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Thank you so much for all the love and support you have shown us, we have loved welcoming you back

We wish to reassure you that we will be continuing with all the excellent measures we have put into place over the past year to help keep both out fabulous guests and fantastic staff safe and well

The wellbeing of all our guests and staff are our priority and we will continue to be committed to rigorously updating our risk assessments in order to provide that all important peace of mind.

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Sir Thomas Paston (Rob Knee) with guests on Norfolk Day

Norfolk Day at the Maids Head

29th July 2019

The Maids Head went back to 1549 and Kett’s Rebellion to mark Norfolk Day on Saturday 27 July and raised £89  in donations from guests for the hotel’s charity of the year, Break.

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Maids Head Hotel Employee Awards Day

25th April 2019

Tuesday, April 23 was the Maids Head Hotel’s quarterly Vision and Values staff awards day. The hotel’s vision is to be known as the finest for hospitality in Norfolk and staff receive awards for being nominated by fellow team members, for work that has supported achieving that vision.Read more »

Emily Jupp of Milly J Shoes with her Easter Shoe

Milly J Shoes Delivers Easter Shoe to the Maids Head Hotel

11th April 2019

Emily Jupp of Milly J Shoes has delivered her special Easter Shoe to the Maids Head. The shoe will be on display in hotel  reception throughout the Easter period.

Emily is a shoe artist and is creating a series of shoes, linked to key events in the Norwich and Norfolk calendar, for display at the hotel. She crafts her handmade shoes and clips in her shop and studio in Tombland, just across the road from the Maids Head.Read more »

74 Tiger Squadron pilots David Jones and John Atkinson standing in front of a Hawker Hunter at City of Norwich Aviation Museum, in 74 Squadron markings

The 74 (F) Tiger Squadron Association at the Maids Head

3rd March 2019

We were very pleased to welcome 85 members of The 74 (F) Tiger Squadron Association to the Maids Head over the weekend of Friday 1 to Sunday 3 March, on their first visit to Norwich for a reunion.

The reunion included a special dinner in the Minstrel Suite at the hotel and a trip to City of Norwich Aviation Museum, where a new display about Tiger Squadron’s time based at RAF Horsham St Faith (now Norwich International Airport), has just been opened. Read more »