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Christmas Lights - Retail News - Norfolk Restaurant Week


Holt Christmas Lights

Each winter, our town gets dressed into its festive cloak of traditional sparkly white lights, from the end of November right through to twelfth night. Join us at the Holt Christmas Lights switch-on event Wednesday 13th November from 5pm. Craft stalls, refeshments, entertainment, shop windows to admire, Santa's Grotto to discover, fireworks at 6.30pm and a pantomime horse race/dash up the high street to cheer on - who will win this year's Sowerby's Holt Christmas Trophy?

Love Shopping - Love Holt

This month we welcome Fairfax and Favour a company with Norfolk roots who've chosen to open their first bricks and mortar shop here in Holt! 

Tilley and Grace are expanding

Crown House Flowers are blooming

Folly and Roses we welcome you too!

Are you a trader looking to join our great independent retail town? Click here for current shops available

Read about our innovative pop up shop scheme online.

Love Seasonal - Love Holt

There's an R in the month, which means North Norfolk's water's run cool so there's fresh local mussels to be had! Buy them from not one but two wet fish shops or enjoy them on the menu at local eateries about the town, some participating in Norfolk Restaurant Week too! (sponsored by Norfolk Cottages)

Love Sleepovers - Love Holt

use Holt as a base for......

The Auden Theatre  6th Nov presents Macbeth

Holt Lights 13th Nov

- 'Yesterday' Community Centre Cinema 27th November


and throughout November.......

Thursford Christmas Spectacular 

Norfolk Lights Express on the North Norfolk Railway

Exclusively Holt

each month we aim to feature something unique to Holt, be it architecture, an object of interest, or a historical fact, something that gives Holt its USP.......


At Seahorse Studio, located in a traditional flint cottage on Albert Street, you can watch as Helen Wright makes unique glass beads using the ancient technique of lampwork - melting glass rods in a fierce flame and wrapping the molten glass round a metal rod.