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Diary - April 29-May 5

PUBLISHED: 11:14 27 April 2010 | UPDATED: 10:31 13 July 2010

THURSDAY, APRIL 29



EVENTS

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 29

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. The Old Pottery, Buxton Road: Music at the Old Pottery Series: Great Moments in Performance talk, 2-3.30pm and 7.30-9pm £7.50 on door.

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Lothian Attic Tour with Afternoon Tea, 1.30pm and 3pm £15; booking essential 0844 800 4308.

CROMER. Library, Prince of Wales Road: Card trading, including Pokemon, Match Attax, Dr Who and more, 4.30-5.30pm.

FELTHORPE. The Pavilion, The Street: Bingo, 8pm.

FRIDAY, APRIL 30

EVENTS

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Lothian Attic Tour with Afternoon Tea, 1.30pm and 3pm £15; booking essential 0844 800 4308.

CROMER. Methodist Church Rooms, Hall Lane: Lipreading class, 1.30-3.30pm, enrol on 0344 8008002.

HANWORTH. Memorial Hall: Village Screen presents An Education (12A), 7pm £4.50 advance/£5 door, 01263 761776 or 768765.

HOLT. King's Head, High Street: Beer Festival, 21 real ales, 11am-11pm.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

Coronation Hall, Cromer Road: Fit Together badminton, 1-3pm £2 per session, book a slot on 07917 596797 (Joy).

NORTH WALSHAM. Youth Centre (behind library): North Walsham and District Camera Club meeting, with Chris Bellenie, Foto Forum 1, 7.30pm.

OVERSTRAND. Sports Pavilion: Celebratory Food on Rations lunch to mark 65th anniversary of VE Day in Europe, lunch served using the Victory Cookbook Celebratory Menu, 12.30pm £5 (limited to 30 places), booking essential on 01263 579561; proceeds Help for Heroes.

SHERINGHAM. Health Centre: Lipreading class, 10am-12, enrol on 0344 8008002.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: Scrumptious Cake Bake coffee morning, 10am-12; proceeds Multiple Sclerosis Society.

CONCERTS

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: Cantamus Community Choir with guest soloists perform Samson by GF Handel, 7.30pm £6 including refreshments; 01263 833252.

GIGS

NORTH WALSHAM. Community Centre: Kevin Montgomery and Band (Nashville, Tennessee), 8pm £14, 01692 500287.

SALES

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

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Stepping Stone Lane: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs walking, 07796 964653 (Dave).

SATURDAY, MAY 1

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Bure Valley Railway, Norwich Road: Anything Goes, see all available BVR engines and coaches in action, children's competition during train journey (prize for correct entries), 9am-5.30pm £11.50/children £6.50/under fives free; information 01263 733858 or www.bvrw.co.uk

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Lothian Attic Tour with Afternoon Tea, 1.30pm and 3pm £15; booking essential 0844 800 4308.

CROMER. Parish Hall: Cromer and North Norfolk Music Festival, from 9.30am £2

FELMINGHAM. St Andrew's Church: Art exhibition and sale of work, raffle and refreshments available, 10am-5pm; in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance and Kingsbeck PCC.

HOLT. King's Head, High Street: Beer Festival, 21 real ales, 11am-11pm.

HORNING. BeWILDerwood, Lower Street: Soopa-Doopa Spring Spree, search out woodland creatures hiding high and low, from 10am normal admission.

Village Hall: Prize bingo, 7.30pm; in aid of hall funds.

OVERSTRAND. The White Horse: Mr and Mrs competition in aid of Motor Neurone Disease, 9.30pm £2.50 per couple.

SIDESTRAND. Parish Church: Local History and Village Archive exhibition, lace making demonstration, display by Sidestrand and District Modelmakers, refreshments available, 1-4pm.

STRATTON STRAWLESS. Brook House, Hainford Road: Bluebell Day, bluebell woodland walks, stalls, teas, local art exhibition, 2-5pm £2.50/children free (dogs on leads); proceeds St Margaret's Church.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Forever in Blue Jeans (1950s-60s rock 'n' roll show), 8pm £16.50/concs £16, 01263 512495.

FRETTENHAM. St Swithin's Church: Mardling and Music with Keith Skipper and Ian Prettyman, 7.30pm £7 including refreshments, 01603 737883.

GIMINGHAM. Village Hall: Norfolk Nights with Pat Nearney and Danny Platten, 7.30pm £5/children £3 including cheese and wine, 01263 721755.

CONCERTS

AYLSHAM. St Michael's Church: Aylsham Music presents the Norwich Baroque Orchestra, programme includes Handel: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba; Albinoni: Oboe Concerto; Pachelbel: Gigue; Vivaldi: Concert for 2 Oboes, 7.30pm £12/children free including wine/soft drink (pay on door).

GIGS

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: Karen Tweed, 7.30pm £10, 01263 822347.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Burgh Road, off A140: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs walking, 07796 964653 (Dave).

Market Place: Farmers' market, 9am-1pm.

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas Church Hall, Quay: Glaven District Caring second-hand book sale, 10am-4pm.

HEVINGHAM. Village Hall: Car boot, 1-3pm pitches £5 on day; proceeds Under 5s Playgroup.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Craft fair, 10am-3pm.

MORSTON. Village Hall: Second-hand books, all subjects, 10am-4pm; proceeds Friends of Morston Church.

NORTH WALSHAM. Quaker Meeting House: Plant and book sale, 9.30am-12.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Farmers' market, 9am-12.

SUNDAY, MAY 2

EVENTS

ASHMANHAUGH. Ashmanhaugh Light Railway, East View Farm, Stone Lane: Open day, trains running 2-5pm (weather permitting), free entry, £1 per ride, £3 for day rover and £10 for family rover.

AYLSHAM. Bure Valley Railway, Norwich Road: Anything Goes, see all available BVR engines and coaches in action, children's competition during train journey (prize for correct entries), 9am-5.30pm £11.50/children £6.50/under fives free; information 01263 733858 or www.bvrw.co.uk

BEESTON REGIS. All Saints' Church: By Special Request, afternoon of favourite hymns and poetry, light refreshments, 3pm collection.

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Lothian Attic Tour with Afternoon Tea, 1.30pm and 3pm £15; booking essential 0844 800 4308.

EAST RUNTON. Fishing Boat: Pool knockout, winner takes all, 8pm £2.

FELMINGHAM. St Andrew's Church: Art exhibition and sale of work, raffle and refreshments available, 10am-4pm; in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance and Kingsbeck PCC.

HOLT. King's Head, High Street: Beer Festival, 21 real ales, 11am-10.30pm.

HORNING. BeWILDerwood, Lower Street: Soopa-Doopa Spring Spree, search out woodland creatures hiding high and low, from 10am normal admission.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Bingo, 7.30pm.

NORTHREPPS. Parish Church: Poppyland Flower Festival, raffle, quiz, refreshments, 12-4pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham: Ramble, must be able to walk for at least two miles, dogs on leads, 2pm free (car park charge applies to non National Trust members).

SIDESTRAND. Parish Church: Local History and Village Archive exhibition, lace making demonstration, display by Sidestrand and District Modelmakers, refreshments available, 1-4pm.

STRATTON STRAWLESS. Brook House, Hainford Road: Bluebell Day, bluebell woodland walks, stalls, teas, local art exhibition, 2-5pm £2.50/children free (dogs on leads); proceeds St Margaret's Church.

SUTTON. Sutton Fen: Wildlife Conservation, volunteers needed to help out on this site, lunchtime walk, 10am; information 01362 694071.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Keith Loads and Friends (comedy show), 7.30pm £14.50/concs £13.50, 01263 512495.

CONCERTS

HOLKHAM. Holkham Hall, Marble Hall: Schola Cantorum and Chamber Choir from Gresham's School, perform wide range of choral items including Renaissance motets to contemporary works, both secular and sacred, 7.30pm £16 including glass of wine, 01328 713111.

SALES

ALDBOROUGH. Community Centre: Farmers' market, 10am-1pm.

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas Church Hall, Quay: Glaven District Caring second-hand book sale, 10am-4pm.

HANWORTH. A140: Car boot sale organised by Cookie, 8am.

SHERINGHAM. Upper Sheringham Village Hall: Car boot inside and out, no caterers please, cake stall, bacon rolls and refreshments available, 9am-12.30pm pitches/tables £5, 01263 824905.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Stepping Stone Lane: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs walking, 07796 964653 (Dave).

STRADBROKE. All Saints Church: Art exhibition and sale of pictures, refreshments, 10am-6pm 50p.

MONDAY, MAY 3

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Bure Valley Railway, Norwich Road: Anything Goes, see all available BVR engines and coaches in action, children's competition during train journey (prize for correct entries), 9am-5.30pm £11.50/children £6.50/under fives free; information 01263 733858 or www.bvrw.co.uk

CROMER. Parish Hall: Cromer and North Norfolk Music Festival, from 10am £2

EAST RUNTON. Fishing Boat: Bingo, 7.30pm. Quiz, 9.30pm.

FELMINGHAM. St Andrew's Church: Art exhibition and sale of work, raffle and refreshments available, 10am-5pm; in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance and Kingsbeck PCC.

HAPPISBURGH. Parish Church Tower: Thomas Marshall Memorial Staircase open, weather permitting, 1-4pm £2/children £1 (minimum height 4ft 7in).

HOLT. Youth Project, Old Station Way: Meditation with the Amoghasiddhi Buddhist Centre, 1-2pm £4.50, 01953 451937.

HORNING. BeWILDerwood, Lower Street: Soopa-Doopa Spring Spree, search out woodland creatures hiding high and low, from 10am normal admission.

MUNDESLEY. Coronation Hall: Carpet bowls, fun session, teas and biscuits, 1.30-4pm £1.50pp.

NORTH WALSHAM. Victory Swim and Fitness Centre, Station Road: Fit Together water aerobics, 9-10am £2, book on 01692 409370.

NORTHREPPS. Parish Church: Poppyland Flower Festival, raffle, quiz, refreshments, 10am-4pm.

SIDESTRAND. Parish Church: Local History and Village Archive exhibition, lace making demonstration, display by Sidestrand and District Modelmakers, refreshments available, 1-4pm.

SPIXWORTH. Grange Farm and St Peter's Church: Bluebell walks, nature trail, metal detecting, variety of walks of differing lengths, refreshments, dogs on leads, 11.30am-4pm £2.50/children free.

STRATTON STRAWLESS. Brook House, Hainford Road: Bluebell Day, bluebell woodland walks, stalls, teas, local art exhibition, 2-5pm £2.50/children free (dogs on leads); proceeds St Margaret's Church.

WITTON. The Hall, Plantation Road: Bluewell Walk, produce stall, refreshments, £2 (suggested donation) proceeds to St Margaret's Church.

SALES

BLAKENEY. Harbour Room: Farmers' Market, locally grown produce, foodstuffs and plants, Citizen Advice Bureau in attendance, 9.30am-1pm.

St Nicholas Church Hall, Quay: Glaven District Caring second-hand book sale, 10am-4pm.

MUNDESLEY. Coronation Hall: Millennium Fairs Antique fair, 9.30am-3.30pm.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Stepping Stone Lane: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs walking, 07796 964653 (Dave).

TUESDAY, MAY 4

EVENTS

ALDBOROUGH. Community Centre: Bingo, eyes down 8pm.

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, obedience on walks 10.30am, 01263 720730.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

NORTH WALSHAM. Victory Swim and Fitness Centre, Station Road: Fit Together water aerobics, 9-10am £2, book on 01692 409370.

OVERSTRAND. Parish Hall: Gardening Club meeting with speaker John Holden, 2.30pm £1 members visitors £1.50.

GIGS

HORNING. New Inn: Open mic night, 8.30pm.

SALES

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas Church Hall, Quay: Glaven District Caring second-hand book sale, 10am-4pm.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Table top, 8.30am-12.15pm.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, puppy classes 6pm, obedience for agility 7pm, 01263 720730.

CROMER. Community Centre, Garden Street: Coffee Morning, refreshments, cake stall and table top sale, 10am-12.30; proceeds to The Junction.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

SHERINGHAM. Community Centre, Cromer Road: Fit Together exercise with Wyn Nurse, 9-10am £2.

North Norfolk Railway, Station Road: Railway and Park Walk, ride on the North Norfolk Railway and stroll through the woodland and wild garden of Sheringham Park, optional behind the scenes tour at the railway instead of the park walk, 6.30pm £8, 01263 820800 or www.nnrailway.co.uk

SALES

BLAKENEY. St Nicholas Church Hall, Quay: Glaven District Caring second-hand book sale, 10am-4pm.


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