10 things to do in West Norfolk this weekend
- Credit: Matthew Usher
From battling Boudicca to Molly dancing, here are 10 fun things to do in West Norfolk this weekend.
Best of Barmy Britain - Corn Exchange, King's Lynn
Sunday, June 4, 2pm and 4pm, tickets £11.50 to £14.50
Horrible Histories will be live on stage to bring the history of Britain to life. Learn the tales of Boudicca, King John and Henry VIII and more with this fun rendition of Britain's past.
The Roy Orbison Story - Corn Exchange, King's Lynn
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Saturday, June 3, 7.30pm, tickets £21.50
Take a journey through some of Roy Orbison's biggest hits, from Pretty Woman to Only the Lonely, with Bruce Steele's tribute show.
- 1 Builder took pink pill and ran naked around hotel
- 2 Fire tears through historic Thorpe pub
- 3 Four national high street names to move into former M&S store
- 4 Mass coronavirus vaccination centre opens in Norwich today
- 5 Stunning images capture Cromer in the snow
- 6 Store open despite positive Covid test at town centre Sainsbury's
- 7 Vaccines roll-out to move on to over 70s
- 8 Delays as 23m-long caravan travels through Norfolk
- 9 Norfolk to get rapid Covid test sites - to find people without symptoms
- 10 Vandals leave £80,000 trail of destruction in car park
Farmers Market - Creake Abbey, Fakenham
Saturday, June 3, 9.30am - 1pm
More than 50 of the region's food and drink producers will be hosting the award-winning market at Creak Abbey, with a range of fresh local produce on offer.
Stradsett Country and Craft Show - Stradsett Hall
Saturday, June 3 - Sunday, June 4, 10am - 5pm, tickets adults £8, concessions £7, children £3
There's something for everybody at the show. Hold a boa constrictor, watch Holly the Fire Queen ride a motorcycle through a wall of fire or simply unwind to some music and food prepared by celebrity chefs.
Stradsett Festivals of Dogs - Stradsett Hall
Saturday, June 3, 9am - 5pm, tickets adults £8, concessions £7, children £3
A fun day out for your four-legged friends. With over 20 classes to take part in, including best rescue and cutest puppy, there's bound to be something you can sink your paws into.
Fun Dog Walk in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind Association - Sandringham
Sunday, June 4, 11am - 1pm
Walk one of two routes round the Country Park to raise money for charity Guide Dogs. Enter the name the guide dog mascot competition for £1.
Field to Fork tractor trailer tour - Holkham
Saturday, June 3, and Sunday, June 4, tickets adult £4, child £2
Hop on board the tractor trailer tour and find out where your food comes from. Visitors can try their hand at milling flour, test their food knowledge and dress up as a Holkham gamekeeper.
Flower Festival and Fayre - Walpole St Peter's Church
Saturday, June 3 - Wednesday, June 7, 9am - 5pm
As well as a grand display of flowers, the 56th annual fair will include arts and crafts stalls, lunch in the parish hall, miniature railways rides and a birds of prey display.
King's Lynn Male Voice Choir diamond jubilee concert - St Nicholas Chapel, King's Lynn
Saturday, June 3, 7.30pm, tickets adult £12, child £6
To mark their 60th anniversary, the King's Lynn Male Voice Choir will be joined by the Vauxhall Male Voice Choir, the St Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir and the RAF Marham Military Wives Choir to present a varied programme of contemporary and choral favourites.
Sarah Gillespie - King's Lynn Town Hall
Saturday, June 3, 7.30pm, tickets: £25
To buy tickets contact Sharon Cleaver on 07546 742912 or visit www.facebook.com/sarahgillespiemusic
Folk singer and former Springwood student Sarah Gillespie will bring country music to King's Lynn with her Roundhouse Bounty tour. All proceeds will go towards the Teenage Cancer Trust in memory of Jessika Mea Prior, the daughter of school friend Sharon Cleaver.