Events and activities
Saturday 16 July 7.30pm
The Dreaming of Place
Hugh Lupton shares stories and songs from all corners of the British Isles: Scottish traveller stories, Robin Hood, Welsh myths, King Arthur, Border ballads and Irish tales of Fionn mac Cumhaill.
Tickets £10. Licensed bar
Monday 18 July 4.30am meet at Cley Church
World Listening Day Walk
In the peace of early morning walk through Cley: listen to the birds, the wind, the reeds and maybe the sea. Led by Merlin Turville-Petre and Marie Askham. No booking necessary. £5 on arrival for Continental breakfast
Saturday 23 July 2-5pm
St Margaret's Church Fair
Enjoy traditional stalls, play games, buy produce, and eat cream teas in the church, surrounded by the contemporary art exhibition of Cley16.
Free entry. All welcome!
Wednesday 27 July 7.30pm
An Evening with the Batman - Philip Parker
Watch bats leave the church at dusk and discover more about their lives and habits in North Norfolk with a local bat expert.
Free entry. No booking necessary. Licensed bar
Saturday 30 July 7.30pm
Treasure under our Feet
Roger Bland Norfolk's heritage of medieval churches such as St Margaret's is well known. Over the last forty years amateur metal detector users have discovered earlier archeological finds. What do they tell us about our past?. Donations welcome. Licensed bar
Sunday 31 July 11.15am
Cley 16 Communion Service
All are welcome.
Friday 8 July 6.30pm
Anam Cora present a Sung Meditation.
Anam Cora is a group of devotional singers who weave song, chant and silence into a meditative and uplifting experience.
Performance lasts for one hour.
Donations welcome. Licensed bar
Saturday 9 July 2016 Concert
Big Sky choir at Cley Church
Under the superb musical direction of Sian Croose, Big Sky sings traditional and contemporary music from around the world, including specially commissioned pieces from UK composers. This concert launches the contemporary art exhibition Cley16.
For bookings and info call 01362 668641 or visit
Sunday 10 July, 2016 Concert
North Norfolk Sinfonia at Cley Church
An evening of classical favourites inspired by birdlife featuring the following: The Lark Ascending – Vaughan Williams; On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring – Delius; T he Thieving Magpie – Rossini; The Birds – Respighi
Tickets for this concert are available in person at the NWT Centre in Cley, by calling 01263 740008 or online at https://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/whats-on/all-events/2016-07-10-north-norfolk-sinfonia
Friday 5 August 7.30 (please note that this is the correct date - the wrong date was printed in the Cley 16 leaflet)
Lauren Dove Sings the Blues
Dove and Boweevil are cutting a line to fish for some swamp roots Americana/Blues gumbo! They have built a mighty fine reputation on the British Blues scene -an act to watch, constantly carving their own style. Tickets £10. Licensed bar