10 things to do in West Norfolk on Norfolk Day
PUBLISHED: 09:15 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:33 25 July 2018
Scores of events are taking place across West Norfolk on Norfolk Day. Here are 10 events not to be missed on Friday, July 27.
The 21st King’s Lynn Beer Festival, organised by the Vancouver Round Table and Stuart House Hotel, will take place from 12pm at Stuart House Hotel, in Goodwins Road, to celebrate local brews for Norfolk Day. The event will also be raising money for NARS (Norfolk Accident and Rescue Service).
Beers of Europe, in Setchey, King’s Lynn, will be hosting a free Norfolk beer and Norfolk gin tasting day.
The King William IV pub in Sedgeford will be putting on a Norfolk Day menu. Head chef Chris Marshall has included a variety of tasty local produce and ingredients in his dishes, including Stiffkey cockles, Cromer crab and lavender panna cotta.
Visitors to Snettisham Park can have one free admission if with a full paying adult and arriving before 11am. Park opens at 9am.
RSPB Titchwell Marsh Reserve is hosting a walk called Easy Birding, free admission for anyone accompanying a full paying adult, £7.50 per adult, £6 for members, call 01485 210799 to book.
Music concert by guitarists Julian Vickers and Daniel Bovey, Park House Hotel, Sandringham Estate, 5pm, 01553 764864, www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk.
Stories of Lynn, Lynn Museum, True’s Yard Museum and the Custom House are coming together to offer a special Norfolk Day ticket. Tickets are £8 for an adult, £7 for a concession, £5 for a child or £22 for a family.
The five-acre walled garden at Houghton Hall will be open to the public from 11am-5pm, www.houghtonhall.com.
Afternoon tea at Le Strange Arms Hotel, Old Hunstanton, plus a free glass of Pimms served between 2-5pm, £25 (plus booking fee) for two people, call 01485 534411 to book.
Special restaurant menu and offers at Downham Home and Garden Store restaurant, Stonecross Lane, Downham Market.