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Our mission at the Beyond Food Community Interest Company is to inspire people who are at risk of, or have experienced, homelessness to gain meaningful employment. To us, meaningful employment is emotionally, economically and intellectually fulfilling to the individual, as well as beneficial to the…
In the heart of the Norfolk countryside, just 5 miles outside the Historic town of King's Lynn, Blackborough End Equestrian Centre LLP has an ideal location, with mile upon mile of off road hacking literally on the doorstep. With a choice of quality horses and…
The book club usually meets every third Tuesday in the month. New members welcome but please contact Maureen Boles if you are interested in coming along. £1 per session - refreshments provided. We are a small friendly group who read a variety of books for pleasure…
Brandon Library is located inside the town's Brandon Centre building and is open from Tuesday to Sunday with regular events and activities. Opening Times: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10.00am - 5.30pmWednesday: 10.00am - 2.00pmThursday: 10.00am - 5.30pmFriday: 10.00am - 7.00pmSaturday: 10.00am - 1.00pm and 2.00pm -…
Breaking Free Group's mission is to increase people's access to effective behaviour change interventions and empower them to overcome their addictive behaviours, wherever possible through self-management. Since 2010 our UK-based team of clinical, health and research psychologists has developed evidence-based digital interventions for problem drinking,…
BUILD is an Norfolk based independent charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities. BUILD provides a wide range of daytime and evening activities for adults with disabilities ranging from a weekly social, leisure and learning club in…
Our committee of local people run an Autumn and a Spring course of lectures and a Spring Day School at the Burnham Market Village Hall. As part of the Government Adult Education programme the WEA is now over 100 years old.
The Care to Learn scheme can help with childcare costs while you study. You must be aged under 20 at the start of your course. The scheme is available for publicly-funded courses in England. This includes courses in: schools sixth-forms in schools sixth-form colleges
Castle Quilters meet once a month at Swaffham Community Centre.
This course is aimed at anyone who are interested in working and caring for young children. The course will enable you to achieve the CACHE Level 1 Award Caring for Children. On this course you will learn about growth and development, practical health and safety,…