The King’s Morris
1st, 4th, 25th The King’s Morris (Morris Men Of King’s Lynn) 1st King’s Lynn May Garland Procession, Saturday Market Place PE30 5DQ, 12pm; 4th May Bank Holiday Burnhams/Wells Area, 12pm The Hoste Arms, Burnham Market; 1pm The Globe Inn, Wells-Next-The-Sea; 25th Burnhams/Wells Area, 12pm The Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe, 1pm The Lord Nelson, Burnham Thorpe, 2pm The Globe Inn, Wells-Next-The-Sea; www.facebook.com/Thekingsmorris, Bagman: David Jackson. Tel 01553 768930,
Wymondham Walk and Talk
1st and 6th Wymondham Walk and Talk. Two hour history and heritage tour of Wymondham, with Georgette Vale. 1st – meet 11am at the Market Cross; 6th – 11.15am at Abbey Halt, Mid-Norfolk Railway (behind the Abbey). £5. Group rate available. Tel: 01953 605434 or www.wymondhamwalksandtalks.co.uk
The Alpine Garden Society East Anglia Show
2nd The Alpine Garden Society East Anglia Show, Wymondham High School, 12-4pm. Spectacular exhibits by growers from around the country. Nurseries attending and plant sales from 10.30am. Admission £2.50. Show secretary, John Foster, Redisham. Tel: 01502 575298.
Bluebell Woodland at Sotshole Broad
2nd-17th Bluebell Woodland at Sotshole Broad – Fairhaven Garden, South Walsham, open every day 10am to 5pm. Access via Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden. Four-mile round trip walk to see the best bluebells. Garden entry, including the bluebell woodland, is adult £6.20, concessions £5.70 and child £3.65 (under-five free). There is also a guided walk in the bluebell woodland on Sunday, May 10, 11am from the visitor centre. The guided walk is included in the entry charge. Dogs welcome on leads; small charge to cover poop scoop. Tel. 01603 270449, www.fairhavengarden.co.uk
Norwich Music Society
4th Norwich Music Society, Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane Norwich NR2 1EW, 7.30-10pm. An informal society for lovers of mostly classical music, CD recordings, £3 admission. First Monday in each month. Tel Brian 07941 977703/ Andrew 07799 258715.
Norfolk Country Quilt Show
4th Norfolk Country Quilt Show, 10am-5pm, Felbrigg Church, Norfolk, NR11 8PR. Refreshments and sale of work. Quilts made in traditional and contemporary styles and skills. Tel: June Clarke 01263 761483, email@example.com
Norwich Opera Club
14th, 28th Norwich Opera Club, The Assembly House Norwich, 7pm. A friendly and sociable club for anyone who loves watching and listening to opera. Everyone welcome, first visit free. Tel: Greta 01603 624537. 14th: DVD presentation – Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin; 28th: CD presentation – Songs of Love and Longing in Opera.
Family inflatable fun day
17th Family inflatable fun day, 12-4pm, St Peter’s School, Myneer Park, Coggeshall. Wrsitbands £5.99 for unlimited rides and bouncing. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
17th Seraphim – Summer concert in beautiful St Peter’s Church, Sibton, 4.30pm. Baroque and a cappella music from the acclaimed all-female vocal ensemble. Tickets £12.50, tel 07763 527239. Refreshments available after the concert.
Charity Fashion Show
21st Charity Fashion Show, The Bawdeswell Garden Centre, NR20 4RZ, 7pm. Tickets £10 per person, available from main till area. Price includes fashion show, canapés and a glass of Pimm’s. All proceeds to Macmillan Cancer.
29th, from 11am. Pippa Greenwood from BBC Gardeners’ World and BBC Radio4 gardeners’ question time. Please bring a chair. Tel: 01362 688387, www.bawdeswellgardencentre.co.uk
VE Day Anniversary Show
23rd-24th VE Day Anniversary Show, Imperial War Museum, Duxford. 8am to 6pm. Flying display 2pm-c5.30pm, leaving plenty of time to explore the whole museum during the day. Trade stands, pleasure flights etc.
Flower Festival, St Peter’s Church, Strumpshaw
23rd-25th “Magna Carta Plus” – Flower Festival, St Peter’s Church, Strumpshaw. Open each day 10.30am-4pm. Admission free but donations to church. Teas, coffees and light refreshments. Sunday, May 24th. Open Gardens 10.30am-4pm. Admission by programme priced £3 from the church or any open garden. Refreshments at some venues. Songs of Praise service at 6.30pm in St Peter’s Church.
Approximately 12 gardens open
24th-25th Approximately 12 gardens open, 11am-5pm in aid of St Margaret’s Church, Topcroft. Refreshments, ample free parking and toilet facilities. Church open on both days. Weatherley Buggy free transport from Topcroft Hall gates to the hall gardens. Free vintage bus transport around the village. £4 entry on the day including map. Guide dogs only.
Annual Flower Festival
May 30th- June 3rd. Annual Flower Festival, Walpole St Peter’s Church, ‘The Cathedral of the Fens’. 9am-5pm daily, except Sunday, 11.15am-5pm. The festival is one of the oldest and grandest of its kind, attracting coach parties and family outings from far and wide. Free entrance and car park, www.walpolestpeterschurch.org
Pre-Loved & Nearly New Table Top Sale
May 30th Pre-Loved & Nearly New Table Top Sale, 1pm-3pm, at The St Raphael Club, 26 High Field Road (off Norwich Road), Ipswich, IP1 6DA, Refreshments, free parking and admission, tables £5 – to be booked in advance. Tel: Maggie, The Lions Club of Ipswich, 01473 259899.
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