Cromer food fans will have to wait until next week to see dishes from the menu of one of the town’s top eateries being cooked up on national TV, after producers at the BBC’s One Show decided on a last-minute line-up change.
A new play taking a fly-on-the-wall look at the private lives of a group of suffragettes will be taking the stage at the newly-relaunched Wells Maltings centre, as part of a tour of East Anglian venues.
The North Norfolk Railway’s 1940s weekend has been hailed a “huge success,” with events ranging from music and dancing, to ration book trails, a pigeon race and military vehicle parades attracting record crowds.
Nearly 60 wartime trucks, cars and motorcycles motored through Sheringham town centre on Saturday evening, marking the end of a successful first day of the North Norfolk Railway’s “bigger and better” 1940s weekend.
The North Norfolk Railway’s annual 1940s weekend got off to a spectacular start, with events ranging from music and dancing, to ration book trails, a pigeon race and displays of military vehicles ranging from army trucks, to motorcycles.
Vintage farming machinery, ploughing and threshing demonstrations, a bird of prey display, a fun dog show and a farmers market are just some of the attractions featured in Ingworth Trosh and Country Fair, which kicks off at midday.
The North Norfolk Railway’s 1940s weekend got off to an early start at Sheringham on Friday, with events including a beer festival, a wartime-style coffee morning and a pop-up vintage shop opening for business, and people dressed in 1940s costumes strolling up and down the high street to the delight of visitors and locals alike.
A Norfolk artist with more than 60 years’ experience under his belt has published a tongue-in-cheek book featuring cartoons inspired by watching gallery visitors trying make sense of contemporary artworks.
The countdown has begun for the North Norfolk Railway’s 1940s weekend and traders and townsfolk at Sheringham and Holt are pulling out all the stops to make sure this year’s event is the biggest and best yet.
With around 20,000 people set to descend on Sheringham and Holt on Saturday, this year’s 1940s weekend looks set to go with a swing. The countdown has begun and here’s an updated ‘everything you need to know’ about the biggest event in the North Norfolk Railway calendar.