We are now busy planning for the 2019 Flower Show and we hope you will join us at Sandringham on Wednesday 24th July.
What better way to supplement your own healthy eating than with the exercise and relaxation of getting outdoors and growing your own vegetables and fruit on an allotment. There are many sites to choose from in King's Lynn. Villages often have allotment sites with many being…
Allotments become available periodicaly for Mundford, Cranwich and Ickburgh residents. 
Artist Inspiration Days are hosted in Louise & Simon's lovely garden at their home & studios, located in the village of Upwell on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border. Art clubs that are interested in visiting a setting that is not and has never been open to the general public, but which…
Our Garden Club was formed in July 2004 at Ashill Community Centre by ten enthusiastic gardeners who formed a committee and established aims. It is good to know that most of those founder members remain with the Club – and that the £6 annual subscription…
The Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials is based in North West Norfolk and is one of the county’s finest events where visitors can see Olympic and Championship athletes competing on home turf. ATTRACTIONS  The Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International offers a fantastic day out for…
The Barking Bugle is an online newspaper written by dogs for dogs, headed up by Norfolk celebrity dog, Frodo Cavalier, and his team of K9 repawters. All the lastest doggy news plus Norfolk’s premier resource for all the best dog friendly places to eat, sleep…
Explore the rights of way in and around Beachamwell with us. The group meets at the Village Hall at 10am on the first Wednesday of each month. Walks last between one and a half to two hours. All, including dogs on leads, are welcome. Some…
Saturday 4th May is this years Hunstanton's Community Orchards 'Blossom Day'. This is a good old fashioned community event for the youngest to the oldest Hunstantonian. The Town Concert Band will be there as will many community stalls andthere will also be a Fun Dog Show.
Walking can help people improve their physical, social and mental health. For anybody interested in accessing local walks in and around four of our wonderful market towns, please take a look at the NCC biodiversity trail booklets.