Events Run

PUBLISHED: 11:57 03 June 2011

Bits and bobs across the borough

THE heritage guided walk on Sunday is the Medieval Town Wall Walk starting at 2pm, then on at 7pm, the walk covers The Rows, Fishwives and Bodysnatchers. Both start from St. Nicholas Church gates and no booking is necessary as tickets can be purchased from the guide on the day. Cost £3.75 adults, £1.50 Children (seven-16) with under sevens free. For more details call 01493 846346 or 07758 554546.

A CAR boot sale will be held at British Sugar Social Club, Cantley organised by Cantley School Association on Sunday, June 12, from 11am. Pitches £5 (no catering) set up from 10am. It is advisable to book in advance, call the school on 01493 700308.

A NIGHT raising money for Hemsby Lifeboat and the East of England Air Ambulance will be going ahead in Hemsby next month. On Saturday, July 2, the nightclub at Sundowner Holiday Park will be hosting the night, which will feature an appearance by musicians The Low Rider.There will also be a buffet, as well as a raffle in which a TV, as well as wine and food hampers, will be up for grabs. The event runs from 7pm to midnight, and tickets cost £6.

AN appeal is going out for all those who want to get involved with a Help For Heroes fundraiser in Martham.

On Sunday, August 7, the village green will host a fundraising extravaganza, with everything from stalls to fairground rides expected.

Those who would like to set up a stall or get involved, can contact organiser Karen on 07908870497 or email

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