WHAT’S ON IN NORTH NORFOLK
Local website with details of things to do and events in North Norfolk
CREAKE ABBEY FARMERS MARKET – NORTH CREAKE
The first Saturday of each month. Farmers market filling three barns with wonderful local produce – local bread, Indian food, meats, cheeses, eggs and puddings. For more details see the website
WHAT’S ON AT HOLKHAM
Visit their website to see what’s on for full information regarding all events, the hall and beach.
We will add information regarding any special events to this page.
NORFOLK WILDLIFE TRUST
Norfolk Wildlife Trust organises events and activities throughout the year that provide the chance
for all the family to explore Norfolk’s amazing countryside and the wildlife that lives alongside us.
SHERINGHAM LITTLE THEATRE
Offers top class, year-round entertainment for all the family with a fantastic programme featuring
drama, hit movies, music, comedy and art exhibitions.
For more details of what’s on visit: –
BLAKENEY HARBOUR ROOMS – Popular local venue for gigs and social gatherings
Upcoming events –
April 13th 8.30 – 11.30 pm – BACKSTREET – Music from the 70’s to the present – great dance band
April 21st – 8.00 – 11.30 pm – DR FEELGOOD – Back for their annual gig – great R & R band
PENSTHORPE EASTER EGGSTRAVANZA 29th March – 15th April
This is an ideal time to visit Pensthorpe, during the school holidays, where you can find an eggciting
Easter trail to follow around the reserve to discover which Spring-themed word we are talking about as well as craft making activities & a golden egg hunt.
SHERINGHAM PARK EASTER EGG HUNT 29th March – 15th April – 10 am – 4 15 pm
Bunny has been hopping through Sheringham Park and found so much to do that a choice of two trails
has been provided to lead you to a yummy Cadbury Easter treat.
JUST CRAFTS FAIR 20th – 22nd April 2018 | Sandringham Park
The first Craft Fair of the year is always a popular event. Crafts of all sorts will be on display with
regular demonstrations and a full programme of arena events.
Adults £7, Seniors, £6.50, Children £2; Further information and advance tickets from
NORFOLK WILDLIFE TRUST 1st – 30th April
Get closer to nature on a Norfolk Wildlife Trust event! Browse the full events programme by clicking on the link below. Fun for all the family.
WHITE RABBIT EASTER TRAIL Thursday 29th March – Sunday 15th April
WELLS & WALSINGHAM LIGHT RAILWAY – Hop aboard the White Rabbit Easter Trail and join Alice in
Wonderland to hunt for clues down the line. Standard fares apply. 4s and under free.
Booking required for groups of 12 or more. Signal Box Cafe & Shop open. For more details visit –
TERIFFIC TUESDAYS AT BLAKENEY 3rd & 10th April
Join the team to learn how to catch a crab, check out the birdlife, go bug hunting, explore the grassland at Friary Hills, and more. Grab your scrapbook and collect your stickers and stamps. Stay for as little or as long as you like and start ticking off your adventures. For more details visit –
WILD WEDNESDAYS AT BRANCASTER BEACH 4th & 11th April
Join the team for a day of 50 things themed family fun at Brancaster Beach. Fly one of our kites, (or
bring your own), stone skimming, track a wild animal, build an epic sandcastle or sit back and watch the birdlife or hunt for bugs. Grab your scrapbook and collect your stickers and stamps. Stay for as little or as long as you like and start ticking off your adventures. For more details visit –
NIGHT TIME IN THE HIDE Wednesday 18th April – 7.30 – 9 pm
PENSTHORPE NATURAL PARK – An opportunity to visit the reserve in the evening and watch the birds come in to roost amongst the reed beds after all the visitors have gone home. Includes a glass of Prosecco.
Dinner optional. £12pp members/£18pp inc dinner. £15pp non-members/£21pp inc dinner.
SPRING FAIR FUN DAY – NORTH NORFOLK RAILWAY Saturday 14th April
North Norfolk Railway – Take part in fun children’s activities, meet Morgan the Railway Cat and his friends. The one and only Peppa Pig will be appearing at intervals throughout the day. A fun day out with lots to see and do for the whole family. For more details visit –