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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Artwork on display at Brancaster Staithe

Six West Norfolk artists will be displaying their work over the weekend. The exhibition opens today (Friday) at Brancaster Staithe Village Hall and runs until...

Colourful floats will be on parade

It will be carnival time at Heacham on Sunday when the annual colourful parade takes place. The floats and parade entries are set to leave...

Art exhibition

Local artists Paul Ebbens and Peter Swann are staging an art exhibition called Flowers of Romance  at Cashino Penthouse, Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn, until...

Family fun trail for super sleuths in Lynn

A new, free trail around King’s Lynn is being launched to provide youngsters with a fun activity over the holidays while learning more about the...

Colourful summer festival of artwork

Members of West Norfolk Artists Association stage their summer festival exhibition from tomorrow (Saturday). The association has more than 120 members who make a wide...

Festival curtain is set to open

The 68th King’s Lynn Festival gets underway on Sunday with top international acts performing over two weeks. In the countdown to the start, a number...

Food and film at museum

True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum in King’s Lynn is holding a hog roast and showing of a short local history film as part of a...

Hear about explorer Will’s adventures

Writer, explorer and BBC presenter Will Millard is set to return to his roots at this month’s King’s Lynn Festival. Formerly from Upwell, Mr Millard...

It’s laughter all the way with duo

If it’s laughter you are after, then head to the coast for  Olly Day and Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer’s  real Norfolk show. The show, called If It’s Laughter You’re After,...

Cast steps in the right direction

Two actors who set out on their theatrical careers as youngsters attending drama workshops at Westacre Theatre, are returning to their roots. Charlie Hotson (also...