The Watton Craft Fair is held every other month starting from March with free entry at the Queens Hall in Watton. We are a collection of stalls for home-made items and gifts such as candles, jewelry, cards and much more.
Family Fun & Something for everyone at Carbrooke Village Fete - Raffle, Fun & Games, Bouncy Castle, Hot food, Craft stalls, Plants, Bric - A - Brac, Car-Boot pitches available, Bar, - All on the Village Green and in the Village Hall.
It is a monthly fair held on the last Sunday of every month. The fair has been running for 20 years so is well established with a good customer base and some great quality dealers. There is capacity for 70 stands. Eclectic mix of antiques, collectables and vintage items.
Come enjoy a fantastic day out at the Moth in a China Shop annual Charity Beer and Music Festival!
There is something for all the family, including:
" Live music (we defy you not to be up and dancing with the bands!
Join the team and discover the exciting creatures that lurk in the watery underworld surrounding Oxburgh Hall. Grab a net and see what you can catch, maybe a dragonfly nymph or water boatman.
Suitable for children aged 5 and above.
CHILDREN MUST BE ACC. Booking Not Needed.
Celebrate National Meadows Day with the Outdoors Team at Oxburgh Hall by enjoying a ramble through a meadow. Enjoy mini-beast hunting and discover the wildlife that lives amongst the grasses and flowers growing there. The day will also focus on counting a. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
Learn about wild edible plants in the woods and parkland; with identification tips, guidance and the chance to try out some tasty wild food treats.
The session can accommodate vegan and/or gluten free diets; please state when booking.
Many beautiful gardens open including the gardens at Barton Bendish Hall. Historic St Mary’s Church open. Ploughman’s Lunches, Afternoon Teas. Raffle and Plant Stall, Children’s
Trail and Display of Vintage and Classic Cars.
Proceeds to St Andrew’s Church. Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charming 4 acre country garden surrounds an attractive farmhouse: Formal quadrants with obelisks. ’Hot spot’ of grasses and gravel. Small arboretum with unusual specimen trees. Pleached lime walk, vegetable parterre and rose tunnel.
An exhibition of village life in 1939
1939 National Register information
Family trees and history for all village households
Property records and photographs
Newspaper articles ,Ordnance Survey Maps
Baptism Marriage and Burial records
Activities & Refreshments
Filled rolls - Home made cakes
Raffle - Stalls
Explore 4x4 is swapping four wheels for four paws to bring you Explore Paw x Paw - the event all dogs have been waiting for!
A 5km off road woodland Fun Run or Fun Walk for Dogs and Humans of all kinds!
15 gardens open throughout the village. Tea and cakes served in the church and in some gardens. Tickets/maps £5.00 available from St Mary’s Church. Car park behind the church and at outlying properties. Proceeds to East Anglian Air Ambulance and St Mary’s Church Fabric fund.
Buy top quality, pre-loved baby and children’s items at a fraction of their high street price ... direct from local parents!
Grab a bargain…
CLOTHES ? TOYS ? SHOES ? PUSHCHAIRS ? MOSES BASKETS ? SEATS ? JUMPEROOS ? FURNITURE ? PLAY MATS ? WALKERS ? OUTDOOR TOYS ? SAFETY EQUIPMENT ? MATERNITY CLOTHING ?
Queens Hill Primary School and Nursery, Fieldfare Way, Costessey, Norwich NR8 5AZ
Join us for another FREE great event, showcasing all that South Norfolk has to offer. There will be plenty of fun activities, performers, stalls, stands and food & drink. You can also find out all about the services South Norfolk Council has to offer.
South Norfolk Council Offices, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton, Norwich
Special Evening Lecture to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act--women could now vote! The talk shows suffragettes and female politicians told through their portrayals in art.
The talk will explore the story of suffragettes through portayals in art, and their own artistic productions.
On approx ¼ acre plot the garden, lovingly created from scratch by the owners, is a mix of traditional and more exotic mediterranean planting. A large deck overlooks main lawn with planted pergolas and arbour. Views across to Drayton church gives interest and privacy.
On Tuesday 17th July 2018, Kings Lynn Race for Life will bring thousands of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
Race for Life 5k is great for all ages.
Jacob Overture for Strings
Haydn Symphony No.22 in Eb “The Philosopher”
Mozart Violin Concerto in A major
Bartok Rumanian Folk Dances
Clio Gould – Violin/Director
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30 West Parade is a recently established family garden. There are large mixed borders, unusual trees, shrubs and climbers/rambling roses and lavender lined paths, all encouraging bees and other wildlife. Secluded courtyard area with some exotic planting, as well as enclosed dining areas and a large lawn.
29 West Parade is a walled Victorian town garden which has been developed over the last 20 years. There are some rare and unusual plants, flower borders, box and yew hedging, espaliered fruit, several fine specimen trees, medlar, small meadow area and vegetable plot.
Bead & Pearl Supplies for the Home Jewellery Maker
Many different gemstone beads like jade, turquoise, pearls, agates, jasper, carnelian, coral etc. Plus our popular discount beads at £2 per string or six strings for £10! And hand-crafted beaded jewellery designed by The Bead Queen.
The George Hotel, Arlington Lane, Newmarket Road, Norwich
Fully productive Victorian kitchen garden with original vine houses, double herbaceous borders, ice house, and Norfolk Heritage Fruit orchard. Formal Georgian pleasure gardens with yew topiary, rose gardens and lawns and newly planted Orangry.
Join us for tea, coffee & home-baked cakes served 2pm - 4pm every Sunday from 27 May to 2 September. There will be live performances from local musicians on the following dates:
27 May - Sonrisa
10 June - The Occasional Garden Singers
24 June - Sarah Smith
8 July - Los Perroflautas
15 July - Jaki and Sarah
Join us for an evening of music & fun with The He-Hews, “Sophisticated silliness from flapper to disco with a New Orleans twist”. Bring your own picnic, chairs, rugs etc. Hot drinks available during the interval. For full details please visit plantationgarden.co.
Some of the best circus shows from around the world are coming to Norwich this summer to mark 250 years of circus. The international contemporary circus shows are all appearing in Norwich for the first time.
After our successful event last year we are delighted to announce that the Freemen Free Admission for the Museum of Norwich and Strangers’ hall is being repeated this summer.
There will be free admission for the public at Strangers’ Hall Museum and The Museum of Norwich from 24th July – 5th August.
The exhibition reunites, for the first time in 300 years, rare works of art and objects depicted in an enigmatic painting The Paston Treasure, which chronicles one of the greatest art collections of 17th century England.
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery Castle Hill Norwich
Join Poppy Damazer and Katie Hewson for ‘Memories of Love’ on Saturday 7th July.
Katie Hewson (soprano) and Poppy Damazer (mezzo-soprano) accompanied by Howard Williams, will perform a variety of songs and duets in the memory of love on Saturday 7 July at 7.30pm at United Reformed Church, Princes Street, Norwich.
4 acre walled garden dating back to the C12. Extensive lawns with specimen trees. Borders with many rare and unusual shrubs. Spectacular herbaceous borders flanked by yew hedges. Rose beds, meadow labyrinth, kitchen garden, woodland walk and long border with hostas and bamboo walk. Popular plant sales.
Church Fete 3 - 6 pm
Children’s Fancy Dress and Games, Bowling, Bean Bags, Skittles, Marbels
Bouncy Castle, Face Painting. Raffle
Stalls, local crafts etc
BBQ, Cream Teas, Refreshments, Licensed Bar with Pimms, Pulham St Mary Cider, etc.
The Grange, North Green Road, Pulham St Mary, Diss
At the Bishop’s Garden, NR3 1SB
Join Norwich Puppet Theatre for a special day in the beautiful setting of the Bishop’s Garden, Norwich.
Enjoy showings of Like a Tree and join in the puppet making workshops - plus poetry, music, cakes and refreshments and more!
Norwich Puppet Theatre St James Whitefriars Norwich
Rosetta and John Ellis from Dulas Penol, Station Road, Pulham St Mary, Norfolk IP21 4QS is hosting a Blooming Great Tea Party to raise funds for Marie Curie on Saturday 30th June 2018. The event at Dulas Penol will include: Refreshments, Games, Plants, Raffle, Bring and Buy, Crafts, Cakes Stall, Books, Competitions.
Are you 15-17 years-old? NCS is a 3-4 week experience that helps build your confidence and self belief so that you can take on anything in life.
Live away from home, develop skills and meet amazing people. Food, accommodation and activities, all in for up to £50.
When was the last time you felt unstoppable?
1½ acres of gardens developed since the 1980s for all year interest. There are mature and unusual trees and shrubs and riotous herbaceous borders. Explore the maze of paths to find 4 informal ponds, a tree house, the sunken garden, greenhouses and woodland walks.