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Things to do in North Norfolk over the Bank Holiday weekend

PUBLISHED: 14:42 03 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:48 03 May 2018

It's 30 years since Happisburgh Lighthouse was saved by community action. Picture: Ian Burt

It's 30 years since Happisburgh Lighthouse was saved by community action. Picture: Ian Burt

Here are some things to do in north Norfolk over the bank holiday weekend.

Horning Boat Show

Horning, May 5, 10am-5pm. Celebration of the Broads boating heritage: past, present and future.

Day Out With Thomas

North Norfolk Railway, Sheringham Station, May 5-7

Mildred’s Fabulous Maypole Fete

Bewilderwood, Hoveton, May 5-7, 10am-5.30pm. Bewilderwood fete and spring celebrations.

Railway Open Day

Ashmanhaugh Light Railway, May 6, 2pm-5pm

Lighthouse Open Day

Happisburgh Lighthouse, May 6-7, 10.30am-4pm,

Grab a ride on the Coasthopper -

The new Coasthopper bus route in north Norfolk has been re-launched with extended services through Overstrand, Trimingham and Mundesley and on to North Walsham.

The Word Defiant at Blickling Hall

A new art installation marking a new chapter for the National Trust’s greatest book collection.

The Mannington Estate

Bluebell walk guided by countryside warden, Andy Watson, on Sunday, May 6 at 11am

Rubber Ring play in Sheringham. A play that was inspired by the north Norfolk town will be playing at the town’s Little Theatre.

James McDermott’s play Rubber Ring is on at 7.30pm on Saturday, May 5

First World War exhibition

A new exhibition looks at the Museum of the Broads at Stalham Staithe life in Broadland during the First World War.

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