From fossil hunting on the beach to sampling the best of the county’s crafts, food and produce, there’s a host of things to do in north Norfolk this half term. Here are just ten of the many family-friendly events on offer.
Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival got off to a cracking start, with hundreds turning out to see local chefs in action at an open-air cookery theatre, browse more than 50 stalls and sample locally-produced food ranging from artisan bread, to pickles and preserves.
Sheringham Dementia Friendly Community (SDFC) teamed up with the town’s carnival committee to mark Dementia Action Fortnight with a sponsored ‘memory walk’ along the seafront in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society.
After former BBC health correspondent Clare Smith and her teenage daughter Ally were diagnosed with autism on the same day, they vowed to battle to raise awareness and improve the lives of others living with the condition. KAREN BETHELL spoke to them about their efforts...
Cuddly animals ranging from young goats, to ducklings, chicks and a Shetland pony were among the attractions at the fourth annual Kids for Kids day, held at Stody Lodge Gardens, near Holt, at the weekend.
A group of Sheringham nursery school pupils had a chance to enjoy their very own professional music recital, when they were visited by two members of the acclaimed Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Neighbours of a man whose catalogue of anti-social behaviour led to him being forced out of his Sheringham flat have spoken out about the impact living “in the middle of a nightmare” has had on their lives.
Sheringham Town Council is appealing to the families of servicemen whose names are listed on the town war memorial to share memories and photographs of their forebears, as part of a project aimed at commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.