The summer’s coming and that means it’s time again for the Worstead Festival, a weekend that celebrates Norfolk village life with family fun, good food, entertainment and country pursuits.
Organisers are hoping the sun shines for the annual event, this year on the weekend of July 30 and 31.
There will be music, tractors and animals, including pig racing for the first time and the return of donkey rides. The Best of Norfolk Food Marquee will be showcasing tasty Norfolk treats with local chefs showing what they can do.
The popular medieval village will be set up for the weekend, taking visitors on a trip back in time and there will be loads of stalls with crafts and gifts. There’s a Pimms and fizz tent too.
And, to make sure it’s a value day out for the family, tickets are priced again at £5, with children under 12 going free.
Gates open at 10am each day and Friday evening sees the annual Worstead 5 organised by the North Norfolk Beach Runners.
We went the year before last and had a great day out – well worth a look.
See www.worsteadfestival.org and www.nnbr.co.uk for more details.