Fri 25 May 2018
From food festivals and fairy fairs to art trails and comedy gold, there’s something for everyone this second May Bank holiday!
Beccles Food & Drink Festival
Over 50 artisanal food and drink producers will be descending on Beccles for a day of tastings and demonstrations. From grass-fed raw milk, charcuteries and award-winning pies to decadent cakes, traditional Italian ice cream and real ales, this is the perfect way to kick off the weekend and celebrate the best produce the region has to offer!For more information, please click here.
Costessey Fete and Fair
Cramming heaps of fun into just two days, the Costessey Fete is set to be one big extravaganza. Sunday’s events will consist of a classic car display, military vehicles, a World War One interactive trench, a Fun Dog Show, fun fair and replica Hurricane and Spitfire aircraft. At sunset, there will be a commemorative parade by service men and women. On Monday, the food stalls and fun fair will remain to be joined by live entertainment and birds of prey displays. The weekend will be rounded off by a spectacular fireworks display, and it’s free entry for all!For more information, please click here.
Fairy Fair, Stradsett Hall
A firm favourite with families, the award-winning Fairy Fair is back for another weekend of magical activities at Primrose Woods. Children can attend fairy and elf training, tend cuddly British wildlife and send postcards to family and friends from the pixie post office. The fair raises fund for the Fairyland Trust, a local charity which introduces families to flowers, wildlife and trees. There will also be the Corncockle Café keeping people fed and the Good Elf serving award-winning local ale and cider.For more information, please click here.
Wild Things at Spring, RSPB Titchwell
With exciting nature trails and hands on activities, the Wild Things programme at RSPB Titchwell is great way to get the whole family outside and engaged with nature. Designed to get children involved with the RSPB’s Wild Challenge Awards which encourages families to help wildlife and explore nature, every child will receive a souvenir to take home. Begins on Monday 28th May and runs through half term.For more information, please click here.
Opening of Erpingham House Restaurant
If meat is not your thing, then be sure to book a table at Norwich’s latest vegan offering. Erpingham House in Tombland will feature a deli/café serving breakfast, lunch, hot drinks and superfood juices, as well as a restaurant which transitions into a cocktail bar in the evening. Opening its doors for the first time this weekend, expect a healthy menu packed with delicious dishes which are free of any animal products, and mostly gluten-free too.For more information, please click here.
Dad’s Army Weekend
The ever-popular Dad’s Army Weekend is back! The North Norfolk Railway will be taken over by the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard for two days of hilarity and recreations of the BBC classic comedy. Favourite characters Mainwaring, Wilson, Jones and Pike will be visiting Weybourne Station along with members from the Thetford Dad’s Army museum, Jones’s Butchers van and entertainment from Timescape.For more information, please click here.
Dersingham Open Gardens and Art Trail
Bringing a taste of the Chelsea Flower show to West Norfolk, twenty gardens will be open to the public and thirteen artists will be opening their studios. From painting and pottery to glass creations and photography, the art trail will show off some of the best local artistic talent, as well as some stunningly designed gardens and opportunities to enjoy delicious homemade cakes.For more information, please click here.
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