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Diary for June 5 to June 12

PUBLISHED: 14:39 04 June 2008 | UPDATED: 08:59 13 July 2010

TODAY

EVENTS

BANNINGHAM. Village Hall: Bonsai - Brenda Hines from Hoecroft Plants, 7 for 7.30pm.

SHOWS

HORNING. Village Hall: The King and I (musical), 7.

TODAY

EVENTS

BANNINGHAM. Village Hall: Bonsai - Brenda Hines from Hoecroft Plants, 7 for 7.30pm.

SHOWS

HORNING. Village Hall: The King and I (musical), 7.30pm £6, tickets from Horning Post Office or 01692 631436; in aid of British Heart Foundation.

NEATISHEAD. Victory Hall: Don't Lose the Place (farce) by Derek Benfield - Neatishead and Barton Society (NABS), 7.30pm £5, 01692 630261 or on door.

SALES

HICKLING. Methodist Chapel, Heath Road: Food fare, 9am-12.

OVERSTRAND. Overstrand Sports Ground, High Street: Car boot, 8am.

SHERINGHAM. St John Hall, Wyndham Street: Sheringham country market, 10-11.30am.

TOMORROW

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Jubilee Centre, Norwich Road: Pilates class, June 6-July 11 inclusive, 1-2.15pm, 01692 400365.

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

KNAPTON. Madra: 6th Meltdown Rally weekend, bike and trike show, stalls, real ales, live bands, £20 for weekend with t-shirt, £10 for weekend or £6 per day, parking £5, free disabled parking, 07877612548/07973481407.

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

Pavilion: Whist, 1.45pm.

NORTH WALSHAM. Roman Catholic Church Hall, Kings Loke Road: University of the Third Age (North Walsham branch), talk by Ken Harman - History of the Gurkhas and The Gurkha Welfare Trust, 2.30pm.

ROUGHTON. Village Hall: Prize bingo, 7.30pm.

SAXTHORPE. Mannington Hall: Evening walk, 7pm £3/children free, 01263 584175 or 768444.

SEA PALLING. Village Hall: Bingo, 7.30 for 8pm.

SHERINGHAM. Guided minibus tour to Pensthorpe - BBC Springwatch venue, 10am-5pm £25 inc entrance, 01263 821604.

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

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

SHOWS

HORNING. Village Hall: The King and I (musical), 7.30pm £6, tickets from Horning Post Office or 01692 631436; in aid of British Heart Foundation.

NEATISHEAD. Victory Hall: Don't Lose the Place (farce) by Derek Benfield - Neatishead and Barton Society (NABS), 7.30pm £5, 01692 630261 or on door.

CONCERTS

SAXLINGHAM. Parish Church: Jazz concert by Gresham's School jazz groups, 7.30pm £7.50, 01485 525233 or 01328 830564; for church funds.

SALES

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

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).

SATURDAY

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Aylsham Fun Barns: Family fun day, 10am-2pm free (special entry to whole of the complex children £4/adults £1/family £8).

BARTON TURF. Barton Hall Garden: Fete, stalls, games, Weavers Morris dancers, 2pm; proceeds Barton Turf and Irstead Churches and the Royal British Legion.

KNAPTON. Madra: 6th Meltdown Rally weekend, bike and trike show, stalls, real ales, live bands, £20 for weekend with t-shirt, £10 for weekend or £6 per day, parking £5, free disabled parking, 07877612548/07973481407.

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

STALHAM. Infant School: Fete, donkey rides, children's sports activities, books, tombola, raffle, , 2-4pm.

TRUNCH. The Rectory: Summer fete, entertainments, stalls, games, barbecue and more, 1-4pm; for church funds.

The Rectory, Knapton Road: Summer fete, stalls, games, barbecue, refreshments, 1pm; St Botolph's Church.

SHOWS

HORNING. Village Hall: The King and I (musical), 7.30pm £6, tickets from Horning Post Office or 01692 631436; in aid of British Heart Foundation.

NEATISHEAD. Victory Hall: Don't Lose the Place (farce) by Derek Benfield - Neatishead and Barton Society (NABS), 7.30pm £5, 01692 630261 or on door.

CONCERTS

AYLSHAM. High School: A Musical Evening - Shining Lights with The Sam Smith Singers and young performers, 7.30pm £5 including refreshments; proceeds Market Surgery Support Group.

CROMER. SS Peter and Paul Church: The Mozart Orchestra, conductor: Geoffrey Baker; soloist: James Shelton (trumpet), programme includes Haydn: Trumpet Concerto; Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture; Mozart: Symphony No 4; Beethoven: Symphony No 1, 7.30pm £tba, tickets from K Hardware, Church Street, Cromer.

FELMINGHAM. St Andrew's Church: Music for a Summer's Evening with The Cliftonville Singers, 7.30pm £5 including light refreshments, pay on door; proceeds Kings Beck PCC.

SALLE. Parish Church: North Norfolk Chorale present Brahm's Requiem and solo works by Vivaldi and Ralph Vaughan Williams, conductor: Rosemary Kimmins; soloists: Jayne May Sysum (soprano) and Gavin Horsley (bass), with guest orchestra led by Paul Clark, 7.30pm £10 on door.

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: Barn and English folk 7.30-11pm £3 plus plate of food to share (soft drinks provided), 01692 535543..

SALES

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

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

BODHAM. Playing field: Car boot in aid of playing field funds, no dogs, set up 8.30am £5, public 9.30am-1pm.

BUXTON. Balay Park, Aylsham Road: Grand second-hand book sale, from 9.30am; proceeds 1st Buxton Lamas Scout Group's new hut building fund.

CROMER. Parish Hall, Church Road: Antique and collectors' fair, 8.30am-4pm 60p.

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

MUNDESLEY. Coronation Hall: Plant sale, refreshments available, plants to sell welcome, results of Proverbs quiz, 10.30am-12.30pm.

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

SHERINGHAM. St Andrew's Church Hall, Cromer Road: Grand summer sale in aid of North Norfolk Cats Lifeline Trust, bric-a-brac, tombola, videos, preserves, cakes, plants and more, 9.30am-12 50p or tin of cat food.

SMALLBURGH. Village Hall: Car boot, inside and out, refreshments available, 9am (set-up from 8am), 01692 535015.

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

TRUNCH. Playing Field: Car boot sale, stallholders from 8am (pitch £5, 01263 833902), buyers 9am-12.

SUNDAY

EVENTS

BLICKLING. Blickling Hall: Estate walk leaves barn on main car park 2pm free (car park charge for non NT members).

BUXTON. Village Hall car park: Charity Drive 'n' Stroll Treasure Hunt, leaves between 2-3pm £10 per car; proceeds Marie Curie charity.

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

EDINGTHORPE. Village: Open gardens, six individual gardens open, plant sales and stalls, ferry bus around the gardens, 11am-5pm £2.50; in aid of All Saints' Church.

KNAPTON. Madra: 6th Meltdown Rally weekend, bike and trike show, £20 for weekend with t-shirt, £10 for weekend or £6 per day, parking £5, free disabled parking, 07877612548/07973481407.

LESSINGHAM. Village Hall: Open gardens, various gardens open, book stall, raffle, exhibition of vintage tractors and cars, refreshments available, 10am-4pm £2.50.

MUNDESLEY. Pavilion: Bingo, 7.30pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham: Garden open for National Gardens Scheme, 50 acres,dawn to dusk £4 per car.

STALHAM. Museum of the Broads, Stalham Staithe: Watercolour Challenge, paint a scene of your choice at the staithe, 11am-3pm artists £5 otherwise normal museum admission; booking (artists) essential on 01692 581681.

THORPE MARKET. St Margaret's Church: Wild Flower Walkabout Day, wildflowers in conservation areas of churchyard, live music from Village Folk Band, second-hand books, refreshments available, 2-5pm.

SALES

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

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

FRETTENHAM. Village: Village garage sales, 30 plus houses taking part, 10am-2pm (maps available from the school). Village garage sales, 30 plus houses taking part, 10am-2pm (maps available from the school); in aid of Frettenham Under Fives Pre-school.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Antique and collectors' fair, 9.30am-3.30pm.

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

SHERINGHAM. Upper Sheringham Village Hall: Car boot (inside and out), 9am-12.30pm pitch/table bookings on 01263 824905 or 824757.

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

MONDAY

EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 10am and 111am £8/children £4, 01263 740505/740038. Seal trips with Bishop's Boats, 10am and 11am £8/children £4, 08000 740754.

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

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

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 free (donations welcome for Wells Community Hospital).

TUESDAY

EVENTS

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

CROMER. Parish Church Rooms: Norwich and Central Norfolk MIND Carer Support Service, information and advice, 10am-12.30pm.

CROSTWICK. Scout Hut: Mucky Pups arts and crafts for pre-schoolers and their carers, theme - Castles and Dragons, 1-2pm; 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, presentation - Picture within a Picture, 7.30pm.

SHOWS

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: The Yeoman of the Guard (operetta) by Gilbert and Sullivan - The Sheringham Savoyards, 7.30pm £10, 01263 822347.

CONCERTS

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

SALES

AYLSHAM. Keys: Antiques auction with collectables, 10am.

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

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, 7-9.45pm, 01603 754319.

CROSTWICK. Scout Hut: Mucky Pups arts and crafts, 10-11am and 11.15am-12.15pm; 01603 710764.

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

Pavilion: Whist, 1.45pm.

SHERINGHAM. Oddfellows Hall, Lifeboat Plain: Norfolk Wildlife Trust, talk - A Bird in the Garden by local ornithologist Graham Larter, 7.30-9.30pm.

TRIMINGHAM. Pilgrims Hall or Shelter: Creative Writing Group, 10.30am-12.30pm, 01263 834466.

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

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: Wroxham Flower Club, presentation - Wish You Were Here, plant stall, 7.30pm visitor £3.

SHOWS

HORNING. Village Hall: The King and I (musical), Thu-Sat 7.30pm £6, tickets from Horning Post Office or 01692 631436; in aid of British Heart Foundation.

NEATISHEAD. Victory Hall: Don't Lose the Place (farce) by Derek Benfield - Neatishead and Barton Society (NABS), Thu-Sat 7.30pm £5, 01692 630261 or on door.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: The Yeoman of the Guard (operetta) by Gilbert and Sullivan - The Sheringham Savoyards, Tue-Wed, 7.30pm £10, 01263 822347.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Keys: Antiques auction with collectables, 10am.

MUNDESLEY. Gold Park: Car boot sale, sellers 7.30am, buyers 8.30am; all proceeds to local good causes.


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