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The Month Ahead in Pictures: July

Make some space in your diary because July is packed with fun things to do. Here's a look at what's getting our attention this month.

'Naked in Norwich 8' is the latest work from Norwich 20 Art Group on display at St Margaret's Church of Art. Find out more.

Image: Norwich 20 Art Group - Naked in Norwich 8

View the beautiful gardens at The Bishop's House and take the opportunity to wander around Norwich Cathedral Close, on 16th and 23rd July. Find out more


Get one of the best views in the city with a Saturday tower tour at St John Baptist Cathedral. Tours leave at 1.30pm. Find out more

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Take a boat trip and tour around historic St Benet's Abbey from Fairhaven Garden - Saturdays until the end of September. Find out more

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Don't miss the Rana Begum exhibition at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Find out more

Can you tell a swallow from a swift? Learn all about bird identification in a special workshop on the Holkham Estate. Find out more 

Summer is crazy golf season and you can play daily from 10am at Eaton Park. Find out more.

Holkham Country Fair celebrates all things countryside with two days of entertainment and events. Find out more.  

Families will love this fun day at the Redwings headquarters in Hapton, 24th July. Find out more 

Don't even think about heading home for TV and a microwave dinner because Thursday evenings are made for Head Out, Not Home! Find out more



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