Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
Stuck for ideas of what to do this weekend? Here are just a few of the events that are happening over the weekend.
The film every teenager has been waiting for, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2 has finally arrived. In this final instalment Bella awakens transformed as a vampire after marrying Edward. She has become the mother to half-vampire, half-human daughter Renesmee, but all is not well in this happy family as their daughter ignites a force that could destroy both the vampires and Jacob Black, Bella's werewolf friend.
If you want a cultural evening out then Brass and Voices at St Andrew's Hall on Saturday is the event for you. Norfolk Brass are hosting this concert combined with the amazing voices of the London Welsh Male Voice choir who sang at the closing ceremony for the Olympics. The concert starts at 7:30pm with tickets costing from �10 to �16. For more information call: 01603 628319.
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Brides to be will be in Wedding heaven at the EDP Wedding Show at the Assembly House on Sunday. This event covers all wedding needs, from photographers to food, and flowers to drink, giving you all the ideas you need for the big day. Entry is free, with around 50 exhibitors selling their services from 11am until 4pm.
- 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 Stunning images capture Cromer in the snow
- 5 Mass coronavirus vaccination centre opens in Norwich today
- 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's first mass Covid vaccination centre to open in food court
- 10 Norfolk to get rapid Covid test sites - to find people without symptoms
For all you car lovers, Snetterton Circuit is holding a Charity Race Experience on Sunday. With the hope of raising �50,000 to help families of sick children the circuit will be opening its gates for McLarens, Aston Martins, Ferraris and many more car models. Other attractions include a charity auction, along with 350 car club exhibits. Entry is �5, with chances to be a passenger in one of these amazing cars costing from �10 to �60, making this a way to give to charity and have fun at the same time.