Diary June 23 - 30

What's on listings this week for south Norfolk and north Suffolk

THURSDAY

EVENTS

ASHWELLTHORPE. Village Hall: Yoga class led by Janine Marsden, 10-11.30am �6.

ATTLEBOROUGH. Soma House, Station Road: Attleborough Heritage Group, research local/family history, browse the photo archive, 9.30am-3.30pm.


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DISS. United Reformed Church Hall, Mere Street: Creative play for babies, 9.30-10.30am, 01379 640696.

WYMONDHAM. Fairland Hall: Wymondham Heritage Society meeting, talk on Great Yarmouth gaol 1835-75 by Chris Wright, 7.30pm �1.50 non members.

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Leisure Centre, Norwich Road: Karate-do Shotakai classes, juniors 6.30-7.30pm, adults 8-10pm, 01603 810067.

Wymondham Abbey Halt, Mid-Norfolk Railway: Steam trains, hauled by visiting GWR locomotive King Edward II, depart 11.15am, 2.15pm, 4.15pm. Steam trains, hauled by visiting GWR locomotive King Edward II, depart 11.15am, 2.15pm, 4.15pm.

Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way, Silfield: Karate for children (four plus), 5.15-6.15pm �4, 07932 039574. Kung fun for ages 14 plus, 8-9pm.

SHOWS

NEW BUCKENHAM. Village Hall: Office Hours (comedy), New Buckenham Players, 8pm �6/concs �5, from Lovells, Simon Cattermoles, 01953 860320 or 861438.

STRADBROKE. Village Hall: Comedy of Errors by RoughCast, ring for times �8/under 18s �5, tickets 01379 586745.

FRIDAY

EVENTS

HARLESTON. King George's Hall, Broad Street: Creative play for babies, 10am, dance session for pre-schoolers 11.15am, 01379 640696 (Rachel).

HINGHAM. Methodist Church, Bond Street: Flower festival - Musical Blooms, 10am-6pm.

LITTLE ELLINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Flower festival based on plays of Shakespeare, 10am-5pm.

WICKLEWOOD. Village Hall, High Street: Wicklewood Home Ed Group, informal social group for home educating families, crafts, games, chat, drinks provided, bring snacks to share, 2-4pm �1 per family.

SHOWS

DISS. Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street: Red Card Comedy Club presents Ray Green (MC), Alan Francis, Pierre Hollins, ages 18 plus, doors 7.45pm, show 8.30pm �9.50 door, �8 advance, 01379 652241.

NEW BUCKENHAM. Village Hall: Office Hours (comedy), New Buckenham Players, 8pm �6/concs �5, from Lovells, Simon Cattermoles, 01953 860320 or 861438.

WYMONDHAM. High School, Folly Road: The Gypsy Baron (operetta) by Johann Strauss II, Livewire Opera Company, 7.30pm �9/concs �8.50/children �4.50, tickets from The Book Fountain, Wharton's Court, or 01953 851543.

GIGS

BOTESDALE. The Greyhound: Rade (pop/rock), 8.30pm.

DISS. Park Hotel: A13 Allstars (blues and Americana), 8.30pm.

HARLESTON. Apollo Club: Gerry Guthrie and band, 8pm �12.50.

MULBARTON. Social Club: Karaoke, 9pm �1 non-members.

TASBURGH. Countryman: AJ, 8.30pm.

SATURDAY

EVENTS

ASHWELLTHORPE. White Horse: Story telling evening, 7.30pm for 8pm �6, 01508 481723/489318, booking advisable.

ATTLEBOROUGH. Chapel Road School: Fete, 12-3pm.

Junior School, Besthorpe Road: Summer Fair, 11am-2pm.

HARLESTON. Apollo Rooms, Mendham Lane: Charity Night, Viva Las Vegas comes to Harleston with an Elvis Tribute and Casino Night, 7.30pm �6/�8 on door; proceeds to Parkinson's Society and Help the Heroes, 01379 854205.

HETHERSETT. Social Club, Queen's Road: Casino night, 8.30pm.

HINDERCLAY. St Mary's Church: Flower Festival, refreshments, 10am-4pm.

HINGHAM. Methodist Church, Bond Street: Flower festival - Musical Blooms, 10am-6pm.

LITTLE ELLINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Flower festival based on plays of Shakespeare, 10am-5pm.

PALGRAVE. Village: Open gardens and a few scarecrows, no dogs. 12-5.30pm �4/children under 16 free.

REDENHALL. St Mary's Church: Mid-summer breakfast, children must be over 8 years old, 4am �10, booking essential on 01986 788326/01379 852572. Mid-Summer Breakfast, watch sunrise from the top of the tower followed by a hot breakfast, 4am �10, children over eight, book before June 18 on 01986 788326/01379 852572.

TIVETSHALL ST. MARGARET. St Margaret's Church: Fower festival, 10am-6pm.

WINGFIELD. Wingfield Barns: Beer festival and fete, 11.30am.

WORTHAM. Village: Open Gardens, 17 gardens of all shapes and sizes, artists studio also open, bicycles for hire, refreshments, 12-6pm �4/�6 both days from Wortham Post Office; proceeds to village hall fund.

WYMONDHAM. Abbey Hall: Aquarelle Guitar Workshop, classic guitar, 11am-1pm �15/under-18 �5, booking essential, www.wymfestival.org.uk.

Abbey Halt: Steam train rides, 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm.

Central Hall, Back Lane: Tastes of Wymondham, 11am-3pm, 07545 502167.

Ketts Park Centre, Harts Farm Road: Rix open day, for people with the surname of Rix, Rickes or Rixon, 10am-4pm, 01727 832762.

Market Place: Wymondham High School Jazz Band and the Jazz Band of the Gymnasium, Waldstrasse, Hattingen, 10am-12 noon free.

Wymondham Abbey Halt, Mid-Norfolk Railway: Steam trains to Dereham, 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm.

Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way: Fitness class for all ages, 4-5pm.

SHOWS

NEW BUCKENHAM. Village Hall: Office Hours (comedy), New Buckenham Players, 8pm �6/concs �5, from Lovells, Simon Cattermoles, 01953 860320 or 861438.

WYMONDHAM. High School, Folly Road: The Gypsy Baron (operetta) by Johann Strauss II, Livewire Opera Company, 7.30pm �9/concs �8.50/children �4.50, tickets from The Book Fountain, Wharton's Court, or 01953 851543.

CONCERTS

WYMONDHAM. Abbey: Aquarelle Guitar Quartet, 7.30pm �12/under-18 �2 in advance, extra �2 on door, www.wymfestival.org.uk.

GIGS

DISS. The Cock: Mick The Baker (5-piece), 9-11pm.

PULHAM MARKET. Falcon: Headspace, 8.30pm. Headspace, 8.30pm.

WRENINGHAM. Starfighter Rock 'n' Roll Club, Village Hall, Mill Lane: The Sureshots, 8.pm �8 on door.

SUNDAY

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Edenside car park: Heritage Group town walk, along the High Street and London Road, 2pm �2/members �1.

White Lodge, London Road: Vintage Sports Car Club, 11am, 01953 457035.

BERGH APTON. Bergh Apton Manor, Threadneedle Street: Open garden, 2-5pm �3.50/children under 16 free, proceeds to British Red Cross.

BLO NORTON. Village Hall: Local History Group display, photos of the village past and present, 10.30am-4pm �1.

BRANDON PARVA. The Old Rectory: Open Gardens for National Garden Scheme, four-acre mature garden with over 70 types of trees, 11am-4pm �4/children free.

HARDINGHAM. Village Green: Traditional Village Fete, stalls, games, refreshments.

HARLESTON. Red Lion, Needham: Charity bike show, 12pm �2 donation entry, proceeds to Air Ambulance and Help for Heroes.

HINDERCLAY. St Mary's Church: Flower Festival, refreshments, Songs of Praise at 4.30pm with Castle Brass Band, 10am-4pm.

HINGHAM. Bond Street Studio (next to Methodist Chapel): Creative collective of designers and artisans of jewellery and dresses, vintage and contemporary, home accessories, plants and more, 11am-4pm donation welcome.

Methodist Church, Bond Street: Flower festival - Musical Blooms, 12-4pm.

HORHAM. Red Feather Club Museum: Open day, 10am-4pm.

HOXNE. Village: Open gardens, 20 gardens open, 1.30-6pm �4/children free, proceeds to village hall and playing field. Open Gardens, 20 gardens open with Dutch Street Organ, plant stall, refreshments, 1.30-6pm �4; proceeds to village hall and playing fields.

LITTLE ELLINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Flower festival based on plays of Shakespeare, 10am-5pm.

MULBARTON. Social Club: Cash bingo, doors 7pm, eyes down 7.30pm.

NEEDHAM. Village: ECHC Charity Bike Show, show classes, music and barbecue, 12.

PALGRAVE. Village: Open gardens and a few scarecrows, no dogs. 12-5.30pm �4/children under 16 free.

STRADBROKE. Village: Open gardens, cream teas, 11am-6pm �2 adults.

TIVETSHALL ST. MARGARET. St Margaret's Church: Fower festival, 12-6pm.

WORTHAM. Village: Open Gardens, 17 gardens of all shapes and sizes, artists studio also open, bicycles for hire, refreshments, 12-6pm �4/�6 both days from Wortham Post Office; proceeds to village hall fund.

WRENINGHAM. The Conifers: Open Gardens for National Garden Scheme, lovely garden with three ponds, 11am-5pm �3.50/children free.

WYMONDHAM. Abbey Halt: Steam train rides, 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm.

Wymondham Abbey Halt, Mid-Norfolk Railway: Steam trains to Dereham, 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm.

CONCERTS

WINGFIELD. Wingfield Barns: The Hoffmeister ensemble, �10, 01379 384505 for time.

GIGS

HARLESTON. Apollo CMC, Mendham Lane: Alan Gregory, 7.30-11pm.

WRENINGHAM. Village Hall, Mill Lane: Dumplin Country presents Julie Dawn, hot food, refreshments, doors 1pm, music 2p-5pm �4.

MONDAY

EVENTS

WYMONDHAM. Becketswell: Midsummer Jazz Picnic featuring Dixie Mix Jazz Band, 6-9pm free.

Catholic Church Hall, Norwich Road: Martial arts for children (5-15), 6-7pm �4, 07932 039574.

Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way, Silfield: Boxercise fitness class for ages 13 plus, 6-7pm, first session free. Karate for children (5-15), 7.15-8.15pm. Wymondham Judo Club for children (4-6), 5.30-6.15pm .

SALES

DISS. TW Gaze Auction Rooms: Antiques auction, 9.30am.

TUESDAY

EVENTS

ASHWELLTHORPE. Village Hall: Yoga class led by Janine Marsden, 6-7.15pm �6.

ATTLEBOROUGH. Connaught Hall, Station Road: Cash bingo, bar, 6.45 for 7.30pm.

DISS. URC Hall: Exciting Imps for pre-schoolers, creative play, 10-11am, 01379 640696.

WYMONDHAM. Baptist Church: Does Klezmer Swing? Music lecture with George Hyde, Andy Kirkham (guitar) and Jonathan Lambert (clarinet), 8pm free.

Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way: Bujutsu class for adults (15+), 6.30-8pm. Tai chi classes for adults (16+), 8-8.30pm.

EXHIBITIONS

WINGFIELD. Wingfield Barns, Church Road: 01379 384505. Dick Wolsey - An Eclectic Passion, natural forms and abstract work, (to Jul 9, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm).

Village craft exhibition, (to Jul 3, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm).

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham Heritage Museum, 10 The Bridewell: 01953 600205. Displays on Wymondham College, Lotus in Norfolk, Upstairs Downstairs, Turning Back Time in Town Green Shops, Wymondham in World War 1, The Bridewell Story Retold, (to Oct 31, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, bank hol Sun 2-4pm).

WEDNESDAY

EVENTS

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way, Silfield: Pole-fit class for women, 7-8pm and 8-9pm.

Abbey Halt: Steam train rides, 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm.

SHOWS

BRESSINGHAM. Steam Museum, Low Road: The Complete Canterbury Tales, 7pm �16/�6 in advance, �12.50/�8 on door, 01379 686900.

CONCERTS

WYMONDHAM. Abbey: Violin Songs with Madeleine Mitchell (violin) and Andrew Ball (piano), 7.30pm �10/under-18 �2 in advance, extra �2 on the door, 01953 601939, www.wymfestival.org.uk.

GIGS

BANHAM. Barrel: Open mic, 8.30pm.

HARLESTON. Apollo CMC, Mendham Lane: Kevin Barry, 7.30-11.30pm �6 non-members. Nathan Carter and His Band (Irish country), 7-8pm �12.50.

EXHIBITIONS

WINGFIELD. Wingfield Barns, Church Road: 01379 384505. Dick Wolsey - An Eclectic Passion, natural forms and abstract work, (to Jul 9, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm).

Village craft exhibition, (to Jul 3, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm).

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham Heritage Museum, 10 The Bridewell: 01953 600205. Displays on Wymondham College, Lotus in Norfolk, Upstairs Downstairs, Turning Back Time in Town Green Shops, Wymondham in World War 1, The Bridewell Story Retold, (to Oct 31, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, bank hol Sun 2-4pm).

THURSDAY

EVENTS

ASHWELLTHORPE. Village Hall: Yoga class led by Janine Marsden, 10-11.30am �6.

ATTLEBOROUGH. Soma House, Station Road: Attleborough Heritage Group, research local/family history, browse the photo archive, 9.30am-3.30pm.

DISS. United Reformed Church Hall, Mere Street: Creative play for babies, 9.30-10.30am, 01379 640696.

WYMONDHAM. Abbey Halt: Diesel train rides, 11.15am, 2.15pm and 4.15pm.

Leisure Centre, Norwich Road: Karate-do Shotakai classes, juniors 6.30-7.30pm, adults 8-10pm, 01603 810067.

Wymondham Martial Arts and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 4, Philip Ford Way, Silfield: Kung fun for ages 14 plus, 8-9pm.

CONCERTS

WYMONDHAM. Abbey: Kit Downes Trio (jazz), 7.30pm �8/under-18 �2 in advance, extra �2 on door, 01953 601939, www.wymfestival.org.uk.

GIGS

BOTESDALE. The Greyhound: Buskers, 8.30pm.

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