dates 10-19 September 2021
Open Days will return to Norfolk in September organisers have
confirmed. The popular annual festival coordinated by The Forum,
Norwich sees venues across Norfolk opening their doors allowing
visitors the chance to explore the county’s rich heritage for free.
10-19 September 2021 the festival offers everyone the opportunity to
explore new buildings, discover some hidden gems not normally open to
the public and learn more about the cultural heritage in our
theme for this year’s festival is ‘Edible England’ so alongside
tours and open days expect food related events and activities!
on the festival’s return Heritage Open Days Event Producer Katie
Open days is back with a bang and we can’t wait to share our
programme of events. This year’s theme is a real treat for foodies!
this is possible thanks to our partners, event organisers and
volunteers who are hard at work preparing this year’s programme. We
hope you enjoy this year’s festival!”
will also explore the customs and quirks that have developed around
what we eat and drink, as well as the fascinating history of some of
our regional and national specialties.
events will also include a mix of online and in-person events, which
will reflect social distancing guidance to keep visitors safe.
Norfolk Heritage Open Days programme is coordinated and promoted by
The Forum Trust with support from Norwich City Council, Norwich
Tourist Information Centre, Broadland District Council, Breckland
Council, Thetford Town Council, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, South
Norfolk Council, North Norfolk District Council, Visit North Norfolk
and many local organisations and individuals.
are working with local heritage organisations, businesses and
volunteers to create the programme and are calling for new venues and
community groups to take part this year.
and organisers interested in taking part can register their interest
by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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