There was a nailbiting finish to Great Melton’s top-of-the-table clash with Martham last Saturday. In near-darkness as a storm broke overhead, skipper Olly Harris and last man Alex Rennie steered their side to a one-wicket victory with a single off the final ball.
All-singing, all-dancing shows, circus spectacle, a charming adaptation of The Secret Garden, TV favourites Ben & Holly brought to life and Horrible Histories just some of the treats on stage this Spring Bank holiday.
Strumpshaw Steam Rally fires up for its 25th anniversary, Dad’s Army invade North Norfolk Railway, there is two-wheel fun at Holkham and Sandingham, plus fireworks, country fairs, retro computer games and more for all the family.
Reading from his debut book Grief Is The Thing With Feathers, Max Porter said it was too hot in the bejewelled Adnams Spiegeltent surroundings to get in to the really heavy stuff – as if the extracts he delivered with such brave force were easy words.
During his seven years in Norfolk William Galinsky has brought everything from a Dinosaur Petting Zoo to a hotel of quirky treehouses to a huge inflatable moon to our city and county in his role as artistic director of Norfolk and Norwich Festival.