Age UK Norfolk′s Advocacy Service provides independent advocates to help older people speak up for themselves. The service supports older people to assert their rights when decisions need to be made that affect their lives. For free, confidential advice, contact Age UK Norfolk’s advice telephone…
The Afternoon Tea & Chat is held in the Village Hall, Beachamwell, on the third Wednesday of the month at 2pm
We provide entertainment and activities for older people in Swaffham and District, including organising outings, events and fundraising. We run a Befriending Scheme and a Hospital Buddy Service financed by the Big Lottery.
Age Concern members normally meet on the last Tuesday of each month in the Assembly rooms, unless they have a trip out.  Everyone is welcome, so just turn up.  They have a membership scheme which costs £5 per year
Should you have large items of furniture or white goods that are suitable for sale in our shops and you wish to donate them then let us take them for you in our collection van. Collections are free and we cover the whole of Norfolk.…
If you've been diagnosed with dementia, Side by Side is a new, free service from Alzheimer's Society that will help you do the things you love - or try something new. With the support of a local volunteer you can continue doing the things you…
Tips and inspiration in a modern equipped Art Studio. There are different classes available everyday.Two sessions 10am until 12.15 then 12.30 until 2.45.Each Session costs £10 and there may be a small charge for materials depending on the session and what is required.The studio is available…
Art for Pleasure is an Art Group which meets on Thursday mornings at the Weeting Village Hall. All abilities and new members are welcome.
The Swaffham Art Group meet at the Community Centre on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 2.15pm There is an annual fee of £24
Our Garden Club was formed in July 2004 at Ashill Community Centre by ten enthusiastic gardeners who formed a committee and established aims. It is good to know that most of those founder members remain with the Club – and that the £6 annual subscription…