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West Norfolk’s first Drive-In Cinema launched in style last weekend on two gloriously sunny evenings. Now Westacre Theatre looks forward in anticipation of two more showings. Friday June 4 sees the British gangster thriller ‘The Gentlemen’ played out on the giant open-air screen. On Saturday, Hugh Jackman stars in the final film of this short Spring season celebrating show business legend PT Barnum. Creating his worldwide spectacular sensation, he is ‘The Greatest Showman’. Tickets from www.westacretheatre.com are priced per car; gates open at 8pm with the films starting at dusk. Hot dogs and a licenced bar from the outside kiosk will complete your evening of fun.
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Broadland District and South Norfolk Councils are helping local businesses to bounce back with their ‘Pleased to see you’ campaign, which launched last week.The campaign aims to support local shops, hairdressers, outdoor dining venues and other local retailers that reopened on 12 April when the government lifted some of the lockdown restrictions. Shoppers and visitors will see brightly coloured bunting, posters and banners in towns and surrounding villages, that encourage people to shop locally and stay safe. Broadland District and South Norfolk Councils’ Director of Place Phil Courtier said: “We are supporting our businesses to bounce back and get those tills ringing again, so we are encouraging people to use their local high streets and shops, but to do so in a safe and secure way.”As well as helping to…
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A journey to New Zealand last year just before the Covid-19 lockdown has paid big dividends for North Norfolk gin makers Mandy and Dave Cornell. The lessons they learnt from one of the world’s leading experts in gin distilling while in the Land of the Long White Cloud have helped them reach the finals of a prestigious gin competition after only a year of making gin themselves. Their Poppyland East Coast Dry Gin, made in a 100-litre still nicknamed “Sacha” at their base in West Street, Cromer, will now be competing against gins from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Ireland and Australia, as well as others from the United Kingdom, in the "contemporary gins" section of the Gin Guide Awards 2021. The awards, now in their fifth year, attracted hundreds of…
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Poppyland Brewery of Cromer, Norfolk has been awarded a silver medal for its Sweet Chestnut Ale in the London Beer Competition 2021. The 10-year-old brewery, run by owner and brewer Dave Cornell and based in a converted Edwardian motor garage in West Street, Cromer, was competing against rivals from around the world, including Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, the United States and China, as well as the UK. Sweet Chestnut Ale, which is made with chestnut flour as one of the ingredients, is a smooth 6.7 per cent abv dark amber ale, rich, warming, and with a beautiful smack of chestnuts on the nose and in the mouth and a slightly dry finish. A highly satisfying beer on its own, it matches very well with dishes such as roast pork,…
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Jessie's Country Crafts based in Moulton Nurseries is proud to announce that it will be reopening their store on 12th April. Come and visit Jessie's Country Crafts, a family run Craft and Gift Shop for all the family in Moulton St Mary, just outside Acle, Norwich NR13 3AP. Jessie's Country Crafts have been in business for 4 years and have recently moved to a larger store within Moulton Nurseries and from 12th April will be open 10am till 4 pm Wednesday through till Sunday Their handmade items include many different items including light up bottles, handmade greeting and birthday cards, pet feeders, pebble art pictures, bunting, handmade sculptures, jewellery, refurbished furniture, wall plaques, crystals, pictures, plant stands, reclaimed wood shelves, decorated candles, decorated trinket boxes, bird houses and feeders and…
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Following the announcement of the Government’s roadmap for England to emerge from Covid-19 lockdown, Paul Dickson Tours will start offering in person tours in Norwich and the Norfolk Broads again from Saturday 3 April. Tours will initially be limited to five people (rule of six), socially distanced. After 17 May, if all goes to plan, numbers will be increased to 10 on a tour, socially distanced. Bookable tours in April are as follows:
Thursday, 04 March 2021 00:00

The Hemporium Shops

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In the latest in our series finding out a little bit more about what it is like running a local independent business in Norfolk we caught up with the team behind The Hemporium Shops, one of our newest business members. What is the History of The Hemporium Shops? We opened our first Hemporium in Hunstanton in August 2019 followed by the second in Wells next the Sea in the first easing of the pandemic lockdown in June 2020. The third was in Holt in August 2020 with the fourth in September 2020 in Norwich just before the November lockdown. Finally shop number 5 was due to open on 5th November in Burnham Market but stalled due to the November lockdown being imposed but then opened briefly in the December prior…
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With data privacy concerns and identity theft at an all-time high, there’s never been a greater need to safeguard personal information, communication, and business documents. But protections against cyberattacks alone are not enough. Despite the trend towards digital, at least 10 percent of all data breaches still involve paper records.1 One Norfolk-based business has been leading the way in protecting its clients’ paper-based privacy for over 12 years. Shred Station was founded in 2008 by managing director Simon Franklin with a single truck offering local businesses on-site shredding services. Based out of Norwich, it now boasts depots across the country and an impressive fleet of over 50 specialist vehicles. The company embarks on its 13th year being named the world’s largest independent shredding company by Shred-Tech – the industry’s principal…
Monday, 15 February 2021 00:00

Digital Hero Wanted...

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All Things Norfolk Business Member Naked Marketing of Hingham are looking for a Digital Hero. Dan Bradfield from Naked Marketing said " We’re on the hunt again, this time for a talented and hungry Digital Project Manager who desperately wants to get Naked. We’re looking for someone that can create, shape and run digital projects. You’ll get £23,000-£26,000 a year dependent on experience, holiday and pension. Plus, the money-can’t-buy experience of working with the legend that is Naked Steve."
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One of the UK’s youngest award winning brewery owners has set up a safe, sanitized and successful Ding Dong Delivery service across Norfolk during lockdown aiming to bring a wide range of real ales to people without them having to leave their homes. Michael Green aged 22 who runs the Seething based Tindall ales has won many awards for his range of ales including at the 2019 Norwich Beer Festival where he scooped a first place for his Ditchingham Dam in the best bitter category and 3rd place award for his Honey Do ale to add to his first place Brewers choice award with Seething Pale at the brewers selection awards ahead of long established breweries including Greene King and Timothy Taylor’s. His new Ding Dong Delivery Dash service is…
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