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It's not all about culture; we’re lucky enough to have plenty of opportunities for a spot of sporting fun! Here’s a few ways to get involved in sport and have fun at the same time, plus the opportunity to win Norfolk Big Rugby Weekend tickets and a crate of beer!
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With the hugely exciting news that the National Winter Ales Festival will be held in Norwich this year (and the next two!), prepare to be even more excited – because we’ve got 4 exclusive tickets for a group of you to enjoy if you are the lucky winner!
What could be better after a hectic couple of months that a trip to a spa with someone you absolutely love – and we don’t just mean a partner, we also mean partner- in- crime! The one person whom you can completely depend upon, the best friend you cannot do without...
Love is in the air at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist! To celebrate the launch of their brand new weddings offer, the Cathedral is offering one lucky couple the chance to win a twilight tower tour for two this Valentine’s day – Tuesday 14th February!
It’s competition time - here’s your chance to win 2 Norwich sweatshirts (one female and one male) to keep you nice and warm over the winter months!
Have we got a MONSTER competition for you! Listen up, if you love a freaky, frightening time at Halloween here’s how you can WIN a spookily spectacular Drinks Inclusive* Monsters Ball One Night Break this October!
If you like your UK city breaks with a dose of history (whether you paid attention in school or not), look no further than Norwich.
Welcome to Norwich, the perfect location for a crime thriller. Norwich is a thriving cultural medieval city packed with over 1500 historic buildings, atmospheric alleyways, an abundance of secret gardens and churches as well as 21st century architecture.
...for our fantastic Noirwich Short Story competition, take a look at local writer Matt's atmospheric short story:
Know your police procedural from your amateur detective? Your cosy crime from your classic whodunit?