10 Things to do around South Norfolk this weekend

The 40th Norwich Beer Festival.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The 40th Norwich Beer Festival. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

There is always a lot going on in South Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend (Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, October 29).

PrimEVIL returns to Norfolk. Photo: Bill Smith

PrimEVIL returns to Norfolk. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Archant

• Get spooky at Bressingham Steam and Gardens with witches, ghosts and ghoulish goings on, Friday and Saturday from 5.30pm. • Get into the carnival spirit as Banham Zoo celebrates its lemurs as part of the World Lemur Festival. Saturday and Sunday 9.30am to 5pm, tickets £12-18.

• There is still time to grab a pint at the Norwich Beer Festival at St Andrew's and Blackfriars' Halls in Norwich. 11.30am to 9pm, tickets £3.

• The Norfolk Showground is hosting the Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fair for a weekend of timeless trinkets and fascinating finds. Tickets £4.

• Norfolk's biggest scare experience returns as PrimEVIL brings shocking attractions to Dinosaur Adventure, 6pm to 11pm, tickets £18.95-£22.95.

Lemur Day is being celebrated at Banham Zoo.r. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Lemur Day is being celebrated at Banham Zoo.r. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: copyright: Archant 2014


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• Wymondham Town Football Club is hosting a fundraising quiz to raise money for the town's Christmas lights. Saturday, 7.30pm, £1 per person, teams of six.

• Elveden Estate is hosting the 5km Quarantine Fun Run. Escape the infected while taking on the obstacle course. Starts from 10am. Tickets from £15.

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• Common Ground Theatre Company presents Charles Dickens' The Old Curiosity Shop at The Corn Hall in Diss on Saturday. Tickets £7-£10.

• On Sunday from 5pm, The Burston Crown presents Day Of The Dead with a bonfire, BBQ, UV face painting, family competitions and music. Free to attend.

• Enjoy doughnuts, drinks and activities at the Roydon Parish Church in the Roydon Parish Room. Saturday from 3.30pm to 5pm, free to attend.

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