Days Out

Gallery: Community gets together for Skeyton Trosh

Sunday, September 25, 2016
Crowds turned out for the annual Skeyton Trosh. Pictures: ALLY McGILVRAY

Young and old alike turned out for a celebration of Norfolk farming history this weekend.

Chalk Hill brewery beers on display at the Coach and Horses, Thorpe Road, Norwich  Photo: Steve Adams

As the weekend rolls around you might be thinking of heading into the city for a drink with friends, but where can you go that won’t break the bank? Here’s a look at some of the different pubs and bars you might not have thought to visit.

Beth Orton

On Saturday, Beth Orton, the Norfolk-born singer whose dreamy voice has captured the attention of so many, returns to her home county following the release of her latest album, Kidsticks.

Young and old alike sampled farming from a bygone era at this year's Ingworth Trosh. Pictures: ALLY McGILVRAY

The farming community dug deep to show its support for a trio of churches in north Norfolk.

The Grand Henham Steam Rally.  Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A popular Suffolk steam rally returned home this weekend, delighting crowds and organisers alike.

Darren Cross

Each week we put a Norfolk resident in the hot seat and ask them ten questions about themselves. This week we spoke with Communications Director at SeaChange Arts and Out There Festival, Darren Cross.

2016 Out There festival act - Worldbeaters Music's Spark! Photo: Richard Kenworthy.

What do you get when you bring some of the most unique circus acts and street performers from across the world to the iconic Norfolk coast for three days? Answer: A weekend of family fun you simply can’t miss out on.

Crowds at The Maritime festival in Great Yarmouth. Picture: ROB COLMAN

Centuries of proud seafaring heritage was celebrated in jaunty style at Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival.

Members of North Norfolk District Council environmental services team promoting recycling. Picture: MILES JERMY

Visitors braved the elements for a celebration of all things eco-friendly at Greenbuild.

What's on this weekend: Sandringham Game and Country Fair, Macaron Day and Wells Pirate Festival. (L-R)

There’s a lot happening in Norfolk this weekend, so to ensure you don’t miss out on the fun here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place on Saturday and Sunday.

Haveringland Church.  Photo: ANTONY KELLY

Tractors will be leaving the fields and heading out to a harvest festival.

02-03 September, Flaunt, Norwich. Photo: Andy Hart

Did you go out in Norwich last weekend? We’ve gone inside some of the city’s hottest clubs and bars to see who’s been out and about, see if you can spot yourself in our gallery below.

Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park based in Hainford won Best Non-Agricultural Stand at the Aylsham Show. Picture: ANGLIA FARMERS

It provided a sunny showcase for rural businesses with a bumper crowd attending the Aylsham Show.

Going out in Norwich: You've got a friend at Norwich Playhouse, celebrating the music of Carole King and Jame sTaylor, and The National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company will be performing The Mikado at Theatre Royal.

Are you heading into Norwich this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the quirkiest events that will be taking place in the city tonight.

What's on in Norfolk: North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival, Jake Morley and Anne Marie at the Sundown Festival. (L-R)

There’s a lot going on in Norfolk this weekend, with two very different festivals taking place and a swimming event set to make a big splash at Fritton Lake.

Visitors can take a look inside Cromer signal box as part of the Heritage Open Days event. Picture: MILES JERMY

It has been a familiar sight to passing train passengers for more than 90 years.

August Bank Holiday Weekend, Flaunt, Norwich. Photo: Ellie Mitchell

Over the weekend many of you headed into the fine city to make the most of the Bank Holiday. Here’s a look at some of the best photos taken over the three days.

All About Dogs Show at the Royal Norfolk Showground, Costessey. Photo : Steve Adams

If the Glastonbury Festival has a canine equivalent, this has got to be it.

Wymondham victory picnic. Pictured from the Strange Fascination Theatre Company are Hayley Ebenett and Paul Goldsmith. Picture: Ian Burt

Three weeks after residents staged a sit-in to stop the removal of much-loved play equipment at a public park, a community picnic has been held to mark the victory.

The World Crabbing Championships and Beach Hut Auction take place on Cromer Pier.
World Champions David Porter with his daughters Daisy and Holly and Rachael Kirkham. Photo: Sonya Duncan

Despite choppy conditions on Cromer beach, the annual World Pier Crabbing Championships had a record turnout this year as dozens tried their hand at catching the town’s famous delicacy.

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