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A beer festival celebrating the best of Norfolk's independent breweries marks the start of Cromer Carnival on Friday (August 16) and, with Cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation (CVEO) celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the hugely popular annual event looks set to be bigger and better than ever.

The streets are alive with the sound of music in Fakenham today as the town holds its third annual music festival.

One of the county's most beautiful coastal estates plays host to the event for the 10th year.

From Boudicca Way to Burgh Castle, head outdoors over August bank holiday weekend and try one of these brilliant Norfolk walks.

Intrigue in the sun and the follies of the idle rich are among the themes of Sheringham Little Theatre's final shows of the summer season.

Alan Ayckbourn is well-known for spinning comedy gold from the dull threads of surburban banality and 'Absurd Person Singular' at Sheringham's Little Theatre on Friday night was no exception.

One of Norfolk's heritage railways will steam its way through the festive season with a blaze of colour, music and pyrotechnics.

The second half of Cromer Carnival's fun-packed fortnight for children kicks off on Monday (August 12), with events and activities ranging from a sandcastle competition and a duck race, to a scavenger hunt and a party on the pier.

Artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb is exhibiting a new collection of her work at Mundesley Methodist Church.

Music fans and festival workers have expressed their disappointment over the last-minute cancellation of a major dance event in Norfolk.

From a trampoline park to adventure play centre, don't let bad weather rain on your parade with plenty of brilliant indoor activities to enjoy in Norfolk.

Festival-goers have been left devastated after the Norfolk festival was cancelled just hours before it was due to start.

From maize mazes to a maze of yew - places to get lost this summer

Hundreds of people are expected to flock to Cromer for the town's annual soapbox derby.

From juicy strawberries and raspberries to crunchy apples, here are seven of the best places in Norfolk to pick your own fruit this summer.

Director Brendan Murray successfully stimulated a sold out audience's curiosity on Friday night with this deliciously dark summer theatre offering from Sheringham Little Theatre.

From Arminghall to Harford Park and Ride, here are 11 of the best car boot sales in Norfolk where you can be sure to bag a bargain.

One of the region's biggest music festivals is set to return, boasting one of the country's most iconic ska bands in its line-up.

The Georgian town of Holt was set alight by performers and musicians, with art exhibitions and literary events also drawing in the crowds, at the annual festival.

Holt

A ginger cat and his pals will be welcoming visitors to the North Norfolk Railway on August 18, at a special event featuring the stars of a children's book written by a volunteer at the popular attraction.

A pair of life-sized elephant puppets will be one of the star attractions at this year's Sheringham Carnival, which kicks off on Saturday (August 3) with events including a sandcastle competition and a family concert at St Peter's Church.

More than 120 exhibits will be on offer as a popular annual rally make its return.

The line-up features something for everyone, from great food and drink to crafts, demonstrations and lots of shopping.

Nigel Havers, the son of the former Attorney General Sir Michael Havers has starred in numerous productions both on stage, screen and TV for the best part of 50 years. He is best known for playing the quintessential, old school Englishman with dashing good looks, cut-glass accent and thoroughly charming manner.

The organisers of the North Walsham Beer Festival are hoping to make this year's event the best ever in its seven-year history.

Get your picnic rugs, glow sticks and dancing shoes ready as the outdoor dance-party of the summer is back for 2019.

A Norfolk mother is staging a poignant but funny drama about dealing with terminal cancer at this summer's Edinburgh Fringe festival before staging it in her home county.

The village of Bodham in north Norfolk was once again rocking to the sound of local music acts as its eighth annual festival celebrated Norfolk Day in style.

Norfolk Day 2019

More trains than usual will stop in Worstead this weekend to coincide with the historic village's annual festival.

Sheringham Little Theatre's sizzling Summer Theatre season kicked off in hilarious style on Thursday night with the frenetic Ray Cooney farce 'Funny Money'.

From a Wizard of Oz afternoon tea to David Walliams' Mr Stink live on stage, there is plenty to keep the kids entertained over the summer holidays in Norfolk and Waveney.

An 'all metal tribute to the Bee Gees and beyond' will be one of the headline acts at this year's Reepham music festival.

Flo & Joan, (real life sisters Nicola and Rosie Dempsey), were the musical comedy act heading the main programme at the Auden Theatre on Monday evening.

Two Norfolk seaside spots made The Sunday Times' best beaches in Britain list recently.

A South African artist, now based in north Norfolk, won Holt Festival's Sir John Hurt Art Prize and a cheque for £1,750.

Holt

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