What’s On in Norfolk – 46 Dates for Your Diary in 2022

There are loads of amazing upcoming events in Norfolk throughout the year! Food festivals, sporting events, local fairs, city extravaganzas and music festivals… there’s plenty to keep you busy, whether you’re a foodie, live music lover or thrill seeker!

These events are a great way to explore and enjoy the best of Norfolk England – add them to your 2022 diary now!

Please do check back as I will update this post regularly when I am able to confirm dates for some annual Norfolk events and festivals which were cancelled in 2020 and 2021.

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Please check that your chosen event or festival is going ahead as planned before setting out.

What’s On in Norfolk in January

Norwich Tunnel of Light

Dates: 1st – 5th January (the lights stay on until midnight each day)

Location: St Peter Mancroft Church, Hay Hill, Norwich NR2 1QQ

Tickets: free event

The Norwich Tunnel of Light has wowed visitors to Norfolk since 2016. With more than 57,000 LED lights on display and over five miles of cabling, this light show creates a sparkling festive scene in the centre of Norwich.

The light show is always changing so you will definitely want to hang around and walk through it more than once.

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Walsingham Abbey Snowdrops

Dates: 24th January – early March

Location: Walsingham Abbey, Common Place, Walsingham NR22 6BP

Tickets: £6 for adults, £2.50 for children 6-16 and free for children under 6.

Walsingham Abbey is one of the best places to see snowdrops in Norfolk. Carpets of snowdrops and other winter flowers cover over 18 acres of woodland around the Abbey and along the banks of the River Stiffkey, which meanders through the grounds.

Snowdrops along the River Stiffkey at Walsingham Abbey

What’s On in Norfolk in February

King’s Lynn Fairground Mart

Dates: Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn PE30 1JJ

Location: 12th – 20th February

Tickets: free event with ticketed rides and stalls

The Kings Lynn Mart, which has been pitching up in the centre of the town for more than 800 years, includes traditional fair rides and stalls as well as more adrenalin inducing rides like the Tornado.

For two weeks, including Valentines day and February half-term, King’s Lynn will see thousands of people who come to experience all the fun of the travelling fair. Locals have a saying, “Mart weather”, to describe a February cold snap which sees the fun fair being set up in the snow.

Children’s Day, in which all rides are reduced to £1 except for the Booster, dodgems and cars, takes place on Monday February 14th.

Love Light Festival

Dates: 17th – 19th February

Location: city wide

Tickets: free event

Held on dark February nights in the City of Stories, this free festival lights up Norwich with stunning installations, projections and performances which will delight residents and visitors.

Architectural landmarks are transformed into vibrant artworks, renowned artists give fabulous performances, and the city centre procession is the star of the show. With themes of love and belonging, Love Light Norwich creates a beautiful and evocative experience.

England’s Women v Spain’s Women

Dates: 20th February

Location: Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich NR1 3JE

Tickets: from £10 – get tickets here

This women’s football match is part of the Arnold Clark Cup, a new tournament where four of the world’s top ten teams compete in February across three match days and at three different venues.

England will play Spain at Carrow Road, the home of Norwich City Football Club, giving football fans the opportunity to watch some of the world’s best players as they prepare for the UEFA Women’s European Championships in July 2022.


What’s On in Norfolk in March

Norfolk Maker’s Festival

Dates: 9th – 20th March

Location: Norwich Forum, Bethel Street, Millennium Plain, Norwich NR2 1BH

Tickets: free event

Scores of local artists and craftspeople will showcase their talents at the Norfolk Makers Festival through open exhibitions, hands-on activities, workshops, demonstrations and talks.

Whether you love weaving, knitting, jewellery making, pottery or more diverse handicrafts, there will be something here for you.

Deepdale Spring Market & Hygge

Dates: 26th – 28th March

Location: Dalegate Market, Main Road, Burnham Deepdale PE31 8FB

Tickets: free event

Deepdale Spring Market includes more than 60 artisan pop-up shops, producers and food and craft stalls to tempt your pocket and taste buds!

Alongside the market, the Deepdale Hygge also takes place – a celebration of the stunning North Norfolk Coast which includes live music and organised activities.


What’s On in Norfolk in April

Sheringham Viking Festival

Dates: 9th April

Location: Sheringham

Tickets: free event

The Sheringham Viking Festival celebrates the historical viking links that Norfolk and the Deep History Coast has with these early Norfolk tourists!

Enjoy street battle re-enactments, torch light parades, boat burning and lots of great family entertainment.

People dressed as Vikings carrying lot torches at twilight
The Viking Festival in Sheringham

Creake Abbey Spring Gift Fayre

Dates: 16th April

Location: Creake Road, Fakenham NR21 9LF

Tickets: free event

The Creake Abbey Spring Gift Fayre is a huge annual event which takes places in the grounds of the ruined Abbey, alongside the pretty River Burn.

With over 60 stalls selling a variety of gifts from handmade crafts including textiles, pottery, sculpture and smellies.

Alongside this are over 20 food stalls selling home made produce like chutneys, cakes, pastries, wine and gin – yummy!


What’s On in Norfolk in May

Sennowe Park Stately Car Boot Sale

Dates: 1st May

Location: Sennowe Park, Guist NR20 5PB

Tickets: £5 for adults, under 16’s go free

An eagerly anticipated Norfolk event, this has to be one of the poshest car boot sales in the country! Held in aid of the Norfolk Churches Trust.

Bargain hunters will be able to find rare antiques and historical artefacts as the Norfolk’s stately homes spring clean their attics.

Folk on the Pier

Dates: 6th – 8th May

Location: Pavilion Theatre, Cromer Pier, Cromer NR27 9HF

Tickets: £21 – get your’s here

Held on Cromer’s famous Victorian pier and known as “the best gig on the North Sea”, Folk on the Pier attracts a collection of folk, folk-rock and acoustic artists from across the UK.

2022’s line-up is a who’s who of award winners, festival favourites and new up and coming acts.

Cromer pier lit up at night
Cromer Pier and Pavilion Theatre

Norfolk & Norwich Festival

Dates: 13th – 29th May

Location: various

Tickets: free to £25 – get tickets here

With a range of events, open studios, theatre, outdoor activities and family days, the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2022 is a flag ship arts festival which transforms public spaces, city streets, performance venues, parks, forests and beaches to bring people together, both resident and visitor, to experience inspirational events.

Funderworld

Dates: 13th May – 5th June

Location: Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, New Costessey, Norwich NR5 0TT

Tickets: four hours unlimited riding costs from £12.99 for adults and £7.99 for kids

Showcasing some of the biggest and best rides travelling Europe, with kids attractions plus a whole host of other fun things to do, making Funderworld the UK’s largest mobile theme park.

The 2022 event in Norfolk promise to be packed with fun, unique thrill rides and roller coasters along with traditional funfair favourites including the waltzer, dodgems and sizzle.

Mammoth Marathon & Half Marathon

Dates: 15th May

Location: Sea Palling to Sheringham / Mundesley to Sheringham

Tickets: free to watch!

Norfolk’s first full road race marathon since 1990 is held along a course which follows the coast road through many of North Norfolk’s scenic villages from Sea Palling to Sheringham, with the half marathon course running from Mundesley to Sheringham.

Crab & Lobster Festival

Dates: 15th – 16th May

Location: Cromer and Sheringham

Tickets: free event

The Crab and Lobster Festival brings the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham together to celebrate the world-famous seafood caught in the seas off both coastal resorts. This seafood spectacular includes concerts, cookery theatre, art and seafood trails with over 35 local eateries taking part.

There’s also a street market packed with local produce, live music during the day and at night, street performers, heritage and seafaring crafts, and children’s activities, and the World Crabbing Competition on Cromer Pier, in which any keen Cromer crabbers can participate!

tractor waiting for small boat to land on sandy beach
Crabbing boat coming in to land on Cromer beach

Houghton International Horse Trials

Dates: 27th – 30th May

Location: Houghton Hall, Bircham Road, Kings Lynn PE31 6UE

Tickets: price unknown

The Houghton International Horse Trials are set in the impressive grounds of Houghton Hall, home to the Marquess Cholmondeley. Incorporating the FEI Nations Cup & British Eventing National u21 Championships, this is a chance to see some of the best international riders in the world, and their horses, in action.

Ringstead Open Gardens

Dates: 29th May

Location: Ringstead

Tickets: £5 admits to all gardens (under 12s go free) | pre-book lunch tickets for £12 a head on 01485 525494

Ringstead Open Gardens offers a wonderful blaze of colour, cakes and community spirit with a record number of gardens opening to the public this year to raise money for St Andrew’s Church.

With delicious homemade lunches and teas, the ever-popular plant stall, petanque, a guided walk around Courtyard Farm, the stunning Ringstead Downs Woodland Garden, Arts displays, and a free Minibus around the village, this is the perfect day out for all the family, including the dog!


What’s On in Norfolk in June

The Queens Platinum Jubilee Weekend

Dates: 2nd – 5th June

Location: County wide

Tickets: Free events

On 6th February this year Her Majesty The Queen became the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years of service to the people of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth.

To celebrate this unprecedented anniversary, events and initiatives will take place in Norfolk throughout the year, culminating in a four day UK bank holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June. 

These four days of celebrations will include public events and community activities, as well as national moments of reflection on The Queen’s 70 years of service. You can find out more about Jubilee weekend events in Norfolk here.

Gin & Rum Festival

Dates: 3rd – 4th June

Location: Saint Andrews & Blackfriars Hall, St Andrews Plain, Norwich

Tickets: £15

The Gin and Rum Festival is coming to Norwich on its tour of the UK. Distillers and producers will be showcasing the best of the rum and gin, with free samples on offer. There will be guides sharing knowledge and talks and masterclasses from renowned makers. Music from the an award-winning DJ and great live entertainment will help the night go with a bang!

Forest Live

Dates: 16th – 19th June

Location: High Lodge, Thetford Forest IP27 0AF

Tickets: from £38.50 – get them here

With a line up including Jess Glynne, Rag’n’Bone Man, Keane and Madness, this series of open air summer concerts in the lush surroundings of Thetford Forest make for a great night out. The venue is actually in Suffolk, but so close to the Norfolk border, we couldn’t miss it out!

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Live music event at night
Forest Live

Norfolk Superhero Challenge

Dates: 18th June

Location: Burnham Overy Staithe

Tickets: free to spectate

The Norfolk Superhero Challenge is a quadrathlon event which involves swimming, kayaking, cycling, and running, all through sand, mud and marsh, and all for charity. Participants take part in teams of two over a course that includes a one mile swim, a four mile kayak paddle, a 45 mile circular cycle route and an eight mile run across the beach, finishing with the last mile over the marsh …ouch! It’s great to watch the team work on display, and spot the competitive edge between teams.

Royal Norfolk Show

Dates: 29th – 30th June

Location: Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, New Costessey, Norwich NR5 0TT

Tickets: £22.50 for adults, £8 for children 5-16 and free for children under 5, £19 for concessions and £12.50 for carers – buy tickets here

The Royal Norfolk Show is the largest agricultural show in the country. With over 700 trade stands, more than 3000 animals, a packed Grand Ring Programme, Norfolk’s biggest food and drink experience and hundreds of attractions, there’s something for everyone.


What’s On in Norfolk in July

Folk in a Field

Dates: 1st – 3rd July

Location: Bradmoor Woods, West Acre, King’s Lynn PE32 1FQ

Tickets: From £40 / free parking and basic camping – get your ticket here

Set in a pretty woodland clearing, Folk in a Field brings together a diverse mix of folk at an award winning family friendly festival. With a laid back vibe, free activities and shows, workshops, stalls, treatments, open mic and locally sourced ales and ciders, as well as numerous food outlets, this is a wonderful way to spend a weekend in Norfolk.

Ladies Night at Great Yarmouth Racecourse

Dates: 13th July

Location: Great Yarmouth Racecourse, Jellicoe Road, Great Yarmouth NR30 4AU

Tickets: unknown

Enjoy a glamorous night at the races in the modern grandstand at Great Yarmouth racecourse. Ladies Night is a really popular summer event, when racegoers love to scrub up and glam up for a great night out. For an extra special evening, book a table in the Trafalgar Restaurant for a freshly prepared three course meal, or splash out and book a private suite for you and your friends to enjoy a panoramic view of the course.

Blickling Hall Concerts

Dates: 6th, 11th and 12th July

Location: Blickling Estate, Blickling, Norwich NR11 6NF

Tickets: from £52 – get your’s here

Depending on your musical tastes, Blickling is putting on three open-air treats in July. Lionel Richie plays on the 6th, Michael Buble is playing the venue on the 11th and Olly Murs on the 12th. All three are brilliant entertainers and will keep the crowds dancing and clapping late into the night.

Blakeney Harbour Room Folk, Poetry & Beer Festival

Dates: 8th, 9th and 10th July

Location: On the Green, and at Blakeney Harnour Room, 139-141 High Street, Blakeney NR25 7NU if it rains

Tickets: free event

Come and catch 30 great performers including Reg Meuross, singer, songwriter and storyteller, and The Shackleton Trio who tell East Anglian stories in music. There’s also beer and food and singalongs galore!

Holt Festival

Dates: 23rd – 30th July

Location: Holt

Tickets: From £10, check specific events and buy tickets at the box office here

The Holt Festival takes place in July every year in the charming Georgian market town. Look out for a lively and eclectic mix of international music, drama, visual arts, comedy, literature, street theatre and cinema.

Highlights for 2022 include the effervescent best-selling author Marian Keyes, antiques expert and teatime TV favourite Paul Martin and writer, poet and national treasure Lemn Sissay. There’s also an eclectic mix of music from the award winning pianist Ivana Gavrić to the ultimate vocal experience that is the Mike King Collective. While world music lovers will be blown away by Guinean master musician N’famady Kouyaté and his full band line-up on the last night. Truly something for everyone to enjoy!

One of my favourite Norfolk towns, Holt is a place where independent shops thrive and food sellers still source their ingredients locally. You’ll find lots of great cafes and restaurants as well, all of whom reflect the feisty vibe of of this historic town.

The pretty Norfolk town of Holt

Norfolk Day

Dates: 27th July

Location: Everywhere!

Tickets: free event

Norfolk Day is a time to celebrate everything that’s good and unique about the beautiful county of Norfolk! It is a day of fun, laughter and pride for Norfolk. Backed by the Eastern Daily Press and BBC Radio Norfolk, there’s always lots going on and plenty of chances to get involved. If you love Norfolk, then you’ll love Norfolk Day!

Sandringham Flower Show

Dates: 27th July

Location: Sandringham Estate, Sandringham PE31 6AZ

Tickets: £12 for adults, children under 16’s are free. Cash on the gate only.

The Sandringham Flower Show is one of the most prestigious horticultural events in the East of England and and attracts around 20,000 visitors each year, including some of the royal family – it’s a favourite of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

The colourful display gardens are a popular attraction along with some of the countries leading nurseries and horticulture specialists exhibiting their plants. You can also see steam engines, displays of old farm machinery and much more.

Stately home with herbaceous borders either side of a gravel path
Sandringham gardens in bloom

Wells-next-the-Sea Carnival

Dates: 29th July – 7th August

Location: Wells-next-the-Sea

Tickets: free event but donations welcomed here

Wells-next-the-Sea is on the heart of North Norfolk coast and holds a traditional summer carnival for residents and visitors. Head to Wells for family fun and events including a carnival procession around the town with floats and fancy-dress, which takes place on Saturday 6th August. Traditional seaside activities include a sand-castle competition and the crowning of the carnival royals. Don’t worry about getting peckish, you’ll find stalls selling everything from local delicacies to exotic street food.


What’s On in Norfolk in August

Sheringham Carnival Week

Dates: 1st – 7th August

Location: Sheringham

Tickets: free event

Sheringham Carnival Week returns for 2022 after a two year break, with an exciting line-up of events throughout the week.

The Carnival Parade takes place on Wednesday 3rd, and the week is rounded off with a spectacular display of fireworks on Sunday 7th.

Classic Ibiza

Dates: 6th August

Location: Blickling Estate, Blickling, Norwich NR11 6NF

Tickets: from £45 – get your’s here (camping tickets are also available)

Norfolk’s biggest outdoor celebration of iconic dance tunes from the White Isle boasts the Urban Soul Orchestra and a host of critically acclaimed vocalists for a fantastic evening of anthems, performed live in beautiful surroundings.

Norwich Yoga Festival

Dates: 6th August

Location: The Barn Meadow, Whitlingham Lake, Whitlingham Lane, Norwich NR14 8TR

Tickets: £40 per person (over 16), £90 for a family ticket (2 adults 2 children under 16), £10 for a child ticket Under 3s are free – get your tickets here.

The first Norwich Yoga Festival takes place this summer and it will be a jam-packed day of classes, guest speakers and activities. Organised by Norwich-based Alex Howarth, at least eleven Yoga and Pilates classes will take place in a tent, with space for 50 mats in each. 

Houghton Festival

Dates: 11th – 14th August

Location: Houghton Hall, Bircham Road, Kings Lynn PE31 6UE

Tickets: unknown but check back here (camping and campervan tickets also available)

Craig Richard’s Houghton Festival is a fest of dance and electronic music. With its unique 24-hour licence, meaning the music never stops at Houghton, emphasis is placed on spontaneous back to backs and longer than usual sets.

Cromer Carnival Week

Dates: 13th – 19th August

Location: Cromer

Tickets: free event

Cromer Carnival is a week of festival family fun with children’s entertainment, live music, rides and local food, culminating in a spectacular Carnival Parade on Wednesday 17th August. Have fun!

Hunstanton Lawn Tennis Week

Dates: 14th – 20th August

Location: Hunstanton Recreation Ground, Cromer Road, Hunstanton PE36 6BZ

Tickets: £11 to enter, free to watch

Hunstanton Lawn Tennis Week started in 1920 and is the UK’s largest event of its kind after Wimbledon, taking place on 38 grass courts. This year, sunny Hunny celebrates 100 years of the tournament, after having to cancel in 2020 and 2021. An open tournament, experienced players and beginners can get involved – or if you prefer to watch, you can do that too!

Festival of Bowls

Dates: 28th August for around four weeks

Location: Britannia Bowling Greens, 2 North Drive, Great Yarmouth NR30 1ED

Tickets: free to watch

The largest outdoor bowls tournament in the country includes almost four weeks of action on Great Yarmouth’s famous sea front. The annual competition attracts expert and novice players of all ages from across the United Kingdom, with participants competing in men’s, ladies’ and mixed teams for singles, pairs, triples and fours titles. 

Sandringham Proms in the Garden

Dates: 29th August

Location: Sandringham House, Sandringham PE31 6AZ

Tickets: £50 cash only at the gate

Taking place on the West Lawn by kind permission of HM The Queen, the proms is one enormous party with music performed by the English Symphony Orchestra. Expect lots of proms classics, a Spitfire flypast, fantastic firework display, and of course, a rousing rendition of Land of Hope and Glory. Evening dress is not required but many people love to dress up for this special event in the Norfolk calendar.


What’s On in Norfolk in September

Sundown Festival

Dates: 2nd – 4th Septemember

Location: Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, New Costessey, Norwich NR5 0TT

Tickets: tbc

Sundown Festival is an annual bass and pop music festival, bringing some of the best artists in the scene to the Norfolk Showground arena, just outside Norwich.

Alongside the music, revellers will also enjoy the chance to explore the festival’s magical woodland, complete with quirky art installations, or enjoy a spot of thrill seeking on the funfair rides.

North Norfolk Food & Drink Festival

Dates: 3rd – 4th September 2022

Location: Holkham Hall, Holkham Road, Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1AB

Tickets: Free / Parking £5

The hugely popular North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival, now in its thirteenth year, features local food and drink producers who grow, rear, produce, supply and sell food in North Norfolk. Held in the stunning walled garden, historically used as a kitchen garden for Holkham Hall, you’ll find fresh meat and game, vegetables, cakes, artisan beer, bread, tarts, juices, cakes and bakes, chocolates to try and buy. There’s also a cookery theatre where local chefs share their top tips and tricks.

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aerial shot of walled garden with stalls
The walled garden at Holkham Hall

Heritage Open Days

Dates: 9 – 18th Septmeber

Location: tbc

Tickets: free

Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture, bringing together local people, organisations and volunteers. Every year in September, people come together across the counties of England to celebrate their heritage, community and history. Stories are told, traditions explored and histories brought to life. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences around Norfolk. Check back for more details as and when information is released.

Sandringham Game & Country Fair

Dates: 10th – 11th September

Location: Sandringham Estate, Sandringham, Norfolk PE35 6EN

Tickets: £15 for adults, £14 for over 65’s, £5 for children aged 5-15, free for children under 5

The Sandringham Game & Country Fair showcases the best of Norfolk with a range of crafts and food stalls, outdoor demonstrations of country sports, live music, wildlife activities, steam and vintage engines and lots of family fun.

Out There International Festival of Circus & Street Art

Dates: 16th – 18th September

Location: Great Yarmouth

Tickets: free

Loud and proud on the east coast, the Out There Festival has an international reputation for its exceptional, innovative and diverse programme and regularly attracts more than 60,000 people to Great Yarmouth each year.

Out There has quickly built a national and international reputation for world class artistic quality, new and diverse work, regional artistic talent, international collaboration and innovative community engagement. With exciting spectacles, quirky comedy, brilliant performances and family-friendly atmosphere, it’s an amazing way to spend a day in this traditional seaside town.

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Steam Back to the Forties

Dates: 16th – 17th September

Location: North Norfolk Railway, Sheringham Station, Station Approach, Sheringham NR26 8RA

Tickets: tbc

The railway’s popular 1940’s Weekend returns for its 27th year – get dressed up and enjoy the authentic atmosphere of this momentous era.


What’s On in Norfolk in October

Norfolk Restaurant Week

Dates: 29th October – 13th November

Location: various

Tickets: no tickets, but you do need to pay your restaurant bill!

Restaurant Week is Norfolk’s largest dining event, a gastronomic celebration of our vibrant restaurant scene, fine food, and the people, land and sea who produce it.

Restaurant week is an opportunity to sample those restaurants you have always wanted to try, or to go back to old favourites, all at lower than usual prices. Table bookings are highly recommended. Dates are currently provisional, so check back for more information closer to the time.


What’s On in Norfolk in November

Guy Fawkes Night

Dates: 5th November

Location: Cliff Top Car Park, Lighthouse Close, Hunstanton PE36 6EL

Tickets: tbc

Hunstanton Cliffs and the huge skies stretching over The Wash are the perfect spot for a spectacular fireworks display on Bonfire Night. With a funfair, stalls, live music and a laser show, this is the Guy Fawkes celebration to attend in Norfolk.

Doors open at 5.00pm and the giant bonfire before is lit at 6pm, with fireworks starting at 7.30pm. Try to get there at least and hour in advance of the fireworks starting, and make sure to wrap up warm!

Watching fireworks from the beach

Thursford Christmas Spectacular

Dates: 8th November – 23rd December

Location: Thursford Collection, Thursford, Fakenham NR21 0AS

Tickets: from £41 – get your’s here

The Thursford Christmas Spectacular has become one of the most hotly awaited festive events in East Anglia, and has been attracting audiences from across the region since 1977.  With a cast of 130, moving sets, singing and dancing and a distinctly Christmassy vibe, this really is an extravaganza! Book early, this show sells out quickly.

Norfolk Lights Express

Dates: 11th November – 2nd January 2023

Location: North Norfolk Railway, Sheringham Station, Station Approach, Sheringham NR26 8RA

Tickets: tbc

The North Norfolk Railway, also known as the Poppy Line, will be transformed into The Norfolk Lights Express on most evenings from November, until January 2023. Catch your steam train decorated with multi-coloured led lights and spend the evening chugging through winter darkness from the comfort of your vintage carriage.

The stations at Sheringham, Weybourne and Holt are also illuminated, creating scenes fitting for the festive season alongside the tracks, as you enjoy a glass of something from the on-board licensed bar.


What’s On in Norfolk in December

December is the month of Christmas celebrations, New Year festivities, light festivals and of course, panto! Check back here for more info about individual events as and when news about dates and tickets is announced.

Norwich market in winter
Norwich Guildhall and market in the snow

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