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From a Mayhem Monster Manor during the day to the spine-tingling horror mazes at night, there is plenty to keep all the family busy at Roarr! Dinosaur Park this half-term.

Segway riders will soon be whizzing through the trails of Thetford Forest in the dark as part of a series of special after hour openings.

Bonfire night will once again be celebrated with a bang in Norwich with fabulous firework displays taking place in the city and beyond.

The Cromer Society has announced a series of events around music, poetry and remembrance to take place throughout November.

Are you looking for fun things to do at half term which won’t cost a fortune? Here are 20 free and cheap activities to enjoy around Norfolk, Suffolk and north Essex.

Take one heritage railway, mix in some fear, add a dash of terror and a splash of every phobia going for good measure, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a night on the Horror Train.

Prepare to be scared as Norwich Ghost Walks make a spine-tingling comeback this Halloween.

From PrimEvil to a family rave, there is plenty to keep the kids entertained over half term week.

Catch a rare glimpse of Banham Zoo’s new red panda cub.

Get your sparklers at the ready and celebrate Bonfire Night in style at these fabulous fireworks displays across the county.

Halloween is just around the corner and there are creepy goings-on happening all over north Norfolk. Here are 10 of the spookiest events taking place in the area.

Somewhere deep inside a mid-Norfolk market town, mysterious goings-on have been reported ahead of an eagerly anticipated Halloween event.

Work by Lebanese artist Ali Atrissi will go on display in King’s Lynn.

Prepare to be scared as a spine-tingling survival run returns to the county for 2018.

With October half term just around the corner no doubt parents across the county will be wracking their brains for how to fill the week with entertainment and perhaps even learning. What a relief then that Norwich Science Festival 2018 has you covered.

An event which is simply scrumptious has been organised in mid-Norfolk to celebrate all that is crunchtastic about the humble apple.

Get your lederhosen out the wardrobe and raise your steins in the air as Oktoberfest returns to the city this weekend.

Your little ones are in for a treat as dance craze Baby Shark is set to be performed in the city.

As the leaves turn from green to red and gold, East Anglia’s countryside is full of amazing places to see trees in all their glory. Here are 21 places where you can enjoy all the shades of autumn.

Norwich’s Spooky City Parade has been axed because it has grown so much, but council bosses say there will still be eerie entertainment in Chapelfield Gardens on Halloween.

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