THERE'S a chance to meet all-time Norwich City greats Ian Crook and Ian Butterworth in Great Yarmouth this month.The Canaries' current 1st team coach Crook and assistant manager Butterworth are appearing at Legends Bar, Sandown Road on Thursday, August 27 7.
THERE'S a chance to meet all-time Norwich City greats Ian Crook and Ian Butterworth in Great Yarmouth this month.
The Canaries' current 1st team coach Crook and assistant manager Butterworth are appearing at Legends Bar, Sandown Road on Thursday, August 27 7.30pm. Tickets, �10 or two for �15, must be booked in advance on 07545 034375.
- Stalham and District Horticultural Society are having a lecture on roses by Bill Le Grice in the Geoff Taylor Centre at Stalham high School next Friday, August 21, at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. A raffle and refreshments will be available, new members welcome.
- Fritton and St Olaves Waveney Forest Action Group, campaigning to stop contentious quarry plans, is organising a scarecrow festival tomorrow, to run alongside the annual Fritton village fair. It will be held in Fritton village hall and there will be all the usual stalls, refreshments, an auction, and a prizegiving by MP Tony Wright for the best scarecrow. The event is from 1pm to 4.30pm with free admission and parking at the Decoy Pub, New Road and Fritton Church. People are invited to make a scarecrow and just bring it along at 1pm for judging.
- Visitors to Great Yarmouth's Tolhouse museum tomorrow can join Victorian gaoler Solomon Allies for a tour and on Thursdays until the end of the month. Solomon will also be unlocking prison secrets on the weekend of the Maritime Festival, starting September 5. Tours start at 2.30pm, normal admission prices apply.