Fri 01 Jun 2018
As half term draws to a close and the slew of bank holidays end, we’re probably all preparing for the coming weeks back at school and work. But there’s plenty of exciting events going on in Norfolk to get you out and making the most of this weekend.
Stalham Fringe Festival
Keep an eye out for the white and red balloons which will guide you to performances by local bands, buskers, choirs and dancers. In between all that revelry, relax in the street, grab a hog roast, browse local shops and check out the puppet making workshop this Sunday.For more information, click here.
Jarrold Ladies Day, Fakenham Races
Ladies, this is your chance to get all dressed up in your finest attire and enjoy a glamorous day out at the races. On Sunday, there will be competitions for the best dressed lady, best dressed couple and best hat, so be sure your other half scrubs up well too!For more information, click here.
Wells at War Weekend
This popular event at the ‘World’s Smallest Public Railway’ will take place again this year with music from the era, re-enactors, displays and a flypast by a Hawker Hurricane. Bringing the spirit, humour and style of the World War Two to the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway, it’s a great Day out for the whole family.For more information, click here.
A Sprinkle of Spring, Pensthorpe
Explore the great outdoors at Pensthorpe Nature Park with their final weekend of ‘A Sprinkle of Spring’. Spend the day pond-dipping, learning about red squirrels, making nature-inspired crafts and getting lost in the spring trail which weaves through the wetlands and woodlands.For more information, click here.
Stradsett Country and Craft Show
There’s fun for all the family at this good old-fashioned country day out. Be entertained by chainsaw carving, gourmet food stalls, motorcycle stunt displays, sheep shearing, petting farms, The Festival of Dogs, rural crafters and plenty of local musicians. It’s going to be a jam-packed weekend!For more information, click here.
Bees are having a bit of a moment. To celebrate the value of this indispensable species, the West Norfolk Bee-keeping Association will be at the stunning Oxburgh Hall on Saturday so children (and adults) can learn about the wonderful world bees through interactive displays, activities and walking trails.For more information, click here.
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