Diary June 17-23

WEDNESDAY, 17/06/2009EVENTSBRANDON. Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Adult Bible study, youth and children's clubs, 6.30-8pm.Breckland Middle School: Thetford District Railway Club, 7.

WEDNESDAY, 17/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Adult Bible study, youth and children's clubs, 6.30-8pm.

Breckland Middle School: Thetford District Railway Club, 7.30-10pm, 01842 814999.


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EAST HARLING. Sports and Social Club: Harling and District Social Support Group, talk on Fire Prevention, 10.30am.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

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KING'S LYNN. Red Mount Chapel and South Gate: Open Day, 11am-3pm �1 for entry to both sites.

SWAFFHAM. Parish Church Rooms: Scallywags toddler group (term time), toys, craft, drinks, snack and more, new families always welcome, 9.30-11.30am, 01760 724236.

Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Healing Rooms, book an appointment for healing sessions, 10am-12, 01760 723175.

THETFORD. Toy Library, Fulmerston Road: Toy library, play session including snack and craft activity, 9am-12 �1 per family.

Church of the Nazarene: Coffee morning, with free coffee, 9am-1pm.

Methodist Church Hall: Thetford Leg Club (TLC), free leg care/check by trained nurses, for any age group, 9am-12.30pm.

Riversdale, Tanner Street: Amoghasiddhi Buddhist Centre, meditation classes, 12-1pm �4, 01953 451937.

St Michael's Close Community Room: Thetford Elders' Lunch Club, freshly cooked lunch, �4, 01842 763722.

Abbey Neighbourhood Centre: Bingo, adults only, refreshments, 2-4pm.

Grenville Way Scout Hut: Beavers, 5�-8 years, 6.30-7.45p, 01842 764721 after 4pm.

Room 34, Rosemary Musker High School: Thetford Youth and Community Chess Club, junior and adult sessions, 6.30-8.30pm, 01842 755182.

WATTON. Community Room, Lime Tree Walk: Watton & District Carers Group, support and friendship for carers, 2-4pm 0845 241 0968.

WEETING. Village Hall: Weeting Weenies, parent/carer and toddler group, all welcome, 0-4 years, 10am-12.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Breckland Forest Gymnastics Club, training at various levels, details 01842 815218.

Sports Centre: Fitness class for the unfit, 6-6.30pm; beginners pilates, 6.45-7.45pm; pilates for experienced, 7.45-8.45pm.

Leisure Centre: Spinning, cardiovascular training session using fixed wheel bikes, 6.30-7.30pm.

SWAFFHAM. Meet Buttercross car park: Walking for Health, weekly White Hart Walk (2.5 miles), 9.30am, turn up or telephone 01362 656344/656820.

Campingland Car Park, by the Community Centre: Tai chi in the Park (weather permitting), 10.30-11.30am, donations to Swaffham and Litcham Home Hospice, 01760 724170.

THETFORD. Cloverfield Community Church: Pilates, fitness class, 10-11am, 01842 815074.

Grammar School: Thetford Judo Club, 8-9pm.

WATTON. Junior School: Kuk Sool Won, martial art, suitable for all ages, 6.30-8pm.

Youth Centre: Tae Kwon Do, Saracen Martial Arts, first lesson free, 7-8pm, 01953 882034.

Sports Centre: Table tennis, juniors 6.30pm, seniors 7.30pm.

DANCES

BRANDON. Community Centre, Bury Road: Ballroom and popular sequence tea dance, 2-4pm �2.50.

CARBROOKE. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin, class 7-8pm �4.25, 01953 455500 (Sandra). Le Roc modern jive with the Jive Cub, beginners and improvers 8-10pm �5, 01953 455500 (Sandra).

SAHAM TONEY. Wells Cole Community Centre, Bell Lane: Ballroom and Latin dance class, 7-8pm; Le Roc/Modern Jive with the Jive Club, beginners and improvers, 8-10pm �5.

THURSDAY, 18/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Baptist Church: Coffee morning, 9.30-11.30am.

Harvest Centre, Brandon Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Healing Rooms ministry, 5.30-8.30pm, appointments on 01842 828537.

EAST WINCH. Carpenters Arms: Quiz night, 8.30pm; proceeds PDSA animal charity.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

SWAFFHAM. Baptist Church, Station Street: J's for children 6-10 years, with games, art and craft, puppets, music etc, 5.30-7pm �1 per child; J's+ for 11-16 years, with games, puppets, music, drama, chill out time, etc, 7.15-9pm �1 per child, 01760 725349.

THETFORD. King's House: Bike to Work Breakfast, free breakfast for those cycling to work via the King's House, 7.30-10am.

Riversdale Centre, Tanner Street: Thetford healers session, open to public, 9.30-11.30am free, donations accepted.

Abbey Neighbourhood Centre: Matthew House Project, needle exchange and community drop-in, 12-2pm.

Norwich Road School: Phase One Theatre Group, rehearsals (term time), 4.30-6pm.

Fulmerston Church, Pine Close: Big Sitting Room youth group, 13-18 years, 7-9pm.

United Reform Church: Thetford Flower Club demonstration, 7.30pm.

WATTON. Pentecostal Church, Old Dereham Road: Noah's Ark toddler and baby group, 9.30-11.30am, 01953 881358; Noah's Ark 3-5s and parents/carers, 1.30-3pm �1 per family, 01953 882986.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Breckland Forest Gymnastics Club, training at various levels, details 01842 815218.

Leisure Centre: Tumblers coffee morning, for mothers and toddlers, 9.30-11.30am.

Leisure Centre: Legs, bums and tums, low/medium impact aerobic class, 6.30-7.30pm.

GREAT HOCKHAM. Village Hall: Taekwondo/self defence, first lesson free, 7-8pm, 01953 882848.

THETFORD. Norfolk Natural Health Clinic: C'hi gung, 10am-12, 01842 820121.

Cloverfields Church Hall: Kickboxing tuition for adults and children, from 7 years, 6.30pm, 07759436272.

WATTON. Youth Centre: Apollo Kickboxing Academy, junior classes 8-13 years, 6.30-7.30pm; senior classes, 14+, 7.30-8.30pm, 01953 883965.

DANCES

ATTLEBOROUGH. Scout Hall, Station Road: Ballroom and Latin practice session, 7.30-9pm �3.25.

Scouts Hall, Station Road: Ballroom and Latin practice, 7.30-9pm �3.25, 01953 455500 (Sandra).

CARBROOKE. Village Hall, Church Street: Carbrooke Sequence Dance Club, tuition 7.30-8pm, dancing 8-10.15pm �1.50.

WATTON. Junior School: Adult class, ladies belly dancing, 7-8.30pm, 01953 880974.

FRIDAY, 19/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. The Harvest Centre, Brandon Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Christian Motorcyclists' Association, 7-9pm, 07765 362039.

CARLETON RODE. Parish Church: Festival of Quilts and Flowers, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

KING'S LYNN. St Faith's Church Rooms, Gayton Road, Gaywood: Summer Festival: St Faith's Art Group annual art show - The Spirit of the Age, craft workshops and demonstrations throughout the day, 10am-4pm.

Tales of the Old Gaol House: Guided walk - Historic Lynn, 2pm �4/concs �3/children �1, 01553 774297.

SWAFFHAM. Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Coffeetots for parents/carers and pre-school children, 10am-12 �1 first adult, 25p per child, 50p extra adult (including refreshments).

Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Powapak, for children aged 5-9, fun, games, crafts, 6-7pm 50p.

Ex-Servicemen's Social Club, Lynn Street: Super meat draw, 10pm tickets 5 for �2 from club.

THETFORD. Toy Library, Fulmerston Road: Toy library, play session including snack and craft activity, 9am-12 �1 per family.

Fulmerston Christian Fellowship: Parent and toddler group, term time only, 9.15-10.45am.

Kings Court, Earl Street: Cancer Support Group, 10-11.30am.

St Michael's Close Community Room: Thetford Elders' Lunch Club, freshly cooked lunch, �4, 01842 763722.

Laburnum Grove Day Centre, Elm Road: Age Concern lunches, 3-course lunch, transport available 1pm �3.60, bookings 01842 750088.

Church of the Nazarene: Friday Club, term time, ages 5-10, 6-7.30pm.

WATTON. Pentecostal Church, Old Dereham Road: Friendship club, meet new people, chat, tea/coffee, 10am-12, 01953 881358.

WEETING. Primary School: Summer fete, 3.30-6pm.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Leisure Centre: A social and fun filled session for the more mature person, with light aerobics, badminton, gym time and coffee, 10am-12 and 12-2pm.

Leisure Centre: Badminton, experienced players welcome, 7.30-9.30pm.

THETFORD. Breckland Leisure Centre: Thetford Rollerskating Club, for boys and girls from 4 years, tuition, grades and certificates, skate hire available, 4.55pm.

CONCERTS

KING'S LYNN. Town Hall: West Norfolk Music Society and Festival presents David Neil Jones (piano), programme of music by Mozart, Debussy, Chopin and Tchaikovsky, 7.30pm �10, 01553 764864 or from Lewks (Downham Market), the Mace Store & Garage (Whittington) and limited supply on door.

GIGS

BANHAM. Barrel: Faith, 8pm �3.

DANCES

BECK ROW. Community Centre: Square dance classes, 8-10pm first evening free.

WATTON. Queens Hall: Ballroom, Latin, sequence and party with Christine and Peter, with 1940s theme, 7.45-11pm �3.50.

SALES

CRANWORTH. Village Hall: General auction, entries from 1pm, auction 6pm, 07940 212256 (Gerry).

HOLME HALE. Village Hall: General auction, book in from 12.30pm, entries from 1.30pm, starts 6pm; information 01362 851475.

MARHAM. Sandringham Centre, RAF Marham: Farmers' market, 9am-2pm.

SWAFFHAM. Assembly Rooms, Market Place: Indoor market with cakes, plants, cards, books, crafts, collectables, knitted garments, supported by the Iceni Partnership, 9am-1pm.

SATURDAY, 20/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Baptist Church Hall: Brandon Art Society annual art show and sale of work (to June 27, not Sundays), 10am-4pm.

BURY ST EDMUNDS. Quaker Meeting House: St Johns Street Fair, organised by the Bury Bipolar Group, with refreshments, home-made cakes, bric-a-brac, books, videos, tombola and raffle, also a chance to talk about Bipolar Affective Disorder and mental health in general, 11am-3pm.

CARLETON RODE. Parish Church: Festival of Quilts and Flowers, refreshments available, 10am-5pm.

DEREHAM. Mid Norfolk Railway: Fish and Chip Special, 6.30pm �13.50/children �9, 01362 851723.

ELVEDEN. Elveden Estate Courtyard,: Elveden twilight walk, three and six mile walks, raffle, from 5.30pm �5/under 16s and dogs on leads �2.50 (pay on day); proceeds West Suffolk Alzheimer's Society.

FORNCETT ST. MARY. Forncett Industrial Steam Museum: Forncett Fete, stalls, games, raffle, face painting and more, 2-4.30pm.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

KING'S LYNN. Red Mount Chapel and South Gate: Open Day, 11am-3pm �1 for entry to both sites.

St Faith's Church Rooms, Gayton Road, Gaywood: Summer fair, stalls, games, face painting, refreshments and more, 2.30-4pm; for church funds.

St Faith's Church, Gayton Road, Gaywood: Summer Festival: Puppet show staged by St Faith's Church Puppet Ministry Team, 1pm. Summer Festival: St Faith's Art Group annual art show - The Spirit of the Age, craft workshops throughout the day, 10am-4pm.

Tales of the Old Gaol House: Guided walk - Historic Lynn, 2pm �4/concs �3/children �1, 01553 774297.

LAKENHEATH. RSPB Lakenheath Fen: Pond dipping for adults, 1-3pm �4/RSPB members �2; booking essential 01842 863400.

LITTLE ELLINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Flower festival, 10.30-5pm.

OXBOROUGH. Oxburgh Hall: Boys and Their Toys, displays by various model clubs, Bittern Amateur Radio Club broadcasting, 12-4pm normal admission applies.

PENTNEY. Narborough Road: Barbecue, bring own drinks, 6pm �5; proceeds village hall.

STOW BEDON. Stow Bedon Hall, Lower Stow Bedon: Stow Bedon and Breckles Village Fete, stalls, games, jazz band, refreshments, 2-4pm; proceeds the two parish churches and local charities.

SWAFFHAM. Methodist Church: Coffee morning, 9.30am-12; for church funds.

Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Oasis Snack Bar, 10am-2pm.

St Peter and St Paul Parish Church: Coffee morning, 9.30am-12.

THETFORD. Toy Library, Fulmerston Road: Toy library, play session including snack and craft activity, 12-2pm �1 per family.

Laburnum Grove Day Centre, Elm Road: Age Concern lunches, 3-course lunch, transport available 1pm �3.60, bookings 01842 750088.

WRETHAM. Village Hall: Breckland Art Group art and craft exhibition, 10am-4pm.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Leisure Centre: Badminton, 10am-12.

SHOWS

KING'S LYNN. King's Lynn Corn Exchange, Tuesday Market Place: Masters of the Musical (songs from the shows), 7.30pm �18/concs �17, 01553 764864.

CONCERTS

CARLETON RODE. Parish Church: Festival Concert featuring D'Capo, a summer medley to suit all tastes, 7.30pm �4 including light refreshments, 01953 860294/789386.

THETFORD. Carnegie Room: The Armed Man with the Thetford Singers and full orchestra, 7.30 �7 (�6).

GIGS

SWAFFHAM. Ex-Servicemen's Club: live entertainment, members �1, guests �2, non-members �5.

DANCES

CARBROOKE. Village Hall: Variety of dance styles from 3 upwards, displays, shows and exams with IDTA, 9.30am-2pm, Carol 07887770082.

RAF MARHAM. Sandringham Centre: Marham Dance Club, all ages, hip hop and more, 9.30-11.30am.

WRENINGHAM. Village Hall: Dance to live music by Gemini (50s-60s), 8.15pm �5.50; for hall funds.

SALES

WEETING. Village Hall: Equestrian table top, old and new saddlery welcome, doors 2pm, tables (supplied) �5 in advance only on 07788 446944.

SUNDAY, 21/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Baptist Church Hall: Brandon Art Society annual art show and sale of work (to June 27, not Sundays), 10am-4pm.

Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Worship celebration and the Word, 10am.

Methodist Church (opp Tesco): Service led by the Rev Edwin Softley, 11am.

CARLETON RODE. Parish Church: Festival of Quilts and Flowers, refreshments available, 11am-5pm.

DEREHAM. Dereham/County Schools Stations: Mid-Norfolk Railway Preservation Trust Classic Transport Day, something for Father's Day, 1970s vehicles plus a freight train demonstration.

FLORDON. Village: Flordon Open Gardens, visit the gardens, parish church and Little Hen Rescue, teas and plants available, 12-6.30pm �3.50/under 12s free; proceeds to Flordon Church.

GRIMSTON. Grimston and Pott Row: Open gardens, 10 village gardens (six previously unseen), tickets from any participating garden or St Botolph's Church, 1-6pm �3/accompanied children under 15 free.

KING'S LYNN. Hardwick Road Cemetery: Guided cemetery walk, 2-4pm donations; meet war memorial (lodge side).

St Faith's Church, Gayton Road, Gaywood: Summer Festival, holy communion 8am, festival celebration 8.45am, cafe style informal worship (church rooms) 11.30am, evening praise 6.30. Summer Festival - St Faith's Art Group annual art show - The Spirit of the Age, 11am-4pm (craft workshops and demonstrations from 11am).

LITTLE ELLINGHAM. St Peter's Church: Flower festival, 10.30-5pm.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

MERTON. St Peter's Church: Open day, local history display, brass rubbing, light lunches and teas, 12-5pm.

OXBOROUGH. Oxburgh Hall: Boys and Their Toys, displays by various model clubs, Bittern Amateur Radio Club broadcasting, 12-4pm normal admission applies. Garden open for National Gardens Scheme, hall and moat surrounded by lawns, fine trees, French-design parterre garden, orchard, woodland walks, 11am-5pm garden entry only �3.90/children �2.25.

STOW BEDON. St Botolph's Church: Patronal festival with holy communion, 10.30am.

SWAFFHAM. Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Breckland Christian Fellowship, worship and ministry, 10.30am.

Community Centre: Aphesis Community Church meets every Sunday to celebrate Jesus, 10.30am.

Community Centre, Beech Close, Campingland: Swaffham Spiritual Awareness Group, Steven Schooling (Wisbech), 6.30pm �2.50, 0800 4586 728.

Ex-Servicemen's Social Club, Lynn Street: One house jackpot bingo, 9.30pm.

THETFORD. Cloverfield Community Church, Rosecroft Way: Service, 10am.

Church of the Nazarene, Croxton Road: Service, 10.45am.

WELLINGHAM. Manor House Farm: Garden open for National Gardens Scheme, four-acre garden including formal quadrants with obelisks, small arboretum, pleached lime walk, Taj garden with old-fashioned roses, small herd of Formosan Sika deer, 2-6pm �3.50/children free.

WEREHAM. Village: Open gardens, 12 vintage gardens open, teas, plant stall, raffle, maps from the church from 1.45pm, 2-5.30pm �3/children free; proceeds St Margaret's Church.

St Margaret's Church: Open gardens, 12 gardens, teas, plants and raffle, 2-5.30pm �3/children free; Gardeners Songs of Praise 7pm.

WRETHAM. Village Hall: Breckland Art Group art and craft exhibition, 11am-5pm.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Leisure Centre Foyer: Brandon Fern Hoppers, friendly running group for all abilities, 9am, 01842 763174.

SWAFFHAM. Woolworths, Church Walk: Walking for Health, weekly church walk (1 mile), 2pm, just turn up or telephone 01362 656344/656820.

DANCES

WEST WINCH. William Burt Centre, Watering Lane: Modern jive with Foot-loose, 7.30-10.30pm, 07947 607810.

MONDAY, 22/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Methodist Church: Tiny Talk, baby signing classes, 9.30-10.30am.

Library: Bookstart sessions, for mums, toddlers and babies, stories and nursery rhymes, 10-11am.

Baptist Church Hall: Brandon Art Society annual art show and sale of work (to June 27, not Sundays), 10am-4pm.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

KING'S LYNN. The Tales of the Old Gaol House (meet outside): In the Footsteps of the Famous, guided walk, 7pm �4/concs �3/children �1.

SWAFFHAM. Parish Church Rooms: Noah's Ark toddler group (term time), toys, craft, drinks, snack and more, new families always welcome, 1-2.45pm, 01760 724236.

THETFORD. Toy Library, Fulmerston Road: Toy library, play session including snack and craft activity, 9am-12 �1 per family.

Riversdale Centre: Thetford Elders Lunch Club, freshly cooked lunch, �4, 01842 763722.

Fulmerston Christian Fellowship: Parent and Toddler Group, 9.15-10.45am.

United Reformed Church, Earls Street: Bumps and Babies Caf�, all pregnant women and families with babies welcome, drop in an time between 9.30-11.30am.

Abbey Neighbourhood Centre: Dads Place, information and support for dads, drop-in, 1-3pm, 01842 821643.

St Michael's Community Hall: Nexus, everyone welcome, disabled and non-disabled, teas, chat and weekly raffle in aid of Nexus, 1.30-3.30pm.

Fulmerston Church: KClub, for 5-11 years, activities and games, 4.30-6pm free, 01842 821643.

Salvation Army, Magdalen Street: Kids Alive Club, 4-11 years, 5.15-6.15pm, 754712.

Riversdale Centre, Audrey Room, Tanner Street: Thetford healing group, healing sessions open to the public, 6.30-8pm free but donations accepted.

King's Court, Earls Street: Thetford (Breckland) Lioness Club ladies only quiz night, 7.30 for 8pm, details form Anna 0845 833 7485.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Leisure Centre: Tai chi, relaxation, movement, 10-11am.

Leisure Centre: Cardio kick, using techniques from kick boxing and aerobic steps, 6.30-7.30pm.

Leisure Centre: Spinning, cardiovascular training session using fixed wheel bikes, 7-8pm.

Leisure Centre: Taekwondo/self defence ideal for all ages, first lesson free, 7.30-8.30pm contact Dave Robb 01953 882848.

WEETING. Primary School: Tai chi and Chi Kung, all levels, beginners welcome, 7-8.30pm 01842 878246.

WRETHAM. Village Hall: Tai chi, relaxation, meditation, 5.30-6.30pm.

DANCES

NORTHWOLD. Village Hall: Sequence with tuition, 7.45-10pm, 01366 500250.

SAPISTON. Village Hall: Beginners sequence dancing lessons, 6.30pm, intermediate 7.30pm, 01284 703943.

SWAFFHAM. Sacred Heart Convent School: Dancing with Xavier, in the gym, ballroom 7-8pm �5, Latin 8-9pm �5, Argentine tango 9-10pm �5 one class, �8 two classes, �12 three classes, 01760 336410.

THETFORD. Carnegie Room, Cage Lane: Sequence/social dancing, 2-4pm �2 01842 765365; Salsa, beginners 7.30pm, intermediates 8.30pm, 07863 291074.

Admiral School: Line dancing classes, 8-10pm.

TUESDAY, 23/06/2009

EVENTS

BRANDON. Baptist Church Hall: Brandon Art Society annual art show and sale of work (to June 27, not Sundays), 10am-4pm.

Full Gospel Church, Fengate Drove: Kidzone, parent and toddler group, 10am-12.

Baptist Church Hall, High Street: Brandon Arts Society, all abilities welcome, 2-4pm, 01842 810677.

Sports and Social Clubroom: Social chess and training on request, 7pm, 01842 810506.

HOUGHTON-ON-THE-HILL. St Mary the Virgin Church: Church open, with England's earliest wall paintings, 2-4pm daily.

KING'S LYNN. Tales of the Old Gaol House: Guided walk - Historic Lynn, 2pm �4/concs �3/children �1, 01553 774297.

SWAFFHAM. Baptist Church: Parent and toddler session, 9.30am �1 per family including refreshments.

Oasis Centre, Cley Road: Oasis Care Luncheon Club, 12.15pm �3 for home-cooked meal, tea/coffee, anyone on low income welcome, 01760 723175.

THETFORD. Salvation Army, Magdalen Street: Little Lambs parents and toddlers (term time), 9.30-11.30am.

Redcastle Furze Community Centre: Coffee morning, free internet use, 9.30am-1pm.

Riversdale Centre: Thetford Elders Lunch Club, freshly cooked lunch, �4, 01842 763722.

Homestart, 63 Vicarage Road: Baby Buddies, friendship and support for young parents, 12.30-2.30pm, 01842 821642.

FITNESS

BRANDON. Leisure Centre: Leisure Club for the more mature client, involving light aerobics, badminton, gym and coffee, 10am-12 and 12-2pm.

Leisure Centre: Yoga class, for regulars and complete novices, 5.45-7.15pm.

Leisure Centre: Spinning, cardiovascular training session using fixed wheel bikes, 6-7pm and 7-8pm.

Leisure Centre: Badminton, experienced players welcome, 7.30-9.30pm.

Leisure Centre Foyer: Brandon Fern Hoppers, friendly running group for all abilities, 7pm, 01842 763174.

Sports Centre: Badminton, all ages, 7.30-9.30pm, 01842 815111.

Leisure Centre: Beginners pilates, 8-9pm, 01842 813748.

WATTON. Christian Community Centre: Tai chi (relaxation) classes, 7.15pm, email taichi7stars@googlemail.com.

WEETING. Weeting 21: Pilates 6-6.45pm �3 per class, �6 for ball and pilates; 7-8pm �4 per class, �6 for ball and pilates.

CONCERTS

KING'S LYNN. St Margaret's Church: Recital by Jonathan Hope (Royal College of Music), 12.30-1pm collection (refreshments available from 10am-12.15pm and afterwards).

GIGS

KING'S LYNN. King's Lynn Corn Exchange, Tuesday Market Place: Roger McGuinn, 7.30pm �24.50, 01553 764864.

DANCES

HOLME HALE. The Pavilion, School Road: Latin with Xavier, class 9-10pm �5, 01760 336410.

RAF MARHAM. Sandringham Centre: Marham Dance Club, all ages, hip hop and more, 7-9pm.

SWAFFHAM. Hamond's High School, Brandon Road: Line with Dave, beginners 7.15-8.15pm, improvers 8.15-10pm, 01328 863697.

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