What's On: May 8-15

TODAY, May 8 EVENTSAYLSHAM. Drill Hall: Aylsham Brass Band meets weekly, free membership and instruments available, 7.30pm, 01263 733006/01603 891236.

What's on: May 8-15

TODAY

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Drill Hall: Aylsham Brass Band meets weekly, free membership and instruments available, 7.30pm, 01263 733006/01603 891236.


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ROUGHTON. Carr Lane: Easy French conversation, 11am-1pm, 01263 512326.

WALSINGHAM. Tourist Information Centre: Guided tour of Walsingham, 11am; information and bookings 01328 820250.

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WEYBOURNE. Radio Hut at the Mickleburgh Collection: North Norfolk Amateur Radio Group meets, new members with an interest in any aspect of radio past or present welcome, 10am-4pm, 01263 825651.

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CONCERTS

AYLSHAM. St Michael's Church: Aylsham Music presents Quattro Voci: Paul Clarke (violin), Jane Slocombe (violin), Philip Trzebiatowski (cello) and Carolyn Gibley (harpsichord) playing Vivaldi, corelli and Handel on period instruments, refreshments from 12.15pm £3, concert 1pm £6/children free.

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Never Chance Your Luck Against the Sea, featuring John Tams and Barry Coope, Meet on the Ledge, Liz Simcock, Hayley Moyses and the Bluegrass Forum, 7.30pm £10; in aid of Cromer Lifeboat Crew Fund, 01263 512495.

SALES

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas' Church Rooms: Crafts handmade in Norfolk, 10am-5pm.

TOMORROW

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm (near North Walsham): Animal Magic Dog Club - obedience and beginners' agility, 6pm, 01263 722669.

CROMER. Social Club: Line dancing, 7.30-10.30pm, 01263 512542.

Parish Hall: Cromer Festival of Music, Dance and Speech - piano, all day £1 a session, 01263 512928.

HOVETON. Broadland High School: Air Training Corps 222 Squadron (Broadlands) for ages 13+, 7-9.30pm, 01603 781222 (during session).

MUNDESLEY. Methodist Church: Coffee Pop-In, 10am-12.

Pavilion: Whist, 1.45pm.

OVERSTRAND. Belfrey School, Cromer Road: Family bingo and auction of promises, light snacks available, 6.30-9pm £1/children 50p; in aid of Friends of the Belfrey.

SPIXWORTH. Village Hall: Mucky Pups Art and Craft Club for pre-schoolers and their carers, theme - Food, 10-11am; bookings 01603 710764.

WALCOTT. Coastline Village Hall, Coastline Village: Bingo, 7.30pm.

SHOWS

BACONSTHORPE. Village Hall: Keith Loads (family comedy show), 7.30pm £5 including buffet, 01263 711320.

HOLT. Gresham's School Auden Theatre, Cromer Road: Intoto Dance (dance show) - London Studio Centre, 8pm 8/concs £6.50, 01263 713444.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Keys: Print auction, 10am.

Town Hall: Aylsham Country Market, 8.50am-12.

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas' Church Rooms: Crafts handmade in Norfolk, 10am-5pm.

HOLT. St Andrew's Church Hall: Holt Country Market, 9-11am.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Rivers Park, Stepping Stone: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, 07796 964653 (Dave).

WELLS. The Maltings, Staithe Street: Wells Crafts Group craft fair, 10am-5pm.

SATURDAY

EVENTS

CROMER. Marrams Bowls Club: Open day, try the game of bowls, from 10am.

Suffield Park Bowls Club, Station Road: Open day, try the game of bowls, equipment available, all ages, from 10am, 01263 826850/512224.

High School Sport Hall, Norwich Road: Cromer Cricket Club coaching for 9-16 year olds, all welcome, 10am-12 £2.

Parish Hall: Cromer Festival of Music, Dance and Speech - piano, all day £1 a session, 01263 512928.

GLANDFORD. Natural Surroundings, Bayfield Estate: Wildlife workshop, basics of gardening for wildlife, 10am-4pm free but booking essential 01603 598333.

HAVERINGLAND. 8 Barn Hill, Green Lane: Open garden, with plant sale, refreshments available, 1-4pm 50p; in aid of Hellesdon Horticultural Association.

HOLKHAM. Holkham Hall Park: A Festival of Birds in North Norfolk, free Adult Education course getting to know about birds at various venues, 6am-12 (small charge at one venue for car parking).

HOVETON. Village Hall: Scrapbooking and craft workshop, 12.30-4.30pm £5, 01603 868643 or 861515.

SHARRINGTON. Village Hall: Semi partner whist drive, 7.30pm £1.50; proceeds Big C Appeal.

SHERINGHAM. Dawn chorus walk and breakfast, 6am £15; Felbrigg Wood bird walk, 10am £15, transport provided, 01263 821604.

STRATTON STRAWLESS. Brook House, Hainford Road: Bluebell Day, bluebell woods open, stalls, art exhibition, teas, 2-5pm £2.50/accompanied children free; proceeds St Margaret's Church.

SHOWS

SEA PALLING. Village Hall: Cool Britannia! (music, dance and stand up comedy,), 7.30pm £8, 01692 598331.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: Cool Britannia! (music and comic sketches from Wartime to 1997) - Time Of Our Lives Musical Theatre, 2.30pm £8, 01263 822347.

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: Musical Extravaganza (songs from West End Shows) - Upper Octave, 7.30pm £10, 01603 781599.

CONCERTS

TRUNCH. St Botolph's Church: Organ recital by David Dunnett (Norwich Cathedral), 7.30pm £5, 01263 722193 or on door.

WELLS. St Nicholas' Church: Norwich Harmony Ladies Barbershop Choir and the Wensum Recorder Consort, 7.30pm £7/under 16s free, 01328 711312, 710801, 710716 or on door.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Burgh Road, off A140: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, 07796 964653 (Dave).

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas' Church Rooms: Crafts handmade in Norfolk, 10am-5pm.

HOLT. Community Centre: Table top, from 8.30am tables £5 each or £7.50 for two, 01263 713427.

INGHAM. Village Hall: Second-hand books, 10am-1pm.

NORTH WALSHAM. St Benet's Hall: Farmers' market, 9am-12.

ROUGHTON. (off A140): Charity car boot sale, pitches from £6 (01263 768821), gates 6.30am-1pm 50p parking.

SMALLBURGH. Village Hall: 10th Philip Dugdale Memorial bring and buy sale, various stalls, 1-4pm; proceeds East Anglia's Children's Hospices.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Curios and craft market, 9am-12.

WELLS. Staithe Street: Plant stall run by Wells Group of the RNLI, 8.30am-12.

The Maltings, Staithe Street: Wells Crafts Group craft fair, 10am-5pm.

WEST RUNTON. Scout HQ, Cromer Road: West Runton Scout Group plant sale, bric-a-brac, refreshments, 10am-1pm.

SUNDAY

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Bure Valley Railway: Sponsored walk organised by Norwich and Waveney branch of Motor Neurone Disease Association, three or nine miles, 10.30am start; information 01603 890407.

BACTON. Village Hall: Coffee morning hosed by Stitch and Bitch, 10.30am.

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Guided bluebell walk, with countryside warden, 10.30am-1pm £4/under 14s free (sorry no dogs); booking essential 0870 0104900. Guided estate walk, through parkland, woodland and around lake, dogs on leads welcome, leaves barn on main car park at 2pm free.

CROMER. Parish Hall: Cromer Festival of Music, Dance and Speech - strings, all day £1 a session, 01263 512928.

EAST RUSTON. Village Hall: Shape-Note workshop, unaccompanied harmony singing, no experience necessary, 6.30-9pm £4, 01692 583400.

Fishing Boat: Pool knockout, 8pm £2.

ERPINGHAM. Alby Craft Centre: May Extravaganza, demonstrations of falconry, beekeeping, boule, chainsaw carving, crafts, morris dancing, real ale, pavement art competition, 12-5pm free parking and entry.

GRESHAM. Village Hall: North Norfolk Backgammon Summer Open Trophy, 9.30 for 9.45am.

HORSFORD. Houghen Plantation/Drayton Drewery car park: Norfolk Orienteering Club, beginners welcome, 10-11am £3.50 (signed from Reepham Road, map ref TG 172160).

KELLING. Kelling Hall: Open garden in aid of St John Ambulance, hall (not open) and gardens designed by Edad Maufe, a student of Lutyens, making the most of the natural surroundings with views towards the sea, 11th century ruin, moat and pond, artist Shirley Cant's studio open, dogs on leads, 2-5.30pm £3.50/under 12s free.

KNAPTON. Rivermount, Hall Lane: Garden open for National Gardens Scheme, traditional-style garden, herbaceous borders, woodland garden, paved kitchen area with herb garden and old-fashioned rose beds, orchard, wildflower meadow walk, 2-5pm £3/children free.

MUNDESLEY. Pavilion: Bingo, 7.30pm.

STRATTON STRAWLESS. Brook House, Hainford Road: Bluebell Day, bluebell woods open, stalls, art exhibition, teas, 2-5pm £2.50/accompanied children free; proceeds St Margaret's Church.

WORSTEAD. Queen Elizabeth Hall: Worstead Mardle, all interested in history of the village welcome, bar available, 12 noon £5 including buffet; information 01603 279169.

SALES

BACTON. Village Hall: Car boot, 9am-1pm tables £5, 01692 598286; in aid of Norwich Assist Group.

BLAKENEY. Village Hall: Antique and collectors' fair, 10am-4pm 50p.

ERPINGHAM. Wolterton Hall: Crafts, gifts and collectables fair, 11am-4pm stalls £10, 01263 570057, public £1; in aid of Grooms Shaftesbury charity.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Plant sale, including rare and unusual plants, 2-3.30pm.

MUNDESLEY. Coronation Hall: Craft fair, 10am-4pm.

NORTH WALSHAM. North Walsham Football Club, Green Road: Car boot, sellers 11am £6, buyers 12-4pm.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Rivers Park, Stepping Stone: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, 07796 964653 (Dave).

MONDAY

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm (near North Walsham): Animal Magic Dog Club - puppy and junior dog learning group, 11.45am and 6pm; obedience and beginners' agility, 10.45am, 01263 722669.

EAST RUNTON. Fishing Boat: Cash bingo, 7.30pm. Quiz, max four per team, 9.30pm.

HOVETON. Broadland High School: Aquafit classes, sign up for five week's gentle exercise and have some fun, 6.30-7.10pm or 7.15-7.55pm, please call 0844 800 8002.

Broadland High School: Air Training Corps 222 Squadron (Broadlands) for ages 13+, 7-9.30pm, 01603 781222 (during session).

MUNDESLEY. Methodist Church: Coffee Pop-In, 10am-12.

Coronation Hall: Carpet bowls, fun session, 1.30-4pm £1.20pp inc tea and biscuits.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Parish Church: The Monday Stall, various stalls, 8.30am-12; proceeds church Millennium projects.

WELLS. The Maltings, Staithe Street: Collectors' fair, 10am-4pm; donations welcome for Heritage House Day Care for the Elderly.

TUESDAY

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm (near North Walsham): Animal Magic Dog Club - obedience adult dogs, 7.30pm, 01263 722669.

CROSTWICK. Scout Hut: Mucky Pups Art and Craft Club for pre-schoolers and their carers, theme - The Zoo, 2pm; bookings 01603 710764.

MUNDESLEY. Free Church: Mother and Toddler Group, 9.30-11.30am.

Pavilion: Whist, 1.45pm.

NORTH WALSHAM. Youth Centre: North Walsham Camera Club, 2007 EAF Show Portfolio presentation, 7.30pm.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Keys: Antiques auction, 10am.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Household and collectables, 8am-12.30pm.

EXHIBITIONS

HORNING. Waterside Gallery, Ferry View Road: John Hedgecoe - Norfolk based photographer, 9am-5pm (to June 6).

WEDNESDAY

EVENTS

ASHMANHAUGH. Preston Rooms: Carpet bowls, fun session, refreshments, £1.

AYLSHAM. 10 Bushey Place, Old Cromer Road: Presto Park Scalextric Club for ages 12 plus, four-lane 100ft track, children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult, 7-9.45pm, 01603 754319.

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Attic tours, see items in storage rarely viewed by the public, 1.30pm and 3pm £6; booking essential 0870 0104900.

CROMER. Cottage PH, Louden Road: Cromer Community Hospital Friends AGM, attended by David Prior, 7pm.

CROSTWICK. Scout Hut: Mucky Pups Art and Craft Club for pre-schoolers and their carers, theme - The Zoo, 10-11am and 11.15am-12.15pm; bookings 01603 710764.

FELBRIGG. Felbrigg Hall: Meet the Gardener, guided tour of the west and walled garden, 2pm £6/National Trust members £3 (pay on day).

HOLT. Methodist Church Hall: North Norfolk Photography Society, illustrated talk by Dave Jordan - Colour in Photography, 7.30pm.

HOVETON. Broadland High School, Tunstead Road: Wroxham Flower Club open meeting, demonstration by Sue Flight (Sussex) with theme Pink and Purple, 7.30pm £8/members £5 including buffet; information 01603 783677.

MUNDESLEY. Methodist Church: Coffee Pop-In, 10am-12.

Pavilion: Whist, 1.45pm.

TRIMINGHAM. Pilgrims Hall or Shelter: Creative Writing Group, 10.30am-12.30pm, 01263

WEYBOURNE. Radio Hut at the Mickleburgh Collection: North Norfolk Amateur Radio Group meets, new members with an interest in any aspect of radio past or present welcome, 10am-4pm, 01263 825651.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Keys: Antiques auction, 10am.

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