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The Wash Art Group

The Wash Art Group was formed in April 2005.  We currently have 20 members and would welcome more. Members paint in various mediums (acrylics, oil, pastel, and watercolour) and each year the group organises several exhibitions. New members are welcome (bring your paints - tea and coffee…
Telephone:
01485 572844

Weeting Knit and Natter

Knit and Natter groups are friendly places where members get together over a tea or coffee to share patterns, learn new skills, admire the knitting, find out about new projects or just have a chat.
Telephone:
01842 810003, 01842 812323

Wellbeing Art Workshop

Relax with some popular mindfulness colouring pages, or let your creativity flow by drawing with the art supplies that  will be provided in a relaxed atmosphere with like-minded people. The group meet monthly.  No booking necessary, just come along and join in!  
Telephone:
0734 186 7105

E-mail
gary.freeman@nsft.nhs.uk

Website:
www.wellbeingnands.co.uk

Welle Stitched Up

Are you interested in any needlework craft and keen to meet with others to exchange ideas, swap patterns, get advice on a difficult project? Or would you like to learn how to sew or knit?  Welle Stitched Up is an Upwell-based needlework group that meets on…
Telephone:
07809 743805 - Muriel Johns, 07970 215799 - Jackie Percy

Website:
www.upwellparish.com/clubs-and-organistations

Wereham Crafty Group

Second Tuesday of every month in the village hall 10.30am until 12.30pm We are a group of crafters, not everybody makes things, some just come for the social! We make and sell crafts to raise money for the village hall and other worthwhile charities. We…
Telephone:
01366 501330

E-mail
rosemary.pease@btinternet.com

Website:
www.werehamvillagehall.co.uk

West Norfolk Artists Association

The West Norfolk Artists Association was set up in October 2000 to promote visual art from this area of Norfolk. Now entering its second decade, the WNAA membership numbers around 120 and is open to artists of all abilities, from professionals to students. It embraces…
Telephone:
01485 570506

E-mail
westnorfolkartists@gmail.com

Website:
www.westnorfolkartists.org

West Norfolk Arts Centre Painting Courses

The Old School House art studio provides both beginners and experienced artists alike the opportunity to realise their creative potential. The studio is situated in the centre of Castle Rising, a delightful conservation village bordering the Royal Sandringham Estate. The village provides an abundance of architectural…
Telephone:
01553 631689

E-mail
info@westnorfolkarts.co.uk

Website:
www.westnorfolkarts.co.uk

West Norfolk Flower Club

The West Norfolk Flower Club meets on the first Wednesday of the month at the Village Hall, South Wootton.
Telephone:
01603 928332

E-mail
liz.cullington@tiscali.co.uk

Website:
www.nafas.org.uk/

West Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Stroke Group - art

Art can be very therapeutic and can be a very effective tool to help with your recovery after a stroke. The group provides four-week block sessions of arts and crafts and we host three blocks a year. You don't need a referral to access these…
Telephone:
01366 377803, 07515 596 953

E-mail
gemma.smith@stroke.org.uk

Website:
www.stroke.org.uk

West Norfolk IPMS Scale Model Club

The West Norfolk IPMS (International Plastic Modelling Society) Scale Model Club meets on the first and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the William Burt Social Club, West Winch. Its modelling takes all shapes and forms from aircraft, armour, ships, cars, bikes and trains, to figures from…
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