From fresh bread to bottles of gin, Creake Abbey Farmers’ Market is set to reopen in June with social distancing measures in place.
Sheringham Museum is to remain shut until next year.
The organisers of a north Norfolk carnival are pressing on with this year’s event - but it will be something out of the ordinary.
Have you taken up any unusual new pastimes during lockdown? Our readers and staff have thought up some amazing ideas, from creating a home golf course and beach to Nerf Gun battles.
The team behind PrimEvil, Norfolk’s biggest scare experience, are celebrating success after scooping a national award.
You may have reached the final straw with lockdown boredom, but a new scarecrow trail that has launched in Norwich is bound to keep all the family entertained.
From Ru Paul’s Drag Race stars to a huge party for Norwich Pride, Fetch has established itself as one of Norwich’s top nightlife spots over the last year.
From The Killers at Carrow Road to Let’s Rock Norwich in Earlham Park, here is how coronavirus is affecting the big events coming to Norfolk this year.
It is the biggest event in the city calendar, but coronavirus has now forced the cancellation of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration in Norwich for the first time on record.
Board games are a great way to keep all the family occupied while stuck indoors due to coronavirus and if you’re looking for ideas of what to play then take a look at the bestsellers at Kerrison Toys in Norwich.
From an egg hunt to learning circus skills, don’t let coronavirus lockdown spoil the fun as there is plenty you can do to keep the kids entertained at home over the Easter holidays.
An event which involves more than 700 horses each year in north Norfolk has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Spring has sprung, and the beauty of nature in our home areas is more important than ever this year during the restrictions of lockdown. Readers and staff have shared their photos and thoughts.
Some of our favourite musicians, actors and directors are reaching that half century milestone this year.
From Bongo’s Bingo to boxing, staying in is the new going out with these brilliant events running during the coronavirus lockdown which you can take part in from your living room.
From our thriving independent restaurants to beautiful beaches, once things return to normal after the coronavirus outbreak here are some of the things in Norfolk we will not take for granted again.
It is the party bingo which has been sweeping the nation and while the Norfolk events are postponed due to coronavirus for the time being, fans don’t need to miss out.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, The Old Buckenham Airshow will still take place later this year – and its line-up is better than ever.
Let’s Rock Norwich, due to take place in Earlham Park over the May Bank Holiday weekend, has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Racing fans will have to wait until at least May after all Snetterton Race Circuit events were postponed.
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