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Saturday 18th November, 2017 4:00pm

Join us for an afternoon of Salty Mediumship ;-)

Mediumship Demonstration by Sue Breen, Spiritual Clairvoyant Medium
• Ever thought you needed guidance or advice from above? Ever wanted to consult a medium, but did not know what to expect?
• Come and meet Sue, a wonderful natural evidential clairvoyant medium, as she joins our two realms together and provides clear evidence from spiritual friends and loved ones, that they do watch over us and yes they are there when we need them!

Talk on the Benefits of Himalayan Salt by Arun “The Salt Whisperer”
• Ever thought about owning a Himalayan Salt Lamp? Would you like to find out more about these beautiful and therapeutic decorative pieces? Well, they are so much more than simply decorative. They are actually good for you.
• They can help you with aches & pains, depression, ADHD, imbalance in your blood sugars. Come find out how to get your body back to working the way it should do naturally!

All Himalayan Salt products will be on sale at end of the talk!

Also on the evening. . .limited number of pre-booked 1-2-1 readings with Sue Breen @£25 per reading.

Contact Emma on 07795485099.

Monday 27th November, 2017 2:00pm

Tracey Warr, popular historical fiction author of the Conquest trilogy, will be coming to Downham Market Library to give an illustrated talk about her writing and works

Downham Market Library
Monday 27th November
2 - 3pm
Tickets £3 includes refreshments

Booking essential. For more information or to book please contact the library on 01366 383073

Saturday 18th November, 2017 10:00am

Imagine a hall, warm and cosy, with free parking and refreshments to hand, booked to capacity with 32 art and craft stalls of every kind. What better place to do your Christmas shopping? From jams to jewellery, paintings to pokerwork, you'll find it all. And it's the ONLY place to find gifts for "those who have everything".
That's the scene for the Magpie Centre Art and Craft Fair, at Stowbridge Village Hall on Saturday November 18, which runs 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. All profits go to the Magpie Centre, home of West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled Association, based at Wallington Hall, South Runcton, which has 13 horses and ponies, giving 104 riding and carriage driving lessons a week during term time, to participants of all ages and with a wide variety of physical and learning disabilities. To find out more about the work we do, about lessons, or to volunteer, call the Centre on 01553 810202, and you'll be sure of a warm welcome.
Or just come along to Stowbridge Village Hall on November 18 and enjoy the arts and crafts.

Friday 24th November, 2017 12:00pm

On 24th November the Alps come to King’s Staithe Square! Running 24th Nov - 2nd Jan

The Après Ski bar, which will be housed in a marquee in the front courtyard of the Grade II* listed town house hotel, will combine the stylish relaxed Bank House bar ambience with an Alpine chalet feel, with an open fire, comfy seating, rugs and furs, antique skis and mountain views, and sparkling Christmas decorations. Think mulled wine, hot chocolate, cinnamon cookies, mince pies ( including gluten free versions).....even a bit of (manufactured ) snow!

The pop-up bar will offer the same range of delicious beers, wines and cocktails available inside Bank House in the buzzy Counting House bar, including 57 varieties of gin and 12 whiskies. The Après Ski bar will also serve mulled wine, cider and apple juice and two specially devised cocktails; the Snowshoe - a bourbon and mint cocktail, and the Coco Snowball - a vodka and Malibu based one.

A special light meal menu and a Christmas themed version of Bank House’ s famous afternoon tea (booking essential) will be available in the Après Ski bar, or guests can move inside for lunch or dinner from our seasonal menu.

Friday 17th November, 2017 9:30am

Barclays Bank in High Street, King’s Lynn, is hosting a fun day on Friday 17th November for BBC Children in need. This includes a cake sale, guess how many jelly babies are in the jar and a raffle. We look forward to seeing you there.

Raffle tickets, costing £1 per strip, are available from the kings lynn branch, the Hardwick Road branch and branches in Downham Market and Hunstanton. Prizes for the raffle have been kindly donated by local businesses and restaurants.

Businesses can still donate raffle prizes by visiting the bank.

Friday 24th November, 2017 9:00am

DESCRIPTION
Lunch is provided and refreshments are available throughout the day.
Summary
This session aims to give you the basic knowledge to use Microsoft Excel. This course develops many of the features of Microsoft Excel and we will look at the most useful elements.

Who should attend?
Anyone who would like to learn how to use Microsoft Excel in their workplace, business or personal use. Our Microsoft Excel Introduction course is suitable for complete beginners to Microsoft Excel.

Course Syllabus
Spreadsheet terminology
Exploring the Excel window
Opening and navigating workbooks
Closing workbooks
Entering and editing data
Creating workbooks
Entering and editing labels / values
Entering and editing formulas
Saving and updating workbooks
Modifying a worksheet
Moving and copying data
Moving and copying formulas
Using absolute references
Inserting and deleting ranges
Using functions
Entering functions
Using AutoSum
Using Average, Min and Max
Formatting worksheets
Formatting text
Formatting rows and columns
Number formatting
Printing
Preparing to print
Page setup options
Printing worksheets
Creating charts
Chart basics
Modifying charts
Printing charts
Introduction to Google Sheets – The Future?

Saturday 18th November, 2017 7:00am

Bingo at Watlington village hall, fundraiser for watlington preschool. 7pm start, eyes down 7.30pm.
10 rounds, raffle at interval and refreshments on sale.

Saturday 18th November, 2017 1:00pm

Looking to rehome a cat or kitten? Come along to our rehoming event where we'll have lots of our current residents at the cattery for you to meet. We'll also have lots of goodies on sale (great for xmas presents!) and it's a chance to look around this lovely newly built commercial cattery.
1pm - 4pm
Admission free but donations of cat food would be very welcome.

Sunday 19th November, 2017 10:00am

Cats Protection's annual Christmas Craft Fair. Lots of local crafters selling a variety of items from jams, jewellery, felt and fabric crafts, wooden items, paintings, paper crafts and photographs. There will also be Body Shop, Flamingo Paperie, Neal's Yar and PartyLite stalls.
There will be a raffle, tombola and refreshments available. All to raise funds for the charity to help care for local cuts until their forever homes are found.

Sunday 19th November, 2017 12:30pm

Soroptimist International of King's Lynn are holding the annual Literary Lunch with guest authors including Alison Bruce - author of the DC Goodhew novels. Tickets £30.00 including a 3 course lunch. Tickets have to be purchased in advance and the menu pre-ordered. Full details at www.sigbi.org/kings-lynn/literary-lunch-2017
Proceeds to club charities.

PLEASE NOTE WITH REGRET DUE TO ILL HEALTH ONE OF THE AUTHORS LUCINDA RILEY HAS UNFORTUNATELY HAD TO CANCEL.

Saturday 25th November, 2017 7:45pm

Dancing to the wonderful live band Mel Stevens and The Classics, come along and join us to help raise money for Prevent Breast Cancer. Held at Marshland High school West Walton, Wisbech. £10 per ticket, there is no bar so feel free to bring your own drinks/alcohol. There will be a raffle with generous, locally donated prizes. Starts at 8pm until midnight. Call Sue Whitby on 01945 464665 for tickets or more information.
A fabulous night of dancing will be had by all, this annual dance is sure to give you a great Saturday night out. See you there

Thursday 30th November, 2017 1:00pm

Come along and make 2 Christmas cards.
Gaywood Library
Thursday 30th November
1- 2.30pm

£1 includes refreshments. Booking essential. For further information or to book call 01553 768498

Saturday 25th November, 2017 10:00am

Christmas coffee morning and sale at Orchard Close Dersingham on Saturday 25th November 10.00 – 12.00 noon. Various stalls including tombola, raffle, cakes, good bric a brac, jig saws, crafts etc. Admission £1 to include drink. All proceeds to West Norfolk Befriending a local charity supporting socially isolated older people and their carers. Everyone welcome!


Saturday 18th November, 2017 11:00am

The Friends of All Saints School, Stibbard will agin be holding it's annual Christmas Craft Market at the School on Saturday November 18th from 11.00 - 3.00.
Entry and parking are free.

Saturday 25th November, 2017 10:00am

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING STALLS INCLUDING LOCAL CHARITIES/COMMUNITY GROUPS & INDIVIDUALLY CRAFTED GIFTS, SANTA'S GROTTO. CHILDRENS CRAFT ROOM - MAKE/DECORATE GIFTS & DECORATIONS. FESTIVE & TRADITIONAL GAMES/COMPETITIONS - FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY. RAFFLE, TOMBOLLA, GUESS THE WEIGHT OF THE CAKE, SPLAT THE SNOWMAN, PIN A NOSE ON RUDOLPH & LOTS, LOTS MORE HOT LUNCHES & REFRESHMENTS. FREE ADMISSION & A WARM WELCOME TO ALL SO BRING FRIENDS & FAMILY & COME ALONG & ENJOY THE FESTIVE SPIRIT.

Saturday 18th November, 2017 2:00pm

This is the annual Christmas Fair staged to raise funds for the on-going running costs of the well-loved and historic church at Gaywood.
A colourful variety of stalls and sideshows will be set up in the Gaywood Church Rooms on 18th November. It is being official opened at 2pm on Saturday, 18th November by the Mayor of King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Carol Bower. For the children there will be an early visit from Father Christmas. Admission is free.
Everyone is warmly welcome to come ot the Fair where there will lots of bargains from the various stalls. Refreshments will be on sale .

Saturday 25th November, 2017 1:00pm

Friends of Wormegay Primary are holding their annual Christmas Fayre with plenty of stalls to shop from and Father Christmas will be in his grotto. Refreshments will be available including hot sausage rolls and mice pies.
The Fayre will be open from 1-4pm.
If you’d like a stall please contact office@wormegay.norfolk.sch.uk. Stalls are £10. Set up from 12.

Sunday 26th November, 2017 11:00am

A range of craft stalls and games to get into the Christmas spirit, come find santa, pin the nose on rudolph and guess how many sweets are in the jar. Fun for all the family starts at 11 and ends at 3.

Wednesday 22nd November, 2017 6:30pm

This year we have moved our Christmas Shopping Evening to a bigger venue and are holding it at St Cecilia Church Hall (next to the co-op in Dersingham) . There will be plenty of stocking fillers, gifts and Christmas decorations to choose from.
We will also be joined by a variety of craft stalls selling a wide range of hand crafted gifts and decorations such as pallet Christmas trees, Christmas themed cupcakes, Christmas Eve boxes, hampers, mixed media gifts and handmade Christmas Cards for that unique Christmas present
There will be a pop-up tearoom serving teas, coffees, cake, mince pies etc, so why not bring your friends and make an evening of it.

Sunday 26th November, 2017 2:00am

A spectacular Christmas variety show for the whole family starring the legendary JIMMY CRICKET plus special guests
May Marion - female vocalist &a the nine lives theatre company
Sunday 26 November at 2pm and 6.30