Christmas events across north Norfolk

Linda Peters at a previous Christmas tree festival in Cromer. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Linda Peters at a previous Christmas tree festival in Cromer. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Christmas is coming to north Norfolk with a variety of festive family activities across the district.

The Cromer Christmas Festival is happening from today until Saturday December 6.

Colourful lights will be switched on during a grand event this Saturday at 5.30pm.

Other festive events will happen across the town including the parish hall on Church Street, parish church and shops.

Before the switch-on the parish hall will host a Christmas tree festival and Nativity festival today from 10am-4pm; tomorrow from 10am-5pm; and on Saturday from 10am-7pm.

Sheringham Christmas lights switch-on will happen tomorrow.

Events start at 4pm and the switch-on happens at 6.30pm by Eileen and Steve Brown from the Lobster Potties Morris dancing side.

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Stalham Christmas street fair is happening on Sunday December 7 from 2pm.

Other events include:

DECEMBER 4/5 - The Mundesley Players performing A Christmas Carol at the Coronation Hall, Mundesley, at 7.30pm. Tickets £7 from Jupe on Station Road, Mundesley.

DECEMBER 5- Aldborough Primary School Christmas fair at 2.5pm.

DECEMBER 5 - Stage Direct performing festive readings in via a radio play, Just Voices, at Cromer Community Centre on Garden Street at 7.30pm. Admission £3.50 on the door.

DECEMBER 6 - Christmas bazaar at Coastline Village Hall, Walcott, off Ostend Road, between 11am-1pm.

DECEMBER 6 - Edingthorpe Christmas coffee morning at St Benet's Hall, behind North Walsham Parish Church on Vicarage Street, from 9.30am-noon.

DECEMBER 6 - Christmas fair at Lighthouse Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham, from 10am-noon.

DECEMBER 7 - Christmas farmers' market at Aldborough Community Centre from 9.30am-12.30pm.

DECEMBER 7 - North Walsham Salvation Army Nativity family service at the organisation's Hall Lane base from 10.30am.

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