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September 2018 events now welcome for listing here and the Norfolk Coast Guardian

Throughout:

Deepdale Bike Hire at Deepdale Backpackers and Camping. Discover the unique landscape of North Norfolk by bike on a wide variety of circular routes along the quiet lanes and byways of the countryside. Family-friendly options: child seats, tag-alongs and two-seater buggies. Adult bike from £12; child from £6 a day. 01485 210614; deepdalebackpackers.co.uk

Bircham Windmill. See the sails and milling machinery turning on a windy day. Daily sheep milking and bread baking, and regular jam and plant sales and craft demonstrations. 01485 578393; birchamwindmill.co.uk

International Garden Photographer of the Year Exhibition at Sheringham Park. Throughout September, the Bower Garden, at Sheringham Park, is the setting for the International Garden Photographer of the year exhibition. The best in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography, and as part of his bicentenary, the landscapes of Humphry Repton. 01263 820555

Sat 1: Beach clean at Cley These are free events suitable for all ages, no need to book, but may be cancelled in adverse weather conditions in which case please call to check: 01263 740008. All events 10.30-12 noon.

Sat 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Beaks and Bills at Titchwell. Guided walk to help you find and identify up to 50 species of birds in varied habitat. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1-4pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Sat 1-Sun 2: North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival at Holkham. A celebration of all that is best about food grown, reared, caught, made or sold in North Norfolk. Enjoy plenty of tastings and samples from the area's finest food and drink producers. 10am-4pm. 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Sun 2: Geology and Beery Walk at Cromer. Round walk of 5.5 miles with geologist and microbrewer Martin Warren, taking in Cromer Ridge and Felbrigg Woods. Over 18s only. 1.30-5.15pm. £15 with beer; £6 without. Booking essential: 01263 513992; northfolk.org.uk

Sun 2: Open Days at Happisburgh Lighthouse. Visit the oldest working light on the Norfolk coast and climb 112 steps to the lantern. 10.30am-4pm. £5; £1 child. 01692 65098; happisburgh.org

Mon 3, 10, 17, 24: Discover Titchwell.  Guided walk for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts through a range of habitats to discover seasonal wildlife including key bird species. 10am-1 or 2pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk

Tue 4: Walking Women at Holkham. Enjoy the spectacular Holkham Estate in good company. 10-11.30am; meet outside orientation centre at Lady Anne's Drive.  Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome. 01328 713112; holkham.co.uk

Tue 4, 11, 18, 25: Beginners' Birding at Titchwell. Learn the principles of bird identification on an informal walk. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Thu 6: Repton Walk at Sheringham Park 50 year celebration events. Regular volunteer-led walks taking in the views and structures of the estate, the favourite work of landscape designer Humphry Repton. 01263 820555. Starting at 11.30am for 2 hours

Sat 8: Beaks and Bills at Titchwell. Guided walk to help you find and identify up to 50 species of birds in varied habitat. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1-4pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Sun 9: Burnham Market Horse Trials 2 at Sussex Farm. 01485 210070; musketeer.co.uk

Sun 9: Beach Clean at Holkham. Help keep the shores of Holkham clean, tidy and free of plastic. 10am-12noon; meet at the top of Lady Anne's Drive. 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Mon 10: Discover Titchwell.  Guided walk for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts through a range of habitats to discover seasonal wildlife including key bird species. 10am-1 or 2pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk

Tue 11: Beginners' Birding at Titchwell. Learn the principles of bird identification on an informal walk. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Wed 12, 19, 26: Parkland Heritage Tractor Trailer Tour at Holkham. Discover the architectural landmarks, and find out how the park has changed over time. 11.30am-12.30pm; 2-3pm. £7.50. Booking essential: 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Wed 12: 6.45am; Thu 13: 7.30am; Fri 14: 8am: Wader Watch at Snettisham. RSPB Snettisham is primarily an estuarine reserve sitting on the embayment of The Wash. It has a clear and compelling identity that celebrates the diversity of wildlife amidst a wild and characteristic landscape and seascape along north Norfolk's coastline. From spring to late summer Snettisham reserve supports a spectacular assemblage of wading birds and is the premier site on The Wash to view waders in terms of the sheer numbers on site.

Wed 12: Geology Walk at Happisburgh. Easy walk along the beach that yielded the oldest human footprints outside Africa, revealed briefly in 2013 before being washed away. With expert Martin Warren. 1.30-4.15pm. £6; £3 child. Booking essential: 01263 513992; northfolk.org.uk

Sat 15: Bat Wildlife Workshop at Cley Marshes. Learn how to identify bats with James Goldsmith, and visit St Margaret's Church, Cley, to see its bat population with the help of infrared imaging. 5.30-9pm. £19; £16 NWT member. Booking essential: 01263 740008; norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk / nationaltrust.org.uk

Sat 15: Beaks and Bills at Titchwell. Guided walk to help you find and identify up to 50 species of birds in varied habitat. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1-4pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Sat 15-Sun 16: 1940s Weekend on the North Norfolk Railway at Sheringham. A weekend recalling the golden age of steam: spam sandwiches, jitterbug dances, gramophone music and more. Come in uniform or 1940s civilian dress, and remember your gas mask and ration book! 01263 820800; nnrailway.co.uk

Sun 16: Guided Sea Kayaking with the Canoeman. 11am-1.30pm. Refresher 10.30am. Wind your way from Brancaster Staithe through a network of narrow channels across the mud flats of the Norfolk creeks, and get really close to wildlife. Some experience necessary. Minimum age 12. £65; £50 child; double kayak £120. refresher session. £15; £10 child. Booking essential: 01603 783777; thecanoeman.com

Mon 17: Discover Titchwell.  Guided walk for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts through a range of habitats to discover seasonal wildlife including key bird species. 10am-1 or 2pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk

Tue 18: Beginners' Birding at Titchwell. Learn the principles of bird identification on an informal walk. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Wed 19: Birdspotting Walk at Felbrigg Hall.  Spot and identify some of the many birds that make Felbrigg their home, with the North East Norfolk Bird Club's Trevor Williams. 1.30pm. £5. Booking essential: 0344 249 1895; nationaltrust.org.uk

Wed 19: Parkland Heritage Tractor Trailer Tour at Holkham. Discover the architectural landmarks, and find out how the park has changed over time. 11.30am-12.30pm; 2-3pm. £7.50. Booking essential: 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Sat 22: Beaks and Bills at Titchwell. Guided walk to help you find and identify up to 50 species of birds in varied habitat. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1-4pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Mon 24: Guided Sea Kayaking with the Canoeman. 3.30-6.30pm. Wind your way from Brancaster Staithe through a network of narrow channels across the mud flats of the Norfolk creeks, and get really close to wildlife. Some experience necessary. Minimum age 12. £65; £50 child; double kayak £120. refresher session. £15; £10 child. Booking essential: 01603 783777; thecanoeman.com

Mon 24: Discover Titchwell.  Guided walk for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts through a range of habitats to discover seasonal wildlife including key bird species. 10am-1 or 2pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk

Tue 25: Beginners' Birding at Titchwell. Learn the principles of bird identification on an informal walk. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Wed 26: Deer in Autumn Photography Workshop at Holkham Hall. Witness and photograph the estate's herd of fallow and red deer during the rutting season, with help from professional photographer Nigel Downer. Wear suitable footwear and warm clothing for walking in the parkland. Bring your own camera. 9.30am-4.30pm. £50 including lunch. 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Wed 26: Parkland Heritage Tractor Trailer Tour at Holkham. Discover the architectural landmarks, and find out how the park has changed over time. 11.30am-12.30pm; 2-3pm. £7.50. Booking essential: 01328 713111; holkham.co.uk

Thu 27: Reserve Ramble at Holkham NNR.  Guided monthly walk with Holkham NNR warden to see the rich variety of wildlife on the reserve. Meet at Wells Beach Café. 10am-12noon. £5. 01328 800730; holkham.co.uk

Fri 28 to Sun  30: Deepdale Festival. Deepdale Backpackers & Camping celebrate the original artist talent of this beautiful part of the world, Norfolk and the adjoining counties, by hosting more than 30 acts over 3 days, including rock, blues, country, folk, Americana, spoken word and more. www.deepdalefestival.co.uk

Sat: 29: Beaks and Bills at Titchwell. Guided walk to help you find and identify up to 50 species of birds in varied habitat. Binoculars essential (can be hired from visitor centre). 1-4pm. £7.50; child £5; RSPB member £6; child £4. 01485 210779; rspb.org.uk.

Sat 29-Sun 30: Plant Fair at Holkham. Set in the 18th century walled garden, with its recently planted vineyard, herbaceous borders, espaliered fruit trees and organic vegetable garden, the fair brings together nurseries, artisans and gardening suppliers from across the region. 10am-5pm. £3; £1.50 child.  01328 713111; holkham.co.uk