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PUBLISHED: 14:33 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:42 03 July 2010

TODAY (28)

Beccles - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

St Michael's, coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

Great Yarmouth - Newtown Community Centre, Beatty Close, bingo, 7.

TODAY (28)

Beccles - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

St Michael's, coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

Great Yarmouth - Newtown Community Centre, Beatty Close, bingo, 7.30pm.

Potter Heigham - Village Hall, exercise/keep fit class (07716 062364), 9.15-10am.

TOMORROW (29)

Acle - Kingfisher Rooms, Herondale, Acle Archive open day, 10am-2.30pm.

Belton - John Green Institute, grand sale, books, bric-a-brac, pictures etc, free admission, 10am-1pm.

Bradwell - Mill Lane Community Centre, Little Ninjas karate club for ages 3-9, 2.30-3.30pm.

Gorleston - St Peter's Church Hall, Lowestoft Road, Gorleston Flower Club's spring flower show, displays of floral art/domestic economy, refreshments, 1-5pm.

Great Yarmouth - St John's Church, Lancaster Road, bumper book sale, 10am-noon.

Lowestoft - Lowestoft Maritime Museum, Sparrow's Nest, adults £1/seniors 75p/children 25p, 10am-5pm (last admission 4.30pm).

St Margaret's Church Centre Car Park, car boot sale, refreshments, £5 per car, bookings 568296, 10am-1pm.

Lowestoft Library, children's book sale, DVDs and audio books.

Martham - Village Hall, Martham Spiritual Group, evening of clairvoyance with Donna Stewart, 7.30pm.

Reedham - Village Hall, indoor table top sale, light refreshments, £5 (bookings 01493 701180), noon onwards.

Ringsfield - Village Hall, Spring table top sale, with many antique items, 2-4pm.

Stalham - Town Hall, race night, £3pp includes buffet and bar, 7 for 7.30pm.

SUNDAY (30)

Belton - Kings Head, Belton and District Horticultural Society, talk and slide show on Great Yarmouth Rows, admission £2, 2.30pm.

Flixton - Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, 60 aircraft and thousands of aviation artefacts, light refreshments, shop, bric-a-brac stalls, free admission, 10am-4pm.

Great Yarmouth - Time and Tide Museum, Spring Fever, make a picture with photosensitive paper, age 4-adult, noon-4pm.

Lowestoft - Lowestoft Maritime Museum, Sparrow's Nest, adults £1/seniors 75p/children 25p, 10am-5pm (last admission 4.30pm).

Oulton Broad - Wherry Hotel, stamp postcard fair, free admission, 10am-4pm.

MONDAY (31)

Bradwell - Mill Lane Community Centre, Little Ninjas karate club for ages 3-9, 4.45-5.45pm.

Catfield - 15 Canon Wake Court, coffee morning with bring and buy, £1, proceeds Methodist Church, 10am-noon.

Great Yarmouth - Newtown Community Centre, Beatty Close, bingo, 7.30pm.

Lowestoft - Tenants Hall, Hollingsworth Road, fundraising morning, bric-a-brac, cards, Credit Union collection point, refreshments, 9.15-11.15am.

Ex-Servicemen's Club, Gordon Road, chess group, 7-11pm.

TUESDAY (1)

Gorleston - Library, community reiki group, £2 minimum donation for a 15-minute session (01493 851308 after 4pm), 7-9pm.

Great Yarmouth - Time and Tide Museum, wildlife talk: Keeping Track of Nature's Calendar, free, 11am-1pm; bringing your garden to life, free, 1-2.30pm; sea life finger puppets, age 4-adult, noon-4pm.

Middlegate Hall, Christchurch, King Street, Norfolk Family History Society, Member help Member: Agony Ancestry, 7.30pm.

Hemsby - Village Hall, keep fit through movement and dance (01493 384097), 10-11.30am.

Hopton - Hopton Spiritualist and Healing Centre, trained healers and counsellors available, 6.45-7.45pm.

Ormesby - Bracecamp Hall, exercise/keep fit class (07716 062364), 9.15-10am.

Oulton Broad - Coffee Pot, back of Oulton Broad Library, Lowestoft Orchestral Society play popular classical and show music, new players welcome, 7.30pm.

Stalham - Town Hall, household collectors sale, 8am-12.30pm.

WEDNESDAY (2)

Flixton - Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, 60 aircraft and thousands of exhibits, 10am-4pm.

Great Yarmouth - Newtown Methodist Church Hall, coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10.15am-noon.

TEACHA Development Centre, 40 South Quay, free drop-in healing and reiki clinic, 12.30-2pm; free meditation group, 4-5pm.

Sure Start, The Priory, Priory Plain, Musical Keys sessions, music and fun for children and young people with special needs, £1 per family for refreshments (01603 405858), first session 1-1.45pm, second session 2.05-2.50pm.

St James' Church, Admiralty Road, Jimmy's café and church, 7.30pm.

Duke's Head Hotel, Hall Quay, RAOB meeting, 8pm.

Lowestoft - Trinity Methodist Church, Excel 2000 musical exercise class for the over-60s, mostly sitting, refreshments included, 2.15-3.45pm.

THURSDAY (3)

Acle - Recreation Centre, RBL indoor boot sale, refreshments, £5 per table (bookings 01493 750967), 10am-noon

Caister - Youth Centre, exercise/keep fit class (details: 07716 062364), 9.15-10am.

Great Yarmouth - Time and Tide Museum, treasure maps, age 4-adult, noon-4pm.

Newtown Methodist Church, bums, tums and legs and beginners yoga, details 07747720139, 6-7pm.

Great Yarmouth High School, adult only swimming sessions with Great Yarmouth Swimming Club, details 01493 751500, also for children's lessons, 7-8pm.

FRIDAY (4)

Beccles - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

Waveney Centre - Table top sale, tables available £5, free admission, 01502 712473, 9.30am-noon.

St Michael's, Coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

Quaker Rooms, introduction to reflexology, start of a four-week course, learn the basics of alternative therapy, £20 (bookings 01502 561816), 10am.

Hungate Church, Fairtrade stall, selling foodstuffs and stationery, 10am-noon; teas and coffees served, 10-11.30am;

Gorleston - Endeavour Rangers HQ, Nile Road, the Great Yarmouth and District Epilepsy Resource Centre monthly meeting, 2-4pm.

Great Yarmouth - Christchurch, King Street, the Great Yarmouth and District Epilepsy Resource Centre monthly meeting, 10am-noon.

Newtown Community Centre, Beatty Close, bingo, 7.30pm.

Potter Heigham - Village Hall, exercise/keep fit class (07716 062364), 9.15-10am.

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