10 things to do around south Norfolk this weekend

Valerie Hartzell, classical guitarist. Picture: Richard Marsham/RMG Photography

Valerie Hartzell, classical guitarist. Picture: Richard Marsham/RMG Photography - Credit: Archant

There is always a lot going on in south Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend (Saturday, September 16, Sunday, September 17).

Diss Museum. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Diss Museum. Picture: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2015

1. The Dulcet Tones will play at the Cross Keys in Wymondham on Saturday at 9pm. The high-energy rock band plays indie tunes to get the crowd dancing.

The Dulcet Tones. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Dulcet Tones. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

2. Needham Village Hall will host a talk on aerial archeology on Saturday at 2pm, hosted by the Waveney Valley Community Archaeology Group. Cost is £3.

3. There will be an open day at Billingford Windmill on Sunday midday-4pm, including tours at midday and 2.30pm and a celebration of harvest service at 3pm.

4. Guitarists Valérie Hartzell and Rod Faulkner will perform solos and duos at Wymondham Central Hall on Saturday from 7pm. Tickets: £8-£10 on the door.


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5. Olly Day and Nigel 'Boy' Syer are bringing their show full of fun and laughter to Connaught Hall, Attleborough, on Saturday 7.30pm. Tickets are £12.50.

6. Attleborough Show will take place on Sunday, 8.30am-6pm, off Rocklands Road in Little Ellingham. There will be horses, trade stands and a dog show.

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7. Wymondham's monthly farmers' market is on Saturday at Market Place 9am-1pm. Traders sell locally-sourced produce and seasonal specials.

8. There will be a car-boot in the car park of Attleborough's M&Co on Sunday at 10am, in aid of Cancer Research UK. Cost for a pitch is £6 and all profits go to the charity.

9. The South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band is playing on Saturday from 7.30pm at Weybread Church. Cost is £10, £5 for children, including refreshments.

10. Friends of Diss Museum will be running a bric-a-brac stall outside the museum on Saturday, 9.30am-3pm. Email fodimus@gmail.com for more information.

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