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In a survey conducted by The Grocer Magazine in 2016, English wines came an impressive fourth for quality, after those from France, Italy and Australia. The warm, dry climate and mix of sandy and clay soil makes East Anglia one of the premier vine growing regions of the UK, so to mark English Wine Week - May 27 to June 4 - we have been discovering some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s vineyards and wineries.

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Norfolk is being transformed into a giant gallery of art with artists galore opening up their studio doors to the public.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios.

Watton

The Mid Norfolk Singers are holding a ‘Come and Sing’ concert on Saturday, June 3, in aid of the charity Keeping Abreast.

Norfolk Events

Passengers on the North Norfolk Railway had a chance to re-live a classic TV comedy moment, when the popular attraction staged its annual Dad’s Army Live weekend.

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In a survey conducted by The Grocer Magazine in 2016, English wines came an impressive fourth for quality, after those from France, Italy and Australia. The warm, dry climate and mix of sandy and clay soil makes East Anglia one of the premier vine growing regions of the UK, so to mark English Wine Week - May 27 to June 4 - we have been discovering some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s vineyards and wineries.

Australia

Thousands of people are expected in the centre of Norwich on Father’s Day to enjoy a taste of Norfolk.

Eating Out or Eating In

Do you live to eat as opposed to eat to live?

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We found the perfect coastal gem for a night of celebration.

Norfolk

Calling all doughnut fans! The opening date for Norwich’s second Krispy Kreme store has been revealed.

Norwich

Film & Cinema

Johnny Depp is stuck recycling one of his worst performances alongside Javier Bardem’s new villain in the latest in the franchise trying to right thibngs after the third and fourth voyages sprung leaks in their ramshackle screenplays and capsized.

Michael Dudok de Wit’s colourful fantasy about a nameless man left shipwrecked on a tropical island goes off in some mad directions but it still mesmerised.

London

Finnish writer-director Aki Kaurismaki turns out to be the ideal filmmaker to deal with the refugee crisis as he conjures another quirky portrait of modern life.

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