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Friday 27th April, 2018 7:00am

The Bishop of Lynn, also known as The Singing Bishop, is to join a cast of West Norfolk singers and musicians in a special fund-raising anniversary concert The concert is being presented in St Faith's Church, Gaywood, on Friday 27th April, starring at 7pm. It marks the 20th anniversary of The Friends of St Faith's Church. The evening's programme is to include popular songs and music and will include solo and ensemble numbers.
The Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Rev Jonathan Meyrick, will sing the song, The Wild Thing, by The Troggs which he famously sang on TV's Stars in their Eyes show.
Tickets cost £7 each or £10 for two and include interval refreshments.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 01553 774916 (a meesage cab be left) or on the door on the night of the concert.

Sunday 29th April, 2018 10:00am

A Sunday morning relaxed meet up for a coffee and a chat about cars and motoring. It’s huge in America and there are plenty of enthusiasts in the area.

Sunday 29th April 2018 at 10am with a view to plan monthly events for the last Sunday of every month.

This is about a quiet meeting and coffee not about young kids meeting up and causing annoyance and trouble.

Thursday 26th April, 2018 7:00pm

A unique mid-week charity ball with live music, a finger buffet and complimentary alcoholic drink on arrival. Due to generous sponsorship all for the ticket price of just £3.00!! Non-alcoholic bar. 7pm - 10pm
Dresscode - dress to impress
For tickets go to www.gofundme.com/charity-ball-in-aid-of-mind or
email: charlotte.m.fox@gmail.com all proceeds to West Norfolk Mind.
A fun and meaningful evening raising awareness of suicide.

Thursday 26th April, 2018 6:30pm

Charity bingo in aid of paramedics and autism on 26th April doors open at 6.30pm starts at 7.30pm great prizes to be one. Raffle, food and drink avaliable and family friendly event.

Friday 27th April, 2018 7:00pm

This year will be the fifth year I have held this event at the Dukes Head Hotel to raise money for the King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Parkinson’s Support Group and the Magpie Centre (riding for the disabled). Both these charities are very worthy of our support and depend heavily on charitable donations. A great night out raising money for two worthy local charities dancing to the wonderful Jessie’s Ghost what better way to spend the evening.

Saturday 28th April, 2018 9:00am

Prestbury Care are proud to announce a new calendar of monthly coffee mornings!


All are taking place at the fantastic Downham Market Town Hall and profits will be going to a list of local charities.

9:00am until 12:00pm (see poster for upcoming dates)

Having listened to previous feedback, sugar free and de-caff options are now available.

So please, come along to support the new monthly coffee mornings and in turn, support some fabulous local charities.

* If you would like a charity you know to be considered for donations, please do get in touch!

See you there!

Friday 27th April, 2018 6:30pm

Dr Clive Bond, chairman of the West Norfolk Archeological Society will be giving a lecture to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Seahenge , the early Bronze circle made of oak trees which was discovered on Holme Beach.

Dr Bond will give an insight into the way people lived on the North Norfolk cost four thousand years ago in the Bronze age and will also speak about the second oak circle found a few years ago.

Friday 27th April, 2018 6:30pm

Ten years on from Seahenge being found on Holme Beach, Dr. Clive Jonathon Bond, an expert in later prehistory and ancient beliefs will review the culture, communities and spiritual beliefs of the people who built Seahenge in 2049 BC. There will be a public lecture in aid of the RNLI Hunstanton, hosted by the Mayor at King's Lynn Town Hall, at 6:30pm on Friday 27th April 2018. Tickets are priced £6 from the Custom House, Purfleet Quay, King's Lynn, or the RNLI Lifeboat Station (Shop), Old Hunstanton, or on the door. All welcome - come and discover your prehistoric past! Why was Seahenge built?

Sunday 29th April, 2018 9:00am

Carboot + cafe
29th April
9 am till 12 noon
£5 per car/ £6 with trailer or van
Please bring a table if possible
Stall holders from 8 am
Buyers from 9 am
To book call Chris/ nikki on 01366 501111 or 07825769355
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