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    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…
    Anyone interested in sewing or knitting are welcome to join this very friendly group. Most Wednesdays 2pm-4pm Enjoy a cup of tea and a cake! The fee to attend the group is £2 a meeting.    *Details correct at time of update 04/02/2020
    If you fancy having a chat to others while sharing knitting tips and patterns come along for our Knit and Natter sessions. Please bring along your own needles and wool. If you are new to knitting, chat to one of the group to get you…
    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,
    The club is held in the Village Hall Bar on the second Monday in the month. A small charge of £1.50 per session includes refreshments. Please check website for details of when the village hall re-opens. *Details correct at time of update 7/7/21 
    The Gallery for art+environment GroundWork shows works by contemporary artists who care about how we see the world. The Gallery was founded in July 2016 in a converted 1930s carpenter's workshop on the river Purfleet. There are three contemporary art exhibitions per year featuring artists…
    *Planning to meet as soon as restrictions allow  The Heacham Art Group is an informal all-abilities group that paints and draws for pleasure. Members are free to use any medium and to chose their subject matter. New members are welcome. There is a weekly subscription of £1…
    The Group meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month at Cunningham Court. Awaiting information about re-opening.  *Updated 16/11/2021
    Hilgay Silver Band was founded in 1896. Originally formed by farmers and land workers from the village and surrounding areas, the band has improved over the years and has now become one of Norfolk's premier bands. It competes each year at the East Anglian Spring…