What's On

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

  • 19th April 2019

    11am Old Hunstanton Lovers Lane meet at Old Hunstanton church car park Helena Aldis 07769 850965 / Mike Rogers 07765 571313

  • 19th April 2019

    Hunstanton entertainment: Dancing to Just Us starts 8.30pm

  • Royal British Legion Hall, Church Road, Snettisham. 10-5pm daily Free entry. Donations to Royal British Legion.

  • Dancing to Steve Perry. Bangers and Mash will be served

  • 20th April 2019

    Hunstanton entertainment: Dancing to Borderline starts 8.30pm

  • 21st - 22nd April 2019

    National Construction College PE32 6RH

  • 23rd April 2019

    5pm Little Massingham and Peddars Way meet at Little Massingham church Helena Aldis 07769 850965 / Mike Rogers 07765 571313.

  • 10.30am – 12 noon Coffee Morning See old friends or meet new ones for a chat. Memorial Pavilion, The Green, South Creake, NR21 9PD Tea, Coffee and Cakes/Biscuits will be available. There will also be four stalls selling cakes, plants, books and Greeting cards. There will also be a raffle with proceeds towards local charities Peter Haywood 01328 823920. Also: 7-10pm Bingo Night. Eyes down 7.30pm £6pp for 11 games Tea, Coffee and snacks will be available. There will also be a raffle. All proceeds go towards the pavilion funds.

  • 5pm at Hunstanton Library to organise events and activities. Come along and join us.

  • By Will Fitch 7.30pm Methodist Church Hall, Austin St, Hunstanton £2.50 members £3 visitors.

  • 26th April 2019

    10am Hunstanton Library Come along and have a chat with Lynda who is there to help and advice on Living independently.

  • 26th April 2019

    Hunstanton entertainment with Lesley starts 8.30pm.

  • 10-5 daily at Ringstead Village Hall PE36 5JU.

  • St Edmund’s Church, Hunstanton 7pm £5 at the door in aid of the restoration of the St Edmund’s Church building.

  • With the support of Creative Arts East, presents WIDOWS (15) This is the story of four women with nothing in common except a debt left behind by their dead husbands’ criminal activities. Set in contemporary Chicago, amid a time of turmoil, tensions build when Veronica (Viola Davis), Alice (Elizabeth Debicki), Linda (Michelle Rodriguez) and Belle (Cynthia Erivo) take their fate into their own hands and conspire to forge a future on their own terms. Amy Robsart Village Hall, Syderstone PE31 8SD 7.30pm Advance tickets £3.50 Tel. 01485 578171 or 01485 578244 Email cinema@syderstone.com

  • 27th April 2019

    Hunstanton entertainment: Dancing to Chandlers Green starts 8.3pm.

  • 28th April 2019

    11am Syderstone and Barmer meet at Syderstone church Helena Aldis 07769 850965 / Mike Rogers 07765 571313.

  • 29th April 2019

    A walk at Sandringham, followed by tea and cake. This is to raise funds for the WI’s charity, Associated Country Women of the World. Visitors are always welcome. For further information about our WI, please contact Valerie (01485 576261) or Pamela (01485 518033).

  • Thornham Village Hall Doors & Bar 6pm Curtain 6.45 Book your tickets now online at www.thornhamvillagehall.co.uk or call 07787 255597 Tickets - £15.00 Children £10.00

  • 30th April 2019

    Mono print competition in Brancaster Staithe Village Hall at 7.30pm. Contact Jim Till on 01485 210013 or Wendy Calow on 01553 674725.

  • 20th - 22nd September 2019

    The exhibition will be held at Thornham Village Hall on Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd September, open daily 10am to 5pm. Art and craft created by stroke survivors will be displayed and for sale to the public. Also included are paintings by local accomplished artists. The exhibition is organised by volunteers of Hunstanton Coastal Stroke Support and Carers Group.


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.

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