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All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Deepdale Festival  (27th-29th September) to provide you with the chance to win a pair of weekend day tickets (worth £70 - no cash alternative) which is access to the Festival Site during the day on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

This is the 3rd annual music and arts festival and this year there are almost more acts than permanent residents in the village, consisting of the best original musicians from East Anglia and far beyond.

Chris Haycock, the Festival Director, has put together an incredible line-up for 2019, a programme that has folk at its heart, but shows the eclectic music tastes of Chris and the Crew at Deepdale. Across four stages, Burnham Deepdale will host and support an incredible array of music talent on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September.

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All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden to provide you with the chance to win a family ticket to their Cirque de Bizarre Halloween Party which takes place on Thursday 31st October from 6pm to 8pm.

The Fairhaven Cirque de Bizarre Halloween Party features mind-boggling acts in the woods from the Foolhardy Circus. There'll be ferocious fire eating and a terrifying trapeze artist. Ruby Dagger will chew her razor blades and there'll be a group of fiendish clowns among the trees. Look out for the trickery of the Black HoleMagic Box, the frightening skill of the whip man and hear devilish tales from Tilly the Storyteller. Don't miss the live music, children's entertainer, fabulous face painting and great food and drink. Dress code is diabolical circus. The evening finishes with a fireworks finale at 7.45pm. You'd be bats to miss it!

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All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden to provide you with the chance to win a family ticket to Fairhaven's Outdoor Cinema on either Friday 2nd August to see the Greatest Showman or Saturday 3rd August to see Mary Poppins (1964) . The prize incorporates Garden entry for that day from 10am and then the film at 8.30pm . 

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham consists of 130 acres of cultivated, wild and natural plantings, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. There are nearly 4 miles of woodland pathways to explore along with stunning views over their private broad.

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Monday, 08 April 2019 00:00

Win a copy of Miracle in Kigali

All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Paul Dickson Books of Norwich to give you the opportunity to win a copy of Miracle of Kigali, the inspirational story of Illuminée Nganemariya who has built a new life in Norwich having survived the Rwandan Genocide.

Miracle in Kigali - the Rwandan Genocide, a survivor's journey 2019 edition, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, was published in Norwich on Monday 8 April. The book tells the amazing story of Illuminée Nganemariya and her baby son Roger Nsengiyumva's survival in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, during the 1994 Genocide and subsequent life in Norwich.

Miracle in Kigali was first published in 2007 by the Tagman Press. This new edition, which updates Illuminée and Roger's story, including Roger's developing film and TV acting career.

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All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Paul Dickson Tours for a chance of winning one of two pairs of tickets to "Norwich on the Dark Side" Tour on either Tuesday 29th or Wednesday 30th October.

This 1½ hour guided tour with Norwich guide, Paul Dickson, looks at the darker side of Norwich, crime, punishment, filth and misery! The tour starts outside the Erpingham Gate of Norwich Cathedral and finishes in the Market Place. Hear about grizzly tales of the plague, the ups and downs of Kett’s Rebellion, the horror of Lollards Pit, drunken 17th century antics, celebrated Victorian murders and executions, floods, filth and grime – all stories from the darker side of Norwich.

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All Things Norfolk have teamed up with Paul Dickson Books to provide you with a chance of winning a copy of the Audiobook Ink in my Blood by Neil Haverson

Listen to Neil Haverson's 50-year ride through the Norfolk and Suffolk newspaper industry, on the new audiobook edition of Ink in my blood read by 'Brat Minor', Nick Haverson and with an introduction to Neil's 'greatest hits' from 'Brat Major'.

Enjoy Neil's tales of bachelor life in King's Lynn and sporting prowess on the cricket field and hockey pitch - also find out how he met Mrs H.

Neil has witnessed it all in the ever-changing regional media world –from flongs, hot metal and office cricket to full colour printing,digital editions and the web.

For much of his career, Neil worked in Eastern Counties Newspapers, latterly Archant's commercial arm, but his talent as a humorous writer was discovered on the in-house Prospect magazine. This led to wry sporting columns and the famous 'Fortress H' dispatches in the Eastern Daily Press. 

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To celebrate the opening of the new Tourist Information centre in Sheringham and working in conjunction with NNDC and Sheringham Chamber of trade , Driftwood Gallery are running a competition for young people in this area.

Closing date is the 21st February, The title is: What makes someone want to come to North Norfolk, the subject can be anything to show why North Norfolk is great.

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