A Second World War Home Guard battalion and legendary garden designer Humphry Repton were among the characters greeting visitors to Sheringham Park at the weekend, as part of a living history event organised by a group of National Trust volunteeres.
According to Cromer actress and hypnotherapist Beverley Bishop, sharing a smile with a stranger is the perfect way to brighten your day, and with benefits ranging from exercising the heart and lungs, to building relationships, laughter really is the best medicine.
Dancers taking part in Sheringham’s annual Potty Morris and Folk Festival took advantage of World Cup fever on Saturday, and escaped to the town’s almost deserted beach to unwind after their Guinness World Record attempt.
The streets of Sheringham were filled with the sound of tapping clogs and clashing sticks, as nearly 50 morris sides from all over the country danced their way into the record books at Sheringham’s 25th annual Potty Morris and Folk Festival.
The EDP and North Norfolk News campaign Enjoy Cromer More is asking Cromer Junior School pupils to get their paints, crayons, scissors and glue out for a chance to win fantastic prizes including a family ticket to Cromer Pier’s famous Summer Show.
North Norfolk Community Transport (NNCT) passengers are set to travel in style, after the charity took delivery of a new, £35,000 minibus, paid for with a grant from a trust set up by supermarket giant Morrisons.
Sheringham Little Theatre is appealing to outgoing, friendly and flexible people to take on volunteer roles ranging from showing audiences to their seats and selling ice creams, to helping backstage, selling programmes and manning its busy ‘Hub’ coffee bar.
Work by a group seven artists drawn together by shared love of Norfolk will be on show at the Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, in an exhibition featuring paintings and sculpture depicting the county’s coast and countryside.
An internationally acclaimed guitarist is to make a return visit to St Andrew’s Church, at Lammas, near Aylsham, on June 22, in a concert featuring music ranging from classical pieces, to chart hits by Queen and the Beatles.
He was dubbed ‘Mini Monet’ when he first hit the headlines at the age of six, but, now nearly 16 and almost six feet tall, child art prodigy Kieron Williamson is looking to shake off the ‘mini’ moniker and carve a career as a ‘grown up’ artist. KAREN BETHELL spoke to him ahead of his latest exhibition and book launch.
A crab and lobster-themed seafood trail around Sheringham saw nearly 20 cafés, pubs and restaurants tempt shoppers’ taste buds with speciality dishes created in their kitchens from fresh, local ingredients.