East Anglian Tales

childhood

When Freya comes home from school one day with a project to do about the stories, myths and legends of East Anglia – I’ll be ready.

The tales listed below are my attempt to get ahead of the game – not to mention a lot of fun for me to research and write.

I think it is incredibly important that we are connected with where we are born and live and old stories are one of the ways to make sure our children feel that sense of belonging.

Tobias Gill.

Margaret Catchpole.

Julian of Norwich.

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