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Diary - August 26-September 1

PUBLISHED: 11:07 24 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:49 16 September 2010

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 26



EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 9am, 10am and 6.15pm £8/childen (under 14) £4/under 2s free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 26

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, obedience on walks 6pm, puppy and junior dog obedience 7pm, 01263 720730.

CROMER. Merchants' Place, Church Street: Talk for a Summer Evening series - Historic Cromer, doors 7pm, starts 7.30pm £6 including glass of wine or soft drink, 01263 519454.

FELBRIGG. Felbrigg Hall: Children's Baking Day, make cakes and biscuits, short quiz and drink, children must be accompanied by adult, 10.30am-1.30pm £8 per child/one accompanying adult free; booking essential on 01263 838237.

GRESHAM. Village Hall: Fit Together badminton, various levels 1-4.30pm £2.50, book a slot on 07917 596797.

NORTH WALSHAM. St John Ambulance HQ, Preference Place, Bacton Road: The Story of John Ambulance, exhibition with uniforms and equipment, 10am-3pm (Thursdays, to October 28).

SHERINGHAM. Library, New Road: Space Hop Around the Universe, bring your family and travel round the planets as a team, suitable for ages 7 plus, 10-11am.

Sheringham Baptist Church, Holway Road: Art demonstration, two artists demonstrating how to paint local scenes, refreshments provided, 7.30pm free but collection in aid of Sheringham Children's Trust.

The Mo: Sheringham Museum: A Walk Through Time: An Edwardian Day out, guided walk with optional visit to the museum, 3pm £3.50/concs £3/children £1.50, 01263 824482.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Summer Seaside Special (variety) , show one, 2.30pm and 8pm £17.50/students and pensioners £15/children £9 (14 and under), family £47 (two adults, two children), 01263 512495.

HOLKHAM. The Pottery Yard, Holkham Hall: Beauty and the Beast (family show) - Chapterhouse Theatre Company, bring own rugs or low-backed seating, grounds open for picnics from 5.15pm, performance 6pm £11/concs £7.50/under 2s free/family (2 adults, 2 children) £33, 01328 713111 or 710885.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: One For The Road (comedy) by Willy Russell - Summer Rep, 8pm £14/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

GIGS

WROXHAM. Broads Tours, The Bridge: Cruise with Boomerang (country), 7.30-10pm £12, booking essential, 01603 782207.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27

EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Harbour Rooms: Mobile gym, 10am-2.45pm.

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, puppy and junior dog obedience 9.30am, obedience on walks 10.15am, 01263 720730.

CROMER. Marrans Bowls Club, Runton Road: Try bowls, 6.30pm.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham: Batty Bats and Mad Moths, family friendly look at bats and moths in the park, 7-9pm children £3.50/accompanying adult £1; booking essential 01263 820550.

STALHAM. St Mary's Church: Festival of Flowers and Photographs, children's activities, coffee, tea and light lunches available, 10am-4pm free admission (programmes £1).

WEST RUNTON. Beach cafe: Rock pool exploration, discover underwater world, bring a net and bucket, wear shoes with grip, 1.30-4pm £1 per child/under threes free.

Beach car park: Geology Walk, exploring the Ice Age cliffs and site of the West Runton Elephant, meet l.15pm, walk 1.30-4pm £3/Museum passholders £2.50; booking essential 01263 513543.

Holy Trinity Church: Flowers, Glorious Flowers, floral arrangements, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Seaside Special (variety) , show one, 8pm £17.50/students and pensioners £15/children £9 (14 and under), family £47 (two adults, two children), 01263 512495.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: One For The Road (comedy) by Willy Russell - Summer Rep, 8pm £14.50/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

GIGS

BLAKENEY. Harbour Room, Quay: Buster James Band plus support, barbecue from 7pm, music from 8.30pm £5, 01263 741666.

HOLT. Community Centre, Kerridge Way: A Late Summer Evening with The Floozies (contemporary acoustic), bar and raffle available, 8pm £7.50, 01263 713427 or 862581; proceeds East Anglia's Children's Hospices (Quidenham).

SHERINGHAM. Crown: Uprising, 9pm.

Tyneside Club: Gordon James, 3-6pm.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 28

EVENTS

BACTON. Village Hall, Coast Road: Art exhibition and sale, work by local artists, children's painting corner, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

BLAKENEY. The Harbour Room Bowling Green: Mad Hatters Tea Party, stalls, cakes, tombola, raffle, live jazz band, 2-5pm, information 01263 741018 or 741020; in aid of The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House.

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, flyball for beginners, 01263 720730.

HONING. Village Hall: Prize bingo, 7.30pm.

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Teddy Bear's Picnic, music and storytelling, nature activities (book a slot for 11am, 12.30pm or 2pm on 01603 782558), 10am-5pm children £6 including picnic box/adults £5 (bring a picnic or buy a picnic box).

NORTH WALSHAM. Library, New Road: Celebrate the birth of poet John Betjeman, books and display, readings by Jim O'Hare, from 10.30am.

SHERINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Coffee morning, with cake and bric-a-brac stalls, 10am; proceeds Children's Society.

STALHAM. St Mary's Church: Festival of Flowers and Photographs, children's activities, coffee, tea and light lunches available, 10am-4pm free admission (programmes £1).

STIFFKEY. Village: The Stiffkey Weekend, history exhibition in church, UNICEF scarecrows throughout the village, stalls on the church green with cakes, books and cards, bric-a-brac (10am-2pm), 10am-5pm.

WEST RUNTON. Holy Trinity Church: Flowers, Glorious Flowers, floral arrangements, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Seaside Special (variety) , show one, 4pm and 8pm £17.50/students and pensioners £15/children £9 (14 and under), family £47 (two adults, two children), 01263 512495.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: One For The Road (comedy) by Willy Russell - Summer Rep, 8pm £14.50/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

GIGS

AYLSHAM. Ex-Servicemen's Club, Hungate Street: Red Hot Rockers, 9pm £tba, pay on door.

REEPHAM. Lord Nelson: Carpe Diem (acoustic), 2-3pm; The Lullabys, 3-3.30pm; Big Red Boat (rock-folk), 5-7.30pm; Blues By Two, 8.30-11pm.

WALCOTT. Lighthouse Inn marquee: Carol (soul, Motown, rock, blues and ballads), 8.30pm £5; proceeds Happisburgh Playing Field funds.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 29

EVENTS

BACTON. Village Hall, Coast Road: Art exhibition and sale, work by local artists, children's painting corner, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

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

HAPPISBURGH. Lighthouse: Open day, children under 1m not allowed to climb the tower, 11am-4pm £2/children £1 (8-16).

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Fun Dog Show and Trials, scruffiest mutt, 11am; agility 11.30am; terrier racing 12 noon; retrieving 12.30pm; best in show 1pm £2.50 per dog.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Bingo, 7.30pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Little Theatre, Station Road: Morning Celebration with Sheringham Baptist Church, includes singing, drama, dance, children's activities and a Christian message, theme: Our Big God, 10.30am.

STALHAM. St Mary's Church: Festival of Flowers and Photographs, children's activities, coffee, tea and light lunches available, 10am-4pm free admission (programmes £1).

STIFFKEY. Village: The Stiffkey Weekend, history exhibition in church, UNICEF scarecrows throughout the village, 10am-5pm.

TRIMINGHAM. Woodlands Leisure Centre: Summer fete, stalls, games, children's fancy dress, bar, barbecue, raffle etc, 10.30am-3pm.

WEST RUNTON. Holy Trinity Church: Flowers, Glorious Flowers, floral arrangements, refreshments available, 10am-5pm. Songs of Praise, 6pm.

WEYBOURNE. Opposite Weybourne windmill on coast road: Weybourne Fun Day, games, sideshows, fun dog show, children's races, car boot (pre-booked only on 01263 588001, no traders), arts and crafts etc, 10am-4pm free entry, car parking £1; proceeds Weybourne Community Fund.

WHITWELL. Whitwell and Reepham Station: Steam Sunday, steam engine Annie running (12-5pm), museum open, 10am-6pm.

CONCERTS

SHERINGHAM. All Saints Church, Upper Sheringham: Summertime Songs - Sarah Reed (soprano) and Michael Allard (organ and piano), light music for a summer afternoon, tea and cake available during interval, £3-4.30pm £5 on door.

GIGS

BACTON, NORWICH. Poacher's Pocket: Tony Cann, 8.30pm.

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Abba Forever, 8pm £17/concs £16, 01263 512495.

HORSFORD. Social Club: Harri, afternoon.

REEPHAM. King's Arms: Climax Jazz Band, 12-2.30pm in the courtyard (weather permitting).

Lord Nelson: Jon Collorick (folk), 4pm; Sylvanne (Irish folk), 8.30-11pm.

SHERINGHAM. Crown: Mr Splinta, 9pm.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

MONDAY, AUGUST 30

EVENTS

BACTON. Village Hall, Coast Road: Art exhibition and sale, work by local artists, children's painting corner, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

BLICKLING. Blickling Park: Aylsham Show, arena displays, children's fancy dress competition, children's sack race and tug of war, parade of vintage and classic cars and military vehicles, trade stands, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (1pm), gates 8am £12/under 16s free.

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

HAPPISBURGH. Lighthouse: Open day, children under 1m not allowed to climb the tower, 11am-4pm £2/children £1 (8-16).

Old Vicarage Gardens (opposite school): St Mary's Church Fete, stalls, games, children's races, raffles, refreshments, 2-4pm 50p/children (up to 15) free.

HICKLING. Norfolk Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, Hickling Broad: The Night Shift, bat detecting and moth trapping evening, 7.30-9.30pm £3.50; booking essential 01692 598276.

HOLT. Community Centre, Kerrisons Way: Village Screen presents archive film - The Norfolk Coast 1920s-1970s, includes fishermen and tales of Ghosts to poaching and floods, refreshments available, film shown at 10am, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm and 4pm £2.50 on door.

STALHAM. St Mary's Church: Festival of Flowers and Photographs, children's activities, coffee, tea and light lunches available, 10am-4pm free admission (programmes £1).

STIFFKEY. Village: The Stiffkey Weekend, history exhibition in church, UNICEF scarecrows throughout the village, 10am-5pm.

SWANTON ABBOTT. Animal Care, Sandfield Cottage, Youngman's Lane: Open afternoon for pets and their owners, stalls, tombola, raffle, refreshments, 2-5pm; proceeds to Animal Care.

SHOWS

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: One For The Road (comedy) by Willy Russell - Summer Rep, 8pm £14/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

CONCERTS

NORTH WALSHAM. St Nicholas Parish Church: Organ recital by David Ballard (recent UEA graduate), programme of popular classics played on the newly restored organ, 1pm collection.

GIGS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Abba Forever, 8pm £17/concs £16, 01263 512495.

HORSFORD. Social Club: Those Wapscallionz, 8.30pm.

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Musical Showcase, local musicians playing a variety of genres, gardens open, 10.30am-5pm £5/children (over 5) £2.50/under 5s free.

REEPHAM. King's Arms: Norfolk Dixieland Jazz Band, 12-2.30pm in the courtyard (weather permitting).

Lord Nelson: The Water Rats Jazz Band, 1-5pm; Rachael Leech, 5pm; Danny and Carl jam session (blues, rock and folk) 8.30-11pm.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31

EVENTS

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, gundog beginners, 9.30am, 01263 720730.

HOLT. Holt Country Park, Edgefield Road: Kids in Space, trail of space, make a water rocket (bring 1 litre fizzy pop bottle), 10.15am-12 noon £1.50 per child/under 3s free.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

STALHAM. Library: Rainbow Fish Story Time, and activities for children aged 7 and under, 2.30-3.15pm.

Rectory Gardens: St Mary's Church Summer Fete, stalls, games, cakes and more, 2-4pm.

St Mary's Church: Festival of Flowers and Photographs, children's activities, coffee, tea and light lunches available, 10am-12 free admission (programmes £1).

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Seaside Special (variety) , show one, 2.30pm 8pm £17.50/students and pensioners £15/children £9 (14 and under), family £47 (two adults, two children), 01263 512495.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: One For The Road (comedy) by Willy Russell - Summer Rep, 2.30pm £11/concs £8 and 8pm £14/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

CONCERTS

CROMER. SS Peter and Paul's Church: Organ recital by Richard Walker (Shropshire), 8pm collection.

GIGS

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

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Town Hall, Green Room: Aylsham Town Plan Action Group meeting, open to all Aylsham residents, 7.30pm, 07786 892047.

BACTON. Bacton Woods: Kids in Space, trail of space, make a water rocket (bring 1 litre fizzy pop bottle), 10.15am-12 noon £1.50 per child/under 3s free.

BRADFIELD. Bradfield Hall Farm, Southrepps Road: Animal Magic Dog Club, agility beginners, 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.

WEST RUNTON. Sports and Social Club, Water Lane: Quiz, general knowledge, 9pm, 01263 838866.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Seaside Special (variety) , show one, 2.30pm 8pm £17.50/students and pensioners £15/children £9 (14 and under), family £47 (two adults, two children), 01263 512495.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: Run For Your Wife (farce) by Ray Cooney - Summer Rep, 7.30pm £14/under 18s £8, 01263 822347.

CONCERTS

WEST RUNTON. Holy Trinity Church: Organ recital by Richard Walker (St Chad's, Shrewsbury), 12.30-1.30pm collection.

GIGS

REEPHAM. Lord Nelson: Jon Collorick (folk), 8.30pm.

WEYBOURNE. Kelling Heath Caravan Park: Neil Daniels and Dave Morrison (blues styles), 7.30-10pm.

EXHIBITIONS

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham Preservation Society Art Exhibition, 10.30am-5.30pm; donations welcome in aid of the Society.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: North Walsham and District Camera Club present an Exhibition of Photographs, refreshments, 10am-5pm.


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