Jazz and Jam session
A jazz and jam session where the lead singer of the band helps raise funds for charity by selling her home-made produce is set to take place this weekend.
Annie Slater from Hoveton is hosting another of her 'Jazz and Jam' charity fund-raising events at The Butcher's Arms, East Ruston, in the marquee which has a dance floor, on Sunday, July 3, from 3pm -5pm.
The event is intended to appeal to those who wish to just sit-and-listen and those who also like to dance, and enjoy a cream tea as well.
The band will be 'The Jazzannie Five', whose line-up comprises Roger Cooke (keyboard) and Annie (vocals), Mick Betts (bass/rythmn guitar), Ivan Tooes (saxophone/clarinet) and veteran musician Eric Burrell, aged 94 (trumpet).
There will be a raffle and admission is �6, including tea, with proceeds in aid of Worstead Day Care Centre. For bookings contact Julie on 01692 650237.
You may also want to watch:
There have been two sessions of Annie's charity 'Jazz and Jam' events at 'The Lighthouse Inn', Walcott, so far this summer which have raised �400 for the Worstead Day Care Centre, including proceeds from the raffle, sale of Annie's home-made jams and a mini-auction.
Eric Burrell will be playing as usual with The Old Codgers band on Tuesday, July 12, 8pm -10pm, at their regular monthly slot at The Kings Head Hotel, Hoveton. Admission free. Again there will be a raffle in aid of Worstead Day Centre. Bookings can be made on 01603 782429.
- 1 'Know the waters are dangerous' - Rip tide warning following rescue from Norfolk beach
- 2 Covid Delta variant cases double in Norfolk
- 3 Aldi planning four new stores in Norfolk
- 4 'We love this street' - New deli opens in Cromer
- 5 New rules for coastal care home in special measures
- 6 Charity horse ride around north Norfolk estate planned
- 7 Rescued pony arrives at new home on celebrity's farm
- 8 Family's distress as Covid rules force double-jabbed mother into isolation
- 9 This charming village pub is worth travelling to from across Norfolk
- 10 Be lord of the manor: Site of forgotten mansion for sale for £2.3m