What's On

Find out what's happening in and around Hunstanton with our event guide

  • 25th April 2018 -
    25th April 2018

    10.30-12noon Coffee Morning.

  • 25th April 2018 -
    25th April 2018

    Institute “Bingo Night” Eyes down at 7.30pm £6pp for 11 games.

  • 26th April 2018 -
    26th April 2018

    Hunstanton WI meets at the Methodist Church Hall, Austin Street, at 2.15pm Contact Janet Bowyer 01485 532327

  • 26th April 2018 -
    26th April 2018

    Talk by Richard Campey ‘Life on Lundy’ 7.30pm at Hunstanton Methodist Church Hall, Austin Street, Hunstanton £2.50 members, £3 visitors

  • 27th April 2018 -
    27th April 2018

    Dancing to Bondy start 8.30pm

  • 28th April 2018 -
    28th April 2018

    Mike Fox

  • 28th April 2018 -
    28th April 2018

    The Benefice of North Creake, South Creake with Waterden, Syderstone with Barmer & Sculthorpe in an Evening of Varied Light Entertainment at The Church of Our Lady Saint Mary - South Creake - starting at 7 pm, tickets £6 at the door [Proceeds in aid of Benefice Church Funds]

  • 28th April 2018 -
    28th April 2018

    Dancing to Son of a Gun start 8.30pm

  • 29th April 2018 -
    29th April 2018

    Sedgeford Eaton circuit meet at King William Sedgeford 11am Helena Aldis 01485 518659/07769850965 or Mike Rogers 07765 571313

  • Thursday May 3rd at 7.30pm at St Mary’s Church Snettisham. Programme includes Vaughan Williams’ “Lark Ascending”and a specially commissioned work by Joo Yeon Sir to celebrate love letters written in World War 2 - Tickets £10.00 Students under 21 free - from The Corn Exchange King’s Lynn or The Grapes Gallery Snettisham

MEET THE EDITORIAL TEAM

Richard and I worked for multinational companies before running our own business then in 2005 we created this magazine from scratch. We focus our attention on the north-west corner of Norfolk and describe the publication as independent and fair, while others have said we are a ‘trusted voice’. Editing a monthly magazine is a wonderful job; we get to meet interesting people and publish some great stories. Every month brings something new and we are fortunate to have such a loyal band of contributors covering a wide subject matter. We’ve lived in NW Norfolk for 25 years with Richard’s family connections going back centuries, and now our youngest granddaughter goes to school in Hunstanton.

  • Elaine

  • Richard