Norfolk Day 2019

The organiser of a 24-hour Norfolk Day boxathon to smash the stigma around mental health has hailed the event as “absolutely phenomenal”.

Hundreds of runners have braved the elements to take part a Norfolk Day parkrun and Norfolk Day 10k race.

The village of Bodham in north Norfolk was once again rocking to the sound of local music acts as its eighth annual festival celebrated Norfolk Day in style.

From mouth-watering baking to colourful crafts, members of one of the county’s most-loved organisations honoured their centenary year as they gathered to celebrate Norfolk Day.

Thousands have been flocking to the Norfolk coast as a much-loved seaside festival makes its return.

The family of a brewer from Norfolk, Virginia, enjoyed a taste of traditional British fare during a trip to the UK to celebrate Norfolk Day.

Volunteers made it their Norfolk Day mission to clean up the county by picking up litter along the coastline.

Residents at a Norwich care home celebrated Norfolk Day with a nostalgia event.

Television presenter Jake Humphrey, who grew up in Norfolk, reads a special love letter to Norfolk.

Journalists at the Eastern Daily Press and Evening News were given a treat yesterday courtesy of a birthday cake made by members of the Norfolk WI.

From an airshow, to cake sales, cribbage and more there’s lots taking place on Saturday July 27, here is your ultimate guide to what to do on the big day.

With Norfolk Day 2019 just around the corner, dozens of events will be taking place across mid Norfolk.

A musician has recorded a Norfolk Day song.

West Norfolk has a packed schedule of entertainment for Norfolk Day on Saturday July 27 from quizzes to exhibitions.

The countdown is on and the exciting is building as Norfolk Day returns to the county for a second time but if you’re still unsure of how to celebrate, here are a few more ideas.

The bucket and spade are a summer holiday classic, and now, to celebrate Norfolk Day, families are being encouraged to complete a sculpture trail featuring giant versions of the holiday favourites.

To celebrate Norfolk Day, council employees from across the county are planning to swap their office chairs for bicycle seats and suits for Lycra as they embark on a cycle relay around the county.

From beach cleans to fun days and fireworks, with Norfolk Day just around the corner on Saturday July 27 here’s some ways you can get involved and celebrate life in the east of this fine county.

Come Saturday, people across the county will be putting up the bunting and getting together to celebrate what a wonderful place Norfolk is, and as the county parties Norwich will be leading the way.

From one of the region’s biggest air shows to community picnics and history displays, there are plenty of things being planned around South Norfolk to mark Norfolk Day.

Football fans and families are being urged to come together this Saturday to celebrate Norfolk Day in Dereham.

From rock concerts to community picnics and craft fairs, there are plenty of things being planned around north Norfolk to mark Norfolk Day.

Bikers and farmers will come together this Saturday to celebrate Norfolk Day in Fakenham Market Place.

Property developer Lovell Homes is holding a charity Hog Roast event to support Norfolk Day.

From colourful characters to eco warriors when we asked youngsters from across the county to get creative and come up with a Norfolk superhero, they did not disappoint.

Here are some of the biggest events to watch out for on Norfolk Day.

People across Norfolk and as far as America will be able to toast Norfolk Day with a special beer brewed especially for the occasion.

Norfolk Day 2019 is just around the corner. From coffee mornings to airshows, music festivals and talent contests, come Saturday, July 27, a vast array of events are being planned across the county.

Alternative rock band the Naked Lights and Norwich bar circuit regular DJ Hagstor will be headlining this year’s Rock Bodham music festival, which, timed to coincide with Norfolk Day, kicks off on the village playing fields on July 27.

From superheroes inspired by Boudica to the need to look after our planet, hundreds of youngsters have answered our call to design a Norfolk superhero.

A Norwich based Morris dancing group are set to dance their way around the county for Norfolk Day.

There’s just one month to go until Norfolk Day 2019 and as the big day approaches those already taking part are encouraging even more people to join them get involved too.

For more than a decade, Norfolk’s Big C charity has been encouraging people to put the kettle on and get baking for its Big Cuppa campaign.

An annual celebration of rural life, farming, and the rich history of north Norfolk, returns this year with a slight twist.

There are just 50 days to go until Norfolk Day 2019 and as the countdown to the big day begins dozens of people, community groups and more are preparing to celebrate what a wonderful place Norfolk is.

There are just 50 days to go before Norfolk Day 2019, and as the excitement mounts we want to hear how you plan to mark the day which is all about celebrating what a wonderful place Norfolk is.

Could you capture a Norfolk beyond the cliches, and see your image exhibited in a special Norfolk Day exhibition? If so then want to hear from you.

Children and their parents are being encouraged to go wild for Norfolk Day as The Norfolk Wildlife Trust announces it will be celebrating the day by putting on a host of free family friendly activities.

Our county has long had links with America, but they are set to be given a Norfolk Day twist.

Runners are set to put their Parkrun on the Norfolk Day map as it hosts a special run for the event’s second year.

He has already sent out a rallying call for people to get involved in Norfolk Day.

As part of our celebration of Norfolk, we’ve asked each of our Norfolk Day ambassadors to share what they love about the county.

From stage hands to social media reporters, photographers and more, every year Norwich Pride relies on the help and support of 150 volunteers to make the celebration a success.

Gorleston’s Cliff Top Festival will kick off this year on Norfolk Day.

The sun’s out, the clocks have sprung forward and it’s time to start planning how to celebrate Norfolk Day – a task which will be made a whole lot easier by the launch of this year’s official Norfolk Day shop.

TV and radio presenter Jake Humphrey has thrown his weight behind Norfolk Day by becoming our latest ambassador for the event and encouraging everyone to get involved.

Businesses, charities and community leaders have come together to discuss and share ideas about how to make this year’s Norfolk Day even better than last year.

A team of dedicated volunteers plan to box through the night to deliver a knock-out blow to the stigma surrounding mental health.

Norfolk Day and Norwich Pride are taking place on the same day!

The Woman’s Institute and cake, they’re a classic pairing which go together like strawberries and cream, fish and chips or gin and tonic.

Norfolk Day 2019 is off to a flying start as one of the county’s most popular airshows announces it will coincide with the day dedicated to celebrating what a wonderful county Norfolk is.

From royalty to national treasures and well known local personalities, the inaugural Norfolk Day received the backing of dozens of famous faces.

It’s official - Norfolk Day is returning for a second year and people across the county are being encouraged to get involved and celebrate what a wonderful place Norfolk is.

Norfolk Day is returning and we want you to help make sure it’s bigger and better than ever before!

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