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All Things Norfolk are delighted to welcome Quirky Art by Jo Forster as the latest store in our shop. Jo said "'I am a small independent business working from my home in Norfolk. My love for art came in my early twenties and my aim is to spread a message of love and inspiration, turning my energy into something quirky and beautiful. Creating work that entertains and causes a positive feeling inside you makes me a very happy artist". To visit Jo's store please click here
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The team in The Edge Health & Fitness Club at Barnham Broom are on a mission this New Year to motivate individuals and support them in reaching their fitness goals. Their fully qualified on-site Fitness & Wellbeing Instructors, work alongside members to determine their targets, plan how they can achieve these and drive them towards success. Their spacious gym, spins bikes, swimming pool, sauna, steam room and courts allow members to focus on their fitness and wellbeing. Alongside this, The Edge offer in-person and virtual fitness classes, which provides members with the option to try something different and exercise at a time which suits them best.
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Let the sparkling lights at Sheringham’s Little Theatre help shine the way through the Winter gloom and lead you into a scintillating Spring. With a superb selection of over two dozen exciting events already booked before the end of May, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. And keep your eye on the website www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com for more events and mainstream cinema being added. Some productions come with added anticipation, having been paused by the pandemic. Refreshed regulars are returning with sprightly fresh shows eagerly waiting in the wings. To showcase the best of up-and-coming local talent, the energetic Youth Theatre will finally perform the beautifully crafted musical Guys and Dolls. It’s on for three nights at Easter including Good Friday so make sure of booking your tickets early. 
Monday, 06 December 2021 00:00

A Midwinter Night's Dream

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For many years Westacre Theatre has painstakingly earned itself an enviable reputation of celebrating Christmas with its own specially written plays. Building on that hard-earned tradition, one of Shakespeare’s best-loved comedies has just sustained a seismic seasonal shift from the original story, with resident dramatist Andy Naylor directing his own free-ranging adaptation of A Midwinter Night’s Dream. This year’s delightfully absorbing show retains many of the Bard’s beautifully descriptive passages. Some simplification of the story-line, however, really has enabled it to become completely appropriate as a festive treat for the whole family who will undoubtedly enjoy it on a variety of levels. Servants from the ‘big house’ are planning to perform a Christmas play composed by the Duchess’ daughter. So they meet secretly at night in the Westacre woods to…
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M+A Partners have offices in Norwich, Attleborough and Cromer and provide professional accountancy, audit and taxation services to Norfolk and beyond. In the first of a regular feature for All Things Norfolk to help support Norfolk businesses M+A Partners explain the changes to the VAT late filing and penalty system. HMRC are introducing a new penalty system for the late submission and payment of VAT returns. Although VAT repayment claims will not be subject to late payment penalties, they will be subject to the late filing penalties, and so this new system will impact on all VAT registered businesses. New penalties will replace the existing Default Surcharge system, and have been designed to harmonise the penalty systems for late filing and payment across the taxes that HMRC manage. The new…
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Book a 2022 strategy meeting at Barnham Broom. The New Year is the perfect time to discuss business needs, get together with colleagues and plan for the year ahead. Set in the heart of the Norfolk countryside and situated on the outskirts of Norwich, Barnham Broom is a prestigious venue which offers a safe and secure environment. With ample amounts of onsite parking, spacious meeting rooms and grounds and the option for guests to enjoy an overnight stay, round of golf or Spa treatment in addition to their visit, Barnham Broom is the perfect location to come together.
Monday, 29 November 2021 00:00

Escape to Norfolk this Christmas

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This Christmas, visit the historic city of Norwich and indulge in a luxury stay at Barnham Broom. Although just a few miles from the centre of the medieval city of Norwich, Barnham Broom is perfectly secluded in the beautiful Norfolk countryside; the perfect backdrop for a spot of festive escapism! Barnham Broom is a luxury resort with two immaculate golf courses, indulgent spa, health and fitness club, outstanding dining and a tranquil and relaxed atmosphere. With everything you need to unwind and get away from it all this Christmas, allow our team to take care of you and take all the stress out of the season, giving you plenty of opportunity to relax during this specially-curated four night stay.
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Westacre Theatre welcomes everyone to see Robin Hood and his mischievous merry men on stage with their mirth and music. Tickets are available for the two evening performances on Thursday 2 December and Friday 3 December at 7:30pm. Marion joins our gallant outlaws and they desperately need your festive support in their fight for what is right. You can book online at www.westacretheatre.com or by phoning 01760 755800. But out of sight behind the scenes there is another hidden Christmas story unfolding. Using the miracles of modern technology, Westacre Theatre is saving the day for local children to meet Robin Hood. The three Primary Academies – Castle Acre, Narborough and Sporle - forming the Church of England Nar Valley Federation around the Theatre were coming on a special treat to…
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A North Norfolk brewery is celebrating after winning an award in a prestigious global beer competition for its first-ever lager. Poppyland Brewery, in Cromer, which was founded in 2012, had never brewed a lager until this year, when owner Dave Cornell brewed a Vienna lager under the name Empress. Now Empress Vienna Lager has been awarded a bronze medal in the 2021 International Beer Challenge against competition from hundreds of brewers from 15 different countries across the world, including Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic, the United States, the Netherlands, Brazil, Japan, Italy and Spain. Dave Cornell said: "I'm delighted that our very first attempt at making a lager at Poppyland has been so successful. It was a one-off, as are most of our beers, but we will almost certainly be…
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The newly opened Yare Gallery, on Great Yarmouth’s historic South Quay overlooking the river, opens this week (Friday) with an amazing collection of circus paintings and artefacts from famous artists, many of whom are Norfolk and Suffolk based and internationally known painters of circus subjects – Bruer Tidman, has been painting the Hippodrome circus since 1984, and has over a dozen paintings in the show. Colin Self an English Pop Artist who has over 30 works in the Tate, will have 6 of his clowns on display and a series of circus themed sculptures created from tin cans , Will Teather a leading figurative artist will have one of his famous spheres and a series of circus paintings, Mark Burrell, a Lowestoft based realist painter who tells great stories through…
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