THE RAF Air Defence Radar Museum near Horning is organising a special day for the over 55s on Saturday, October 28.The theme is Norfolk during the Second World War and will be a chance for sharing memories, nostalgia and celebration.
THE RAF Air Defence Radar Museum near Horning is organising a special day for the over 55s on Saturday, October 28.
The theme is Norfolk during the Second World War and will be a chance for sharing memories, nostalgia and celebration.
Organisers are keen to attract people who remember the war and the austerity years and especially any who worked at or lived on one of the county's air bases. Museum volunteers will be on hand to record memories for the museum's archive.
Over 55s will enjoy a special welcome with a reduced entry of only £3.50 on the day. Visitors will be treated to tours and displays packed with photos, memorabilia and the daily stuff of life during the 1939 to 1945 war.
A PLOUGHING match will be held at Brograve Farm, Waxham on Sunday, October 12 from 10-4pm. Car boot and table top sale tables available, booking fee £5, payable on the day. Car park £3 on admission, in aid of St John's Church.
On Saturday, October 11, Ludham Singers will be holding a concert at Potter Heigham Village Hall at 7.30pm. This event has been running for several years. Tickets cost £4 and can be purchased at the door or by contacting 01692 670076 or 01692 670688. It is in aid of the Louise Hamilton Cancer Help Centre Trust.
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Would you like to learn how to use a computer and to send e-mails? Do you know how to set out a letter, use a spell check or use the internet? Norfolk Adult Education is offering a free course staring Wednesday for 10 weeks. The course will also help you to check out your English skills and gain a nationally recognised qualification. The course will be held on Wednesday mornings at Fastolff House, Regent Street, Great Yarmouth.
Book your place now be phoning Lesley on 01493 856647.