NEAR SNETTERTON CIRCUIT

Things to do on Saturday, before the 24 Hour starts around 17:00

Visit the Snetterton Brewery

Brewing Elmtree Beers, Snetterton Brewery is a micro-brewery located within earshot of the circuit. Go out the main exit, turn right and it is on the right, a few hundred yards down.

Dedicated to brewing the best possible craft beer, their range is as small as their brewery. Fine bitters, wonderful stouts, light summer beers plus the occasional speciality beers. All the bottled beers are suitable for vegans and contain no animal products. 

Rather than buying your beer for the Citroen Weekend at a supermarket, view the great choice of Elmtree beers on their website, place your order and collect Friday afternoon or on Saturday.

The brewery will be open to visitors and for collections on Friday and Saturday, 10:00 -16:00. Subject to numbers short tours may be possible elmtreebeers.co.uk

Visit The Angel Inn at East Larling

The Angel Inn at East Larling is a traditional pub and restaurant offering real ale English food and accommodation.

It is about 1m from the circuit. When exiting, go towards Thetford on the A11. You will soon see the white building in the dip, take the first left. angel-larling.co.uk

Visit St Georges Distillery

About three miles from the circuit. England's oldest whisky distillery, founded in 2006. Tours can be booked for any day of the week. Harling Road Roudham Norfolk NR16 2QW - englishwhisky.co.uk

Supermarkets nearby

 

On leaving the circuit, take the A11 to Norwich. A short distance up, turn right at the roundabout to Attleborough. In the town on the left is Sainsbury’s and a bit further on, to the left, is an Aldi.

Sherborne House Hotel, Attleborough

A privately-run Georgian country house hotel offering comfort and relaxation. In the historic market town of Attleborough, it is ideally placed for Snetterton Circuit. Pet-friendly, they offer an electric car charging point and free wi-fi - hotelinnorfolk.co.uk