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Held every Thursday in the Village Hall, Upwell.
Dogs for Good is a pioneering charity that provides specially-trained assistance dogs for people with physical disabilities. Its dogs can offer greater independence through practical support such as picking up dropped items, opening doors, helping with dressing and undressing, and even emptying the washing machine.
bbey Farm is set in East Walton, a small village ten miles east of Kings Lynn, in the heart of West Norfolk, with its quiet lanes, tracks and paths, we are a mixed arable and livestock working farm. If you are visiting West Norfolk, Abbey Farm offers…
Held weekly on a Monday evening at Tilney All Saints. New members welcome
If you are blind or partially sighted, a guide dog could change your life. There's no upper age limit, people in their 70s, 80s and 90s have become successful guide dog owners. You don't need to have lost all your sight, most people who own a guide…
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity and centre of excellence in training hearing dogs to alert deaf people to everyday household sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and in public buildings.
Rebecca Hurn offers a domestic cleaning and companionship service to those households who aren't able to do as much as they once could and at the same time offering conversation and company. Rebecca can help with; Dusting Vacuuming  Cleaning floors  Bathrooms, showers toilets etc Kitchen cupboards,…
We are very lucky to have Alison Poulter to provide dog training classes in the hall. Paws4fun is kennel club listed. Our obedience courses follow the kennel club good citizen scheme. It is the UK's largest dog training scheme and qualifications can be transferred to any…
Medical Detection Dogs is a charity that works in partnership with researchers, NHS Trusts and universities. Its aim is to train specialist dogs to detect the odour of human disease. Its Medical Alert Assistance Dogs are trained to assist people who manage complex medical conditions on a day-to-day…
There are a number of mobile pet grooming services operating in the West Norfolk area, and there others that will collect and return your pet. Services vary between operators but might include, for example, bathing, drying, claw-clipping grooming, flea and worm treatments and micro-chipping. Make sure…