Holt Celebrates

2-5 June. With preparations of events and festivities for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend in Holt well and truly underway, here are some of the many ways you can get involved celebrating this historic milestone.

2 June the Town Crier has been invited to undertake the Proclamation announcing the lighting of the beacons that evening. Entertainment on stage. Fireworks.

Location: Market Place

5 June a relaxing smaller Sunday Market is taking place on Bakers Yard. With 27 stalls there is a wonderful mix of artisan crafts, artisan food and drink, plants, gifts and Fat Teds Street Food.

The Jubilee Market will be donating all proceeds to the local Foodbank.

Location: Bakers Yard

5 June the Holt Jubilee ‘Community Big Lunch’ will be held on Market Place. Children’s activities. Please bring your own chair and picnic. BBQ Burgers available - donations welcome.

Location: Market Place

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Greshfest 2022

Saturday 18 June 

Urban Soul Orchestra

performing Classic Ibiza

alongside, young, gifted musicians from across Norfolk


Sunday 19 June

Virtual Big Sing

A streamed choral collaboration


Street Food, Entertainment, 

Circus, Rides and Games


Arts Forum

Wednesday 22 June

A discussion about the importance of art and the role of art galleries and dealers.

The Venue at 6.30pm. 

With Chris Harrison, Adrian Hill, James Glennie

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White Stuff

white stuff high street holt


New to Holt is White Stuff at 1-5 High Street.

White Stuff is all about thoughtfully designed, well-made clothes using materials that have a little less impact on the planet.

GoGoDiscover 2022

steppe mammoth sculpture trail


Steppe Mammoth Sculpture Trail

To celebrate the Deep History Coast and Norfolk being home to the discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain, Holt will unleash its Steppe Mammoth Sculpture on the High Street from Monday 27 June until Saturday 10 September 2022.

Art Exhibitions

The Red Dot Gallery

Showing at The Red Dot Gallery is a collection of work by Shane as late spring turns to early summer. Featured are several distinctive North Norfolk landmarks.

Shane Blickling Bluebells 

Blickling Bluebells

Bircham Gallery

Showing at the Bircham Gallery are elemental acrylic paintings by Andrew Bird with stunning seaglass jewellery from Gina Cowen.

The show continues until Wednesday 22 June.

Andrew Bird Modernist Abstract

Andrew bird Gina Gowen