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The Battle of the Nile, 1 August 1798. End of the Action, 1799, by Thomas Whitcombe. ©National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

‘Nelson & Norfolk’ Exhibition opening 29th July 2017

Admiral Lord Nelson and his affection for his native county of Norfolk is the subject of a major exhibition entitled 'Nelson & Norfolk curated by the Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery (running until 1st of October).

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Great British Prom Choir Competition

Prom Choir Competition shortlist announced

The shortlist of the inaugural Great British Prom Choir Competition has been announced! The winning choir will perform “Jerusalem” with the National Symphony Orchestra during The Great British Proms at Blickling Hall.

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The Ringland Swan, Norfolk

Visit The Ringland Swan

The Ringland Swan is a family friendly pub on the outskirts of Norwich, with an outdoor children’s play area making it a great place to stop for a bite to eat and drink or to take the weight off your feet on a family day out.

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Sheringham Park, north Norfolk

Celebrating Humphry Repton

The life and work of landscape gardener Humphry Repton is set to be celebrated through a photography competition, launched by the National Trust’s Sheringham Park.

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Happy New Year 2017!

What’s on in 2017

What’s on in 2017 Since Christmas we’ve been working hard to search out the best events that Norfolk has to offer just for you! Our ‘What’s on’ section is packed full with...

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