We’ve collated a list of events and attractions to visit in Norfolk this February:
6th-7th February – Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fair
The return of the Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fair at the Norfolk Showground – This fair offers a wide range of collectables and antiques, whether you are a professional dealer, collector, or enthusiast. It is the largest show of its kind, so if you are looking for an item or have an item you would like to be appraised, the show is a must-see attraction!
13th-21st February – Design a Den Week
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden are holding a “Design a Den” week in their woodland garden on the Norfolk Broads. All you have to do is take a photograph of the den once you make it and share it on their Facebook page. You could be in with a chance of winning a year’s family membership to Fairhaven.
13th-14th February – Sheringham Viking Festival and Parade
17th February-1st March – Natural Selection Art Exhibition
The Natural Selection Art Exhibition at Cley Marshes is an art exhibition by sculptor Dr. Tim Willey – all based on the natural materials found on the Salthouse and Cley reserves. The family workshop is being held on February 19th, 2-5pm.
20th-21st February – EDP Wedding Show
The EDP Wedding Show is being held at the Norfolk Showground – the biggest show of its kind in East Anglia! Featuring over 150 exhibitors, four wedding fashion shows, and a Brasteds Champagne Bar and Cafe, this event is ideal for any engaged couple.
21st February – Raptors at Stubb Mill
Grab your chance to see the Raptors flying into the roost at dusk, on a walk with Philip Howard and Jon Shutes at Stubb Mill, Hickling Broad.
21st February – Mundesley Beachwatch
28th February – The Hunny Bell Cross Country 2016
The 10th annual Hunny Bell Cross Country Run is being held on the Stody Estate near Holt this year. There are various prizes for the winners in every category and medals for every runner – and it’s all raising money for the charity “Break”.
Snowdrops at Walsingham
Why not take a stroll over the 18 acres of woodland along the river Stiffkey at Walsingham Abbey? Perfect for enjoying the beautiful carpet of Snowdrops that cover the grounds…
Winter Floodlit Feed
You can witness the Winter Floodlit Feed daily at 3pm at Pensthorpe Natural Park – this attracts a wide array of colourful wildfowl including Teal, Wigeon and Gadwall.