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THURSDAY

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Fire Station, Thieves Lane: Attleborough Town Twinning Association AGM, 7.30 for 7.45pm.

BRESSINGHAM. Blooms of Bressingham Garden Centre: Wild Bird Care Week, free fun activities for children including a competition, displays of plants, bird baths, tables, feeders, runs until Sunday, October 25.


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STRADBROKE. Community Centre: Film showing of Angels & Demons (12A), 7 for 7.30pm �5.

WYMONDHAM. Fairland Hall: Wymondham Heritage Society, talk Martin Wynne - Toastmaster Tales, 7.30pm non members �1.50.

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SHOWS

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Back Lane: Panto at the OK Corral (musical western) - Wymondham Musical Theatre Company, 7.30pm �6/concs �4, tickets from Geo Reeve, Market Street.

SALES

ATTLEBOROUGH. Town Hall: Town Hall Crafters craft fair, 10am-2pm.

FRIDAY, 23/10/2009

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Infant School: Bingo, bring own drinks and nibbles, 7-9pm.

DICKLEBURGH. Village Centre: Good Companions meeting 8pm.

DUNSTON. Dunston Hotel: Charity Ball in aid of Sense UK (deaf blind charity), live entertainment by Dynamite, champagne reception, three course dinner, auction of promises with Bryan Gunn, goodie bag for the ladies, 7.30pm �45pp, 0777 552 2911 or e-mail denisesdlambert@aol.com

SHOWS

STRADBROKE. Community Centre: The Liberty Tree (storytelling) - Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey - The Theatre Royal on Tour, 7.30pm �11.50/concs �9.50, 01284 769505.

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Back Lane: Panto at the OK Corral (musical western) - Wymondham Musical Theatre Company, 7.30pm �6/concs �4, tickets from Geo Reeve, Market Street.

CONCERTS

BROME. St Mary's Church: Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir, 7.30pm �7.50 including light refreshments.

GIGS

SAXLINGHAM THORPE. Mill Inn: Elvis Revisited with Barry Wilson, 8.30pm.

WORTHAM. Dolphin: Beyond Duplication, 8.30pm.

SALES

DISS. TW Gaze Auction Rooms: Jewellery with antiques, 10am.

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

SATURDAY, 24/10/2009

EVENTS

BRESSINGHAM. Village Hall: Camel race night, licensed bar, 7.30pm, first race 8pm �8 from village shop or 01379 688375, includes buffet, optional appropriate dress, tea towel, nightie.

DISS. Diss Town Football Club, Brewers Green Lane: Race night, 7.30pm �7 including buffet.

ECCLES. Garnier Hall: Charity race night, hosted by the Bergh Apton Players, 10 races, buffet and cabaret, 7pm �5.

EYE. Tacon Close: Royal British Legion Women's Section coffee morning and sale, 10am.

HORHAM. Red Feather Club Museum: 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association open day, wall paintings, displays of artefacts, diaries, photographs, uniforms, refreshments available, 10am-4pm free (donations welcome).

PULHAM ST MARY. Village Hall: Whist drive in aid of village hall funds, 7.30pm.

St Mary's Church: Coffee morning with cakes and bric-a-brac, bring and buy, 10am-12.

TIBENHAM. Community Hall: Village Screen presents Australia (12A), 7.30pm �4 adv/�4.50 on door, 01379 677066 or 677284.

WYMONDHAM. Wymondham Heritage Museum, The Bridewell: Open sessions for new volunteers, come and find out about the museum, 10.15-11.30am or 2.1-3.30pm (meet in museum tea room).

SHOWS

HETHERSETT. Hethersett Old Hall School: The Sounds of the Musicals (songs from the shows) - The Upper Octave, 7.30pm �10.50 including glass of wine and nibbles, 01603 819101; proceeds RNLI.

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Back Lane: Panto at the OK Corral (musical western) - Wymondham Musical Theatre Company, 7.30pm �6/concs �4, tickets from Geo Reeve, Market Street.

GIGS

DISS. Cue Club: Sam and Daisy, 9pm.

DC3, Vinces Road: To Kenya with Love charity night with live band World Without End, buffet provided, 7.30-11pm �5 advance/�6 on door, under 16s �1, 07834 538427 or 01379 652059; proceeds for a nursery and primary school in Kenya.

HETHERSETT. Social Club: Clive Paul, 8.30pm.

SYLEHAM. Village Hall: Mel Stevens, 8pm-midnight �5.

SALES

ATTLEBOROUGH. St Mary's Church Hall, Church Street: Michaelmas Fair, craft stalls, gifts, jewellery, preserves, 10am-12.

HINGHAM. Lincoln Hall: Jumble, 2-4pm; proceeds Riding for the Disabled.

MELLIS. Memorial Hall: Jumble, 2pm; for church funds.

NEEDHAM. Village Hall: Bric-a-brac and jumble, 10am-1pm; for hall funds.

SUTON. Great Expectations, London Road: Car boot, free parking, 12noon (sellers set up 11am) free entry.

TACOLNESTON. Around the village: Garage sale, house to house, start off at school where you pick up a map for �1 and have tea/coffee, cakes, 11am-4pm; proceeds for primary school for new computers.

THELNETHAM. Village Hall: Jumble, 2-3.30pm; for church funds.

WYMONDHAM. Fairland Reformed Church: Craft fair, 9.30am-2pm; in aid of Breast Cancer.

SUNDAY, 25/10/2009

EVENTS

GREAT ELLINGHAM. Breckland Astronomical Society Observatory, Recreation Centre: Moonwatch open telescope evening, 7.30pm (irrespective of weather) free.

HORHAM. Red Feather Club Museum: 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association open day, wall paintings, displays of artefacts, diaries, photographs, uniforms, refreshments available, 10am-4pm free (donations welcome).

THORNHAM MAGNA. Thornham Walks: Volunteer Day, conservation tasks around the Walks, bring packed lunch, 10am-3.30pm; information 01379 788345.

WYMONDHAM. Ex-Services Club, Friarscroft Lane: The Regal Experience and Hollywood Cinemas present Calamity Jane starring Doris Day and Howard Keel, and King George V: story of the celebrated steam locomotive, 2.30pm �4.50/concs �3.50, 01953 605593, 603246 or Wymondham Heritage Museum.

GIGS

DISS. Park Hotel: Silver Dollar CMC presents Henry Smith's Country Dreams, doors 7pm, music 7.30-10.30pm �5.

MULBARTON. Social Club, The Common: Country Music Charity Afternoon featuring Cardy and Coke, Marc James and the Budgie Colman Band, compere John Lincoln, fish and chip diners and bar available (not in ticket price), doors 12 noon, runs from 12.30-8.45pm �9 adv/�10 door, 01603 429547 or 01508 578327; proceeds East Anglia's Children's Hospices (Quidenham).

WYMONDHAM. The Feathers, Town Green: Meet in the Hedge acoustic night, 8pm.

SALES

HINGHAM. Leisure Centre Watton Road: Antiques fair, 50 stands, 10am-4pm adults �1.

MONDAY, 26/10/2009

EVENTS

GREAT ELLINGHAM. Breckland Astronomical Society Observatory, Recreation Centre: Moonwatch open telescope evening, 7.30pm (irrespective of weather) free.

HETHEL. Hethel Engineering Centre, Chapman Way: The Big Draw - Fantasy Architecture, make drawings inspired by the architecture at the centre, led by Nichola Naismith, suitable for all ages (children under 12 must be accompanied by adult), 10am-2pm free; information 01508 533615.

THORNHAM MAGNA. Thornham Walks: Apple Day, various activities, 11am-3pm children �3/accompanying adults free.

DANCES

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

DISS. Corn Hall: Line, improvers 7.15pm, 01379 651773 (Melissa).

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

MULBARTON. Scout Hut: Beginners/improvers line dancing 1.30-2.45pm �3.80 inc refreshments, 01508 578071 (Tina).

NEEDHAM. Village Hall: Dance classes with Sandra, ballroom and Latin 7-8pm, modern jive beginners and improvers 8-10pm, 01953 455500.

TUESDAY, 27/10/2009

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Connaught Hall, Station Road: Artline: Creative ways of using photography and art, demonstration by Xangmo Alexander, 7.30-9.30pm non members �5.

GREAT ELLINGHAM. Breckland Astronomical Society Observatory, Recreation Centre: Moonwatch open telescope evening, 7.30pm (irrespective of weather) free.

STRADBROKE. Community Centre, Wilby Road: Suffolk Family History Society meeting, More Lovely Churches by Roy Tricker, tea/coffee, non members welcome, �2 7.30pm, 01728 860551.

SHOWS

ASHWELLTHORPE. Village Hall: Creative Arts East presents Old Mother Hubbard (family show) - Garlic Theatre, 2.30pm �4/concs �3/family ticket �12 advance or �5/�4/�16 on door, 01508 488223 or from the Book Fountain, Wharton's Court in Wymondham.

WEDNESDAY, 28/10/2009

EVENTS

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

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

DISS. Denny Centre, Thomas Manning Road: Prize bingo, 7pm �2 per book (10 games).

WYMONDHAM. Library, Back Lane: Children's storytime, listen to stories short-listed for the Norfolk Children's Book Award, vote for your favourite, make a collage to decorate the library, for ages four-eight, 2-3.30pm; booking essential 01953 603319.

SHOWS

HARLESTON. Archbishop Sancroft High School: Shakers: Re-stirred (comedy) by John Godber and Jane Thornton - Harleston Players, Shakers Club Night with round tables, neon lights and cocktails, 7.30pm �10, tickets from Harleston Pet Stores or 01379 676324

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Back Lane: Sentimental Journey (1940s revue) - Encore (formerly South Norfolk Operatic Society), 1940s costume optional, prize for best dressed, 7.30pm �8, tickets from Geo Reeves in Wymondham or 01953 604881.

GIGS

WEYBREAD. Crown: Open mic night, 8pm.

THURSDAY, 29/10/2009

EVENTS

WYMONDHAM. Phase 3 Common Room, Ogden Close: Coffee morning, with bric-a-brac, second-hand clothing, hand knits etc, 10am-12; for amenities fund.

SHOWS

CARLETON RODE. Village Hall: Moving With The Times (comedy-drama set in the 1920s with music hall turns), 7.30pm �5/under 16s �3, tickets from Hoddy's Farm Shop (01953 789077).

HARLESTON. Archbishop Sancroft High School: Shakers: Re-stirred (comedy) by John Godber and Jane Thornton - Harleston Players, 7.30pm �8/concs �6, tickets from Harleston Pet Stores or 01379 676324.

WYMONDHAM. Central Hall, Back Lane: Sentimental Journey (1940s revue) - Encore (formerly South Norfolk Operatic Society), 1940s costume optional, prize for best dressed, 7.30pm �8, tickets from Geo Reeves in Wymondham or 01953 604881.

SALES

ATTLEBOROUGH. Town Hall: Late night shopping for Christmas gifts, locally-made crafts, Christmas crackers on sale for Macmillan Cancer Support, 5-8pm.

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