Seven things to do in Norfolk this weekend
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Find some of the best things to do in Norfolk this weekend with our guide to what's on.
Saturday November 7th
• Whitlingham Night Adventure
Experience the Whitlingham Country Park night-time world, on an adventure of astronomy, night creatures and sensory discovery; rounded off with just a touch of night magic! Meet at the visitor centre in the flint barn, for a 7pm start, with the event lasting around two hours and costing £5 per person.
• Hilgay Christmas Gift, Food and Craft Fair
Friends of Hilgay School will be hosting a gift, food and craft fair to kick start your Christmas shopping. There are lots of different stalls, and refreshments will be on sale along with a raffle. Admission is free.
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• Greyhound racing, Great Yarmouth Stadium
Feeling luck? Enjoy between 11 to 14 races from 7.30pm. Tickets £8 for adults and £6.50 for senior citizens, including a race card, admission and car parking, children under 16 free.
• Farmers' Market at Creake Abbey
From 9.30am to 1pm, Creake Abbey hosts its award winning market, in two newly roofed old Norfolk barns. There are over 40 stall holders including: locally sourced meat, vegetables, flowers, cheeses, cakes, pies, local ales and much more.
Sunday November 8th
• Remembrance Sunday at Old Buckenham Airfield
The traditional Service of Remembrance will be held around the War Memorial, starting just prior to 11am.
Entry to all is free. Drivers and Pilots please note that engines must be off and remain off from 1055 until 1130.
There's more information about Remembrance Services this weekend here.
• F4 Autumn Trophy
Snetterton's season concludes with the opening round of the BRDC Formula 4 Autumn Trophy. There's also a fireworks display at the close of racing on the Sunday night. Tickets are £14 for adults and £10 for senior citizens on the gate, children under 13 go free.
• Sunday Market & Car Boot
The Wisbech Town Centre Sunday market and car boot is between 9am and 2pm.
People wishing to have a market stall or car boot pitch on the new Sunday market will need to book in advance with the Town Council. Free car parking in the Horsefair Shopping Centre and other nearby carparks.
And of course there are lots of firework displays...