Six things to do in Norfolk this weekend

The snowdrop walk at Walsingham Abbey. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The snowdrop walk at Walsingham Abbey. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Need an idea for activities this weekend? Take a look at our guide to some of the things taking place in Norfolk this weekend.

Saturday January 30

• Beastly Machines, Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth, 12pm-4pm, included in museum admission.

A touring exhibition of humorous and interactive kinetic sculptures by Johnny White. Influenced by current affairs, media stories and play on words, his sculptures portray a host of animals and mythical creatures.

• Snowdrops at Walsingham, Walsingham Abbey, 10am-4pm, Adult £5.00. Child 6-16 £2.50.

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Walsingham Abbey has 18 acres of woodland that runs alongside the banks of the river Stiffkey; very soon the Abbey grounds will be covered with snowdrops. Come along for a brisk walk and explore the woods that are carpeted with lots of early spring flowers.

• Hare Walk, Welney Wetland Centre, 2pm-3-pm, Fee included in admission.

Hares are adapted to open country, and you can't get much more open than the landscape of the Fens. Guides will take you for a walk onto an area of wetland not normally open to the public, but which is particularly good for hares.

Sunday January 31

• Big Garden Birdwatch, Taverham Mil, 10:30am-3pm, £3 per person.

Taverham Mill are taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch 2016. Come and help count up the species of birds and make apple bird feeders for your own garden.

• Brendan Cole - A Night To Remember, Norwich Theatre Royal, 3pm, Tickets £8 - £36.50.

One of Strictly Come Dancing's longest serving dancers returns to Norwich with his ballroom and Latin show. Brendan will host throughout as he leads his cast on a journey of music and dance in a spectacular performance of theatrical entertainment.

• Family Activity Trail, Titchwell Marsh, 9.30am-4pm, Activity trail £1 per pack.

Why not take part in the self-led activity trail to learn more about the birds most likely often found in gardens, school playing grounds or even in the car park at work.

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