Fakenham and Wells Events

When you hear fast food, McDonald’s is definitely one of the first names that comes to mind. But how good is it in Norfolk according to Tripadvisor reviews?

While many of Norfolk’s Christmas events have been cancelled this year due to coronavirus, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out completely with markets, pantos and other festive experiences still going ahead with social distancing measures.

Ghostly Halloween tales, creepy quests and eerie trails are set to capture the imagination of families this half term.

Attacks on the BBC from both the left and the right are discussed in a new book to be launched at a north Norfolk literary festival. ‘The War against the BBC’, by Peter York, will be presented on October 23 during the Sea Fever festival in Wells-next-the-Sea, which takes place both physically at the Wells Maltings and online.

It is national curry week (October 5th-11th) so we are asking the important question: where is the best place in Norfolk to get a curry? Here are the top nine as ranked by Tripadvisor.

There is even more reason to go to the pub this October as venues across Norfolk are giving away free drinks to customers.

Food and Drink

Get into the Halloween spirit this October and visit one of these brilliant pick-your-own pumpkin farms - there are plenty to choose from across Norfolk.

Food and Drink

A Norfolk musician has written an open letter making an impassioned appeal for more help to save the live music industry.

Olly Murs is to perform at Blickling Hall in Norfolk on his UK tour in 2021.

Norfolk Live

A pub’s sit-down disco will go ahead in an earlier window to comply with the new coronavirus curfew, its owner has said.

Food and Drink

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