Saturday 3rd August proved a real treat for both the Jungle Book and outdoor theatre fans alike as the Strange Fascination Theatre performed the beloved story at St Edmund’s Church Ruins at Hunstanton.
Marking the fifth Wednesday in the month, Hunstanton Rotary Club decided to branch out a little bit on Wednesday 31st July and try their hand at baking, courtesy of fellow Rotarians father and daughter Peter and Sophie Gohegan at Mr Bun the Baker.
A Heacham man who was left paralysed from the waist down after an accident at work last October has defied the odds of survival and has opened a shop on Lynn Road in Hunstanton.
Established in 1996 as a long-term, multi-period, multi-disciplinary research project, The Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project (SHARP) have entered their final excavation week in their 24th season, with 2019 proving another successful year for the project.
At 4.00pm UK Coastguard requested the launch of the Hunstanton RNLI Hovercraft in response to reports of a number of persons cut off by the tide on the Wreck Sands at Brancaster. This was the most serious incident of the holiday season to date.
Solidifying its status as a staple in the summer holiday calendar was the return of the Norton Hill Light Railway weekend in partnership with Hunstanton Rotary to raise money for local charities.
A rather drizzly weekend of 26th to 28th July did not hamper the liveliness at St. Mary’s Church in Old Hunstanton as they held their annual Flower Festival and Fete.