It has been a very strange 6 months. Even though we have been trying to keep things normal, things have definitely changed. As I write this, Scottish children will have to wear masks in school and they will be debating if the English children will too.
I hope you all are okay. It seems weird looking at what wil be on.
Anyways, usually at this time of year events start up as autumn arrives! Its my favorite time of year!
"England and America are two countries separated by a common language." George Bernard Shaw
I have collated a long list of the differences by reading a dictionary (I know I have such an exciting life!). I am surprised Mr B and I can understand one another!
Here are a few events that I think you should consider. I have left items that are not being held this year so I will remember to update next year.
All the Best!
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Here are days of markets near you and the links where I found the information:
Attleborough- Thursday- 8 am-2 pm
Bury St Edmunds
Ipswich- Tuesdays-Saturdays 8-30am Until 5-00pm
Kings Lynn- Tuesday and Saturday
Lavenham Farmer's Market- fourth Sunday every month
March- Wednesday and Saturday
Mildenhall- Fridays- 9 am-3 pm
Newmarket- Tuesday and Saturday- 9 am-3 pm
Norwich- Monday-Saturday- 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
Peterborough- Tuesday - Saturday- 8.30am to 4pm
Wisbech- Monday to Saturday
Pick Your Own Vegetables:
Parkrun- Free timed 5km Run
Parkrun Juniors-Free timed 2km Run