What's On

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

  • 20th January 2020

    Anita’s Salon Westgate, celebrating 10 years of opening. All welcome

  • 20th January 2020

    Hunstanton Community Centre, Avenue Road at 2pm. Speaker: Peter Horgan on Planning for Later Life.

  • Memorial Pavilion, The Green, South Creake NR21 9PD 10.30-noon Coffee morning. See old friends or meet new ones for a chat. Tea, coffee, cakes & biscuits. Stalls selling cakes, plants, books and cards. Raffle. Peter Haywood 01328 823920

  • Tickets £5. Doors & Bar 7pm, Film 7.30pm Thornham Village Hall

  • 24th January 2020

    11am North Creake Abbey. Meet at Creake Deli/Cafe

  • Burns Night with Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, and Music with ‘Pride’ from 8.30pm

  • 25th January 2020

    Carol Ann

  • 27th January 2020

    Old Friends Hall, Sunnyside Close, Heacham, PE31 7DU. 7.30pm. “Heacham Now and Then, Quizzes and Nibbles”. Admission £3 (Members £2) including refreshments. Everyone is Welcome.

  • 28th January 2020

    2pm Wolferton and Dersingham Bog. Meet at Scissors Park off A149 Wolferton

  • 28th January 2020

    Brancaster Staithe Village Hall 7.30pm Print Competition Food + 2. Please contact Jim Till on 01485 210013 or Wendy Calow on 01553 674725 for more information. Visitors always welcome

  • Memorial Pavilion, The Green, South Creake NR21 9PD 7pm-10pm Soup and Pudding with a Quiz £6pp. BYO drinks. Raffle. Proceeds to pavilion funds. Peter Haywood 01328 823920

  • 6th February 2020

    At 2pm: Norfolk’s Village Signs Mike Weatherstone speaks on the history of Norfolk through its village signs. Visitors are very welcome; we charge just £3, to include refreshments. The Reading Room, Cross Lane, Stanhoe PE31 8PS. For further information about Stanhoe & Barwick WI, please contact Valerie (01485 576261) or Sandra 01485 518744


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.

Richard and I work with a fantastic team of people to make our magazine happen each month. Three of our key people are Sophie Hooker, Anna Mace and Teresa Plummer. 

Sophie is our journalist, with a First Class Degree from the University of Chester, she's ideally placed to capture all the stories from around the local area to share with you. 

Teresa Plummer deals with our accounts and ensures we run smoothly on a daily basis.

Elaine Bird


Richard Bird


Sophie Hooker


Teresa Plummer