Film clues to fill town's shop windows

Paula Crossley, with a sing for the movie trail. 

Paula Crossley, with a sing for the movie trail. - Credit: Supplied by Paula Crossley

Film buffs can take part in a sleuthing adventure around North Walsham. 

More than 30 shops in the town are to take part in a movie trail by decorating their windowfronts with clues, each of which will portray a different film.

Paula Crossley - one of a team of volunteers who helps run a cinema programme at The Atrium at North Walsham High School - said the trail was to give people something fun to do during half-term, and to celebrate the return of films to the venue following coronavirus restrictions. 

The Atrium at North Walsham High School, which hosts movie nights. 

The Atrium at North Walsham High School, which hosts movie nights. - Credit: Supplied by Paula Crossley

She said: "It could be a classic or a blockbuster, a comedy or horror film – all you have to do is work out the film from the clues."

People can pick up a movie trail map from the shops taking part or from the cinema's website or Facebook page, and anyone who returns it with the films correctly filled out will go in a draw to win film tickets. 


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The trail will run from October 22 to 31. 


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