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THE popular Priory Centre “youth club for over 25's”, is holding an exhibition of their recent art work at Great Yarmouth Library next week. It opens on Tuesday at 1130am and will run until May 27 and admission is free.

THE popular Priory Centre “youth club for over 25's”, is holding an exhibition of their recent art work at Great Yarmouth Library next week. It opens on Tuesday at 1130am and will run until May 27 and admission is free.

The group's art classes started with a visit from local artist Daniel Clegg. Daniel showed them how he creates his distinctive works of art and they created their own. There will also be works they have created from their own base.

Rachael Hardie who runs the said: "Our artists have created some amazing pieces of work and look forward to sharing these works with the wider public."

Headway Norfolk & Waveney's clients, based at the day centre on Trafalgar Road East, Gorleston, are holding their first photographic exhibition, Local Scenery, at Gorleston Library during Brain Awareness Week, May 17-23.


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Headway Norfolk & Waveney is a county-wide charity with sites in Norwich, Kings Lynn and Gorleston. Each centre has a trained team of staff and volunteers providing day services, offering support, therapeutic activities or outreach to people who have an acquired brain injury or had a stroke.

For more information about Headway Norfolk & Waveney, visit www.headwaynorfolkandwaveney.moonfruit.com or contact the Gorleston site on 01493 442994 or Norwich on 01603 788114.

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Members of Great Yarmouth Stamp Club will be at Yarmouth Library tomorrow, Saturday, in the foyer area showing examples of the collecting interests of some of their club members. Many pages will be on display from their collections, including Commonwealth, Canada, Spain, Australia, Autographed Covers, Early Great Britain, Thematics and many other countries and topics. Anyone interested in stamps, covers and postal history is welcome to go along between 10.30am and 2.30pm. The club secretary will be on hand to answer any questions about stamps or attending meetings which are held fortnightly, plus information of how people can join.

Members range in age from 10 to 90 with informal meetings, where you can talk about stamps and watch displays and talks. Guest speakers also give displays, as do members of other clubs in the area.

A new Great Yarmouth gallery will be featuring the talents a well-known local artist as part of its monthly exhibition.

Located as part of a new home for arts and crafts named The Courtyard, which is based on Main Cross Road and opened at the end of March, The Upstairs Gallery will be displaying the works of Jane Hall. Best-known for her ice cream works, Jane paints the modern British seaside and is inspired by Pop Art and American Realism. Her creations will be on show at the gallery until Saturday, May 29, and hanging alongside the works of artists like Dave Barber, who paints traditional fishing boats, and Jan Houchen.

Go on to www.the-courtyard.co.uk to find out more.

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