Fri 08 Jun 2018
This weekend we’re delving into the world of farming, celebrating rural pastimes, learning about the world’s oceans and picking up pieces from local artisans.
Open Farm Sunday
Farms across the county will open their gates this Sunday as part of a national open day. Families can explore the world of farming, the story of food production and how farming affects our everyday lives through farm walks, tractor rides and meeting livestock.Find out more here.
World Oceans Weekend
Today is World Oceans Day and to mark this event Banham Zoo is hosting a splashing weekend of special activities. Raising awareness of plastic pollution and celebrating the deep blue, the activities are a great way to educate families on how we can all have an impact on the future of our seas.Find out more here.
Euston Rural Pastimes
Celebrating rural pursuits and agriculture, the Euston Rural Pastimes event will be jam packed with excitement from the Bolddog Lings FMX display team, the Sheep Show and Wildcat Aerobatics display team. With a classic car display, heavy horse show and a flower festival, there’s plenty for the whole family.Find out more here.
The Vintage and Creators Summer Market
With over 40 unique designer/makers selling everything from illustrations, ceramics, textiles, art and vintage homewares, the Summer Market at Norwich’s Catholic Cathedral is set to be a great day out. Enjoy the BBQ, get involved in retro lawn games and even commission a unique piece from a local creator.Find out more here.
Book Day at Norwich Castle
The castle is joining forces with Norfolk Library Service and Bookstart to create a pop-up library at the castle this Saturday. Why not check out this historic landmark and swing by the mobile library to get involved in crafts and stories and pick up a free book for the under-fives!Find out more here.
The Bookstart Bear will also be at the Millennium Library for Storytime at 10.15am and Babytime at 2pm. Find out more here.
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