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Wolfie steps up to the oche

PUBLISHED: 17:20 22 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:31 30 June 2010

ARROWS ace Martin 'Wolfie' Adams is stepping up to the oche at the Burrage Centre in Gorleston on Sunday, June 6.

The BDO world champion will be showcasing his darts skills in the Sandford Suite from 1.

ARROWS ace Martin 'Wolfie' Adams is stepping up to the oche at the Burrage Centre in Gorleston on Sunday, June 6.

The BDO world champion will be showcasing his darts skills in the Sandford Suite from 1.45 to 6pm.

Competitions, £4 to enter, are taking place every Monday and Tuesday in May, with one lucky player each night wining a game with Wolfie. Tickets, £4 adults and £2 children, are available on 01493 452684 or email burrage@hotmail.co.uk

Special VIP tables are also available for £125, including tickets, welcome drink from 12.30pm, a two course meal and a chance to meet Martin.

A Spring Ball is taking place at the Zest Room Potters Leisure Resort tomorrow (Saturday) in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The evening has been jointly co-organised by Louisa Norman, whose dad Barry suffers from the disease.

Entertainment continues to 1pm with live music from Harley Street, a raffle and auction.

Tables have sold out, but a limited number of tickets, £10, are available on the door from 9pm.

Essex medium Daniel Pitt will make his only trip to Norfolk this year when he visits Martham Spiritual Group on Tuesday.

Billed as “an opportunity to see this young man and witness the accuracy of his messages, coupled with his unique sense of humour,” he appears at Martham Village Hall at 7.30pm. Admission is £6. For details, call Norman on 01492 748005 or visit www.marthamspiritualgroup.co.uk.

Canework: self defence using a walking stick, with Instructor Kevin Garwood. Following recent TV, press and radio coverage of the canework exercise and self-defence system, a new beginners' class for the over 50s will be held on Wednesday, May 5, 10 to 11am at the Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road, Southtown. Cost £3.

If anyone is under 50 and working during the day who would like to train in canework, contact 01493 656538 and evening sessions can be arranged.

A medium will be bringing a touch of the paranormal when he does a demonstration at Caister Junior School later this month.

Steven Treadaway will be giving the demonstration next Wednesday at 7pm in the school hall, and it is recommended that tickets, which cost £6, are pre-booked as there are limited spaces. Please contact 01493 377190.

An exhibition entitled What does Gorleston mean to you? will be taking place at the Chapter House at St Andrew's Church in Gorleston on June 19. The event has been organised by the Gorleston-On-Sea Heritage Group and people are invited to submit poems, paintings, sketches and photographs.

The free exhibition will be held between 10am and 5pm with the aim to celebrate ten years of community archiving.


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