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The West Norfolk Artists Association was set up in October 2000 to promote visual art from this area of Norfolk. Now entering its second decade, the WNAA membership numbers around 120 and is open to artists of all abilities, from professionals to students. It embraces…
WNCT was set up to provide a range of safe, affordable door to door transport services for people who are unable to access public transport due to location, age or mobility issues. The aim of WNCT is to provide services for people which contribute to…
Flexibus is a ‘ring and ride’ service which anyone can use. There is no fixed timetable—the bus follows a route set by the pre-booked requests of passengers. All buses are fully accessible, with space for wheelchairs, child buggies and shopping. Flexibus connects Norfolk villages with…
We have an office at the Campinglands in Swaffham providing Dial-a-bus transport for the area and also community car schemes.
West Norfolk Walking for Health is an exciting project in Norfolk to encourage greater levels of sport and physical activity and includes a programme of walks based in West Norfolk. The walks, which vary in length, are led by volunteer walk leaders and put together in…
Westfields is a purpose-built two-storey care home situated in the market town of Swaffham. The home provides residential care for up to 40 people who are over 65 and no longer live in the community. It can also offer a rehabilitation service for up to three…
The second Whist night in March 2018 was most enjoyable and we had four tables in operation. It would be good to attract a few more to this light hearted sociable village event. Just turn up -it is very friendly and no experience is necessary.  You…
WISEArchive began in 2005. We are an oral history group run entirely by enthusiastic volunteers who record, transcribe and edit working-life stories. If you have worked in Norfolk and would like to record your recollections for future generations we would be delighted to hear from you.…
The Wissey U3A, named after the river Wissey, which flows through this part of Norfolk, was formed in July 1995 by Mrs. Betty Evans when the first meetings took place in her home. Sadly, Betty passed away in 1999. The Wissey U3A has grown steadily…
The WEA (Workers' Educational Association) is a charity and the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education, delivering 9,500 part-time courses for over 74,000 people each year in England and Scotland. It provides high quality, student-centred and tutor-led education for adults from all walks…