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Pantomime season is almost upon us……….oh yes it is!! With only around six weeks before Christmas, it’s a good time to take a look at all the pantos showing across Norfolk.
Britain has long been regarded as a nation of animal lovers and dogs lead the way as the nation’s favourite animal companion.
Research shows that being playful makes us happier, more open-minded, allows our creative juices to flow and helps us bond with others. That’s why so many companies offer team-building days – it can even help those suffering from depression. We are hardwired to play, and this doesn’t stop when we reach a certain age or become an adult.
The 2019 festive season is almost upon us and around Norfolk plans are being made for FREE Christmas lights switch-on events and celebrations. Becoming more elaborate year on year, with special guests including TV and radio personalities and Father Christmas himself, there are many exciting events being organised across the region that are sure to be filled with fun and festive cheer.
Norfolk has many individual businesses producing an array of different arts and crafts as well as craft centres and shops to purchase all manner of materials. From ceramics, glassware, paintings and woodwork to candles, sculptures, textiles and jewellery, Norfolk has a wealth of talented and creative people who teach, produce, exhibit and sell arts and crafts materials and products across the county.
Tickets for Thursford Christmas Spectacular 2019 are selling fast and many dates are already sold out. If you want to experience Norfolk’s biggest and most captivating Christmas show, tickets can be booked online from their website or over the telephone.
Looking for a firework display in Norfolk on or around Bonfire Night 2019? Stay safe and head out to one of the many organised fireworks displays taking place in the county.
It may seem a touch early to be thinking about Christmas Day lunch, but if you want to guarantee a table at one of the following venues, book as early as possible. Many restaurants won’t be open Christmas Day, it tends to be the high-end establishments which are, often offering set menus from which to choose. If you are looking to treat yourself and your loved ones to a festive Christmas Day lunch at a restaurant or hotel in the county, don’t leave it too late - some are already fully booked!
Take part in these free weekly 5km parkrun events suitable for runners of all standards around Norfolk. They offer an opportunity for all, male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis and enjoy running outdoors in some of Norfolk’s most beautiful parks and open spaces.
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