What’s on this weekend in Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 14:11 13 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:11 13 October 2020
We have gathered some great things to do and events happening this weekend in Norfolk
• Go pumpkin picking (until 1 Nov)
Old Hall Farm, Norwich Road, Bungay. 10am-4pm
Spend a day with the pumpkins at Old Hall Farm this October. Entry is £5 per car which includes a medium sized pumpkin with others available to buy. Visitors can also go on the pumpkin trail. The shop and cafe will be open too.
• The Glowing Lantern Parade (until 1 Nov)
Take the kids to the magical BeWILDerwood this Halloween season for the Glowing Lantern Parade. There will be lots of exciting things for kids to do. Book online and check regulations.
• Art Nouveau exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre (all weekend)
University of East Anglia, Norwich. 10am-5pm
Art Nouveau: The Nature of Dreams is the latest exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre and explores how nature influenced the 19th century Art Nouveau movement through 150 objects and artworks.
• Village market (October 17)
North Wootton Village Market is the place to find fresh produce from local suppliers and hand-crafted products as well as meet the producers and makers behind them. Between 15 and 20 stallholders are there each month. High quality, local, produce and delicacies, teas, coffees, bacon rolls, sausage baps, and cold drinks are on sale from 9am.
• Loddon Farmers’ Market (Sat 17 Oct)
Loddon & Chedgrave Farmers Market is at Langley Road Trading Estate, Chedgrave NR14 6HD (opposite the White Horse Pub) from 9am – 1pm.
Got an event to let us know about? Please email Samuel.Mathewson@archant.co.uk with details.