Holkham Walled Garden - Walls of Sound

Holkham Walled Garden - Walls of Sound

WALLS OF SOUND - 8 BANDS, 2 DAYS

Bank Holiday Weekend Mini Festival

Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th August, 4pm-9pm

This summer, we are delighted to bring you our first ever Walls of Sound music event. Experience some of East Anglia’s best musical talent live on stage, in the beautiful setting of Holkham’s walled garden. Enjoy the open-air, summer atmosphere with eight popular local bands, split over two days.

FRIDAY

Adam Thomas

One microphone, one guitar and a versatile list of songs, a dynamic singer with a passion for performing live music.

Sam Coe and the Long Shadows

UK country/americana music and a collection of honest, gutsy and heart-wrenching songs.

Jessie’s Ghost

A pop-folk band combining acoustic songwriting with vocal harmonies in a mix of original tracks and covers.

Bear Club

A journey of pop, indie, rock, funk, dance, and soul from this fresh, ultimate party band.

SATURDAY

Chris Cooper Trio and Guests

This band will start the show with their popular repertoire of uptempo jazz.

The Fused

This party rock band will cover a range of songs from the 70s to modern day hits - a dance floor filler!

Revival

Swagger down memory lane with classic brit pop and indie.

Wild Boys

Possibly one of the best live 80s UK bands, covering all the great artists and biggest tunes of the decade.

Bring a picnic and your dancing shoes and enjoy the atmosphere! There will be fabulous street food to buy and a bar too.

Tickets: 1 day ticket £30, 2 day ticket £50.

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Wells Maltings

Wells Maltings

The Wells Maltings has been converted to be a wonderful cultural resource for the North Norfolk Coast.

It incorporates live theatre, music and comedy, an arts cinema, heritage centre, art galleries, yoga and dance studios and a café serving really great light meals, teas and coffees, smoothies etc and a full service bar.

This is transformative for the area and a great addition for visitors. Do have a look at their website to see what might be on during your stay, or pop in for a delicious snack at lunchtime. Have a relaxed drink at the bar before your film - it is a real treat. We are booked in to see the live stream of the National Theatre and Andrea Levy’s ‘Small Island’ this month. Can’t wait.

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Wiveton Hall Cafe is open for the season - it MUST be spring

Wiveton Hall Cafe is open for the season - it MUST be spring

On the North Norfolk Coast the annual opening of the Wiveton Hall Café (as seen in the BBC’s ‘Normal for Norfolk’) for the season - heralds the official arrival of spring and the promise of summer to come. It is enormously popular, so be sure to book for lunch before your visit - we love it.

Info below:

Our Chefs are passionate about sourcing truly local ingredients, if they’re not from the farm then you can be sure they won’t have travelled far.

Café Opening Times

28th March – 20th December 2019

Every day 9.30am – 4.30pm

Evenings from 12th April

Lunch served daily

The Café gets very busy between 12.00 – 3.00pm please do call or email us to reserve a table: 01263 740515

12.00 – 3.00pm

Tea and cakes served daily

Booking is not required

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Cooked Breakfast served every day

Booking is necessary for the weekends

Monday to Friday 9.30am – 10.45am

Saturdays and Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays 9.30am – 10.30am

Tapas

Booking is necessary during the busy periods

Every Friday and Saturday from 26th April – 28th September

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Pizza Evenings

Booking is necessary during the busy periods

5.30pm – 8.00pm

Easter Holidays 12th/13th/14th April and 19th/20th/21st April

May Half – Term 26th – 30th May

Sunday – Thursday every day from 21st July – 29th August

October Half – Term 20th – 25th October

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Half Term fun at Holkham Hall Estate

Half Term fun at Holkham Hall Estate

There is always fun to be had at the Holkham Estate, on the famous beach and in the Park of course but also on the Woodland Play Area to the about to open new High Ropes Course but they have organised lots more especially for the Summer Half Term break. Including great Nature based activities like Deer and Wildlife Safari, Build our Bird Box Trail and a Dawn Chorus and Birdsong Identification Guided Walk.

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Henry Moore at Houghton Hall

Henry Moore at Houghton Hall

1st May – 29th September 2019

(WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, SUNDAYS AND BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS – 1ST MAY-19TH JULY)(WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS ONLY – 20TH JULY ONWARDS)

In a unique collaboration with the Henry Moore Foundation, Houghton Hall in Norfolk presents this major exhibition HENRY MOORE AT HOUGHTON HALL: NATURE AND INSPIRATION – the first significant show of the artist’s work in East Anglia.

Curated by Sebastiano Barassi, the Henry Moore Foundation’s Head of Collections & Exhibitions, the exhibition will include several monumental outdoor pieces in the grounds of the house, as well as a selection of smaller works, models and etchings, which will be shown in the ground floor gallery spaces. There will also be sculptural interventions in the State Rooms, particularly in The Stone Hall. Highlights include many of Moore’s most celebrated works such as Large Reclining Figure 1984, The Arch 1963-69, Three Piece Sculpture: Vertebrae 1968-69 and Upright Motive No.8 1955-56.

Lord Cholmondeley, owner of Houghton Hall, said: ”It is a great accolade for Houghton to have the Henry Moore Foundation involved in this year’s exhibition. We feel honoured that the Foundation are lending such a range of important work and have agreed to curate the show for us. We are also extremely grateful to our sponsors, particularly the Gagosian Gallery.”

Godfrey Worsdale, Director, Henry Moore Foundation, said: “The Foundation is delighted that Henry Moore’s work will be seen in the remarkable surroundings of Houghton Hall. Over recent years, Houghton has become increasingly recognised for the platform it gives to artists, and in particular to the work of sculptors. Henry Moore was frequently engaged by the relationship of his work with architecture, and always pleased to see his monumental forms in natural light and settings; this exhibition will enable both to be seen to magnificent effect.”

Henry Moore (1898 – 1986) is considered to be one of the most important British artists of the 20th Century and arguably the most internationally celebrated sculptor of the modern era. Moore was a pioneer, and the first British artist to become a global star in his own lifetime. His work came to symbolize post-war modernism and can be said to have caused a British sculptural renaissance. Moore’s sculpture can be seen in innumerable museum collections around the world. He worked in many different mediums, but his most recognizable works are large bronze groups using both figurative and abstract elements. He also produced fibreglass versions of some of his most iconic pieces, specifically for exhibition, and two of these will be on show at Houghton.

Moore left a large body of work to the Foundation, which he set up in the grounds of his house at Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, in 1977. Part of the Foundation’s remit is to make loans and organize exhibitions both in this country and abroad.

Houghton Hall was built by Sir Robert Walpole, Great Britain’s first Prime Minister, and was designed by the most prominent architects of the early Georgian period, Colen Campbell and James Gibbs; whilst the gilded interiors of the State Floor, with their mythological painted ceilings and profusion of marble and mahogany, was the work of William Kent. Sir Robert’s great picture collection was sold to the Empress Catherine of Russia in 1779, but the furniture, bronzes and Roman antiquities were left intact, as well as the family portraits, and the original silks and velvets have survived in remarkable condition. Houghton and its estate passed to the Cholmondeley family at the end of the 18th Century and is still a family home. The house and award-winning gardens have been open to the public since 1976.

In 2013 a remarkable exhibition reunited the house with Walpole’s original picture collection, with loans from the State Hermitage St Petersburg and many other museums and collections. The show won Apollo Magazine’s Exhibition of the Year and Hudson’s Heritage Best Event and attracted 120,000 visitors.

PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE HENRY MOORE FOUNDATION AND CURATED BY SEBASTIANO BARASSI

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King's Lynn Festival - 15-28 July, 2018

King's Lynn Festival - 15-28 July, 2018

The King's Lynn Festival is a feast of music. It is also a festival of the ancient town of King's Lynn, with festival walks and exhibitions, music in the square and a lively and extensive fringe festival. This year, Alistair McGowan will be playing the piano, and doing impressions, Andrew Graham-Dixon talking about the Royal Collection, as he did on his BBC programme, the BBC Big Band and many, many more performers and events.

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Holt Festival - 21-29 July 2018

Holt Festival - 21-29 July 2018

he Holt Festival is great fun, with music, conversation, dance, fine art, children's entertainment and a fringe festival. This year a few highlights include John Simpson in conversation with Suzie Fowler-Watt, Leo Sayer in concert, Gloria Campaner and Leszek Możdżer playing piano together and a stand up perfomance by Jasper Carrott in the magical Theatre in the Woods at Gresham's School in Holt. There is so much more going on and Holt itself is a gorgeous, unspoiled, Georgian Market town with quirky independent shops and restaurants. 

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Wine Tasting at Socius Restaurant in Burnham Market - 5th July

Wine Tasting at Socius Restaurant in Burnham Market - 5th July

We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting our very first wine tasting evening in collaboration with our amazing wine supplier Rob from CH Wine Merchants. The evening will be held on Thursday 5th July 2018, with arrival from 7pm. Food service will kick off from 7:30pm with five courses of delicious locally sourced produce, paired with five interesting wines. To book a table, book online here, or give us a call on 01328 738307! The menu can be found below;

1
Cured seabass, fennel, apple, cucumber
Gougeres, goats cheese, herbs (v)
Crispy quail, sweetcorn
Cava Brut, 'Fancesc Ricart', Spain

2
Jersey royal hasselback potato, sorrel, Old Winchester (v)
Petit Blanc, Viogner, Chenin Blanc 'Vondeling', Paarl, South Africa

3
Tuna tartare, pickles, spicy aioli
Figure Libre Freestyle, 'Domaine Gayda', France

4
Whole roasted duck, roasted duck breast, crispy duck leg, duck liver, waldorf
'Baby Brunello', Rosso Del Palazzone, 'Il Palazzone', Montalcino, Italy

5
Caramelised apple eclair, craquelin, stem ginger
Sauternes, 'Chateau Gravas', Bordeaux, France

£49.50 per head inclusive of paired wines

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The Norfolk Superhero - Team Challenge Quadrathalon, June 16 2018

The Norfolk Superhero - Team Challenge Quadrathalon, June 16 2018

What is the Norfolk Superhero?

The Norfolk Superhero is a quadrathlon event held annually in June when the tides are right, at Burnham Overy Staithe on the beautiful North Norfolk coast.

Participants take part in teams of 2 over a course that includes a 1 mile swim, a 4 mile kayak through the creeks, a 45 mile circular cycle route and an 8 mile run across the beach finishing with the last mile over the marsh. Teams must stick together and help each other out although there is a good mix of competition on show as well.

One of the key trademarks of the Norfolk Superhero Challenge is the 'buddy system'. People take part in teams of 2, working together as a unit so they are able to monitor and help each other and share the success of completing the challenge with another person

Named after the village’s Hero Pub, the event has, over the years, grown from a small band of friends to a maximum of 200 competitors, all of whom raise money to support a Norfolk based charity every year.

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David Atkins Exhibition at the Fairfax Gallery in Burnham Market from 26 May, 2018

David Atkins Exhibition at the Fairfax Gallery in Burnham Market from 26 May, 2018

DAVID ATKINS

David Atkins Artist information:

The Fairfax Gallery have been privileged to work with David Atkins exhibiting his paintings since our opening Exhibition in 1995, closely following his success with critics and collectors alike over the years. David’s confident painterly use of oils marks him out as an artist with a future as vibrant as his paintings.

David Atkins has selected a hand finished contemporary white frame to offset the compositions. The beauty of the original paintings is the rich textural qualities of the oil, which tends to look flat in reproductions.

St Martins School of Art Winchester  – First Class Honours in Fine Art

Winner of the 2000 Discerning Eye – ‘ Facade International Prize ‘
Also a finalist in the 2001 & 2002 Discerning Eye awards, held at the Mall Galleries, London & 2003 NEAC exhibition at Mall Galleries, London.
David Atkins’ Paintings are produced with vigour and intuitiveness, allowing the process of working and reworking to consolidate the truthful response of the subject.

Assurance: Our prices are set by the artists and we wish to ensure  you the best price possible. If you see work by the artist from any source at a lower price please let us know as we do not knowing wish to be undersold

New paintings from 26th May at Fairfax Gallery Burnham Market

New Paintings featuring The North Norfolk Coastline


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National Trust & Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

National Trust & Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

The Easter Bunny has been hopping through Sheringham Park and found so much to do that a choice of two trails has been provided to lead you to a yummy Cadbury Easter treat. 

The Firecrest trail is a buggy and wheelchair friendly route which leads you amongst the flowering camellias, pierses and early rhododendrons of the wild garden.

For the adventurers amongst you, the Buzzard trail will take you on undulating paths to the wilder areas of the park.

You can book HERE

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Brancaster Beach National Trust Family Fun Wednesdays and Thursdays in the Easter Holidays

Brancaster Beach National Trust Family Fun Wednesdays and Thursdays in the Easter Holidays

Join the National Trust team for a day of 50 things themed family fun on the Norfolk Coast at Brancaster Beach. Fly one of our kites, (or bring your own), try stone skimming, track a wild animal, build an epic sandcastle, or sit back and watch the birdlife or hunt for bugs. Grab your scrapbook and collect your stickers and stamps. Stay for as little or as long as you like and start ticking off your adventures.
All adults must be accompanied by a responsible child!
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
Meet at Brancaster Beach (PE31 8AX - parking charge of £2 for two hours or £4 all day, not NT). Please look out for our flags and staff.
What to bring and wear
Please dress for the weather, even on summer days it can get chilly on the coast. Please wear old clothes and shoes you don't mind getting muddy. Bring a towel and spare change of clothes.

Other
These activities are designed to be self-led by you as a family but facilitated by us. We will be supplying the relevant equipment, pointing out the best places for you to do the activity and also being on hand if you need any help or advice. If you would like further information then please contact us. The road to the beach is subject to tidal flooding, do not attempt to drive through flood water on the road. The timings of our events have been adjusted to attempt to work around this.

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Chamber Music in the Marble Hall at Holkham - Daniel Kharitonov - Piano Saturday 28th April - 7pm

Chamber Music in the Marble Hall at Holkham - Daniel Kharitonov - Piano Saturday 28th April - 7pm

This concert is one of a series of chamber music concerts at Holkham Hall - absolute magic. 

Daniel Kharitonov - Piano
Saturday 28th April - 7pm

Programme:
Mozart: Fantasie No.3 in D minor K.397
Beethoven: Sonata in C sharp minor Op.27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’
Beethoven: Sonata in F minor Op.57 ‘Appassionata’
Tchaikovsky: Pletnev: Concert Suite from ‘The Nutcracker’
Tchaikovsky: Dumka Op.59 (Scene from a Russian village)
Rachmaninov: Sonata No.2 Op.36

Daniel Kharitonov was born in 1998 in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk on the island of Sakhalin, over 4,000 miles from Moscow. He studied at the Central Music School of the Moscow Conservatory and came to the Royal College of Music in 2016.

In 2015 he was the youngest ever competitor in the 15th Tchaikovsky International Competition where he took third prize, a staggering achievement for one so young in a competition at this level. Daniel made his début at the Royal Festival Hall in November 2017 in a concert with the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra. He also appeared with the London Chamber Orchestra in Ghent, gave an extensive recital tour in Japan, was a soloist in Bratislava with the Slovak Philharmonic and played at the Windsor Festival and in Cambridge.

This is Daniel’s first visit to north Norfolk and his generous programme combines standard classics with works from his mother country’s rich musical heritage. We eagerly anticipate this brilliant young pianist’s début at Holkham.

Tickets: £25 - Includes a glass of wine in the Saloon during the interval and an opportunity to view some of the other state rooms in the Hall.

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Sandringham Flower Show, 25 July 2018

Sandringham Flower Show, 25 July 2018

This year the Sandringham Flower Show takes place on the 25th July - as well as being a wonderful day out with show gardens, crafts, and a show ground, it is a fantastic Royal occasion attended by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Queen. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge often attend with their children also. It is a real family event for the Royals and for the rest of us too. Will the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend this summer…?

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Open Air Cinema at Holkham - by Luna Cinema, 29/20 June 2018

Open Air Cinema at Holkham - by Luna Cinema, 29/20 June 2018

This is one of our favourite summer events - harking back to childhood days. Endless summers, romance and freedom... Come and try it for yourself.

OPEN AIR CINEMA
Friday 29th June, 9.15pm - Pretty Woman
Saturday 30th June, 9.15pm - Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Back for Summer 2018, The Luna Cinema will once again transform the beautiful grounds of the walled garden into the ultimate setting for two nights of classic cinema under the stars! Bring your blankets and chairs and sit back and relax with your favourite films.

Pretty Woman, walking down the street…Join us Friday night and watch the romance unfold for an unlikely duo. Will love conquer all as the pair try and bridge the gap between their very different worlds.

All aboard the Hogwarts Express as we join Harry, Ron and Hermoine in their very first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Will they find the Philosopher’s stone in time and defeat he-who-should-not-be-named?

Tickets: On sale from Friday 23rd March at 10am. Click here to take you to the Luna Cinema website to purchase tickets. 

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TREASURES AND TROPHIES – THE MAKING OF A GENTLEMAN AND A GREAT HOUSE

TREASURES AND TROPHIES – THE MAKING OF A GENTLEMAN AND A GREAT HOUSE

Thomas Coke is, of course, a well known historical figure. Innovative, entrepreneurial and a powerful man politically. Get to know him better through this exhibition of his life through the art he chose and loved. The Hokham Hall exhibitions are beautifully curated and well worth the trip.

Thomas Coke, creator of Holkham Hall, was, in 1712, an impressionable teenager tempted by gambling and cock fighting. Under the instruction of his guardians he was sent on one of the longest and most influential Grand Tours of the 18th century. The Grand Tour was the precursor to today’s package travel and allowed young aristocrats the chance to experience the arts, culture, society and history of parts of Europe.Over the course of six years he travelled through France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and the Low Countries.

Leaving to gunfire and fanfare from Holkham, Thomas undertook a journey which inspired him to create the house you see today. Delve into the archives and witness the arduous route he travelled, meet the entourage who accompanied him, discover how the people he met, such as William Kent, became a lifelong friends and helped shape his vision, learn about the epic collection of paintings, statues, drawings, rare books and manuscripts he amassed which now attract a worldwide audience and form his ‘temple of the arts’. Undertaking lessons in horse riding, fencing and music, Thomas Coke had language tutors who encouraged him to fully immerse himself in the culture of his surroundings, he pursued his interest in architecture and witnessed grand operas, theatre and balls of the period, turning an impressionable adolescent into a true virtuoso and architect in the making. In 1734 work began on his temple of the arts, and in 1744 became 1st Earl of Leicester of the first creation.

To bring the story and history to life there will be plenty of opportunity for visitor interaction. Adults and children can walk in the shoes of Thomas Coke, dressing up in costume, create a mini Palladian building from blocks, witness the food he ate and discover a replica studio of the Italian painter, Francesco Trevisani, where Thomas Coke, aged 20, sat for his portrait, which now hangs in the Manuscript Library of the hall.

Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays from 25th March to 31st October 2018

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Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall: Colour Space Paintings and Outdoor Sculptures

Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall: Colour Space Paintings and Outdoor Sculptures

This Damien Hirst installation at Houghton Hall, opening on 25th March and on until 25th July, is already generating a huge buzz both nationally and here in West Norfolk. It promises to be a very exciting exhibition.

A new series of paintings, Colour Space, will be installed in the State Rooms at Houghton Hall for the exhibition ‘Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall’ from 25 March – 15 July 2018. The exhibition will include a number of the artist’s most celebrated sculptures, which will be installed throughout the 18th-century house and gardens.

The Colour Space series is a development of the iconic Spot Paintings which are among the artist's most recognised works. Where the Spot Paintings of the 1980s and 90s use the logic of mechanical paint application, the Colour Space paintings are looser and more organic in appearance. Six sculptures will be installed outdoors, including ‘Virgin Mother’ (2005–2006) and ‘Charity’ (2002–2003). Three sculptures will be installed in the house: ‘Saint Bartholomew’, ‘Exquisite Pain’ (2006) in the Entrance Hall, and two smaller kinetic sculptures from the artist’s “levitation” series – featuring air blowers and table tennis balls – in the celebrated Stone Hall.

Damien Hirst said: “I originally wanted the Spots to look like they were painted by a human trying to paint like a machine. Colour Space is going back to the human element, so instead you have the fallibility of the human hand in the drips and inconsistencies. There are still no two exact colours that repeat in each painting, which is really important to me. I think of them as cells under a microscope. It felt right to show them somewhere historic rather than in a conventional gallery space and Houghton’s perfect. It feels totally right.”

The exhibition will coincide with the publication of Colour Space, published by HENI Publishing. 

‘Flesh Tint’ (2016). Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2018

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Norfolk by Design Pop up at Houghton Hall

Norfolk by Design Pop up at Houghton Hall

Hosted at Fabulous Houghton Hall, this Norfolk by Design exhibition promises to be inspirational. We love and respect the work of the artists involved and are delighted to have Norfolk by Design who discover and curate the wonderful work for this showcase.

For the second Norfolk by Design Pop-Up Shop we will have a selection of new work by 40+ of Norfolk’s finest artists and craftspeople from across the generations. This will coincide with the opening of the Damien Hirst exhibition at Houghton Hall from March 25 to July 15, 2018.
The focus this year will be on artists of differing generations with a few more mature artists from Norfolk and the wider reaches of East Anglia, including a capsule collection of work by the late Margaret Mellis. She concluded a productive artistic career based in Suffolk, where she brought order to chaos in her playful assemblages. Before her death in 2009, Damien Hirst, an early admirer of her work remarked in 2001, “Why hasn’t someone noticed Margaret Mellis’ contribution to British art?” On this evidence it is time the British art establishment addressed his challenge.
All exhibitors share a simplicity of form and intent that belies the complexity often involved in making a piece of sculpture, a painting, a photograph, a turned wooden bowl or a slate dish. As many of us have lost the knowledge it takes to actually make something of worth, these artists have opted to make their thinking and production process apparent. In their hands, highly skilled activities with hard to handle materials like seashells, porcelain, seaweed, stone or smoke seem simple to fashion into something beautiful. This simplicity is of course, deceptive. Much of what will be displayed in The Stables is labour intensive, requires a good deal of dexterity during its production and while reflecting a simpler aesthetic and straightforward approach, is in fact anything but. Some, like Margaret Mellis will be shown for the first time here, others who were with us last year, will be showing new work.

DATES AND OPENING TIMES
The exhibition will be held at Houghton Hall Stables. Follow the brown signs off the A148 Fakenham to King’s Lynn Road PE31 6TY. Public opening times will be from 11am to 5.00pm Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays (including Bank Holiday Mondays) from 25 March to 31 July. The venue has been provided by kind permission of the Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

Image: Exoplanet painting by Pandora Mond ‘A World of Seas’

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Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials

Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials

Coming to Sussex Farm 29-31 March, 2018, the horse trials are hugely exciting and as well as being a very serious competition with former and potential Olympians, has great country goods shopping and delicious food trucks.... The White House is booked out this weekend, but do pop in and say hello.

The Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials is based in North West Norfolk and is one of the county’s finest events where visitors can see Olympic and Championship athletes competing on home turf.
The first event ran at Sussex Farm in 1999, and over the years it has become well established within the eventing calendar. It was awarded international status in 2003 and now the event hosts a range of classes from BE100 through to CIC***.

There are two international classes, CIC** and CIC***, held over the three days. Both are classed as ‘one-day’ events, which means they perform their dressage test on either Thursday or Friday and complete the show jumping, followed by the cross country on Saturday. 

Riders who regularly compete at Burnham Market include Team GB Olympians Zara Phillips, William Fox-Pitt, Pippa Funnell and Mary King, and local girl and past European Silver Medalist, Piggy French.

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Christmas Pop Up at The White House

Christmas Pop Up at The White House

At The White House we are excited to be hosting a boutique Christmas Pop Up on the 5th December from 9am to 3pm. There will be some bubbles, tea and coffee and a raffle in aid of the local charity About with Friends.  The bedrooms will all be open, so you can have a good look around the house and the sellers include some divine local businesses all showcasing beautiful products. They include Petra Boase, Willa & the Bear, Oldfield Clothing Company, Victoria Arrowsmith Flowers, Bombay Sprout, Mini Maharajas, Wild Coast Well Being, Laura Paul Jewellery and Feast Norfolk.  It will be a beautiful and relaxed event and a great chance to see this new venue in North Norfolk too. Come for a coffee and to shop at our carefully selected fabulous stalls. 

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