Royal Wedding events in Norfolk

Published: Wednesday 16th May 2018

Written by: Georgia Dawson

The Royal Wedding is taking place this weekend, and the country will come together to watch the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. To celebrate this special occasion, there are a range of exciting events happening across Norfolk on Saturday 19th May.

Screening of the Royal Wedding at Sandringham Visitor Centre

Bring a picnic this Saturday and visit the Sandringham Visitor Centre for a special screening of the big day. The outdoor big screen coverage begins at 9:30am and is free of charge. Bring friends and a blanket and relax in the sunshine.

Royal Wedding Broadcast with Hymns at Norwich Cathedral

Visit the Norwich Cathedral this Saturday for an amazing screening of the ceremony. Located in the Cathedral Nave, watch the event on the big screen as well as having the opportunity to sing along to hymns during the service accompanied by the Cathedral organ.

afternoon teaRoyal Wedding Afternoon Tea at The Chequers Inn  

Take a trip to Thornham this weekend and treat yourself to some delicious afternoon tea at The Chequers Inn. You can also watch the Royal Wedding live from 12pm on a large TV in their bar.

Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea at Bawburgh Golf Club

Visit Bawburgh Golf Club from 11:30am for a spot of afternoon tea, before live coverage of the ceremony. Tea is served from 12pm.

Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea at The Imperial Hotel

Pop to the Norfolk Coast this weekend for some afternoon tea at The Imperial Hotel in Great Yarmouth. Tea is served at 12pm and you can watch the event live.

Royal Wedding Street Party

Head into Norwich City Centre this Saturday for a special street party. Pure, a bridal boutique, is arranging the party on Lower Goat Lane. Festivities will include live music, cakes, and freebies and a screening of the ceremony will be displayed in their shop window. Some businesses involved include Biddy’s Tea Room, Neal’s Yard Remedies and Grosvenor fish bar.

Georgia Dawson
Georgia Dawson



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