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A group of performers playing traditional instruments and wearing traditional hanseatic outfits on Tuesday Market Place.

Events

Discover the huge range of events going on all year in west Norfolk. Whatever your interest there is something happening in the area to suit you.

Event organisers can add local events to Visit West Norfolk through our online form (click here).

What type of events can I upload here?

Our listings give a shining light on colourful events across the west Norfolk area that hold a strong tourist or visitor appeal. If you are holding (or looking for) a service, local consultation or other regular community-focussed meeting or event beyond our scope, please do visit the links for externally-managed local community event platforms here: King’s Lynn Event Check, Downham Web, and Hunstanton Info.

  • A few examples created on our course. These bowl and wallhangings were designed and glass cut by two beginners to glass.

    Fused Glass Workshops

    Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale
    Open every Wednesday, between 17th August 2022 and 21st December 2022

    At Driftwood Glass Studio we offer a range of courses for both children and adults. So whether you want to dabble in learning the techniques or throw yourself entirely in a day of class cutting.

  • ‘JOURNEYS’ for Flute & Harp

    Heacham Parish Church, Heacham

    Join us for an enchanting hour long concert, featuring internationally renowned harpist and Classical Music Rock Patron, Gabriella Dall’ Olio and CMR’s Creative Director and flautist, Klio Blonz. Music that spans across the continents and throughout time, with works by Vivaldi, Mozart, Debussy and Shankar amongst others , by two of humanity’s oldest instruments. An occasion not to be missed. Early booking recommended: 01485 572343/ 01485 572539

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams A Life Through Music

    King’s Lynn Town Hall, KING’S LYNN

    Celebrating 150 years since the birth of Vaughan Williams an illustrated talk by John Treadway Trustee of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society. Hosted by King’s Lynn Music Society and the first event in our new season. Visitors are welcome- donation of £10 at door suggested. Free to under 18s students and those with FRMS affiliation. Coffee available from 7pm.