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We are a group of enthusiastic readers who meet informally once a month on a Thursday to talk about the book we have read. Meetings are in readers' homes and books are chosen from the public library selection. Call Pat on 01328 258721 for more…
Community drama group meets at 7.30pm on a Monday and a Wednesday at Stanley's. All ages are welcome. For details contact Fiona
TURTLE KEY ARTS UNLOCKS CREATIVE POTENTIAL IN INDIVIDUALS, COMPANIES AND COMMUNITIES, PRODUCING AND DEVISING ORIGINAL, GROUND-BREAKING, INCLUSIVE ART TO ENTERTAIN AND INSPIRE. As creative producers they enable each project to reach its full artistic potential and ensure that participation and education is embedded at the…
The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed by the UK Cinema Association for UK cinemas. The scheme was introduced in 2004 and is one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they provide a consistent voluntary approach to making reasonable adjustments for…
The Upwell Gilbert and Sullivan Society is an amateur group that stages a full Gilbert and Sullivan show every spring. It also presents a Christmas concert and entertains at various events and functions throughout the year. New members are always welcome - although it's useful…
The music is varied and features both instrumentalists and vocalists alike performing music from The Great American Songbook through to Van Morrison - contemporary, mainstream and blues with a hint of mischievousness. The club usually meets on the last Sunday of the month.  
Situated in the heart of historical King’s Lynn, there’s plenty for all the family to enjoy at The Vancouver Quarter Shopping Centre. Adjacent to the bus station and a stone’s throw away from King’s Lynn railway station, the Vancouver Quarter is perfectly placed for visitors…
The Village Cinema in Snettisham is an outreach event organised by The Friends of St Mary's and happens once every month. Doors and bar open at 6.30pm for the 7pm screening.  £5 a ticket
Ukulele Players & Singers Wanted! We are a small, fun and friendly group who are learning to play the ukulele.  We are looking for additional members, all abilities welcome. We now meet on Tuesdays at Litcham Jubilee Hall from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, £2 per session…
A happy group learning the art of handbell ringing with the Watlington Handbell Ringers. A knowledge of music is not essential.