Days Out

From Strictly professional Brendan Cole to a baby and toddler fair, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days.

A scavenger hunt for adults has launched in Norwich with challenges to complete with a team across the city.

If you’re not sold on the no frills camping experience then these are the glamping spots for you.

From free entry for mums into stunning gardens to guided tours, get out in the fresh air this Mother’s Day and spend some quality time with her.

What is reputedly Norfolk’s most romantic garden will be part of what has become known as one of the county’s biggest garden parties.

Make sure to pack your marmalade sandwiches as Paddington train rides are coming to Norfolk this summer.

The luck of the Irish will be alive and well in Norwich this weekend as the city celebrates the patron saint of Ireland in style.

Norwich-based theatre company The Common Lot is launching a community choir for a project celebrating the heritage of Anglia Square.

Sculptor Vanessa Pooley, painter Mary Mellor and photographer Julia Cameron have spent decades perfecting their art – see the results in a Norwich exhibition.

From a spine-tingling thriller at the Theatre Royal starring a Strictly Come Dancing winner to sing-along The Greatest Showman, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days.

On Sunday at 10am yoga enthusiasts around the world took a stand against human trafficking.

Tickets are still available for a family friendly Easter trail around Norwich next month.

From the start of the 2019 season at a popular carboot sale to party bingo on the Norfolk coast, there is plenty to keep you entertained this week.

What’s on in Cromer in 2019?

Chicks and ducklings will enliven Pensthorpe Natural Park next month as the beauty spot gets ready for its Easter ‘Eggstravaganza’.

Entries are open now for short film makers from around the world.

A showcase of all that’s best in East Anglian country pursuits returns to the Norfolk-Suffolk border at the end of next month – and the events and outdoor activities are focused firmly on the family: adults, children and the dog.

It’s sink or swim for dumpling cooks as a fun dumpling-cooking contest comes to Norfolk.

From politician turned Strictly star Ed Balls to leading historian Lucy Worsley, there is something for everyone at the Southwold Arts Festival.

Vistors to Holkham Hall will have a chance to discover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the iconic Norfolk stately home, in a series of guided tours offering a rare opportunity to see attics, cellars and secret passageways not usually open to the public.

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