Six things to do in Norfolk this weekend

Wells Beach, where a Clean for The Queen event is being held this weekend. Picture: DAVID THACKER

Wells Beach, where a Clean for The Queen event is being held this weekend. Picture: DAVID THACKER - Credit:

Take a look at our guide to some of the activities happening in Norfolk this weekend.

Saturday March 5

•Women Reaching Women, Norwich Forum, 10am-5pm, free entry.

Celebrate International Women's Day 2016 early at this day of music, crafts and storytelling. The theme of the day is 'Different Lives, Different Stories' and everyone and anyone is welcome to attend.

•Craft and Gift Fayre, Filby village Hall, 10am-4pm, free entry.

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Visit the Crafty Gang's monthly event and browse a wide range of stalls featuring items such as handmade jewellery, cake, books, shabby chic items and glass work.

•Rent: The Musical, UEA Drama Studio, 7.30pm, £10 per person.

The UEA Drama Society's annual musical is always their biggest show of the year, and for 2016 they are staging a performance of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize Winning, Rent. The musical tells the story of a year in the life of a group of friends living in New York, struggling with their careers, love lives and the effects of the AIDs epidemic.

•Clean for The Queen, Wells Beach, 10am-12pm, free entry.

Clean for The Queen is a campaign by Country Life Magazine that aims to bring together the public in order to substantially clean Britain in honour of the Queen's 90th Birthday. To help celebrate, Holkham Nature Reserve is holding a cleaning event to do their bit. All resources will be provided on the day, as well as refreshments.

Sunday March 6

•Mothers VIP Day, Bure Valley Railway, 11am, Adults £23.50, children (5-15) £12.50 and children (under 5) £5.

Remember its Mother's Day! Treat mum to a special train journey and lunch package. Starting in Wroxham, the steam train travels nine miles through Norfolk countryside to arrive at Aylsham. Once there enjoy, drinks, a two course meal and a special gift for each mother before taking the train back to Wroxham.

•Heritage Walk, Wind Energy Museum, 11am-2pm, £10 per person.

Take an informal guided tour through the picturesque Dewbeck wood, along the river to the Wind Energy Museum and watch a demonstration of Thurne mill before enjoying a strawberry cream tea. Booking is essential for this event.

•Are you holding an event this weekend? You can list it on the EDP website here.

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