A press release about Norfolk's own wine school. Inaugural event is an ‘Introduction to Wine’ evening tasting on Tuesday, September 6 at The Library in the heart of Norwich.
News relating to North Norfolk particularly and anything that is likely to impinge on the relaxed way of life in Norfolk.
Postgrad students to make their thesis film in North Norfolk.
The vegetarian Art Cafe at Glandford has reopened after being closed for refurbishment for most of May.
An exhibition of the work of photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson starts on 23rd April at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich. It closes on 29th August.
Now open in Norwich, BrewDog has a craft beer for each day of the year. Good food as well. You will find it at No 1 Queen Street.
A new exhibition is to open at the Sainsbury Centre UEA Norwich commencing 7th May, 2016. It is titled Looking Beyond: Conversations between John Berger and John Christie.
BIRDscapes Gallery at Glandford near Holt announces new exhibition titled Concrete Nature & Collectors'. Opening 12 midday, Saturday February 13th to the 28th.
Morston Church annual book sale is to be held at Morston Barn, Binham Lane, Morston on Saturday 30th April, Sunday 1st May and Monday 2nd May. Doors open between 10am and 5pm.
Cromer Shoal has been designated a Marine Conservation Zone by the Department for Environment. The aim is to protect this natural feature and the life that inhabits it, however, will this measure aid or adversely affect affect the local crab fishing industry?
The repairs to Cromer's sea defences are going well. If there are no problems the contractors should meet the April completion date.