Upcoming Events

  • Apr27May2

    Pop Up Shops at Dalegate Market

    Pop Up Shops @ Dalegate Market

    The North Norfolk Coast for shopping that’s not on the high street from local producers & artisans. Dalegate Market will host four local artisans & producers in the beach huts this week.

    Pop Up Shops change every week at Dalegate Market. You’ll usually find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops, in the beach huts behind Deepdale Cafe, from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week throughout the Summer and weekends in the run up to Christmas.

    Full listings of all Pop Up Shops can be found on the Dalegate Market website at: www.dalegatemarket.co.uk/pop-up-shops/ and the listings will be updated as Pop Up Shops are confirmed.

    Of course the permanent shops of Dalegate Market will be open – Keshco’s Supermarket & Fuel Station – Fat Face Clothing & Accessories – Gone Crabbing Seaside Inspired Gifts & Clothing – Relish Jewellery & Accessories Boutique – One Stop Nature ShopThe Hare & The Hen Gallery & Craft Shop.

    Plus there will be great breakfasts, lunches, teas, coffees & cakes from Deepdale Cafe.

    For more information on renting one of the Pop Up Shop beach huts at Dalegate Market or to apply for a Pop Up Shop, please fill out the application form online.

  • Apr29May1

    Field to Fork Tractor Trailer Tour at Holkham Hall

    Farming without having to put your wellies on! Families, hop aboard a fascinating tractor trailer tour after a visit to the Field to Fork Experience to see exactly where your food comes from. Discover the variety of crops that are grown in Holkham park, the livestock that Holkham keeps and how these change through the seasons.
    Tickets: £4 per adult, £2 per child (3-16 years incl.). To book telephone Holkham Ticket Office or visit www.holkham.co.uk

  • May1
    24

    at Fairhaven Woodland & Water Garden

    Candelabra Primula weeks

    1st to 24th May

    Stunning display of our beautiful candelabra Primula, around 50,000 flowering throughout the garden during May.

    Guided tours available on 3rd, 10th, 17th 21st and 24th May –   book tickets here

  • May3

    Parkland History Tractor Trailer Tour at Holkham Hall

    Explore more of Holkham’s wonderful parkland with a fascinating tractor trailer tour of Holkham park. Discover the landscaped parkland and historical architectural landmarks and find out how the park has changed through the course of time.
    Tickets: £7.50 per adult. Pre-booking essential. To book please telephone Holkham Ticket Office on 01328 713111 or visit www.holkham.co.uk

  • May4
    9

    Pop Up Shops at Dalegate Market

    Pop Up Shops @ Dalegate Market

    The North Norfolk Coast for shopping that’s not on the high street from local producers & artisans. Dalegate Market will host four local artisans & producers in the beach huts this week.

    Pop Up Shops change every week at Dalegate Market. You’ll usually find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops, in the beach huts behind Deepdale Cafe, from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week throughout the Summer and weekends in the run up to Christmas.

    Full listings of all Pop Up Shops can be found on the Dalegate Market website at: www.dalegatemarket.co.uk/pop-up-shops/ and the listings will be updated as Pop Up Shops are confirmed.

    Of course the permanent shops of Dalegate Market will be open – Keshco’s Supermarket & Fuel Station – Fat Face Clothing & Accessories – Gone Crabbing Seaside Inspired Gifts & Clothing – Relish Jewellery & Accessories Boutique – One Stop Nature ShopThe Hare & The Hen Gallery & Craft Shop.

    Plus there will be great breakfasts, lunches, teas, coffees & cakes from Deepdale Cafe.

    For more information on renting one of the Pop Up Shop beach huts at Dalegate Market or to apply for a Pop Up Shop, please fill out the application form online.

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