Days Out

It was one of the hottest tickets for King’s Lynn Festival – and the welcome return of Radio 2 favourite Clare Teal did not disappoint.

With the school holidays starting today, here are ten places for families to enjoy swimming in Norfolk and Suffolk during the summer break.

Love Islanders are coming to Norfolk in a special appearance next month at Truckfest East, back next month by popular demand.

With summer underway, and the weather looking promising (at least for another week) it is prime time to pitch up at a pub, find a table outside and spend hours enjoying a drink (or three), good food and the company of family and friends. Here’s a list to make finding the perfect spot in Norfolk that little bit easier.

Wondering what to do with the kids during their break? Here’s a look at some of the great events taking place across Norfolk during the first week of the summer holidays.

Free fun for families including fireworks in Yarmouth, world record sandcastles in Lowestoft and theatre for kids in Holt

North Norfolk residents are no strangers to the weird and wonderful historical artefacts that are found washed up along the shoreline.

A weekend of creativity and entertainment including international musicians, comedy, live theatre and children’s workshops is set to come to a Norfolk town.

An open-air production of family classic The Wind in the Willows is coming to a West Norfolk park.

There’s plenty going on in and around Great Yarmouth next week.

Detective work, pirate activities and dolls’ houses are just some of the family-friendly attractions on offer this summer across the county’s museums.

Wymondham is set to be awash with beloved fictional characters, such as Harry Potter and the BFG, when its annual carnival comes to town this weekend.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk between July 24 to 30? Arts correspondent Emma Knights highlights 20 shows and events to enjoy.

Happisburgh Lighthouse swings opens its doors for the summer this weekend.

Farmer and TV presenter Jimmy Doherty talks about this year’s festival, larking about with Jamie Oliver on the Friday Night Feast and why he was nervous about the Prince of Wales’ recent visit.

There is plenty going on in and around Great Yarmouth this week.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk between July 17-23? Here’s Courtney Pochin’s top picks for the concerts, plays, events and activities taking place...

If you have ever wanted to immerse yourself in a medieval setting then a visit to Castle Acre Priory this weekend would be a good place to start.

In a corner of the galaxy far, far away, a farmer got to work with his tractor.

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