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Diary: February 11-17

PUBLISHED: 14:34 10 February 2010 | UPDATED: 11:10 07 July 2010

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11



EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 2.45pm £8/children (under 14) £4/under twos free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11

EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 2.45pm £8/children (under 14) £4/under twos free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

DEREHAM. Conservative Club: Dereham Cancer Care meeting with guest speaker Cynthia Holden with a talk on bush flower remedies, with make a Valentine competition, raffle, 7.15pm.

FAKENHAM. Trap Lane Pavilion: Fakenham Town Band practice, 7.30-10pm, 01328 710019 (Frances).

HETHERSETT. Park Farm: Yoga, 6.15-7.30pm, 07795 215508.

KELLING. Car park opposite the Old Reading Room Tea Rooms: Fit Together Nordic walk, 2 mile Nordic walk, all levels, 11.30am poles provided £2; please book on 07826 869377 by 4pm the day before as only 10 places .

KING'S LYNN. Thoresby College: Norfolk Historic Buildings Group, lecture by Dr Adam Longcroft - Medieval Towns of the Croatian Riviera, 7.30pm (preceded by drinks and nibbles from 7pm).

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

TAVERHAM. Village Hall, Sandy Lane: Fitness pilates and yoga with Ann, 7-8pm £5, 01603 898867.

TOFTWOOD. Village Hall: Quiz and Chips, organised by Dereham Friends of Quidenham Children's Hospice, 7.30pm £6.50pp including supper (teams of four); please book on 01362 694831.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

FITNESS

FAKENHAM. Infant and Nursery School: Tai chi, relaxation, meditation, mobility, 7-9pm.

MATTISHALL. Memorial Centre: Yoga class, 7-8.30pm.

TOFTWOOD. Scouthaven, Shipdham Road: Aerobic/dance exercise class, beginners, for all ages to fast and funky music, bring towel, drink and mat, 7.30-8.30pm first class free, 01362 695949.

GIGS

BURNHAM THORPE. Lord Nelson: Spin Off, 8.45pm.

DANCES

CARBROOKE. Village Hall, Church Street: Carbrooke Sequence Dance Club, tuition 7.30-8pm, dancing 8-10.15pm £1.50, 01603 412809.

DEREHAM. Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre: Pop Dance Kidz, fun classes, 4-4.30pm (ages 3-5), 6-8 yrs 4.30-5pm (ages 6-8), 5-5.30pm (ages nine plus), 01362 851767.

EAST TUDDENHAM. Jubilee Hall: Ballroom, Latin and sequence with Nina and Bob, 8-10.30pm £3.

TAVERHAM. Village Hall, Sandy Lane: Cuban Salsa-fit with Ann, 8-9pm £5, 01603 898867.

WATTON. Junior School: Bellydancing for ladies, 7-8.30pm, 07704 844928.

SALES

FAKENHAM. Parish Church: Market day stalls and refreshments including soup, 10am-1pm.

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12

EVENTS

BACONSTHORPE. Village Hall: Quiz with jacket potato supper (various fillings), raffle available, 7pm £4.50pp.

DEREHAM. Meeting Point, St Withburga Lane: Dereham Organ & Keyboard Society, informal get-together of those interested in listening to and playing music on keyboards and organs, 7pm £2 including refreshments.

The Crèche Room, Leisure Centre: Little Stars Single Parent Group, every Friday, 9.30-11.30am £1 per family for refreshments, details Jo 01362 851956/07927 862334.

HETHERSETT. Park Farm: Yoga, 10.15-11.30am, 07795 215508.

Queens Head PH: Fit Together health walk (South Norfolk), 2.2 mile farmland walk, 10.30am; information 01603 423377 or healthwalks@gtnet.gov.uk

HOLME HALE. Pavilion: Norfolk Film Festival - The King and I, 7pm £3.50; bookings on 01760 440525.

MATTISHALL. Pre-school building at the school: Parent and toddler group for parents/carers of pre-school children, drop in for coffee and play, 9-11.45am £1.20 per family.

NARBOROUGH. Village Hall: A 1940 Village Hall Social Evening, food, drink, music and entertainment in the 1940s style, prize for best dressed person in 1940s-style, £12.50, tickets from Ceres Bookshop, London Street, Swaffham; proceeds Rotary Club of Swaffham international charities.

NORTH TUDDENHAM. Village Hall: Whist drive, 7.30pm £2, 01362 698905.

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

REEPHAM. Town Hall: Village Screen presents Morris: A Life With Bells On (12A), 8pm £4.

REYMERSTON. Thorncroft Clematis Nursery: Clematis pruning demonstration, some outside work included, wear warm clothing, waterproofs and wellies, followed by tea/coffee/hot soup, event dependent on weather, 10.30am-12.30pm £5; booking essential 01953 850407 (nursery on the B1135).

SCARNING. Village Hall: Baby music, 9.45-10.30am; music and movement for pre-school children, 10.45-11.45am, 01362 690438 (Nicola).

TAVERHAM. Taverham Garden Centre, Fir Covet Road: Fit Together health walk (Broadland), 1.8 or 2.8 miles via Scotch Hill Wood, 10.30am; information 01603 423377 or healthwalks@gtnet.gov.uk

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259 .

WELLS. Library, Station Road: Children's storytime and activities on theme of Fishy Tales, under eights must be accompanied by adult, 10.30-11.30am.

FITNESS

SWANTON MORLEY. Village Hall: Yoga class, 1.30-3pm.

YAXHAM. Village Hall: Total Body Workout Fun, fitness class for all, bring drink and mat, 10-11am, 01362 851767.

GIGS

BLAKENEY. Harbour Room: The Chantel McGregor Band (rock-blues) with support from Fourplay, 8.30pm £10, 01263 741666.

KING'S LYNN. Bar Red, Norfolk Street: Evolution farewell gig, 9pm.

SCULTHORPE. Village Hall: The Bowler Hat Band (jazz), bring own drinks, 8pm.

SWANTON MORLEY. Darby's: Lee Vasey and Friends, 8.30pm.

WEST ACRE. West Acre Theatre, River Road: Chas Rigby and Friends in Concert, 7.30pm £10, 01760 755800. Chas Rigby and Friends in Concert, 7.30pm £10, 01760 755800.

DANCES

GREAT RYBURGH. Memorial Hall, Fakenham Road: Ballroom and Latin with Sally, beginners 7.15pm, improvers 8.15pm, practice 9.15-10.15pm, 01603 897372.

SALES

SWAFFHAM. Assembly Rooms, Market Place: Indoor market, various stalls and refreshments, 9am-1pm.

TAVERHAM. Village Hall: Drayton and District Country Market, 9-11am.

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

EVENTS

BUXTON. St Andrew's Church: Church market, bric-a-brac, fruit and vegetable stall, tombola, refreshments and more, 10am-12.

Village Hall: Cash and prize bingo, doors 7pm, eyes down 7.30pm; for Buxton FC.

GREAT CRESSINGHAM. Village Hall: Bingo, doors 6.30pm, eyes down 7.30pm.

HETHERSETT. Methodist Church: Hot soup lunch, with roll and butter £2, dessert 75p, tea/coffee 45p, 12 noon.

HOLT. Community Centre, Kerridge Way: Millennium Fairs antiques fair, 9.30am-3.30pm.

KING'S LYNN. Tuesday Market Place: Ceremonial opening of Lynn Mart, with showmen from around the country, Mayor of King's Lynn and civic dignitaries, 12 noon.

NORTH CREAKE. Creake Abbey: Nordic walking classes, suitable for all levels of fitness, Nordic poles provided, 9-10am, booking required 07854 001590.

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

REYMERSTON. Thorncroft Clematis Nursery: Clematis pruning demonstration, some outside work included, wear warm clothing, waterproofs and wellies, followed by tea/coffee/hot soup, event dependent on weather, 10.30am-12.30pm £5; booking essential 01953 850407 (nursery on the B1135).

SWAFFHAM. Methodist Church Hall, London Street: Coffee morning, with home-made fare, 9.30am-12; for church funds.

SS Peter and Paul's Church: Tea, coffee and cakes, 9.30am-12; for church funds.

THETFORD. Fulmerston Church: TADA Thetford Academy of Dramatic Art, 8-14 years, few places available for this term, book for a free view appointment, 07952 918430/01842 752503.

TITTLESHALL. Village Hall: Coffee morning, with stalls and produce, 10am-12; for church heating fund.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey grounds: Snowdrop walk in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, stalls, coffee, light lunches and tea available at Parish Hall, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50.

Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

FITNESS

NORTH CREAKE. Creake Abbey: Nordic walking classes, suitable for all levels of fitness, Nordic poles provided, 9-10am, booking required, 07854 001590.

WEYBOURNE. Car park on left up hill just after Weybourne Station, Station Road: Fit Together Nordic walk with Sally King, three miles, 11.30am £2, book on 07826 869377.

GIGS

DEREHAM. Conservative Club, Quebec Street: Mike Fox, 8.30-11.45pm £3.50/members £2.50.

FAKENHAM. Rampant Horse: Tattooed Lies (classic rock), 8.45pm.

HEVINGHAM. Fox: Pete 'Kiwi' Keegan and his Skiffle group, 9pm.

HORSFORD. Social Club: Wapscallionzs, 8.30pm.

SWANTON ABBOTT. Jolly Farmers: Honeydripper (r&b), 9pm.

WATTON. Queens Hall: Wayland CMC presents Budgie Colman, 8pm-late £6.

WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA. The Ark Royal: Michael Ruston and Helen (60s-70s), 8.30pm.

DANCES

ASHILL. Community Centre: Valentine's charity dance to Kenny and The Beat Merchants, bring own drinks, 8pm-midnight £7.50 including buffet, tickets pre-booked only on 01760 440812 or 440577 (no tickets on door); proceeds Cancer Research and Macmillan Cancer Support.

HEVINGHAM. New Village Hall: Ballroom, Latin and sequence dance with Dot and Bob, 7.45-10.45pm £3 including refreshments.

SHIPDHAM. WI IHall: Dancing to live band Shake Rattle 'n' Roll, bar and raffle available, 8-11.30pm £6, 01362 694275.

TAVERHAM. Wensum Valley Hotel and Golf Club, Beech Avenue: Valentine's dinner dance - modern, ballroom, Latin American and disco, 7.30pm £28.50; 01603 261012.

WEYBOURNE. Village Hall: Ballroom and popular sequence with Sue and Mike, 7.30-10.30pm £2.50 including refreshments.

YAXHAM. Village Hall: Charity Valentine's dance to live band Mister Buss (50s-60s), 8.30pm-late £5, 01362 668699 or 695876; proceeds Help for Heroes.

SALES

BAWBURGH. Village Hall: Farmers' market, 9am-12.

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, old and modern, plus maps, postcards and prints, 10am-4pm.

DEREHAM. Market Place: Farmers' market, 9am-12.

YAXHAM. Village Hall: Jumble sale, tombola, raffle, 2pm.

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14

EVENTS

BAGTHORPE. Bagthorpe Hall: Garden open for National Gardens Scheme, snowdrops carpeting woodland walk, teas and organic soups available, 11am-4pm £3.50/children free.

BRINTON. Brinton Hall: Snowdrop walks, waymarked walks around the lake and through the woods, followed by home-made teas in the heated church, plant stall, dogs on leads, 12-4pm £3/children (12 and under) free; proceeds St John Ambulance.

EAST LEXHAM. Lexham Hall: Snowdrop walk, in the grounds of the hall, refreshments available, dogs on leads welcome, 11am-4pm £4/children free.

MORTON. Morton Hall: Snowdrop walk, sorry no dogs allowed, refreshments available, 12-4pm donations collected for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (Quidenham).

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

SCULTHORPE. Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve: Sunset guided walk, 4pm £4; places limited so advance booking essential on 01328 856788.

SOUTH PICKENHAM. All Saints' Church: Valentine Day Snowdrop Service, home-made cakes afterwards, 3pm.

SPIXWORTH. St Peter's Church and Grange Farm: Snowdrop walk, walks up to three miles a round the church, woodland and farmland, mini exhibition of finds on the farm from the Ice Age to present day, 11.30am-4pm £2.50/children £1.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

WEYBOURNE. Kelling Heath Caravan Park: Acorn Events card and crafts for Valentines Day, 2.30pm free.

CONCERTS

DEREHAM. Assembly Rooms, Market Place: Friends of Dereham Festival present Close Harmony and Cup Cakes, an afternoon of music from the 30s-50s, 2pm £7.50/Friends £6 including refreshments; 01362 691828 or 694654.

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, old and modern, plus maps, postcards and prints, 10am-4pm.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15

EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 9am £8/children (under 14) £4/under twos free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

FAKENHAM. Trap Lane Pavilion: Fakenham Town Band junior workshop, 7-8.30pm, 01328 710019 (Frances).

HOLT. Church Hall, Church Street: Meditation with the Amoghasiddhi Buddhist Centre, 12.30-1.30pm £4.50, 01953 451937.

KING'S LYNN. Tuesday Market Place: Lynn Mart, from 12 noon. Lynn Mart - Children's Day, from 12 noon dodgem rides £2, all other rides £1.

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

SWAFFHAM. Methodist Church Hall, London Street: Shrove Tuesday on Monday, home-made soup and pancake lunch, 11.30am-1.15pm £3.50; for church funds.

THETFORD. Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life: Massive Mammoth Bones, see woolly mammoth bones, help build a massive mammoth and make your own to take home, drop-in activity, 11am-3pm £1/Museum Pass holders and Friends of the Ancient House 50p includes museum admission.

House Alive, costumed characters with themed demonstrations and activities connected with the Thetford Treasures, 11am-2pm included in museum admission.

Taste of China, King Street: China evening hosted by Wendy Wu, presentation on China, prize draw, Chinese buffet, 7 for 7.30pm £5 inclusive; tickets from the shop or on 01842 766484.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

Village Hall: Village Screen presents Up (U), 6.30pm £3.50.

WEYBOURNE. Kelling Heath Caravan Park: Acorn Events junk modelling, 2.30pm free.

FITNESS

HONINGHAM. Village Hall: Aerobics, 7.30pm, (Christine) 01603 880852.

REYMERSTON. Village Hall: Yoga class, mainly for beginners but all levels welcome, 11.30am-12.45pm, book 01362 850809.

SWANTON MORLEY. Primary School: Yoga classes, 4-5pm term time only, 01362 637219.

DANCES

BRISLEY. Village Hall: Country and folk dancing, two callers, 7.30-9.30pm £1 including refreshments, 01362 687210 (Mollie).

SWAFFHAM. Sacred Heart Convent School: Dancing with Xavier, ballroom 7-8pm, Latin 8-9pm, tango 9-10pm £6 one class, £10 for two, £15 for three, 01760 336410.

TAVERHAM. Wensum Valley Hotel: Ballroom and Latin class, 7.30-9pm £10, 01603 261012.

Wensum Valley Hotel Golf and Leisure Club: Ballroom and Latin American dance class, 7.30-9pm £10pp.

THETFORD. Leisure Centre: Boys hip-hop workshop with Banxy, for ages 11-16, 11am-4pm (hour for lunch), free but booking essential on 01362 656870 or email sam.dawson@breckland.gov.uk

TOFTWOOD. Village Hall: Line, beginners 7.30-8.30pm £3, improvers 8.30-10pm £4, 01603 746048 (Melissa).

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, old and modern, plus maps, postcards and prints, 10am-4pm.

GRESSENHALL. Social Club: General auction, entries 7.30am-5pm, sale 6pm, 07963 641687 (Denise).

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

EVENTS

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 9.30am £8/children (under 14) £4/under twos free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

FAKENHAM. Conservative Club, Whitehorse Road: Mediumship demonstration with Sally Taylor, 7.30pm £5, 01603 873396 or on door.

Salvation Army Hall, Oak Street: Fakenham Choral Society rehearsal, new members welcome, 7.30pm, 01328 851848.

GRESSENHALL. Reading Room: Pancake racing for children of all ages (one-90 plus), pancake racing on the green, bring a frying pan (pancakes provided), from 11.30am plus jumble, bric-a-brac, pies, pickles and marmalade, from 10.30am; pancakes and soup served after 11am.

HOLT. Holt Country Park, Edgefield Road: Bird Day, make a bird box and bird masks 10.15am-12 £3.50 per box; guided walk with Peter Walton, 10.30am (children must be accompanied by adult).

KING'S LYNN. Gaywood Library, River Lane: Alien adventure storytime and activity session, children must be accompanied by adult, 10.30am free.

Town House Museum of Lynn Life, Queen Street: Half-term activities - Explore Roman Life, 10am-12; find out about Life in World War I, 1.30-3.30pm normal admission plus £1 per child per activity; booking essential 01553 773450.

Tuesday Market Place: Lynn Mart, from 12 noon.

LYNG. Village Hall: Mediumship evening, 7.30pm £6 on door.

NORTH CREAKE. Village Hall: Village Screen presents Glorious 39 (12A), 7.30pm £5 advance only, 01328 738959.

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

THETFORD. Cloverfield Church: Over 60s Afternoon Tea Club, come along for a chat or listen to the speakers, 2-4pm £1.50 includes refreshments.

TOFTWOOD. Methodist Church, Chapel Lane: Coffee, Soup and Pancakes, coffee at 11am, soup and pancakes from 12 noon £3.50; proceeds The Leprosy Mission.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

WATTON. Watton Christian Community Centre, High Street: Wii bowling, 7.30pm £7 for 10 games and two players.

WEYBOURNE. Kelling Heath Caravan Park: Acorn Events hedgerow planting, 2.30pm free.

YAXHAM. Village Hall: Ploughmans lunch, 12 noon, 01362 692593.

FITNESS

DEREHAM. Church House, Church Street: Aerobic/dance exercise class, beginners, fitness for all ages to fast and funky music, bring towel, drink and mat, 6.30-7.30pm, 01362 695949.

HONINGHAM. Village Hall: Yoga class, 7.30-9pm.

DANCES

BRISTON. Copeman Centre, Hall Street: Fit Together tea dance with Marlene and Brian, 2-4pm £2.

HOLME HALE. The Pavilion: Tango with Tanjojax, class and practice 8-11pm £12, 01760 336410.

HORSHAM ST. FAITH. St Faith's Centre: Line with Golden Stars, 10-11am £3.50, 01603 890708.

MATTISHALL. Sports and Social Club: Modern jive with Footloose, beginners and intermediates, 7.30-10.30pm 01362 851767.

SWAFFHAM. Sacred Heart School: Boys hip-hop workshop with Banxy, for ages 11-16, 11am-4pm (hour for lunch), free but booking essential on 01362 656870 or email sam.dawson@breckland.gov.uk

TOFTWOOD. Toftwood Hall: Tea dance with Nina and Bob, 2-4.30pm £3.

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, old and modern, plus maps, postcards and prints, 10am-4pm.

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

EVENTS

BAWBURGH. Village Hall: Norwich Internal Combustion Engine Society (NICE) meeting, new members welcome, 7.30pm; information 01603 438598.

BLAKENEY. Quay: Seal trips with Beans, 10am £8/children (under 14) £4/under twos free; booking essential 01263 740505 or 740038.

DEREHAM. Library, High Street: Introduction to email, 3-4pm; information 01362 693184.

Salvation Army Hall, St Nicholas Street: Cameo Club meeting with Lyn Dodds, 2pm.

Leisure Centre: Baby massage class, weekly event for birth to 7 months, for colic, sleep, bonding etc; baby yoga, 2pm details 01362 851819/07710 897498.

HETHERSETT. Methodist Church Hall: Hethersett Horticultural Society, talk by Bob Coutts - Gardening in the Spring, 7.30pm.

KING'S LYNN. Tuesday Market Place: Lynn Mart, from 6pm.

PENSTHORPE. Pensthorpe Nature Reserve: Floodlit bird feed, 3pm free with reserve entrance or if spending £2 more in the shop, otherwise charge of £2.

TAVERHAM. Village Hall, Sandy Lane: Fitness pilates and yoga with Ann, 10.30-11.30am £5, 01603 898867.

TOFTWOOD. Village Hall: Whist drive, 1.30pm.

WALSINGHAM. Abbey Grounds: Snowdrop walks, 10am-4pm £3.50/concs £2.50; information 01328 820259.

WELLS. Library, Station Road: The Big Read event, drop-in for information on what to read, normal opening time; information 01328 710467.

WEYBOURNE. Kelling Heath Caravan Park: Acorn Events - make bird cake to feed the birds, 2.30pm; winter birds and wildlife walk, 3pm; moth trapping and identification, 7pm all free; an evening by the fire with story teller Dave Tonge presenting traditional Norfolk legend, Jack Valentine, £3 per child; information and time for evening event on 01263 588181.

FITNESS

HONINGHAM. Village Hall: Yoga, 10-11.30am.

TOFTWOOD. Scouthaven, Shipdham Road: Aerobic/dance exercise class, beginners, for all ages to fast and funky music, bring towel, drink and mat, 6-7pm, 01362 695949.

YAXHAM. Village Hall: Total Body Workout Fun, fitness class for all, bring drink and mat, 10-11am, 01362 851767.

SHOWS

HINDOLVESTON. Village Hall: Creative Arts East presents Liang and the Magic Paintbrush (puppet show) - Gemma Khawaja, 2.30pm £4/concs £3/family ticket £12 advance oe £5/£4/£16 on door, 01263 860583/860257.

CONCERTS

KING'S LYNN. Gaywood Church Rooms: King's Lynn Organ Club presents Michael McAneny, 7.30pm.

DANCES

CARBROOKE. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin, development 7-8pm, modern jive with the Jive Club, beginners and improvers 8-10pm, 01953 455500.

DEREHAM. Leisure Centre: Boys hip-hop workshop with Banxy, for ages 11-16, 11am-4pm (hour for lunch), free but booking essential on 01362 656870 or email sam.dawson@breckland.gov.uk

DRAYTON. Village Hall: Modern sequence dance and tuition with Joan and John, 8-10.30pm £2.75.

HOCKERING. Village Hall: Dereham Sequence Dance Club, some tuition, 8-10.15pm £2.

HOLT. St Andrew's Church Hall, Church Street: Fit Together northern and western line with Cedric and Pat, tuition 1.45-2.45pm, dancing 2.45-4.30pm £2, or £1 without tuition.

HORSFORD. Village Hall: Line with Silverboots, improvers and intermediates 7.30-9.30pm, 01603 861271.

LETHERINGSETT. Village Hall: Bellydancing, 7pm £5.50, 0808 131 0134 (Dianne).

SALES

BLAKENEY. Church Rooms, Quay: Book fair, old and modern, plus maps, postcards and prints, 10am-4pm.

WATTON. Christian Community Centre: Watton Country Market, 8.30-11.30am.

EXHIBITIONS

FAKENHAM. The Dancing Goat Coffee Shop, Oak Street: Michael Rawlings - photographs, (Jan 19 to Feb 23, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).


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