There are plenty of great events being planned around north Norfolk this weekend.
Family activities will take place at two north Norfolk beauty spots next week.
Cromer saw the return of the hot weather for the highlight of carnival week, as 10,000 people were thought to have attended the event.
I took a trip to the North Norfolk coast for a tour of Wiveton Hall gardens led by the star of the hit BBC2 documentary.
A chip shop with a twist has opened its doors in Cromer and is bound to spice up your next trip to the seaside.
The highlight of carnival week is finally here.
The rain held off and the red, white and blue were flying high on Saturday night as The National Symphony Orchestra took to the grounds of Blickling Hall for the annual Great British Prom.
Anyone who regularly listens to local or national radio will have noticed a resurgence in the number of both classic disco and Northern Soul tunes permeating the airwaves.
A literary salon, a night of Caribbean fun and a mini-music festival are all coming up at an Arts and Crafts-style house near the north Norfolk coast.
Second-hand clothes for mothers, babies and children will go on sale to raise money for a breast-feeding clinic in Holt.
This tribute to musical theatre showcases some of Norfolk’s rising and brightest shining stars.
A newly-qualified actor is waiting in the wings to make his summer drama debut back home on a stage where he first appeared as an eight-year-old.
Were you at Classic Ibiza featuring Urban Soul Orchestra at Blickling Estate on Friday night?
A Norfolk business which sells giant buckets of chips with homemade toppings is set to open in Cromer and Norwich.
Summer is in full swing in north Norfolk and, this weekend, there is a whole host of family-friendly events taking place across the area. Here are 10, some of which are raising cash for some fantastic local good causes.
There’s plenty of films showing at Cromer’s Movieplex and the Atrium in North Walsham over the next week.
A Beccles artist is to display nearly 100 paintings at an exhibition later this month.
The organisers of a series of open-air concerts at Cromer Hall have promised the event will return bigger and better in 2019 after this year’s gigs drew around 10,000 people.
Final preparations are being made for one of the county’s biggest open-air events.
Cromer carnival is just days away.
A sand drawing competition is to take place on Cromer beach around a huge outline of the British Isles.
There is a jam-packed programme of food and drink events taking place across the county this summer.
Raffish librarian Norman is at the centre of the action, and a trio of women, in Living Together – the latest offering in the Sheringham Little Theatre summer drama season.
September will get off to a mouth-watering start with the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival returning to Holkham Hall.
Wanted – a friendly, relaxed and obedient actor, with four legs, a waggy tail and a cold, wet nose.
Sheringham Little Theatre’s regularly impressive professional summer shows return again this year and ‘Double Double’, the second of five, is a corker.
Aeroplanes and automobiles from the annals of history will go on show at an airfield near Norwich.
An internationally renowned organist is planning to travel to north Norfolk from the Norwegian town of Nordfjordeid for a church recital.
Romantic thriller Double Double launches on Friday, August 3 as the second of five dramas in Sheringham Little Theatre summer season.
Summer isn’t complete without the Proms - one of the very finest musical traditions in British culture.
It has been four decades since Grease first went onto the big screen and into our hearts and party playlists.
Fancy a trip to the cineam this week? There’s plenty playing at the Movieplex in Cromer.
What do you know about the Norfolk highwayman Thomas Easter?
The Gunton Arms in North Norfolk is set to host an even bigger event than last year.
We’re doing it all again next year!
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