in north-east Norfolk, England,  covers the town of North Walsham and 25 civil parishes. In the Ask A Local section we introduce you to each village. Most villages have distinctive village signs – see the map below. We also have a rich heritage of medieval churches, some with round towers.

Where possible we include details of local shops, pubs, churches and village hall. They are served by the market town of North Walsham. There has been a market in the town for hundreds of years. It takes place on a Thursday, with a Farmers Market on the second and fifth Saturday of each month. This is served by very local producers and is held indoors in St Nicholas Hall just behind the magnificent church in the town centre.

TOURIST INFORMATION     Some independent shops display Ask A Local stickers on their windows. Here you can pick up tourist information. Tourist information is also available at the log cabin on the car park Mundesley in the village centre from Easter until the end of September, and throughout the year from The Griffon Area Partnership office, behind the church in North Walsham at 32 Vicarage Street. For other tourist information see the web site

THE GRIFFON COUNTRY MAP with village signs is downloadable from the button below