The site near Swaffham is part of Norfolk Open Gardens’ final openings of the year to show off their array of colourful beds and borders this autumn.
A professional company invites the public to don deerstalker caps and join them for some super silly detective work in an outdoor performance.
Proceeds from the fundraising music and hog roast evening will be going to East Anglian Air Ambulance.
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The Yorkshire club have signed up the Great Britain Dersingham-based rider, who was recently released, to replace another former Stars racer.
A Gardening with Disabilities group will host a talk at a coastal village which will give plenty of advice on Friday, August 19.
The pop icon, part of arguably the biggest band of all time, will be honoured and remembered with a special show on September 18.
'He probably just thought he nearly got beaten by a silly little kid!' – 19-year-old speedway youngster reacts to the derby battle.
After a two-year rest, the weekend festival is back for three days from Friday, August 19, with shucking by talented chefs and served six ways.
Since 2007 the event has supported QEH, Tapping House, East Anglia Children’s Hospice, the EA Air Ambulance and Norfolk Churches Trust.
A world-renowned Queen tribute band, playing all eras of music, is coming to a local theatre next week.
Making the most of an outdoor stage under canvas canopy, the production will feature six all-action performances from August 18 to 27.
Celebrating 60 years as a group and one of the most respected bands of the 1960s, they begin their tour on Thursday, September 15.
The heritage centre in town will entertain a guest speaker on August 17 at a converted fire station with stories and photographs.
Lookbacks from Roydon, a Great Massingham visit from Ken ‘they think it’s all over’ Wolstenholme and Stow Bridge are among Memory Lane highlights.
The borough council will bring a day full of entertainment this weekend including judging motorbikes for a ‘People’s Choice award’.
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Club releases the news on the eve of the new National League North season.
Singer and guitarist has released her debut album and is influenced by legends such as Joni Mitchell, Nick Drake and Laura Marling.