The afternoon of Sunday, February 26 will be the last chance in 2017 to visit the snowdrops and aconites and enjoy home-made cakes at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market, near North Walsham.
From King’s Lynn historic funfair to the Romans in Norwich, via circus fun, puddle jumping, science, steam trains and star-spotting in the Norfolk sky.
Half-term needn’t be a wash-out or financial disaster, if you try our easy ways to entertain children on a shoestring in Norfolk and beyond.
Cromer artist John Mezzetti is showcased at an exhibition of photography at North Norfolk District Council’s public art gallery.
There are a lot of exciting and unusual events taking place in the fine city this weekend, here’s a look at just a few of the things you could do:
Hethersett Pantomime Group’s 2017 production of Sleeping Beauty combines fun, charity and memories.
The event, which was postponed last week due to adverse weather, paid a special tribute to the town’s RNLI crew.
More than 10,000 visitors are expected to converge on the coast on Sunday to watch the town’s rescheduled New Year’s Day celebrations.
More than 10,000 people expected to line the seafront to watch the free show.
Pub offers free hot toddy to everyone taking part this Sunday.
From The Beatles through to Thunderbirds, mini-skirts to mopeds – it was the decade that defined a generation.
The public are encouraged to just turn up on the day either to take part or to watch.
Santa swapped his sleigh for a tractor.
Five-year-old schoolgirl Metiya Nudchanad lit up Cromer - by turning on the town’s Christmas lights.
Santa’s sleigh arrived in Great Yarmouth today (December 3) to mark the opening of Santa’s Post Office in the Market Place.
Weybourne station has been transformed into a winter wonderland for the festive season.
Christmas shoppers in Cromer are being reminded there is free parking in the town for the Christmas lights switch-on this weekend.
AniMotion has come to The Forum in Norwich over the festive period promising a unique family experience where visitors interact with the artworks.
We are now in the narrow window of the year that leaves us divided.
From a moving, off-kilter show about a bearded lady to a radical staging of Richard III, Christmas classics with Blake and a visit from Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy. SIMON PARKIN picks cultural highlights over the next seven days.
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