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PUBLISHED: 17:40 15 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:27 30 June 2010

FRIDAY, 16/04/2010

EVENTS

CAISTER. Community Sports and Social Club: American virtual horse racing, first race at 8.30pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Central Library, Tolhouse Street: Great Yarmouth Local History and Archaeological Society, lecture by Rhiannon O'Halloran Waddell - The USS Arizona Underwater Exploration, 7.

FRIDAY, 16/04/2010

EVENTS

CAISTER. Community Sports and Social Club: American virtual horse racing, first race at 8.30pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Central Library, Tolhouse Street: Great Yarmouth Local History and Archaeological Society, lecture by Rhiannon O'Halloran Waddell - The USS Arizona Underwater Exploration, 7.30pm non members £2.

Yesterday's World: Easter chick hunt, plus the usual attractions, 10am-5pm £7/concs £6, family £20 (2 adults, 2 children).

FITNESS

GORLESTON. Magdalen Methodist Church: Little Ninjas karate classes for 3-5½ years, 4.45-5.45pm, 07780 832484.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre Gorleston, Pier Gardens: 25 Years of Dusmagrik (songs from the shows) - Dusmagrik Young People's Theatre Company, 7.30pm £9/children £5, 01493 662832.

LOWESTOFT. Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Backstage Slaughter (murder mystery) - Coastal Players, 7.30pm £8/concs £7, 01502 562863.

CONCERTS

SURLINGHAM. Parish Church: Big Sky, directed by Sian Croose, with Horses Brawl, programme of songs from Georgian chant to American folk, 8pm £10/concs £8 including refreshments; 01603 625485, 504455, 01508 538245 or on door.

GIGS

GORLESTON. Ocean Rooms: Steemy Dan (Steeley Dan tribute) plus support, 8.30pm £5 on door.

DANCES

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners split floor night with improvers and intermediates, 7.30-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GILLINGHAM. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin, advanced 7.15pm £4, intermediates 8.30pm £4, 01508 520850.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club: Salsa with Alegria, class 8.15-10.30pm, 07716 062364.

OULTON, LOWESTOFT. Community Centre: Line, 10.30am-12.30pm, 01493 669155.

WALCOTT. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin dance, live music by Roger Bean, 2pm £3.50, 01263 824217.

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: English country dancing, 7.30pm £3.

SALES

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Newgate: Beccles Country Market, 9.30-11am.

LINGWOOD. Sports Ground, Station Road: Car boot, 6am-1pm.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Stepping Stone Lane: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs, 07796 964653 (Dave).

SATURDAY, 17/04/2010

EVENTS

ASHMANHAUGH. Village Hall: Parish Plan Revisited Open Day, find out what has been achieved to date with the Action Plan, celebrating the award of Quality Status to the Parish Council, MP, county and district councillors should be in attendance, 10am-2pm.

BECCLES. Friends Meeting House, 15 Smallgate: Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 7pm.

BELTON. The Village Green Children's Centre, Moorland Way: Easter fun day with teddy bear's picnic and lots of activities, 10-1pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Yesterday's World: Easter chick hunt, plus the usual attractions, 10am-5pm £7/concs £6, family £20 (2 adults, 2 children).

Salvation Army Citadel, Tolhouse Street: Gorleston Community Choir in concert, adults £3, children under 16 free, 7pm.

GORLESTON. St Peter's Church Hall: Prize bingo, 7.30pm.

ILKETSHALL ST ANDREW. St Andrew's Church: Church open to view medieval paintings, refreshments available, 2-4pm.

LESSINGHAM. Grange Farm: 24-hour Snookerthon for Cancer Research, 2.30pm on Saturday through to 2.30pm on Sunday, players welcome to join in; information 07799 666178.

LOWESTOFT. Waveney Women's Heath Information Centre, Bevan Street: Feng Shui workshop for women, 10am £4; 01502 561816.

SALHOUSE. Jubilee Hall, Lower Street: Salhouse Evening WI and Salhouse Gardening Club Coffee Morning, with stalls, 10am-12 75p including tea/coffee and biscuits

WROXHAM. Bure Valley Railway Station: Macmillan Cancer Support annual Bure Valley Railway Walk, choice of 12 walks from three to nine miles, includes a steam train ride, from 8.30am £10pp for three miles, £15 for six and nine miles, children aged 16 and under free; register on 01603 724369 or www.macmillan.org.uk/walk.

FITNESS

GORLESTON. Cliffs (north end): 5k timed run, jog, walk, for all ages and abilities, 9am.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre Gorleston, Pier Gardens: 25 Years of Dusmagrik (songs from the shows) - Dusmagrik Young People's Theatre Company, 2pm and 7.30pm £9/children £5, 01493 662832.

CONCERTS

BECCLES. St Michael's Church: Beccles Choral Society, conductor: Philip Simms; organist: Tom Primrose; programme includes Dvorak's Mass in D, two motets by Parry and Elgar's Give Unto the Lord and Ave Verum, 7.30pm £10/school age children free. Tickets from Willows in Beccles or 01502 713465.

LOWESTOFT. Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: The Great American Songbook performed by Jessie Buckley with Joe Thompson on piano, 7.30pm £12/concs £10, 01502 562863.

REPPS WITH BASTWICK. Hall Farm, Staithe Road: A 'mixed bag' of brass band music played by the Norfolk Boards & Ipswich Hospital bands, £5, 7.30pm, contact 01692 670397.

SALES

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Smallgate: Grand sale with thousands of bargains, 9am-12; proceeds Holy Trinity Church.

Waveney Centre: Table top, 9am-12.

BLOFIELD HEATH. Heathlands Community Centre: Jumble, 2pm; for WI funds.

ELLOUGH. Beccles Heliport: Farmers' market, 9am-1pm.

FRITTON, GREAT YARMOUTH. Myhill's Nurseries, Beccles Road: Car boot, 1-4pm.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Spring sale, small furniture, jumble, good clothes, produce, books, music, toys, plants etc, 2pm; proceeds Wroxham & Hoveon United Reformed Church.

ROCKLAND ST MARY. Margaret Mack Hall, School Lane: Table top, various stalls, refreshments, muffins and tea, 1-5pm; table bookings on 01508 538139.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Farmers' market, 9am-12.

THURLTON. Village Hall: Allsorts sale, cakes, books, toys, tombola, bric-a-brac etc, 11am-3pm; for hall improvement fund.

SUNDAY, 18/04/2010

EVENTS

BUCKENHAM. RSPB Buckenham Marshes: Spring on the Marshes, guided walk looking for courting lapwings, redshanks and other wildlife, 8-10am £3/children £2/RSPB members £2/Wildlife Explorers £1; booking essential on 01603 715191.

CAISTER. Community Sports and Social Club: Rogers raffle drawn at 2.15pm and book sale, bingo at 2.30pm.

EAST CARLETON. Leonard Cheshire Homes, The Grove, Scotts Hill: Spring Woodland walk, woodland walks around the grounds, refreshments available, 12-4pm £2/children free.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Time and Tide Museum, Blackfriars Road: Paper Grotto, make a 3D paper grotto, drop-in activity, 12-4pm included in museum admission.

Yesterday's World: Easter chick hunt, plus the usual attractions, 10am-5pm £7/concs £6, family £20 (2 adults, 2 children).

HORSTEAD. The Horstead Centre, Rectory Road: Family Fun Church, crafts, informal worship and shared tea, 3-5pm.

LESSINGHAM. Grange Farm: 24-hour Snookerthon for Cancer Research, 2.30pm on Saturday through to 2.30pm on Sunday, players welcome to join in; information 07799 666178.

MULBARTON. Social Club: Cash bingo in aid of various charities, plus prize raffle, 7pm.

OULTON BROAD. The Boulevard, Nicholas Everitt Park: Artists' Boulevard, local artists and photographers displaying their work, weather permitting, 10am-4pm.

WROXHAM. Barton House Railway, Hartwell Road, off The Avenue: Garden railway open, train rides, riverside garden, museum open, 2.30-5.30pm £2/children £1 or via boat from Wroxham Bridge £3/£1.50.

Bure Valley Railway Station: Macmillan Cancer Support annual Bure Valley Railway Walk, choice of 12 walks from three to nine miles, includes a steam train ride, from 8.30am £10pp for three miles, £15 for six and nine miles, children aged 16 and under free; register on 01603 724369 or www.macmillan.org.uk/walk.

SHOWS

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: Bing Me Sunshine with guest Don Maclean (celebration of Morecambe and Wise), 4pm £12/concs £10, 01502 533200.

GIGS

BECCLES. King's Head: Red Beans and Rice (New Orleans jazz), 8pm.

LOWESTOFT. Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Nigel 'Boy' Syer and Lisa Marie, 7.30pm £8/concs £7, 01502 562863.

SALHOUSE. Lodge: Lee Vasey and Friends, 4-6.30pm.

UPTON, NORWICH. White Horse: Folk night, 7.45pm.

DANCES

LOWESTOFT. Beaconsfield Club, Surrey Street: Salsa with Alegria, beginners 6.30-8pm, 07716 062364.

SALES

ACLE. Recreation Centre: Millennium Fairs antiques fair, 9.30am-3.30pm.

BURGH CASTLE. Market Road: Car boot, 6am, 01493 780015 (Julie).

FRITTON, GREAT YARMOUTH. Myhill's Nurseries, Beccles Road: Car boot, 9am-1pm.

HEMSBY. Lacons PH: Car boot, set-up 11am, public noon free, 07867 982315.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Plant sale, 2-3.30pm.

STALHAM. Stalham Town Football Club, Stepping Stone Lane: Car boot, sellers 9am, buyers 11am, no dogs, 07796 964653 (Dave).

MONDAY, 19/04/2010

EVENTS

CHEDGRAVE. All Saints Church Rooms: Monday Mardle coffee morning, 10am-12.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Yesterday's World: Easter chick hunt, plus the usual attractions, 10am-5pm £7/concs £6, family £20 (2 adults, 2 children).

FITNESS

SUTTON, STALHAM. Infant School: Studio Cycling (Spinning), 6.15pm, circuit training, 7.15pm, 01603 782343.

GIGS

BECCLES. King's Head Hotel: Open mic (music, mime, monologue, rhyme), 8pm.

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre Gorleston, Pier Gardens: The Fureys and Davey Arthur, 7.30pm £14/concs £12/Friend £11/children £8, 01493 662832.

DANCES

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, beginners 12.15-1.45pm, 01502 562953. Tap and exercise, 9.30-10.30am and 10.45-11.45am, 07906 520651.

GORLESTON. The Pub on the Shrubs, Hawthorn Road: Line, beginners and improvers 8-10pm, 07788 408801 (Jane).

HOVETON. Village Hall: Line with Patsy, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm, £4 all night, 07884 197638.

LOWESTOFT. Beaconsfield Club, Surrey Street: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07716 062364.

TUESDAY, 20/04/2010

EVENTS

BARSHAM. Village Hall, Bungay Road: Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8pm.

BECCLES. St John Ambulance Room: After-school art club for ages eight plus, 4.15-5.30pm, 01502 715118.

BELTON. Village Green Children's Centre: Children's song and storytime every Tuesday including school holidays, 1.30-2.30pm.

GORLESTON. Seagulls Children's Centre (in the Crèche), Shrublands, Magdalen Way: Twice as Nice twins group - an opportunity to meet other parents with twins, share experiences and advice, 3-4.30pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Fitness 2000, Southtown Road: Seated exercise for the less able, 11am-12.30pm £2.50, carers free.

Christchurch, King Street: Great Yarmouth Townswomen's Guild monthly meeting, 2pm.

HOPTON. Spiritual and Healing Centre: Healing and counselling by trained advisors, 6.45-7.45pm.

SPIXWORTH. Social Club, Village Hall, Crostwick Lane: Quiz night, 9pm £1pp (teams of four).

FITNESS

CARLTON COLVILLE. Carlton Colville Community Centre, Hall Road: Keep fit for ages 50 plus, 1.45-2.45pm, 01502 562953 (Norma).

GORLESTON. Seagulls Children's Centre, Shrublands, Magdalen Way: Pushy Parents, weekly walking, socialise, exercise, walk from Seagulls to Gorleston Cliffs and back, meet 9.30am.

Wroughton First School: Yoga and relaxation class every Tuesday, 8-9pm, details: Lisa 07843050396.

GIGS

HORNING. New Inn: Open mic night, 8.30pm.

DANCES

ACLE. Receation Centre, Bridewell Lane: Salsa with Dance Cuban, 8pm £5/concs £4, 07711 286047.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, intermediates 7.45-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07716 062364.

Northgate Hospital Social Club: Ballroom and sequence, 2-4.15pm, 01692 403591.

HORSTEAD. Tithe Barn: Line with Golden Stars, improvers 7-9pm £4, 01603 890708.

STALHAM. High School: Line with Patsy, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm, £4 all night, 07884 197638.

THURTON. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin, improvers 7.30pm £3.50, advanced 8.30pm £4, 01508 520850.

SALES

CORTON. Methodist Church Hall: Craft fair, 9.30am-3pm; donations for British Heart Foundation.

LODDON. The Hollies: Loddon Country Market, 9.15-10.45am.

WEDNESDAY, 21/04/2010

EVENTS

BARSHAM. Village Hall, Bungay Road: Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 12pm.

BECCLES. Hungate Church: Coffee Stop, baby area, soft toys, activities, in the lounge, 9.15am-12.

BRADWELL. Mill Lane Community Centre: Little Music Makers, free children's activity session suitable for all ages, every Wednesday including school holidays, 9.30-10.30am.

CAISTER. King George Playingfield Pavilion, Allendale Road: Caister Children's Centre, baby rhythm and rhyme for babies under one year, 1-2pm, 01493 721180.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Priory Centre next to St Nicholas' Church: Age Concern Great Yarmouth, pop in for tea/coffee and chat, from 10am 50p.

Christchurch,King Street: Women's Fellowship weekly meeting, 2.30pm.

The Rumbold Arms PH, Southtown Road: RAOB Pride of Great Yarmouth Lodge meet, 8pm.

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

ILKETSHALL ST ANDREW. St Andrew's Church: Church open to view medieval paintings, refreshments available, 11am-3pm.

LODDON. St John's Church: Noah's Ark for parents with young children, drop in 10am-12.

LOWESTOFT. 50 Blackheath Road: Suffolk Hearing Support Free Lip reading classes, for adults with an acquired hearing loss who may have difficulty understanding speech in certain situations, 10am-12, 01502 512073 or email lowsda@btconnect.com.

ORMESBY. Light of Life Baptist Church: Drop-in club and lunch (for older folk), 10am.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Newtown Methodist Church Hall. Coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10.15am-12.

FITNESS

MARTHAM. Village Hall: Yoga and relaxation, all levels including beginners, 1-2.30pm, first calls free, 07814528389.

REYDON. Pitches View residential home: Chairfit seated exercise , 10-11am, £1.

GIGS

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: The Manfreds and Paul Jones, 7.30pm £19.50/concs £18.50, 01502 533200.

DANCES

BRADWELL, GREAT YARMOUTH. Community Centre: Tap and exercise, 7.30-8.30pm, 07906 520651.

CAISTOR ST. EDMUND. Caistor Hall Hotel: Ballroom, Latin and salsa, beginners 6.30-8pm £7, 07834 270747.

GORLESTON. The Pub on the Shrubs, Hawthorn Road: Line, beginners and improvers 8-10pm, 07788 408801 (Jane).

HEMSBY. Village Hall: Dancing with Alegria, tap class 6.30-7.30pm, salsa class 8-9.30pm, 07716 062364.

KESSINGLAND. Church Hall: Line, 8-10pm, 01493 669155.

THURSDAY, 22/04/2010

EVENTS

BECCLES. Quaker Meeting House: Art class, all abilities, 1-3pm.

BELTON. John Green Institute: Football Fever, for boys and girls in Reception Year groups, including school holidays, 5.30-6.30pm.

GORLESTON. Seagulls Surestart Children's Centre, Theatre Room: Music Monsters, songs and activities ideal for children over 18 months, children must be accompanied by an adult, 1.50-2.30pm.

LOWESTOFT. Bluenotes, Claremont Pier: Just Good Friends social group (over 35s), meet for various activities, functions, outings, non profit making, 7.30-11pm, 07968 2962940.

FITNESS

CATFIELD. Village Hall: Circuit Training, 8.15pm, 01603 782343. Studio Cycling (Spinning), 7.15pm, 01603 782343.

SHOWS

LUDHAM. Village Hall: Wild Goose Chase (comedy) by Derek Benfield - Broadland Hams, 7.30pm £6.50/concs £6, 01692 678226 or 678318.

DANCES

BECCLES. Waveney Centre: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07716 062364.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, beginners 8-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Great Yarmouth Marina Centre: Afternoon Tea Dance playing music including Ballroom Sequence and Popular Latin, £3, 1pm-3.30pm.

HADDISCOE. Village Hall: Scottish country dancing, 7.30pm.

LOWESTOFT. Football Club, Crown Meadow: Trailblazers Line Dancing, beginners 7.30-8.30pm, intermediates 8.30-10pm, 01493 782405.

PORINGLAND. Community Centre: Modern jive with Footloose, beginners and intermediates, 8.15-11pm, first night free, 01362 851767.

SUTTON, NORWICH. Sutton Staithe Hotel: Salsa with Dance Cuban, 8pm £5/concs £4, 07711 286047.


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