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Diary - May 13-19

PUBLISHED: 10:18 11 May 2010 | UPDATED: 10:33 13 July 2010

THURSDAY, MAY 13



EVENTS

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

THURSDAY, MAY 13

EVENTS

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

DANCES

EAST RUNTON. Village Hall: Bellydancing with Dianne, beginners then progressive levels, 6.30-8.15pm £5, 0808 131 0134.

SUTTON. Sutton Staithe Hotel: Salsa with Dance Cuban, all levels, 8pm £5/concs £4, 07711 286047.

EXHIBITIONS

CLEY. Pinkfoot Gallery, High Street: Meg Foster and Jane Hodgson's joint exhibition. The paintings reflect the surrounding landscape and working lives, which are a constant inspiration for both artists, ring for opening times, 01263 740947 (runs until May 15).

FRIDAY, MAY 14

EVENTS

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

FELTHORPE. The Pavilion, The Street: Whist drive, £1.50 including raffle and refreshments.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

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

SKEYTON. Village Hall: Whist drive, 7.30pm.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: We'll Meet Again (nostalgia show), 2.30pm £12/concs £10, 01263 512495.

CONCERTS

BACONSTHORPE. Village Hall: Pastiche Trio - song and guitar recital, 7.30pm £4; for hall funds.

SLOLEY. Parish Church: An Evening with Worstead Choir, followed by wine and cheese, 7.30pm £6, 01692 538744 or 500922.

DANCES

FELMINGHAM. Village Hall: Dance to music by Kevin Barry, 8.15pm £5; for hall funds.

WALCOTT. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin dance, live music by Roger Bean, 2pm £3.50, 01263 824217.

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).

EXHIBITIONS

CLEY. Pinkfoot Gallery, High Street: Meg Foster and Jane Hodgson's joint exhibition. The paintings reflect the surrounding landscape and working lives, which are a constant inspiration for both artists, ring for opening times, 01263 740947 (runs until May 15).

SATURDAY, MAY 15

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Woodgate Nursery, Cawston Road: Garden Design and Advice weekend, gardening designers, including a team of students from Easton College horticultural course, and specialist garden related businesses, refreshments available, 10am-4pm free (collection for the East Anglian Air Ambulance).

BURGH. North Farm Pottery, Burgh-next-Aylsham: Pottery and Art open weekend, display of vintage tractors and carts, sale of domestic and decorative stoneware, paintings by Chloe Mandy and Hannah Giffard, concert by a string trio of music by Mendlessohn and Franck (4pm), 10am-4pm (2.5m from A140 Aylsham to Cromer road and through the village).

CROMER. Cromer Museum, Church Street: Museums At Night, Victorian entertainment with a magic lantern show, children's activities and Victorian ballads, 8-10pm free.

RNLI Henry Blogg Museum, The Gangway: Museums At Night - A Light in the Night, discover the history of life-saving rescues, make a lantern, 8-10pm free.

HANWORTH. Village Hall: Village Screen presents Me and Orson Welles (12A), 7pm £4.50 adv/£5 on door, 01263 761776 or 768765.

HORNING. Southern Comfort, River bank: Norfolk and Norwich Festival: Jazz cruise with the Dixie Mix, 1pm £12/under 25s £5, 01603 766400.

NORTHREPPS. Northrepps Cottage: May Ball in aid of Heartstart Medics (Norwich), dancing to music, Circus Disco and Dale Bullimore, three course meal, black tie and evening gown essential, 7pm-1am £30, 07979 622922, 01263 579202 or email samanthaneave@hotmail.com

SOUTHREPPS. Village Hall: Antiques road show, plus art exhibition and stalls, 11am-3pm £1 per item valued; proceeds Christian Aid and Trunch Team of Churches.

SHOWS

CROMER. Pavilion Theatre Cromer, Cromer Pier: Essence of Ireland (music, song and dance show), 8pm £18.50/concs £17, 01263 512495.

SHERINGHAM. Little Theatre, 2 Station Road: The Long Way Home (drama) by Charles Way - Eastern Angles, 7.30pm £13, 01263 822347.

CONCERTS

SALLE. Parish Church: Sing For Joy community choir, led by Teresa Verney, songs from around the world, 7.30pm £7, 01263 570117; proceeds About With Friends.

SAXTHORPE. St Andrew's Church: Cavatina String Quartet, programme of operatic arias and chamber music with works by Mozart, Haydn, Gershwin, Donizetti, Puccini, Bernstein and Gounod,7.30pm £6, 01263 587576.

SHERINGHAM. All Saints Church, Upper Sheringham: North Norfolk Orchestral Society, conductor: Freddie Pointer; programme includes Schubert: Symphony No 5 and Haydn: Oboe Concerto in C major (soloist Angela Robinson), 7.30pm £5 on door. North Norfolk Orchestral Society, conductor: Freddie Pointer; programme includes Schubert: Symphony No 5 and Haydn: Oboe Concerto in C major (soloist Angela Robinson), 7.30pm £5 on door.

TRUNCH. St Botolph's Church: The Degani Ensemble, programme of music by Bach, Franck and Mendelssohn, dedicated to the memory of Anne Horsefield (collection taken in support of Myeloma UK), 7.30pm £7/concs £5, 01263 722193 or on door.

GIGS

HORNING. Southern Comfort boat, departing from the riverbank: Norfolk and Norwich Festival, blues cruise with Mark Flanagan, 5pm £12/under 25s £5, booking advised, 01603 766400.

TRIMINGHAM. Woodlands Leisure Park: Carol (soul, motown, rock, blues), 8pm.

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. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, 10am-4pm.

CROMER. Parish Hall, High Street: Collectors' fair, 9.30am-4pm.

INGHAM. Village Hall: Jumble, 2pm; proceeds Great Ormond Street Hospital.

NORTH WALSHAM. St Benets Hall: Plant sale, plus crafts and other stalls, Cats Protection goods, tombola, 9.30am-12.30pm; proceeds North Walsham & District Cats Protection.

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

EXHIBITIONS

CLEY. Pinkfoot Gallery, High Street: Meg Foster and Jane Hodgson's joint exhibition. The paintings reflect the surrounding landscape and working lives, which are a constant inspiration for both artists, ring for opening times, 01263 740947 (runs until May 15).

SUNDAY, MAY 16

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Woodgate Nursery, Cawston Road: Garden Design and Advice weekend, gardening designers, including a team of students from Easton College horticultural course, and specialist garden related businesses, refreshments available, 10am-4pm free (collection for the East Anglian Air Ambulance).

BLAKENEY. Kettle Hill, Langham Road: A Spring Garden and Bluebell Woods, 2-5pm £3/children free; proceeds Glaven District Caring.

BURGH. North Farm Pottery, Burgh-next-Aylsham: Pottery and Art open weekend, display of vintage tractors and carts, sale of domestic and decorative stoneware, paintings by Chloe Mandy and Hannah Giffard, 10am-4pm (2.5m from A140 Aylsham to Cromer road and through the village).

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

Butcher's Arms PH: Guided walk along the Weaver's Way, returning via Dilham Canal (4.5-5 miles), 10.30am £1; booking essential 01508 520331.

ERPINGHAM. Wolterton Park: Organic Garden Day, working walled kitchen garden, stands, demonstrations, Lynn Hopkins the dog listener, RSPB, children's corner, pond dipping, food available, 10.30am-5pm £2/children free.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Bingo, 7.30pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham: Historical Walk, guided walk looking at the history of the park and Upcher family, 2-3.30pm £1.50/children free.

SUFFIELD. Village Hall: Suffield Remembers, exhibition of photographs and maps showing the history of the village, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the village hall, 10.30am-5pm free.

Picture Show of old photographs and slides of Suffield and surrounding areas, by Brian Hedge, 7.30pm £3, 01263 761243.

SUTTON. Sutton Fen: Wildlife Conservation, volunteers needed to help with management of the site, lunch time walk, 10am; information 01362 694071 (Eddie).

WROXHAM. Barton House Railway, Hartwell Road, off The Avenue: Garden railway open day, rides on miniature railway, museum, tombola, refreshments, 2.30-5.30pm £2/children £1 or by boat from Wroxham Bridge £3/£1.50.

GIGS

HORNING. Southern Comfort boat, departing from the riverbank: Norfolk and Norwich Festival, blues cruise with Mark Flanagan, 5pm £12/under 25s £5, booking advised, 01603 766400.

SALES

BACTON. Village Hall: Craft fair, 10am-2.30pm.

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, 10am-4pm.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Plant sale, 10am-2pm; proceeds Wroxham Social Club.

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

MONDAY, MAY 17

EVENTS

AYLSHAM. Green Room: North Norfolk Cats Lifeline Trust fair, crafts/toys, collectables, 9am-3pm.

CROMER. Junior School: Cromer Flower Club, flower arranging demonstration - Travel Wise, 7.30pm.

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

HOLT. Railway Institute, Holt Station: Poppyline Education Group present a general knowledge Quiz Night, teams up to four, £3pp including tea/coffee, bring own refreshments, limited places so booking essential 01263 820800.

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

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

REEPHAM. Kings Arms: Fiddlestocks Northwest Clog dancing, 8pm.

DANCES

HOVETON. Village Hall: Line with Patsy, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm, £4 all night, 07884 197638.

SHERINGHAM. Methodist Church Hall, Cromer Road: English country dancing, 7.30-9.30pm £3.

SALES

AYLSHAM. Parish Church: The Monday Stall, 8.30am-12.

Town Hall: Collectors fair, 8.30am-2pm.

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, 10am-4pm.

TUESDAY, MAY 18

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.

CROMER. The Cottage, Louden Road: Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind sight and sound exhibition, 10am-3pm.

HONING. Village Hall: General knowledge quiz, 7.30 for 8pm £1pp.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

SHERINGHAM. Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham: Rhododendron tour with head gardener, 2pm £5 (pay on day).

GIGS

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

DANCES

AYLSHAM. The Friendship Hall: Cuban salsa classes, beginners 8-9pm, improvers 9-10pm £5 one class £8 for both (07877 797023).

CROMER. Community Centre, Garden Street: English country dancing, 7.30-9.30pm £3.

HORSTEAD. Tithe Barn: Line with Golden Stars, improvers 7-9pm £4, 01603 890708.

STALHAM. High School: Line with Patsy, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm, £4 all night, 07884 197638.

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, 10am-4pm.

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

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19

EVENTS

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

DEREHAM. Tony Boothman Centre, John Bates Close: Spring fair, stalls, tombola, raffle, 10.30am-12.

MUNDESLEY. Bowls Club: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

SHERINGHAM. 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

CONCERTS

HOLT. Methodist Church: The Cliftonville Singers present an evening of 20th Century music, featuring songs and arrangements by John Rutter and Malcolm Archer's Requiem; organist: Lawrence Tao, 7.30pm £5 including refreshments (pay on door).

DANCES

KELLING. Kelling Studios, Kelling Estate, The Street: Bellydancing with Dianne, 7-8.30pm £6, 0808 131 0134.

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, 10am-4pm.


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