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Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Tips from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust on personal safety.
Telephone:
020 7091 0014

E-mail
info@suzylamplugh.org

Website:
http://www.suzylamplugh.org/

Thetford Library - Books & Boots Walking Book Club

A gentle walking book group enabling people to share what they are reading. Meeting at Thetford Library, our new regular route will be via Spring Walk and into the BTO Nunnery Lakes Reserve. Parts of the walk are not suitable for wheelchairs; stout and waterproof…

Tittleshall Walking Group

A friendly group who share a love of walking and being outdoors. We meet on the last Saturday of each month at 2pm at the village hall. In recent months our walks have taken us not only around the village but sometimes we travel and…
Telephone:
01328 258721

Website:
www.tittleshall.com

Toadwatch at Great & Little Massingham

Successfully saving the toad, frog and newt populations. Volunteer to help and for information, contact John. "How you can help Amphibians and other creatures in your gardens Please take a look at your own fencesand see if wildlife can migrate through your garden. In recent…
Telephone:
01603 812472

E-mail
massingham@toadwatch.org

Upper Nar Gardeners

We are an informal group of enthusiastic gardeners, organised by volunteers. Our meetings are open to everyone, not just Mileham residents, so if you’re interested in gardening please come along. We welcome people at all levels, especially beginners. Details of our meetings and events can…
Telephone:
01328 701839 - Kathy Gray, 01328 701309 - Barney Ryder

E-mail
kathygrayc@aol.combarnesryder@btinternet.com

Website:
www.mileham.info

Volunteer Master Gardeners

Growing Communities is a new project in Breckland and West Norfolk! Garden Organic, together with Family Action Swaffham, are looking for Volunteer Master Gardeners to support and encourage people and communities to grow food, whether this is at home, on windowsills or at community gardens. …
Telephone:
07454 509692

E-mail
breavill@gardenorganic.org.uk

Website:
www.gardenorganic.org.uk

Volunteering Opportunities at Dementia Adventure

Dementia Adventure create specially designed short-breaks and holidays for people living with dementia and dementia-friendly park and woodland walks. They are always interested in hearing from volunteer helpers for both walks and holiday breaks. Dementia Adventure is an award winning social enterprise that provides training,…
Telephone:
01245 237548

E-mail
info@dementiaadventure.co.uk

Website:
www.dementiaadventure.co.uk

Walpole Gardeners Club

The Club was formed in Septemeber 2000 to bring together everyone with an interest in gardening within the Walpole villages and surrounding areas. Memebers vary from the complete novice to professional gardeners, so all are welcome. We hold monthly meetings throughout the year with guest…
Telephone:
01945 780251 - Sue Hutcheson, 01945 780409 - Gillian Gosling

E-mail
hutchlem@aol.com

Website:
http://www.walpole.gardenersclubsocieties.co.uk/

The Weeting Walkers

The Weeting Walkers meet every Tuesday morning, starting at the Saxon Pub, between 9.20am and 10am. The walks are organised as part of the Ramblers and are short but brisk. Walkers are encouraged to walk at their own pace. No need to book, just turn…
Telephone:
01760 756455

Well Creek Trust

The Well Creek Trust is a charity dedicated to maintaining the survival of the Well Creek River that runs through Upwell, Outwell, Nordelph and Salters Lode in West Norfolk. It is an important inland navigation link between the Nene and the Great Ouse rivers. If…
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