Norfolk Events

Festivalgoers soaking up the atmosphere at Sundown 2015 Picture: Lee Blanchflower

Sundown Festival is set to light up the Norfolk Showground this weekend for the sixth year running, and with 40,000 festival goers due to attend we’ve got all you need to know to ensure you’re clued up before you head over.

What's on in Norfolk: North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival, Jake Morley and Anne Marie at the Sundown Festival. (L-R)

There’s a lot going on in Norfolk this weekend, with two very different festivals taking place and a swimming event set to make a big splash at Fritton Lake.

Visitors can take a look inside Cromer signal box as part of the Heritage Open Days event. Picture: MILES JERMY

It has been a familiar sight to passing train passengers for more than 90 years.


Eating Out or Eating In

Brilliant bakeries in Norwich: Crusty Corner Bakery (left) and Dozen Artisan Bakery.

With The Great British Bake Off finally back on our screens, many will be attempting to whip up tasty pastries that would make Mary Berry proud, but if baking isn’t for you, why not leave it to the professionals and head to one of these brilliant bakeries instead.

Turtle Bay, Norwich.

Caribbean cuisine chain Turtle Bay have opened their first restaurant in East Anglia with the branch on Swan Lane in Norwich now ready for business.

Wild Thyme restaurant.

Vegetarianism, and even veganism, has been going mainstream for a while.


Film & Cinema

Things To Come, starring Isabelle Huppert

Things To Come stars acting institution Isabelle Huppert but it lacks deeper meaning


Pedro Almodovar returns to the screen in Julieta, based on short stories by Nobel prize winner Alice Munro.

David Brent

The Hunts Post has teamed up with Cineworld to give away four pairs of tickets for Huntingdon and St Neots Cineworld.

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