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    Lovely place to meet new friends or find a new hobby. Lovely way to relax and have a cup of tea and get creative. Children welcome too. Adults - £5.50 children under 5 free - over 5 years £2 We are a non profit group so all…
    Samphire Quilters were founded in 1991 after an exhibition by Norfolk Quilters at the local museum. The group has made and presented two quilts to the Town Hall and both are now hanging in the Gaol House. It makes quilts and other items regularly for…
    Shoestring Theatre Company was formed in 1985 and has been producing plays and pantomimes ever since. We produce a pantomime around Christmas and several other productions throughout the year. We perform at local events such as the Brandon Carnival, events on the Market Hill and…
    SHOULDHAM LADYBIRDS The Ladybirds meet on the third Tuesday of the month. 7.30pm. We use two venues for our get together ... the Village Hall or the Bowls Club ... unless we are attending a special event away from the village. We are a small…
    Sing for Joy! choir are North Norfolk community singing groups taking place in various locations. They are for anyone who enjoys singing, regardless of ability. Each session lasts one-and-a-half hours and the cost is either £8 per session or if you pay for a full half…
    Snettisham Art Group is a friendly group of like minded amateur painters who meet on a Tuesday and Thursday at British Legion Hall from 9.30am. For more details please contact Les. *Updated 18/08/2021    
    If your missing interacting face to face with like minded others then join us for some light hearted banter, or even a heavy discussion on the merits of different fabrics, threads and other crafting materials. Or if you prefer to just sit and listen to…
     10.00 am – 1.00 pm.  Weekly every Friday.  Contact Alison at Alison@alisonking.co.uk *Details correct at time of update 27/10/2021
    We put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games. By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, we're finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities.…
    Spectrum Art and Craft are a group who meet every Thursday between 9.30am and 12.30pm to paint etc. at the London Road Methodist Church Hall in King's Lynn. *Correct at time of update 26/07/2021