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    The Downham Market Theatregoers’ and Social Club runs trips to theatres, both local and in the West End, and organises outings and social events. The club, which has more than 200 members, holds monthly social meetings at the Town Hall (usually on the second Wednesday of the…
    Film night held at Downham Market Town Hall. Village Screen is a rural and community touring scheme providing quality film screenings in community venues throughout Norfolk.   Since 2005, Village Screen has become a vibrant and growing network of voluntary groups organising screenings for and…
    Experimental Wednesday at Eau Brink Studio is on the first Wednesday of each month from 10am till 4pm. Spend time using fabric, stitch and paints to create mixed media pieces of art and crafts. A lovely friendly group sharing ideas.  
    We show FREE films most Monday nights at 7pm throughout the year.  Why not join us?   Contact me for details of what's showing.  Children must be accompanied and film certification age restriction is applied. We have a licence to do this so we are legit.…
    The Fincham Histrionics is an all-age amateur dramatics group. New recruits, both cast and crew, are welcome. Contact Roy or Jan for more information.
    The Wolf Folk Club meets on alternate Thursdays (see calendar) at Wolferton Social Club. The club embraces all kinds of performance ranging from traditional folk songs performed in an authentic way through to amusing monologues or self-penned poems. Most meetings are a “singaround” format. Each…
    FoSH Support the museum financially. The Membership Scheme is a one off Life Membership payment of just £10 for an individual and £15 for a family. This gives you FREE access to all the museum galleries for life.
    Are you a budding Actor or Actress, like to sing and dance or like to join in the community spirit by helping. We would like to hear from you. The Foulden Players are always looking for people to join them, so look out for posters…
    The Fourville Players is a Grimston-based amateur dramatics group that presents shows, normally twice-a-year, at the Grimston Village Hall. The group rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    Gorefield Parish Council website contains all the local information for Gorefield residents. Churches, Community Hall & Pavilion, Computing, Entertainment, Gardening, Gorefield Show, Groups, Helplines, Locality, Local Maps, Notices, Scarecrow Week, Street Pride, Sports & Recreation, Village Voices,