Events

Summer Holiday Events

Learn how to light fire at the Family Survival School and Campfire Cook-out © Fiona Harrower

Learn how to light fire at the Family Survival School and Campfire Cook-out

Get outside this summer to tick more of the 50 things to do before you’re 11 3/4 . We have a range of events to help you during August.

  • Free drop in activities every Thursday.
  • Seek out for Britain’s only poisonous snake
  • Talk a night walk in search of bats.
  • Find out how to cook and survive in the outdoors.
  • Explore tidal pools to look for some amazing wildlife.

See below for more details and to book where required.

Photography Exhibition

 Winner of the 2013 competition  © International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition 7

Winner of the 2013 competition

International Photographer of the Year Exhibition                                                                                                                                      From June 27 – September 5 2015 we will be showing the winning images from the 2014 competition.                                

Their are 8 different categories including breathing spaces, beautiful gardens and wildlife in the garden so there should be something for everyone to enjoy. In total 32 images will be on display.                                                                                                 

There is no charge for entry but please note this is a dog free area.

                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

 

The Lone Pine Club

The Lone Pine Club invites young adventurers to join a secret club. © Pentabus

The Lone Pine Club invites young adventurers to join a secret club.

Pentabus Theatre Company presents a riotous brand new play about four young adventurers.

BE TRUE TO EACH OTHER WHATEVER HAPPENS
David, Dickie and Mary are starting a journey they will never forget. With their new friend called Peter (a girl) they go off on their own and make a secret camp. They start The Lone Pine Club (which must be a real secret – particularly from grown-ups – who generally spoil everything however nice they are).

No need to worry about the weather we have a very big tent.

For more details and to book see below.

Norfolk Smallholders Show

Enjoy a taste of the good life at the Norfolk Smallholders Show  © Malcolm Fisher

Enjoy a taste of the good life at the Norfolk Smallholders Show

A taste of the ‘Good Life’. Everything smallholding, self sufficiency and traditional crafts.
Home produced Norfolk goods and produce, many types of livestock, exhibitions and demonstrations. Sheep shearing, fun dog show (enter on the day), children's games, feed the animals, member’s poultry exhibition. A chance to ask smallholding questions and much, much more. A real family event, live music, beer tent, local food and refreshments.
 

Adults £5 (Also payable by National Trust Members). Children FREE & Norfolk Smallholders Training Group members FREE (with a current membership card). Dogs on a lead welcome.
 

Parkrun

Join us every Saturday morning for Parkrun © Malcolm Fisher

Join us every Saturday morning for Parkrun

Parkrun is a free and friendly 5K run every Saturday at 9am.

A timed fun run offering an opportunity for all , male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy this beautiful park and get physically active into the bargain.

First timers please register to get your barcode to enable your time to be recorded. Free parking for runners until 10.30am and cafe open from 8.45am.

 

 

 

 

 

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