10 Things to do in north Norfolk this weekend.
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North Walsham fun day kicks off at Memorial Park on Friday. Attractions at the three-day event include a family night on Friday, a football tournament at Green's Road on Saturday and live music, games, rides and stalls at the main event on Sunday.
Buxton village garage sale runs from 10am on Sunday. More than 100 households took part last year. Maps, bacon rolls, refreshments and stalls are available at the village hall. Proceeds will go to Priscilla Bacon Lodge, the Nook Appeal, Buxton Brownies and other local good causes.
Cromer Hospital's 150th anniversary fete, which runs from 10am-3pm on Saturday, will include a raffle, a car boot sale, a barbecue, face paiting, a medieval display, international clowns Razz and Pearl, performances by youngsters from Marlene's School of Dance and the Great Cromer Bake Off.
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There's a summer fair at Millfield School, North Walsham on Saturday, with a bouncy castle, a barbecue, ponies, traditional stalls and family fun. Free entry, with proceeds going to school funds.
Enjoy an evening of jazz at Sheringham Little Theatre Hub at 7.30pm on Sunday, in the company of the Tom Harris Quartet featuring Freddie Gavita. Royal College of Music graduate Tom will be joined by Ivars Galenieks on bass, Neil Kane on drums and former Dankworth Orchestra and Ronnie's Scott's Jazz Orchestra member Freddie Gavita on trumpet. Tickets are available from the box office on 01263 822347.
See the one of country's few remaining live variety shows at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, which launches its annual end-of-the-pier show on Saturday. Running until September 9 and alternating between two shows, the summer special features an eclectic mix of pop music, West End ballads, speciality acts and humour from top comedians. Tickets are available from the box office on 01263 512495.
Pick up a handmade gift at a summer craft fair being held at St Andrew's Church, Sheringham on Saturday from 10am-4pm. With more than 25 stalls ranging from patchwork, painting and quilting, to bags, bunting and bird feeders.
Join Cromer Musuem curator Alistair Murphy for a history hike on Sunday. Walk around the town discovering the secrets of Cromer's past. Meet at the museum at 1.30pm for a 1.45pm start. Book in advance on 01263 513543.
Find out about one of Blickling Hall's more unusual features by joining a Mausoleum walk from 2pm-3.30pm on Sunday. The pyramid-shaped building was built in 1793 to a design by the architect Jospeh Bonomi. Normal admission charges apply.
See work by five Norfolk artists in the stunning grounds of Mannington Hall. The exhibition runs for the whole of the summer season. The gardens are open Wednesday-Friday from 11am-pm and on Sundays from 12pm-5pm. Phone 01263 584175.