North Walsham Markets

North Walsham is well known for its market days, which are Thursdays and the last Sunday of the month. These well established markets are popular with the town's residents and visitors too. Bringing more people into the town, these are a great way to help support local businesses and serve the local community.

 

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Please click here to meet our Sunday Stallholders and click here for our March Newsletter.

Our stalls vary from Market to Market but include;

Thursdays

Sundays

E.Cig & Mobile Phone Accessories Artisan Pastry Chef
Fruit & Veg Beach Hut Charms
Men's Clothing Birch Lea Soaperie
Cards & Stationery  Bobs Bread Bakery
Meat, Cheese, Biscuits, Pies etc.  DeFeyter Agri

Eggs

East Norfolk Cider
Teen Clothing English Peonies
Tools & Hardware Fresh Farm Pork
Ladies Clothing Love Grub
Cakes Mid Norfolk Smokehouse
Hosiery Mort's Magic Garden

'Upcycled' Gifts

Murrell's Bakery

'Swag' Stall

Ollands Farm Foods
Pet Accessories Orchard Farm Plants
Savoury Pastries Panther Brewery
Fresh Fish Real Stones of Sheringham
Flowers &Plants/Shrubs Rosie's Cakes
  Stellash
  The Norfolk Sausage Co
  Treast and Tweets
  Valley Farm Eggs

 

Markets

Funday

 

 

 

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North Walsham Funday was started in 2010 by North Walsham Christmas Light Committee & North Walsham & District Lions Club. 

 

Alot of hard work goes into organising this event, so we always welcome new helpers.

As soon as one Funday is over we start on the next one!

 

North Walsham Funday 2016

 

Sunday 26th June 2016 started with rain, rain & more rain.  The brave Funday Committee donned the waterproofs & carried on regardless.  Grays funfair arrived dubious about the firmness of the ground for their lorry.  Drurys arrived bringing in the trailer where Ugly Dog Skiffle, Into the Crowd & newbies Shelter for the Wealthy would be performing.  HMPH erected the arena then slowly one by one the stalls started to arrive.  As the rain clouds passed the vintage vehicles made their entrance.  Soon Aspire Dog Agility had set their arena up as had Norfolk Broads Dog Obedience.  The Scratby Donkeys were saddled up & ready to go.

 

After the Arts North Norfolk parade had arrived, the Town Cryer offically open the North Walsham Funday.  The park was full of people who all appeared to be enjoying all that was going on around them.

 

In the main arena local dance troupes performed including the very talented Anam Cara.

 

In addition to all the family fun the Funday Committee were delighted to learn that motor cyclists Rob Billman, Roger Parrott, Jason Cooper (+ support team) were heading their way to finish their epic charity ride to Inverness & back in 48 hours.

 

The afternoon finished with Ugly Dog Skiffle.  They are an integral part of the Funday as  it is impossible not to tap a foot as you listen to their music.  They love what they do & it comes across in their performance. 

 

The Funday committee would like to say a big thank you to everyone who supported the Funday this year & they hope they will see you next year 25th June 2017.

 

From more information about the Funday please contact  01692 406415 or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Lights

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Who are we?

 

The Christmas Lights Committee is made up of 10 volunteers. With others who very kindly donate their time to help put the lights up & take them down. Especially, Trevor Charles who lets us use his van to transport all the lighting and sound equipement. So many others come along & help us on the day of the Switch On every year.

 

We are very lucky to have so much support & for this we are truly grateful.

 

Colin Jeary is now the Chairman of the committee.

 

Where does the money go?

 

All monies raised whether it be from the donations of the local businesses or the money raised on the night, goes back into the pot for the following years Light Switch On. It remains with the Christmas Lights Committee.

 

Every year students from Great Yarmouth College work on a new project for our Christmas Lights as part of their college course. We pay for the materials required by the students. Last year their built an entrance to go with the newly purchased grotto & the train which was situated above Broadland Travel.

 

 

The street fair offically starts at 2pm. Santa arrives at 4pm. The Lights go on at 6pm.