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Get a Sense of Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 17:20 08 June 2015

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham.

 Picture: James Bass

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham. Picture: James Bass

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Use your senses and discover all there is to do in Norfolk this month

SEE – Cromer Pier’s historic End of the Pier Show. This all-singing, all-dancing feast of live variety show entertainment, opens at the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, July 20, and runs until September 19.

01263 512495; www.cromer-pier.com

HEAR – Music by the sea as part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival from Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 14. Enjoy a carnival procession led by a full-sized mammoth on June 6, plus music, theatre, exhibitions, heritage walks, films and a community fair.

Events include an art exhibition in Yarmouth Minster and music and dance in St George’s Plaza; For more information visit www.greatyarmouthartsfestival.co.uk

SMELL – summer flowers in the gardens of Ludham, open on Sunday, June 21 from 11am to 5pm. Several of the gardens by Womack Water will be open, with free ferry transport across the Broad. See wherries, heritage boats and a vintage car display, plus arts and crafts and refreshment stalls.

A £6 admission fee covers all gardens, plus parking, with proceeds towards the upkeep of St Catherine’s Church, Ludham.

FEEL – historic on the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. Two days of celebrations will be held at King’s Lynn over the weekend of June 13 and 14, including street re-enactments and a King John treasure trail.

Activities are based at Lynn Museum and Tuesday Market Place from 10am-4pm; www.visitwestnorfolk.com

TASTE – for shopping? Each week four new pop-up shops arrive at Dalegate Market, from Thursday to Tuesday. The independent pop-ups set up shop in beach huts to join the permanent retailers and Deepdale Café.

Deepdale Centre, Main Road, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB; 01485 210036; www.dalegatemarket.co.uk

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