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Downham Croquet Club plays in the peaceful grounds of Stow Hall at Stow Bardolph. This must be one of the most beautiful and appropriate settings in which to play the game.
Downham Market & District Angling Association provides top-class coarse fishing in lake, river and drain venues in and around the picturesque town of Downham Market in the county of Norfolk. Situated between the gently rolling hills of West Norfolk and the imposing Fen flatlands, DM&DAA offers…
The University of the Third Age is a national movement for retired and semi-retired people who are keen to carry on learning and sharing knowledge, as well as making new friends. Our U3A is extremely popular, with membership of around 250. At the moment we…
The Short Mat Bowls Club meet on Fridays at the Leisure Centre, Bexwell Road at 7pm. Beginners are welcome, no match commitments.
The Downham Market and District Flower Club meets on the first Monday of the month at the Methodist Church Hall, Downham Market.
The Downham Market and District Horticultural Society meets on the second Monday of the month (excluding January and August) at the Town Hall, Downham Market. You don’t need to be a proficient gardener to enjoy membership of this society. Indeed you don’t need to be…
The Cameo Club (Come And Meet Each Other) is an opportunity for men and women of a certain age to enjoy a range of activities, such as, quizzes, games, keep fit, speakers and occasional music, along with a cup of tea or coffee. The club meets…
Downham Market Family History Society is a non-profit organisation set up to promote interest in family history. It is a small independent group and everyone is welcome. Its meetings are informal social occasions where you can come for a coffee and a chat and get help and advice on tracing…
The Downham Market Lecture Society is one of the longest established groups in the area. Throughout its history, the Society has organised a range of courses covering such subjects as opera, field archaeology, the abbeys of the Fens, the Renaissance tradition in the arts and ideas,…
Puzzles, board games and colouring.  Every Thursday 1.30 – 3.30pm.  For further information contact the library on 01366 383073.