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PUBLISHED: 15:57 27 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:52 30 June 2010

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FRIDAY, 28/05/2010

EVENTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival, 10am-4pm.

GORLESTON. Kingfisher Room at the Seagulls Sure Start Children's Centre: Healthy Start baby café, providing help and information for breastfeeding parents, 1pm-3pm.

GYM

FRIDAY, 28/05/2010

EVENTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival, 10am-4pm.

GORLESTON. Kingfisher Room at the Seagulls Sure Start Children's Centre: Healthy Start baby café, providing help and information for breastfeeding parents, 1pm-3pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Priory Centre, Priory Plain: Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival, 120-plus locally produced real ales and cider, musical entertainment, 11am-3pm and 5-11pm, www.gytcp.co.uk/events.

The Priory Centre: Ageless Opportunities over 25s 'youth club' for the unemployed looking for work, 2pm-4pm.

Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, Blackfriars Way: Circus Architecture, talk by Don Stacey, 11.30am £2.60/children £1.80, museum entrance extra.

LUDHAM. How Hill Trust: Spring Water Garden Afternoon, azalea gardens open, teas available, 2-5pm £3/children 50p.

RANWORTH. Staithe: Broads Wildlife Boat Trip, to Cockshoot Broad and return, includes one mile walk, 10.15am-12.15pm £9.50/children £7.50/family £30; booking essential 01603 756096 or 270453.

FITNESS

CAISTER. Caister Youth Centre: Chair based exercise with Chairfit, 1.30-2.30pm, £2.50.

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

GREAT YARMOUTH. New bodies Fitness Centre, King Street: Learn to Tango, 7.45pm -9.15pm, 01493 853375

SHOWS

LODDON. Loddon Mill: An evening of comedy with Alan Francis, Mark Felgate, Andrew Watts and Jay Sodagar, doors 7pm, starts 7.45pm £10 advance only on 01508 521800.

GIGS

HEMSBY. Dolphin, Longbeach: Rob Charles, 8.30pm.

Seadell Bar: Barry Lee, 8.45pm.

THURNE. Lion: Hard Rain, 8.30pm.

Lion Inn: Hard Rain, 8.30pm.

DANCES

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

SALES

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

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

LOWESTOFT. The Sails, High Street: Farmers' market, 9am-2pm.

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

SATURDAY, 29/05/2010

EVENTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival, 10am-4pm.

CATFIELD. All Saints' Church: Day Out in Broadland: Quilting Festival, 10am-5pm.

COLTISHALL. 5 Great Hautbois Road: Family fun day, range of activities including abseiling, archery, climbing, aerial runway, kayaking, pond dipping, drumming, crafts, face painting and more, bring a picnic or buy lunch and refreshments, 10am-4pm £7.50 per car or £1.50 on foot, under fives free.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Priory Centre, Priory Plain: Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival, 120-plus locally produced real ales and cider, musical entertainment, 11am-3pm and 5-11pm, www.gytcp.co.uk/events.

HADDISCOE. St Mary's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Flower Festival and craft demonstrations, 11am-5pm.

HOVETON. BeWILDerwood, Horning Road: Minty's Birthday Party, party games and activities, from 10am normal admission applies.

LODDON. Methodist Chapel, George Lane: Flower Festival - Two By Two, 10am-5pm.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St Nicholas Church: Day Out in Broadland, crafts, plants, cakes, tombola, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

RANWORTH. St Helen's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Conservation of Medieval Screens, featuring the 15th century painted rood screen in the church, conservation work being carried out by Lucy Wrapson from the Hamilton-Kerr Institute, 10am-12.30pm plus talk by Lucy - Surveying East Anglia's Rood Screens, 4pm, talk by the Rev Nick Garrod - Interpreting Ranworth's Altar Pieces, 5.15pm.

STRUMPSHAW. St Peter's Church: Flower Festival - Strumpshaw: an ideal village, 11am-5pm.

Strumpshaw Steam Museum: Strumpshaw Steam Rally, full size and miniature steam engines, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, commercial and military vehicles, vintage tractors, fairground organs, arena events, trade stands, craft tent and more, 9.30am-5pm £8/children (13-15) £2 including museum entry.

FITNESS

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

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre Gorleston, Pier Gardens: C'mon Everybody (50s-60s rock 'n' roll show), 7.30pm £15/concs £14; proceeds East Anglian Air Ambulance , 01493 662832.

CONCERTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival - Concert featuring the new Acle Community Choir and young local musicians, 7.30pm.

GIGS

HEMSBY. Seadell Bar: Glamtastics, 9pm.

LUDHAM. Dog Inn: Big Sister, 8.30pm.

SALES

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

HICKLING. Methodist Church: Plant fair, coffee, light lunches and cream teas, 10am-4pm.

HOVETON. Broadland Community Centre, Stalham Road: Charity summer fair, stalls include crafts, bric-a-brac, jewellery, plants, books, tombola, 10am-12; proceeds for schoolchildren in The Gambia.

Hoveton Hall Gardens: Craft fair, 10.30am-5pm £5/children (over five) £2.50 including garden entry.

INGHAM. Village Hall: Second hand books and art by Ingham Art Club, 10am-1pm; proceeds hall and recreation ground funds.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St. Nicholas Church: A three day craft fayre and plant sale with free refreshments organised by the fundraising committee, 10am-5pm.

DANCES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Children's ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 2.15-3.15pm, £3. Contact 01493 445767.

SUNDAY, 30/05/2010

EVENTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival, 2-6pm followed by Songs of Praise.

BELTON. Belton Tavern: Fun Day, live bands, cake stall, face painting, bouncy castle, Striker, tombola, fun stocks, barbecue, raffle and more, 1-8pm; Karaoke from 8pm; donations for Smart Kids, Belton and Browston Youth Group and Stillborn Baby Trust.

CATFIELD. All Saints' Church: Day Out in Broadland: Quilting Festival, 10am-5pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Priory Centre, Priory Plain: Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival, 120-plus locally produced real ales and cider, musical entertainment, 11am-3pm and 5-11pm, www.gytcp.co.uk/events.

Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, Blackfriars Road: Flying Trapez Box, family craft drop-in activity, 12-4pm included in normal admission.

HADDISCOE. St Mary's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Flower Festival and craft demonstrations, 11am-5pm.

HAPPISBURGH. Lighthouse: Open Day, children under one metre height not allowed to climb the tower, 11am-4pm £2/childre (8-16) £1.

HOVETON. BeWILDerwood, Horning Road: Minty's Birthday Party, party games and activities, from 10am normal admission applies.

LODDON. Methodist Chapel, George Lane: Flower Festival - Two By Two, 12-5pm.

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.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St Nicholas Church: Day Out in Broadland, crafts, plants, cakes, tombola, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

RANWORTH. St Helen's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Conservation of Medieval Screens, featuring the 15th century painted rood screen in the church, talk by Lucy Wrapson from the Hamilton-Kerr Institute - Practicalities of Production: making Norfolk's medieval screens, 4pm.

SOTTERLEY. Sotterley Hall: Gardens open and teas, no dogs please, 2-5.30pm £3; proceeds St Margaret's Church.

STRUMPSHAW. RSPB Strumpshaw Fen: Dawn chorus walk, followed by tea/coffee and croissants, 4-6.30am £6/children £4/RSPB members £4/Wildlife Explorers £2; booking essential 01603 715191.

St Peter's Church: Flower Festival - Strumpshaw: an ideal village, 1-5pm.

Strumpshaw Steam Museum: Strumpshaw Steam Rally, full size and miniature steam engines, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, commercial and military vehicles, vintage tractors, fairground organs, arena events, trade stands, craft tent and more, 9.30am-5pm £8/children (13-15) £2 including museum entry.

Village: Gardens open, seven gardens open, 11am-5pm £3.50/under 12s free; proceeds St Peter's Church.

GIGS

HEMSBY. Seadell Bar: Micky Take, 9pm.

SALES

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

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

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

HOPTON. Potter's Leisure Resort, Zest Rooms; Stamp postcard fair, 10am-4pm.

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Craft fair, 10.30am-5pm £5/children (over five) £2.50 including garden entry.

MARTHAM. St. Mary's Parish Church: Cake stall, from 9am.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St. Nicholas Church: A three day craft fayre and plant sale with free refreshments organised by the fundraising committee, 10am-5pm.

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

MONDAY, 31/05/2010

EVENTS

ACLE. St Edmund's Church: About Acle Flower Festival, 10am-4pm.

CATFIELD. All Saints' Church: Day Out in Broadland: Quilting Festival, 10am-5pm.

HADDISCOE. St Mary's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Flower Festival and craft demonstrations, 11am-5pm.

HAPPISBURGH. Church Room: Coffee morning, with stalls, 10am-12; proceeds St Mary's Church.

Lighthouse: Open Day, children under one metre height not allowed to climb the tower, 11am-4pm £2/childre (8-16) £1.

Parish Church Tower: Thomas Marshall Memorial Staircase open, weather permitting, 1-4pm £2/children £1 (minimum height 4ft 7in).

HORSEY. Playing field: Traditional village fete, stalls, games, Norfolk Broads Concert Band, Ronaldo's ice-cream etc 2.30pm car park 50p.

HOVETON. BeWILDerwood, Horning Road: Minty's Birthday Party, party games and activities, from 10am normal admission applies.

Roys of Wroxham: Local Food Fair, stalls with 20 plus local food and drink producers, tastings, advice etc, 10am-4pm.

LODDON. Methodist Chapel, George Lane: Flower Festival - Two By Two, 10am-5pm.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St Nicholas Church: Day Out in Broadland, crafts, plants, cakes, tombola, refreshments, 10am-5pm.

RANWORTH. St Helen's Church: Art Alive in Norfolk - Conservation of Medieval Screens, featuring the 15th century painted rood screen in the church, conservation work being carried out by Lucy Wrapson from the Hamilton-Kerr Institute, 10am-12.30pm, plus answering questions at 4pm, talk by Spike Bucklow from the Hamilton-Kerr Institute - The Pigments of Medieval Painting, 4pm, talk by Lucy Wrapson - The rise of the figurative rood screen in East Anglia, 5.15pm.

SOTTERLEY. Sotterley Hall: Gardens open, plus traditional fete with stalls, games, teas etc, no dogs please, 2-5.30pm £3; proceeds St Margaret's Church.

STRUMPSHAW. St Peter's Church: Flower Festival - Strumpshaw: an ideal village, 11am-5pm.

Strumpshaw Steam Museum: Strumpshaw Steam Rally, full size and miniature steam engines, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, commercial and military vehicles, vintage tractors, fairground organs, arena events, trade stands, craft tent and more, 9.30am-5pm £8/children (13-15) £2 including museum entry.

FITNESS

SUTTON. 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.

HEMSBY. Seadell Bar: G, 9pm.

DANCES

SUTTON. Sutton Staithe Hotel:

Salsa day with Dance Cuban, music and dance, workshops and evening party, 10am to midnight, £20 all day, £8 evening only, in aid of Unicef for Haiti 8pm £5/concs £4, 07711 286047.

SALES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Homebase Store: Car boot, 8am-1pm pitches £5 on day; proceeds towards a defibrillator for the British Heart Foundation.

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Craft fair, 10.30am-5pm £5/children (over five) £2.50 including garden entry.

OULTON BROAD. St Mark's Church Centre, Bridge Road: Craft fair, light refreshments available, 10am-3pm 50p/accompanied children free; proceeds HopeHIV.

POTTER HEIGHAM. St. Nicholas Church: A three day craft fayre and plant sale with free refreshments organised by the fundraising committee, 10am-5pm.

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

TUESDAY, 01/06/2010

EVENTS

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

GORLESTON. James Paget Hospital, Burrage Centre: Norfolk and Waveney Prostate Cancer Support Group, talk by Julie Hayward of the Really Healthy Company - Complementary Nutrition Therapy for Cancer, 7-9pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, Blackfriars Road: Model Circus, family craft drop-in activity, 12-4pm included in normal admission.

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

HOVETON. Roys of Wroxham: Local Food Fair, stalls with 20 plus local food and drink producers, tastings, advice etc, 10am-4pm.

LUDHAM. How Hill Water Gardens: Garden Afternoon, teas and light refreshments available, 2-5pm £3/children 50p.

FITNESS

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.

Shrublands Youth and Adult Centre: Keep fit class incorporating basic martial arts moves to music, 9.30-10.30am.

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

GIGS

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

DANCES

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

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

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

SALES

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

WEDNESDAY, 02/06/2010

EVENTS

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.

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

Newtown Methodist Church Hall: Coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10.15am-noon.

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

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

HOVETON. Roys of Wroxham: Local Food Fair, stalls with 20 plus local food and drink producers, tastings, advice etc, 10am-4pm.

LUDHAM. Bridge: Ant Valley Walk, guided three mile circular walk to learn about some of the diverse wildlife in the Ant Valley, visiting either St Benet's Abbey or How Hill (depending on weather conditions and requests), 10am-1pm free; information 01603 756096 or 01692 678763.

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

RANWORTH. Staithe: Broads History Boat Trip, to St Benet's Abbey and return, half mile walk, 10.15am-12.15pm £9.50/children £7.50/family £30; booking essential 01603 755095/270453.

ROLLESBY. Village: Rollesby Ramble, three mile guided walk - find out history of the village, visit wetland next to Lily Broad, find out about role of the Welsh ponies in managing the wetlands, 10am-12 free but booking essential on 01603 756098 or 01692 671723.

FITNESS

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

DANCES

BECCLES. Waveney Centre: Salsa with Alegria, intermediates 8pm, beginners 8.30pm, 07710 205557.

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

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

THURSDAY, 03/06/2010

EVENTS

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

FLEGGBURGH. Common: Marshy Meanderings, learn about the wildlife found in the fen with the warders and history of the common, 10am-12 free but booking essential on 01603 756098 or 01692 671723.

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.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, Blackfriars Road: Magic Lantern, family craft drop-in activity, 12-4pm included in normal admission.

Salvation Army, Tolhouse Street: Coffee morning, 9-11.30am.

HOVETON. Roys of Wroxham: Local Food Fair, stalls with 20 plus local food and drink producers, tastings, advice etc, 10am-4pm.

FITNESS

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

GIGS

LUDHAM. Dog Inn, Ludham Bridge: The Coot Club (acoustic), 8.30pm.

DANCES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Adult beginners ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 7.15-8.15pm, £2.50. Contact 01493 445767.

GORLESTON. James Paget Hospital Burrage Centre: Salsa with Alegria, beginners 8pm, 07710 205557.

SALES

ACLE. Horners Acle Saleground, Old Norwich Road: Country auction and traditional market, 9am.

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