Sheringham’s Scira Viking Festival organisers are expecting record crowds on Saturday, when the annual event will come to a spectacular close with a torchlit parade and ceremonial burning of a 28ft longboat on the beach.
A popular wildlife event being held at a Norfolk nature reserve will bring together experts in the fields of optic equipment and nature holidays, as well as featuring book-signings, walks, talks and wildlife-inspired arts and crafts.
Sheringham’s sixth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off on Saturday, with a series of workshops giving youngsters and their families a chance to kit themselves out in Norse-style garb and accessories ranging from axes and shields, to pendants and T-shirts.
A cosy seaside village is celebrating an arrival of a very special guest and team. The welcoming has been planned for nearly a year and the bunting is ready in and around Mundesley, famous for encouraging everyone to join in.
The streets of Sheringham will echo with the battle cries of an army of torch-carrying Norse warriors on February 23, when the sixth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off with axe-throwing and combat demonstrations by two Norfolk re-enactment groups.
Folk and roots favourites are making a return to the north Norfolk coast, as Sheringham Little Theatre prepares to host its second annual ‘showcase’ music event, as part of Cromer’s Folk on the pier festival.
The true story of a man’s fight to clear his son’s name after he was accused of stealing a five shilling postal order provides the backdrop for the first large-scale play at the new-look Sheringham Little Theatre.