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Get ready to relive your childhood as a Prince of Wales club has opened a ball pit for big kids.

The start of the festive season will once again be celebrated in style in the city with entertainment and fireworks.

Cinema City in Norwich is stepping into Christmas in style with 12 films guaranteed to get you in the festive mood.

From tribute acts to a craft fair, you’re spoilt for choice with a jam-packed calendar of events taking place over the next week in Norfolk.

The Bear Shop in Norwich is celebrating the 13-year anniversary of its Charlie Bears range by hosting a special event this week.

Norwich Castle is marking the 100th anniversary of the Armistice with a special early opening on Remembrance Sunday.

From a film festival to a gin and craft fair, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days in Norfolk.

From fireworks in Norwich to a winter wonderland in Thetford, celebrate the start of the Christmas season in style at light switch-ons across Norfolk.

Visit Norfolk is encouraging tourists to appreciate the county’s natural landscape at any time of year by identifiying our county’s seven natural wonders.

Bonfire night will once again be celebrated with a bang in Norwich with fabulous firework displays taking place in the city and beyond.

With his oddball gear and crazy japes he was once as famous along Norfolk’s holiday coast as the Broads themselves.

A couple of events have already been organised in north Norfolk to give people a chance to find unique Christmas gifts and support good causes at the same time.

A young boy battling a rare form of cancer will benefit from a bingo night.

Savvy shoppers are being encouraged to get ahead with their festive shopping and enjoy a weekend packed with Christmas gifts, food and fun at the Norfolk Festive Gift and Food Show.

Get your sparklers at the ready and celebrate Bonfire Night in style at these fabulous fireworks displays across the county.

It was all about the confidence in Norwich this weekend as TV fashionista Gok Wan brought his One Size Fits All tour to the city.

Every year PrimEVIL raises its horror game and this year didn’t disappoint: there are some terrifyingly good new additions to this annual season of gruesome good fun amid a dinosaur-strewn Park.

From haunted houses to spooktacular shows, it is all happening in and around the Great Yarmouth borough this Halloween.

Weird and wonderful ghost stories abound in many corners of East Anglia, with sights and sounds that just can’t be explained. Here are 23 of the most haunted places in the region.

A charity dog walk is set to get tails wagging this November and there will even be prizes up for grabs.

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