Diary March 19 to March 25

DMATHURSDAY, 19/03/2009EVENTSATTLEBOROUGH. Methodist Church Rooms: Slimming World Group, 5.30pm, 01508 489434.DICKLEBURGH. Village Centre: Good Companions Club social afternoon 2.

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THURSDAY, 19/03/2009

EVENTS


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DICKLEBURGH. Village Centre: Good Companions Club social afternoon 2.30pm.

DISS. Fair Green: Annual funfair supplied by L Gray & Sons, from 10am rides �1.

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HORHAM. Red Feather Club: 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association film show, a locally produced film of agriculture from bygone times, bar available, 7.30pm �4/members �3; information 01379 678471 or 01728 860930.

STRADBROKE. Community Centre: Stradbroke Cinema presents Easy Virtue (12A), bar and interval ice-creams available, 7 for 7.30pm �5.50.

FRIDAY, 20/03/2009

EVENTS

PALGRAVE. Community Centre: Quiz and supper 7.30pm �6.

PORINGLAND. Community Centre, Overtons Road: Village Screen presents Easy Virtue (12A), 7.30pm �4, advance tickets available from Budgens in Poringland.

THORNDON. The Gymnasium, Kerrison: Parent and Toddler Group, 9.30-11.30am, 0783 4483893.

GIGS

BANHAM. Barrel: The BBs (r&b), 9pm �3.

WORTHAM. Dolphin Inn: B4.

SALES

DISS. TW Gaze auction rooms: Militaria with antiques, 10am.

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Buttolph Room: Country market, 8.45-11.15am.

SATURDAY, 21/03/2009

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. St Mary's Church Hall: Coffee and charity stalls 10-11.30am.

St Mary's Church Hall: Cheese and Wine evening, 7.30pm �10, 01953 455995; proceeds Attleborough Town Twinning Association.

DISS. Fair Green: Annual funfair supplied by L Gray & Sons, from 10am rides �1.

HARLESTON. Art sample day with artist Nicola Slattery, materials and equipment provided along with buffet lunch �45,information from 01986 788853.

HORHAM. Community Centre: Film show from the East Anglian Film Archive, subjects include towns, countryside, farming, theatre and local history, bar opens 7.30pm, films start 8pm �3.50/concs �2.50 on door.

NEW BUCKENHAM. Village Hall: International Quilt Day, join the Impatiens Patchwork Group and sew, look at quilts, trade stands, raffle, PAT testing available, competition to make a pincushion, 10am-4pm �7; limited places so booking in advance essential on 01953 454790.

PORINGLAND. Albion House: Coffee morning organised by Dunston Lions, 10am; proceeds local charities.

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall: Charity coffee morning in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance 10am-1pm.

CONCERTS

DISS. Corn Hall: Tom Paine concert by Horses Brawl, followed by ceilidh, 7.30pm �5, tickets from Diss Library and Diss Tourist Information Centre.

TIVETSHALL. Village Hall: Ceilidh with Barley Mow, fully stocked bar, 7.30pm �5 adults �3 children.

GIGS

HETHERSETT. Social Club: The Music Man, 8.30pm.

LODDON. Swan: Replica, 8.30pm.

MENDHAM. Sir Alfred Munnings: The Best Men 8.30pm.

WRENINGHAM. Village Hall: Lou and the Diamonds (60s), 8.30pm.

DANCES

DICKLEBURGH. Village Hall: Dance and buffet with music by Hammy, 8pm �6.

LONG STRATTON. Village Hall: Disco (adults only), 7.30-midnight �3 each or �5 for two, 01508 532331; proceeds Long Stratton Football Club.

WILBY, EYE. Village Hall: Ballroom and sequence with music by Dick Rose, 8pm �4.

WRENINGHAM. Village Hall: Dance to music by Lou and the Diamonds (50s-60s), 8.30pm �5.50; proceeds village hall.

SALES

BROOKE. Parish Hall: Jumble, 10am-12 50p; proceeds Big C.

HARLESTON. Swan Hotel: Farmers market 9am-1pm.

PORINGLAND. Village Hall, the Street: Jumble, 2pm; proceeds Framingham Earl Methodist Wives Group.

ROCKLAND ST MARY. Margaret Mack Room, School Lane: Jumble, 2pm; for WI funds.

SUTON. Great Expectations, London Road: Car boot sale 9am sellers, 11am buyers.

WYMONDHAM. Market Place: Farmers Market 9am-2pm.

SUNDAY, 22/03/2009

EVENTS

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham Health Centre: Cyclists Touring Club run to Attleboroough (30 miles), 10am; information 01953 851068.

GIGS

BANHAM. Barrel: Crunchy Frog and Friends, 3pm.

WYMONDHAM. The Windmill: Tallis 3-6pm.

DANCES

HARLESTON. Apollo CMC: Dancing to The Bar Hoppers 7.30-11pm.

SALES

ARMINGHALL. Old Stoke Road: Car boot, 11am-4pm.

MONDAY, 23/03/2009

DANCES

BURSTON. St Mary's Church: Hip hop and disco dance classes, adults only, 7-8pm, 07835021439.

GARBOLDISHAM. Village Hall: Jive dancing, beginners and improvers, no partner needed, 7.45-10.15pm first night free.

NEEDHAM. Village Hall: Modern jive with the Jive Club, beginners and improvers 8-10pm �5, 01953 455500 (Sandra). Salsa, beginners and improvers 7.05-7.50pm �3.25, 01953 455500 (Sandra).

TUESDAY, 24/03/2009

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. St Mary's Church Hall: Churches Together Lent course 7.30pm.

REDGRAVE. Redgrave and Lopham Fen Visitors Centre: Local Suffolk Wildlife Group illustrated talk 'Breckland Wildlife' by Nick Gibbons 7.30pm �2 including tea/coffee.

SALES

LODDON. The Hollies: Loddon Country Market, 9.15-10.45am.

WEDNESDAY, 25/03/2009

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Fire Station, Thieves Lane: Whist drive, 7.30pm.

DICKLEBURGH: Church Rooms: Flower Group instruction class 2pm.

HARLESTON. United Reformed Church, Mendham Lane: Harleston and District Historical Society, talk - Life in Medieval England, 7.30pm.

SHOWS

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham High School Studio Theatre, Norwich Road: Twelfth Night, abridged, and Success by Nick Drake - Wymondham High School students, doors 6.30pm, performance 7pm �5/concs �3.50, 01953 713109 or from the Book Fountain (Wharton's Court).

GIGS

WEYBREAD. Crown: Open mic night, 8pm.

SALES

ARMINGHALL. Old Stoke Road: Car boot, 7am-1pm.

THURSDAY, 26/03/2009

EVENTS

BROOKE. Parish Hall: Brooke Gardening Club, talk - Growing Rock Plants and Alpines, 7.30pm visitors �1.50.

GARBOLDISHAM. Village Hall: Garboldisham History Society presents a talk on archaeological discoveries in the Garboldisham area, with guest speaker Alice Cattermole, Historic Environment Record Officer from the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Services, bar and refreshments available, 7.30pm �2 on door.

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