Latest Press Releases

We welcome inquiries about Norwich and the Norwich area from journalists, bloggers, broadcast media, film makers and researchers. VisitNorwich works with a large number of small and large businesses, historians and attractions including transport providers enabling us to arrange press trips to Norwich and further into Norfolk for all manner of themes and stories. Please contact PR & Marketing Manager, Melanie Cook on [email protected] or call 01603 559574.

The Norwich area is bursting with fantastic experiences, culture, history, beautiful countryside, local food and drink, water activities (the Broads) and outdoor pursuits. Please get in touch if you have a feature idea and you think we will be able to help!

2023 Press Releases:


Norwich Science Festival Announces Festival Highlights

New season programme at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts


Hunt for the perfect present at Pensthorpe Christmas Market 

Pensthorpe announces new camping site 

Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2024

Making Kett’s Heights more accessible for all to enjoy


Festive Light Switch On

Mark Wilsher: Five Paintings – Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Holkham at Christmas 2023

Independent plant-based food business Vishcakes & Vibs is the first to join Castle Quarter under new pop-up scheme


Celebrate Christmas at Chantry Place with pop ups, Christmas lights and late night shopping

Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery acquires stunning panoramic landscape from the Dutch Golden Age 

Fabulous Festive Fair returns to the forum in Norwich

Advent and Christmas highlights at Norwich Cathedral 

Special events to celebrate the return of Norwich Cathedral’s historic organ

New photography exhibition captures working life in Norwich’s post-war industries 

Norwich Works: The Industrial Photography of Walter & Rita Nurnberg (Image Sheet)


Sainsbury Centre New Acquisitions

Cheaper Fares for Norwich Park and Ride

Halloween events at Castle Quarter

Norwich Summer Sessions – FREE summer Sunday afternoon live entertainment


Planet for our Future

Norwich Theatre Playhouse – Family Festival 

Norwich Book Benches

Norwich Theatre – Sleeping Beauty

Pensthorpe Reveals the gross side of nature for families this summer

Norfolk HODs partners with Norwich Society on Centenary Celebrations

The English Distillery Recognized as Tripadvisor 2023 travellers choice


 Teachers Go Free at BeWILDerwood



Pensthorpe PR

Barnham Broom ranked top resort in East of England for golf

Sainsbury Centre relaunch

Bare Bones: New exhibition reveals the secrets of skeletons

Norwich Theatre – Largest Hip Hop Festival comes to Norwich

Picturing High Streets Norwich competition


Press Release – Sean Scully

Norwich Castle – Coronation


Flint by toyStudio launches in Norwich as part of the Norfolk Way Art Trail



Norwich & Norfolk Festival – Full Lineup

Sean Scully at Houghton Hall

New City Food Trail coming to Norwich, the City of Stories

Sculpture trail coming to Chantry Place this Summer

Sainsbury Centre becomes first UK museum to introduce universal ‘Pay if and What You Can’

Ballet Superstar Carlos Acosta’s Cuban Company Acosta Danza, head to Playhouse

Foodie fun and retro revival!

Chick out Chantry Place this Easter for free trail and RSPB activities

Fun, free and low-cost theatre activities to keep everyone busy this half term

Chantry Place and H&M host sustainability event


Empowering Art at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

BeWILDerwood Announce NEW Memberships with Reduced Prices & New Benefits!

‘Julian Stair Art Death and the Afterlife’ at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Norfolk & Norwich Festival -Jasdeep Singh Degun Announcement

BellyBoos Chantry Place

Tickets on sale for Norwich Science Festival PR

Dodo and Dinosaur family trail and Museum of Plastics exhibition for Norwich Science Festival 2023

Last Voyage of The Gloucester exhibition to launch at Norwich Castle Museum

Redwings finds record new homes for rescued horses

We have a large selection of great copyright free digital photography for use in articles and websites. Contact [email protected] / 01603 559574

If you are researching the history of Norwich, VisitNorwich has access to documents created by the Heritage and Economic And Regeneration Trust (HEART). If you would like to know more, please email [email protected]

Filming in the Norwich area
Norwich welcomes film makers. If you want to film on private property, you will need to seek permission from the relevant property owners – eg Cathedral, Castle and other historic sites. The same applies to council properties such as Norwich Market & Elm Hill.  It is advisable to contact Norwich City Council’s film-friendly team for guidance beforehand. The film-friendly team has the information and contacts you need and can advise you on the best way to proceed.

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