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by Sarah Tomkins 29 Feb 2020 16:32 GMT 2 May 2020
Horning Boat Show © Colin Galloway

The Sixth Horning Boat Show is to take place on Saturday 2nd May 2020 starting at 10.00am until 5.00pm.

Keith Skues of BBC Norfolk will be opening the show at 10.00am.

There will be exhibitors showing Luxury Cruisers, Sailing Boats - plus other Marine Services, Broads Holiday Companies and Charity Stalls.

Try sailing at Horning Sailing Club, plus entertainment and fun for the children.

Over 100 exhibitors take part in this charity event raising funds for local good causes.

Free entry to the show, free parking at Bewilderwood and shuttle buses to the show.

We have a Food Court offering speciality food and drinks, plus the local eateries in Horning.

A great day out for all the family.

Find us at www.horningboatshow.com or phone 01692 630892.

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