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PUBLISHED: 17:35 07 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:06 03 July 2010

FRIDAY, 08/01/2010

EVENTS

GORLESTON. Seagulls Children's Centre, Kingfisher Room: Healthy Start Baby Café, help and support for families, information, relaxed atmosphere, refreshments, 1-3pm.

FRIDAY, 08/01/2010

EVENTS

GORLESTON. Seagulls Children's Centre, Kingfisher Room: Healthy Start Baby Café, help and support for families, information, relaxed atmosphere, refreshments, 1-3pm.

St James: Said Communion, Jesus Christmas Party, 9.30 and 11am.

FITNESS

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

GIGS

CAISTER. California Tavern: The Wild Ones, 8.30pm.

DANCES

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: English country dancing, 7.30-9.45pm £2.

SATURDAY, 09/01/2010

FITNESS

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

GIGS

BURGH CASTLE. Burgh Hall Holiday Complex, Lords Lane: Polaris, 60s pop and rock 'n' roll, 8.30pm.

GORLESTON. Social Club, High Street: Rob Charles, 8.30pm.

DANCES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Litchfield Community Centre, Southtown: Children's ballroom dance classes, 2.15pm, 01493 445767.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Ballroom, sequence and social, 7.30-10.30pm; information 01692 403591.

SALES

ACLE. Parish Church: Farmers' market, 9am-1pm.

BELTON. John Green Institute: Coffee morning, raffle, bargain stalls, 10am - noon.

HOVETON. Wroxham Barns: Farmers' market, 10am-2pm.

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

SUNDAY, 10/01/2010

EVENTS

GREAT YARMOUTH. Peggotty Community Hall, Admiralty Road: God's Victorious Army Church, fresh fire revival, 12-2pm.

WINTERTON. Seal Hospital: Open day, 10.30am

SALES

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

MARTHAM. Village Hall: Car boot, 9am-noon.

MONDAY, 11/01/2010

EVENTS

GORLESTON. Oriel High School: Great Yarmouth Choral Society rehearsals for summer concert, new members welcome, 7.30pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Beatty Close Community Centre: Bingo, 6.30pm.

STALHAM. Library, High Street: Introduction to the Internet, 2-3.30pm free; booking essential 01692 580794 or ask a member of staff.

FITNESS

BELTON. John Green Institute: Yoga, please bring mat and towel, 10.30am £2, 01493 780194.

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

DANCES

HOVETON. Village Hall: Line, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm £3.50 all night, 01692 536471.

TUESDAY, 12/01/2010

EVENTS

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

CORTON. Methodist Church Hall: Craft fair, wheelchair access, 9.30am-3pm free; proceeds to British Heart Foundation.

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.

Library: Community Reiki group, 7-9pm £2 minimum donation for a 15-minute session, 01493 851308 after 4pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Fitness 2000, Southtown Road: Keep fit and reflexology for people with multiple sclerosis, 11am-12.15pm £2.50.

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

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.

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

HEMSBY. Village Hall: Gentle exercise, 10-11.30am £3.

GIGS

GORLESTON. Shrublands Community Centre, Hawthorn Road: Great Yarmouth Folk and Music Club, new acts welcome, 8pm.

DANCES

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

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07710 205557.

Northgate Hospital Social Club: Sequence and ballroom, 2-4.15pm £2.50 including refreshments, 01692 403591.

STALHAM. High School: Line, basics 7pm, beginners 7.30pm, improvers 8.30pm £3.50 all night, 01692 536471.

SALES

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

STALHAM. Town Hall: Table top, 8am-12.15pm.

WEDNESDAY, 13/01/2010

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.

TEACHA Development Centre, 40 South Quay: Drop-in healing and reiki clinic, 12.30-2pm, free meditation group, 4-5pm, 01493 331468.

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 1-1.45pm and 2.05-2.50pm, 01603 405858.

Beatty Close Community Centre: Bingo, 6.30pm.

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

The Rumbold Arms PH, Southtown Road: RAOB Pride of Great Yarmouth Lodge meeting (every Wednesday), 8pm.

Christchurch, King Street: Christchurch Women's Fellowship, speaker June Moss, 2.30pm.

HOVETON. Broadland Community Centre, Stalham Road: WEA 10 lecture series on The Story of Illuminated Manuscripts starts, with tutor Margaret Forrester, 10-11.45am £43.50 for series/unemployed free, 01692 630393 .

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

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

STALHAM. Youth Hall, Recreation Ground: Beat loneliness and come along to SWAN (women's mental health organisation), have support, make new friends and learn new skills, 11am-1pm.

FITNESS

GREAT YARMOUTH. New Bodies Fitness Centre: Salsacise, 7pm, 853375.

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

DANCES

BELTON. King's Head: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07710 205557.

HEMSBY. Village Hall: Dancing with Alegria, tap class 6.30-7.20pm, salsa class 8-9.30pm, 07710 205557.

ORMESBY ST MARGARET. Bracecamp Parish Hall: Ballroom, Latin and popular sequence with Peter and Joy, 2-4.30pm £1.50.

SALES

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

THURSDAY, 14/01/2010

EVENTS

BELTON. Village Green Children's Centre: Bumble Bee play sessions: 9.15-11am parent and toddler session for children under two; 1.15-3pm parent and toddler session for children over two, bookings: 01493 789562.

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.

ORMESBY ST MARGARET. Village Centre, Station Road: Scratby and California Residents Club meeting, 2pm.

FITNESS

GREAT YARMOUTH. Newtown Methodist Church: Bums, tums and legs and beginners yoga, 6 and 7pm, 07747720139.

High School: Adult only swimming sessions with Great Yarmouth Swimming Club, 7-8pm, 01493 751500.

DANCES

CAISTER-ON-SEA. Holy Trinity Church Hall: Salsa with Alegria, beginners 8-9.30pm, 07716 062364.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Grosvenor Casino, Shadingfield Lodge, Marine Parade: Salsa night, three-course Spanish themed meal, sangria and salsa dancing, followed by a salsa dance class, from 8pm £15, 01493 850444/07714 837302.

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

HEMSBY. Seacroft Holiday Village, Beach Road: Ceroc modern jive, beginners and intermediates 7.30-10.30pm, 07801 492358.

SUTTON. Sutton Staithe Hotel: Salsa with Dance Cuban, all levels, 8pm £5/concs £4.


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