"To celebrate reaching its 90th anniversary of protecting Cley Marshes and many of the county’s other most important wildlife sites, Norfolk Wildlife Trust will be going back to the roaring twenties on Sunday 6 March at Cley Marshes visitor centre. Staff will be dressed in 1920's outfits, a gypsy jazz band will play in the centre and 90th anniversary archives will be on display. The centre is open from 10am to 4pm.
For this day only, entry to the nature reserve which is normally £5 for non-members, will be at the 1920s price: just 9p.
As Sunday 6 March is Mothering Sunday, a vintage-themed afternoon high
tea will be available, with a delicious assortment of cakes, finger
sandwiches and small scones on cake stands."