Thursday June 6th will be the 80th Anniversary of the D Day Landing in Normandy when 156,000 British, American, Canadian, Polish and Free French troops stormed the beaches in Normandy and started the downfall of Hitler’s Germany.

From 17.00 at the Sports Centre we will be showing information about D Day and from 19.00 onward we will remember good old British Wartime foods with free Bangers and Mash (while our stocks last!)

We will have cadets from several organisations, Phoenix Pipes and Drums and Mike Wabe, our Town Cryer, to make proclamations.

At 20.40 we will ask everyone to join our procession down to Loch Neaton where Mike will read the official proclamation and our new Mayor, Don Saunders, will say some words about D Day. At 21.15 we will join in the nationwide lighting of the beacons with the lighting of the Loch Neaton beacon.

All are welcome.

Attleborough Boxing Club presents an afternoon of Boxing at Watton Sports Centre. Doors Open 1pm and Boxing commences 2 pm. Tickets £20 (£10 under 16’s and over 65’s)

Attleborough Boxing Club offers coaching and training for all ages and abilities. Visit them at


We have an incredible line up of Street Food for you at the very first Watton Food Festival!
🐟Jason’s Fish & Chips
🍔Dirty Fryer Boys
🥪– El’s Kitchen
🥔– La Loca Patata
🍔Daintys kitchen
🍟The Bucket List – Norfolk
🍨– Gelatto & Sorbetto
🍩Sweet Truth Doughnuts
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