Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
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If you are still looking for ways to keep the children busy then have a look at some of the great events that will get you hopping mad.
If you did not get the chance to see any of the other dates, then the stars of Strictly Come Dancing, Pasha Kovalev and Katya Virshilas will be performing at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Sunday, with an extra 3pm show added, due to high demand, all supported by their dancers
Lindsey Muckle and Ryan Hammond. They will be performing some of the classic dances that make Strictly a success, and they will be answering your questions about their lives and what really goes on behind the scenes of the hit BBC TV show. To top it off five lucky members of the audience will be invited to take part in their own fun dance competition. Tickets cost £24.50, for more information visit: www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk
In aid of St John Ambulance. On Sunday The Conifers garden at Wymondham Road, Wreningham will be throwing open its garden gates from 1-4pm. There will be lots to walk round and admire, such as three ponds, bog garden, shrub borders and many different types of trees. The garden is wheelchair-friendly, with admission for adults £3.50 and children free, with no dogs allowed.
If you want to learn more about the humble bee then a Garden Bee Workshop on Sunday at the RSPB's Strumpshaw Fen, near Brundall will teach you all you need to know, such as the amazing variety's of bees that England has to offer, all with the help of an expert guide. You can pick up tips for helping them in your garden and also make a bee nest box for yourself. The workshop runs from 10.30am-3pm and is only suitable for adults. Hot drinks provided, but please bring packed lunch. Please book from Strumpshaw@rspb.org.uk or call 01603 715191. Tickets are £15, with RSPB members £12.
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The Odd Life of Timothy Green (U) stars Jennifer Garner as Cindy Green, and Joel Edgerton as Jim Green, a couple who live in Stanleyville North Carolina. With the town on the brink of financial problems and the prospect of Jim losing his job, the couple want to have a child more than anything, but are unable to conceive. One night the couple decides to write down what they want for a perfect child and bury it in a box in their back garden. However when a thunderstorm leads to the creation of a boy called Timothy who has plant leaves growing out of his legs. They happily introduce Timothy into their family who form loving relationships that are bound to touch the heart of anyone watching. This sweet film is one for all the family, giving a relaxing break from drama filled action films, by teaching the importance of family.