July 22 2014 Latest news:
The popular traditional afternoon tea with music returns to Great Yarmouth Minster on Sunday at 2.30pm. This year Rachel King will be demonstrating her virtuosity playing many instruments. Tickets are £10 and should be pre-booked from Brahams in Market Row or 01493 843647 to aid catering. The tea is provided by the Norris family and Sara’s Tearooms.
The Uninvited will play as part of the Gorleston Cliff Tops Festival, returning after a popular performance last year.
The summer nights will be lit up with a spectacular fireworks display on Great Yarmouth seafront every Wednesday for six weeks.
He only picked up a paintbrush for the first time last year but Great Yarmouth resident Daniel McGrath can call himself an artist with the opening of his first solo show.
As the dust settled on another year of live music and entertainment, festival goers made way for the big annual clear-up to begin at Latitude.
A new film and video project has been unveiled in Norfolk to help tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
The search is on for talented buskers to perform at two evenings of alfresco fun as Great Yarmouth gears up to host its annual food festival.
It’s the largest event of its kind in the country and it’s right here in our fine county – the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 celebrates a delicious decade this year and has a programme of events guaranteed to whet every appetite.
We all know that there’s no such thing as a free lunch – but writing about South Norfolk’s fantastic produce seems a small price to pay for having eaten like royalty at a new event designed to bring the cream of the crop from the region’s producers to the marketplace.