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Come and lighten up your afternoon in a fun filled dance workshop with Laura and Sarah from Glass House Dance. Expect music, moving, games and laughter. These sessions are open to all and will include tea and cake! These sessions are dementia inclusive  - no experience is…
Maggie Campbell is an artist and tutor with over 35 years’ experience of delivering wonderful learning experiences. Join Maggie for her decorative arts workshop and learn how to make a mosaic picture or place mat by sticking coloured glass tiles to ply boards to make…
Maggie Campbell is an artist and tutor with over 35 years’ experience of delivering wonderful learning experiences. Join Maggie for a decorative arts workshop and learn how to mosaic using a process which has an element of surprise and magic. Working in reverse, you will…
2019 is the centenary of one of the greatest moments of aviation history and a truly British First – the first ever non-stop flight across the Atlantic. The nail-biting, side-splitting true story of this daredevil flight by pilot Capt. John Alcock and navigator Lt. Arthur…
We are now busy planning for the 2019 Flower Show and we hope you will join us at Sandringham on Wednesday 24th July.
The Thirteenth Norfolk Family Walk for Brain Tumours is being held at Holkham Hall Estate, near Wells-next-the-Sea,  Norfolk, NR23 1RH, on Sunday 6th October 2019 from 10 am to 4pm.  There is ample parking on the estate – a £3 car park fee is charged…
Learning the basics of Needle Felting to produce a Spring Felted picture. £20pp includes all materials and equipment.
Give your dancing shoes a polish, the 70's & 80's Disco returns on 22nd March with DJ ZolaTickets are just £8.50 and can be booked via Bridget Nurse.As ever, all profits go to Festival Too
Quiz night at the 71 Club in the Village Hall, Brancaster is held on the last Thursday of each month at 8pm. Entry is £1 per person. Teams of up to 4 people. All welcome.
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