North Norfolk Events

Over the next few weeks, snowdrops will begin to pop-up in gardens across Norfolk as the first sign of spring appears and here are seven of the best place to see the pretty white flowers.

It's shaping up to be another bumper year for events in north Norfolk.

A community arts organisation is looking to expand its programme, to include a year-round mix of events and activities for people of all ages.

Writer Jeremy Page traces a route through his roots with humour, history and love, as he walks, cycles and boats across Norfolk


A mother-of-one will star in a solo show celebrating the "weird and wonderful characters" of north Norfolk she has also written and produced.


Hundreds of fur-clad, axe-carrying Norse warriors will descend on Sheringham, when the hugely popular Scira Viking Festival kicks off on February 22 with a week-long series of talks, demonstrations and family craft workshops.

Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee is celebrating, after winning the Christmas edition of University Challenge as a member of a team of former Leeds University students.

Now that Cromer New Year's Day fireworks is done and dusted, it's time to look ahead to the rest of the year.

The new year started with a bang on the north Norfolk coast as the Cromer Fireworks dazzled the crowds and the display was captured in all its glory by drone.

Cromer has had a cracking start to the new year with a dazzling display of fireworks.

If you're looking to save money in January after splashing out over Christmas and New Year then you're in luck as there are free events taking place across Norfolk.

Cuddly isn't a word normally associated with Jeremy Paxman, but, according to Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee, the veteran broadcaster famous for his caustic comments and abrasive questioning style has mellowed in his later years.

From Little Mix at Holkham Hall to Westlife at Carrow Road, there are plenty of chart-topping boybands and girlbands heading to Norfolk in 2020.

The Cromer New Year's Day Fireworks are back with a bang for 2020 and here is all you need to know ahead of the event.

Swap board games for breaststroke this Christmas, with festive swims taking place at beaches across Norfolk and Waveney.

From old favourites to a chance to discover some of the new circular walks Norfolk County Council's Trails team have delivered over the past year, burn off the mince pies and enjoy the countryside over the festive period.

Thousands of questions have been fired at students since Dr Henry Gee's first battle of wits on University Challenge.

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