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What’s on this Week

Knit and Natter, Downham Market Library – Weds 20 Sept:

Winter is coming, and wouldn’t it be nice if you could make your own scarf this year? Whether you’re a total beginner or just need a refresher, join this friendly knitting group every first and third Wednesday of September.
 Tel: 01366 383073

Afternoon tea with Robert Harris, Jarrolds, Norwich – Weds 20 Sep:

Enjoy a delightful and traditional afternoon tea with best-selling author Robert Harris (pictured) – the day before the release of his brand new book, Munich. Robert will be answering questions and signing copies of Munich. This is a ticketed event.

A Tribute to the Rat Pack, Kings Lynn Corn Exchange, King’s Lynn – Fri 22 Sep:

Jonathan Wyatt Big Band

The Jonathan Wyatt Big Band returns once again to the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange for what promises to be a fantastic event. Expect classics like The Lady is a Tramp’, Hey There and Me and My Shadow to transport you back in time.
Tel: 01553 764864

Deepdale Festival, Deepdale Farm, Burnham Deepdale – Fri 22– Sun 24 Sep:

The festival season may be officially over, but Deepdale Farm is after one last party. Music, workshops, camping, and food & drink combine to make a festival paying homage to home-grown talent.

Hope for Elsie, Hempton Memorial Hall, Fakenham – Sat 23 Sep:

Ladies: shop, be pampered (manicure anyone?) and have fun at this special event raising money for a baby girl (born with a rare condition) to get the specialised car seat she needs. Tickets are just £3 (including a free drink) and there are also prizes to be won.

Pirate Weekend, Sea Life, Greater Yarmouth – Sat 23 – Sun 24 Sep:

If you thought Sea Life couldn’t be any more exciting, think again! Sword fight your way through this treasure hunt for your special reward. Will you become an official Sea Life Pirate?

Harvest Veggie Fest, Wymondham Abbey, Norwich – Sat 23 Sep:

Need a bit of inspiration for fitting your 5-a-day in (or is it meant to be 10 nowadays)? Pop down to Wymondham Abbey for this fabulous festival with an emphasis on vegan and vegetarian food. There’s also a cake baking competition, a bouncy castle and face painting.

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