What's On

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

  • 24th June 2018

  • 24th June 2018

    11.00am to 5.00pm Annual Open Garden event with about 12 gardens to visit. Ringstead Open Gardens enters its 5th decade of fundraising for their village church with a blaze of colour, cakes and community spirit! Visitors can make a day of it with a number of gardens opening specially to the public from 11am to 5pm and a walk through the Ringstead Downs Chalk Pit. A delicious lunch (£10 a head) will be served at Ringstead Bury between 12-2pm (please book in advance on 07770 262 546) and Teas will be served at Westgate House along with the traditional cake and produce stall, tombola, raffle, craft stalls and plant stall. St Andrew’s Church plays host to a Flower Festival of The Life of St Andrew, throughout the weekend and Monday. With a guided tour of nearby Courtyard Farm by Lord Melchett and an Art Exhibition in the Village Hall also on the menu, it has all the makings of a great day out! £5 admits to all gardens. More information on Facebook @ringsteadopengardens See also page 86 of the May 18 Town and Around

  • Centred around The Green

  • 10-4pm

  • 3pm Tickets £5 from The Grapes Gallery. Heather Wells (soprano), David Young (clarinet) Grace Ng (piano) Marian Abramovich (piano)

  • Sarah has some stunning wildlife photography on her website and we are looking forward to seeing her new images. Visitors are always welcome to our club. Contact Jim Till on 01485 210013 or Wendy Calow on 01553 674725 for more information.

  • at 7.30pm - in the Social Club will be showing “Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons in The Man who knew Infinity”. Entrance fee of £5 includes free tea or coffee.

  • The Yorke Trust is hosting the innovative artist Sarah Kenchington who designs and builds extraordinary instruments. Her pipe ‘organ’ will be assembled in the Old Chapel, South Creake and Norfolk County Music Service will bring parties of children to explore it. You are invited to a glass of wine and nibbles to see the instrument she built for the Edinburgh Festival. The event is free, but please call 01328 823502 or email info@yorketrust.org to reserve a place.

  • Starring John Hurt in his last leading screen role. Book on 0781 802 8687 Tickets £5.00 Bar Opens 7.00pm Film Starts 7.30pm View trailers on our village website www.thornhamvillagehall.co.uk

  • Starts 8.30pm

  • Within days of becoming Prime Minister, Winston Churchill faced one of his most turbulent and defining trials: to negotiate a peace treaty with Hitler, or stand firm to fight for the ideals, liberty and freedom of a nation. As the Nazi forces rolled across Western Europe and the threat of invasion is imminent, Churchill must withstand his darkest hour, rally a nation, and attempt to change the course of world history.  Starring Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas.

  • 10-4pm

  • 2-4pm

  • Will be held in St Edmund’s Church, Hunstanton starting at 7:30pm – tickets £6 (including refreshments).

  • Starts 8.30pm

  • 11.00am to 5.30pm This year there will be nine gardens open to the public where everyone is invited to wander at leisure. Lunches, teas and a wide selection of homemade cakes available throughout the afternoon at the Village Hall. St. Mary’s Church will once again feature beautiful flower displays. Transport around the village: As the bus has been so popular in previous years it has been decided that the service will continue again this year. This free private bus service will be operating continuously all afternoon between the open gardens. This event is organised by the Help Holme Church Group and all proceeds are used to help maintain and refurbish the fabric of the village church. The ever-popular plant stall will have a wide selection for sale. Any plants purchased can be held at the stall until you are ready to leave the village. £4.00 accompanied children free payable at any of the gardens.

  • School Road, Heacham. 11am to 3pm. Bouncy castle, games, raffle, craft stalls, Tombola, BBQ, cake stall, refreshments and snail racing! For further information please call Heacham Infant and Nursery School on 01485 570357.

  • 21st July 2018


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