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Our guide to what's on in Norfolk this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:38 28 June 2013 | UPDATED: 10:38 28 June 2013

File photo dated 03/08/10 of a bumblebee collecting nectar from a flower. European moves to ban certain pesticides will not reverse bee declines without swift action on a range of problems facing the insects, conservationists have warned. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday May 9, 2013. Intensive farming and urban development are among the causes driving falling bee numbers in the UK, according to a report by the University of Reading which gives a snapshot of a dozen species around the country. See PA story ENVIRONMENT Bees. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

File photo dated 03/08/10 of a bumblebee collecting nectar from a flower. European moves to ban certain pesticides will not reverse bee declines without swift action on a range of problems facing the insects, conservationists have warned. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday May 9, 2013. Intensive farming and urban development are among the causes driving falling bee numbers in the UK, according to a report by the University of Reading which gives a snapshot of a dozen species around the country. See PA story ENVIRONMENT Bees. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

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If you have not got anything planned this weekend then have a look at some of the great events taking place.

Peckover House in Wisbech, will be hosting a special Bee Weekend on Saturday and Sunday 12pm-4pm. The event will tell you everything you have ever wanted to know about bees and beekeeping, along with demonstrations of all the aspects of bee keeping from beekeeper David Arlott. Videos of early bee keeping, face painting, candle making and honey related food will also be available, keeping you buzzing through out the day. Normal admission prices apply, for more details visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Norfolk dance academy, Dance Estelle is celebrating its 10th anniversary an end of year blockbuster at the Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth, on Saturday (7pm) and Sunday (2pm/5pm). The show will Feature over 200 performers, who will demonstrate all aspects of dance from jazz to tap to ballet. In addition local Yarmouth girl Ruth Patterson has choreographed another amazing guest tap routine this year. Tickets cost £9.50-£8 (£8-£7 cons), £7-£6 children. For more information visit: www.hippodromecircus.co.uk

Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse will be helping you to re-discover your garden after the cold weather on Sunday (10am-5pm) when it hosts the Garden Show. The museum will be showcasing its collection of gardening objects, from seed packets to tools, with the chance find out more about Norfolk’s nurserymen. Take a stroll in the stunning gardens at Gressenhall, and take a look at the heritage vegetable plots of Cherry Tree Cottage, the tranquil wildlife garden, and the recently developed children’s curiosity corner, making this event fun for all the family. Admission is £9.30 (£8.30 cons), £6.30 children, for more information visit: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Cornish poet and playwright Molly Naylor will be performing her show My Robot Heart

at the George and Dragon, Newton by Castle Acre on Saturday at 7.30pm brought to you by the region by Creative Arts East. My Robot Heart is a warm story, inspired by experiments about love using robots in Japan. This is a tale of three generations of a family as they explore the meanings of love and fear in their family relationships, with Molly lamenting about her lost sense of romance. Tickets are £2.50, for more information visit: www.creativeartseast.co.uk

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