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East Anglian Film Archive

The East Anglian Film Archive's collection comprises around 12,000 hours of film and up to 30,000 hours of videotape. Most of the content relates to the East of England region but it also includes collections of national and international interest. All of the material is…
Telephone:
01603 592 664

E-mail
eafa@uea.ac.uk

Website:
www.eafa.org.uk

East Marshland Benefice Choir

Do you enjoy singing? If so, would you like to join us in the choir? We are a very small, friendly group and regularly practise, for one hour, on a Wednesday evening. You need not be a regular Church-goer, however attendance at the monthly 5…
Telephone:
01945 464895

East Winch Country & Western

Tuesday evenings at the Village Hall in East Winch. A nice friendly evening - just listen to the music or dance-whatever you like No bar - Tea and Coffee available £6 Admission - 50p Raffle
Telephone:
07837 306621

Website:
www.eastwinchandwestbilney.co.uk/village-hall

Emneth and West Walton Children's Centre

Emneth & West Walton Children’s Centre provides a friendly service for families from pregnancy until your youngest child reaches 5 years old. We work in partnership to provide a range of child and family health services including Baby massage, child health clinics and oral health promotion.…
Telephone:
01945 582401-Option 2 for Children's Centre

E-mail
office@emneth-nur.norfolk.sch.uk

Website:
Emneth and West Walton Childrens Centre website

Fakenham Choral Society

The Fakenham Choral Society is a choir of around 100 members from the town and surrounding villages. Its repertoire embraces both sacred and secular music. The choir meets to rehearse every Tuesday evening, from September to June, at the Salvation Army Hall, Fakenham. It gives…
Telephone:
01362 668938 - Secretary, 01485 544335 - Concert Tickets, 01328 738482 - Membership Secretary

Website:
www.fakenhamchoralsociety.co.uk

Fenland Community Arts - Creative Courses to Improve Mental Health

Cambridge Community Arts was formed in March 2014 to provide high quality creative learning accessible to all.  Our vision is that everyone can achieve their potential if they engage with their inner artist. It is our mission to promote positive change in individuals, communities and…

Fincham Chorus

The Fincham Chorus is a mixed-voice choir that sings a wide and varied repertoire. New members are welcome. There are no auditions and it is not essential to read music. Membership costs £10 a year and there is a weekly charge of 50p per session.…

Fincham Histrionics

The Fincham Histrionics is an all-age amateur dramatics group. New recruits, both cast and crew, are welcome. Contact Roy or Jan for more information.
Telephone:
01366 347407 Roy Claydon, 01366 347304 Jan Trattle

FitSteps - Fitness that's 'Strictly' Fun

FITSTEPS CLASSES MONDAY - 11am-12noon- Heacham Public Hall MONDAY - 6.30pm-7.30pm - Ingoldisthorpe Village Hall THURSDAY - 6pm-7pm -  Snettisham Memorial Hall FitSteps is a dance/fitness programme created by ‘Strictly’s’ professional dancers Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe. They have combined the best known Latin and…
Telephone:
07765 433100

Website:
www.facebook.com

Folk Dancing

Brancaster Staithe Folk dancing is held in the Village Hall, Brancaster on the third Monday of the Month. Come Dancing once a month - no, not Strictly, but Folk Dancing. You just need to walk and everybody will help you to go in the right direction.  No…
Telephone:
01485 210587

Website:
www.bsbdvh.org.uk/folk-dancing.html

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