The village where the national figure was born and spent his early years begin celebrations on Friday, October 21.
On the second leg: "All we can do is go on Thursday and do our very best and try and claw those 12 points back."
Lynn left with a mountain to climb in Thursday night's second leg.
The half-term shows, in collaboration with a theatre company, will be put on at a market, including an outdoor storytelling and improvised theatre.
A town centre heritage venue is running a special Halloween workshop for children on Wednesday, October 26.
There is live music all over a three-day weekend festival which starts on October 28.
Grippy surface will play into Stars' strengths
There will be talks about the famous town figure plus a museum collaboration for an evening of historical entertainment.
Each short playlet provides an insight into everyday British life, capturing the ordinary and quirky, in this adaptation beginning October 21.
Tributes to Adele and Les Miserables are on the weekend menu.
Two contrasting acts perform over the weekend at the coastal theatre on Saturday and Sunday, October 15 and 16.
Young farmers are hosting the tractor run in aid of a Cambridge hospital’s charitable trust.
A well-known motors firm based on the Hardwick Road features in a 1987 football match in our archives from today's (Tuesday, October 11) paper.
A golf comedy with Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins starts on October 17 and an Elvis biopic follows in November.
An accomplished guitarist will perform at the village hall venue on October 26.
It is planned to include music of Fauré, Brahms, Boulanger and Ravel and the event is supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust.
October 19 sees an evening of ghostly entertainment, delivered from the pens of some of the best Victorian and Edwardian women supernatural authors.
After losing out to a Welsh colleague again, the NW Norfolk representative has retained his "title of fastest English MP" in the world-famous race.
A village hall is holding a Five Painters Exhibition this weekend, organised by a local artist.
Pink and purple were the theme colours of South West Norfolk Conservatives’ farewell party for Sir Paul and Lady Hawkins in October 1987.