Six things to do in Norfolk this weekend
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Need some ideas for the weekend? Here are some of the activities taking place in Norfolk on Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday 19 March
• Norwich Castle Abseil, Norwich, 9am – 4pm, £30
For one day only, Cancer Research UK is offering members of the public the chance to Abseil down Norwich's iconic castle. Participants must be over 18 years old. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
• Family Race Night With a Twist, Manor Mews, 7pm, Adults £7.50, Children £5
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- 2 Man arrested after passenger dies in Old Buckenham crash
- 3 Hopes rekindled for new £20m railway station
- 4 Plumber's plan for 'enormous' garage in his back garden rejected
- 5 'We're over the moon': Family overjoyed as missing Norwich girl returns home
- 6 Police hunting for Norwich man wanted for three weeks
- 7 Manchester City owner eyes Norfolk horse racing enterprise
- 8 Suspect identified in seafront hate attack
- 9 Man made threats to hurt ex-partner's father
- 10 Norwich man sentenced to life imprisonment after murder conviction
Norfolk Hospice is holding a race night with a twist this weekend at The Great Barn at Manor Mews. The event will include a duck race, fish and chips dinner and there will be some exciting prizes to be won.
Sunday 20 March
• Sainsbury's Sport Relief Games, University of East Anglia, 9am, free entry to event village, prices vary for flagship mile activities.
Norwich City Council is welcoming the flagship Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile to Norwich this weekend. Walk or run around the UEA campus or enjoy the 'festival vibe' of the free event village near the Sportspark. There will also be various cycling and swimming events on over the weekend.
• Halfway to Paradise - The Birth of British Rock, Museum of Great Yarmouth, Adult £5.20, Conc. £4.70, Young person (4-18) £3.90
Take a journey back to the birth of British rock this weekend with an exhibition in Great Yarmouth. Harry Hammond was one of Britain's leading showbiz photographers, starting his career in the late 1940s, he captured images of almost every leading British musician as well as visiting American artists. His work includes photos of Tommy Steele, The Beatles and Shirley Bassey.
• Sunday Nature Walk, Church Farm, Stow Bardolph, 4.30pm, £5
Explore Church farm and the surrounding woodland to see a range of nature and wildlife including deer, squirrels and badgers. Walks are £5 per person and must be booked in advance, this price includes tea and cake in the farm tea room. Email email@example.com to book your place.
• The Wedding Show, Thursford, 10.30am - 3.30pm, free entry.
The EDP Bride Magazine Wedding Show will be taking place at Thursford, Fakenham on Sunday with over 60 exhibitors, free showbook and carousel rides.
• Are you holding an event this weekend, you can list it on the EDP website.