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The final Rainbow Festival

After five years of running Rainbow Festivals, Naomi Katze is hanging up her festival hat to concentrate on her other business, Rainbow Stores & Deli in East Rudham,.

The final event is at St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn Saturday, October 27.She said: "It’s is a good one to go out on, my Samhain or Halloween Fair…. a great venue, and a bit of fun for all the family.

"We have approx. 40 stalls, including all sorts of local arts & crafts, as well as some of the more quirky and alternative stallholders too.All the stallholders dress up in suitable witchiness, and we do suggest that those coming along may like to as well… the result has been good over the years that’s for sure!

"There’s some fun for the smaller witches and wizards, including a special effects bar and ghoulish glitter face fun!There’s a sand art stall, for the children to get creative."

The event is on at the chapel in St Ann's Street between 11am and 4pm.

Drinks, hot and cold will be served, along with Norfolk pork pies & sausage rolls. Freshly made cakes & bakes.Norfolk fudge and chocolates.Vegan & vegetarian savoury & sweet food too….

So as you see, we should have a great day, and looking forward to saying goodbye to all… some of the people who come to my events, as well as the stallholders will have been with me from the start, so it’ll probably be quite emotional too!

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