Mid Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau
What we do
The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their problems. As the UK's largest advice provider we are equipped to deal with any issue, from anyone, spanning debt and employment to consumer and housing plus everything in between. In the last year alone, the Citizens Advice service helped 2.1 million people with 6.6 million problems. But we're not just here in times of crisis - we also use clients’ stories anonymously to campaign for policy changes that benefit the population as a whole. Mid Norfolk CAB offers free, confidential advice sessions in Briston and Sheringham. These are particularly useful for people who would otherwise be unable to access bureau services. Venue details below:
WEYBOURNE FOLK CLUB
Meets on the THIRD SUNDAY every month at the MALTINGS HOTEL, Weybourne 3-6 pm.
All Singers, Musicians, Poets, etc and audience welcome. It's Free!
Further information from Tony Bayliss 01263 588781 or 07518 735299.
Patchwork & quilting group 'Stitch Together'
We formed in 2010 & previously met in Holt. We now meet at the New Community Centre, Holway Road, Sheringham, NR26 8NP on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month.
9.30am to 3.30pm. Charges £5 per day or £3 half a day (morning or afternoon).
Full details on our website http://www.stitch2gether.co.uk/
Cantamus are Voting for Women at their next concert ‘Conflict and Collaboration’. Celebrating beautiful, but regrettably ignored, music from the 17th century to just before WWI.
They will perform ‘Songs of Sunrise’ by the feisty Dame Ethel Smyth, her stirring March of the Women, united with its fellows ‘Laggard Dawn’ and ‘1910’; the ‘Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary’ by an Italian contemporary of Sir Christopher Wren - Isabella Leonarda (1620-1704); and delightful Edwardian miniatures by Amy Beach and Emily Tallmadge.
The concert also features two collaborative works written by Fauré (of ‘Requiem’ fame) and Messager (once famous in the UK for his operettas ‘Monsieur Beaucaire’ and ‘Véronique’) - a Mass for the fishing village of Villerville in Normandy, and a wicked send-up of Wagner’s Ring Cycle as a set of brisk piano-duet Quadrilles.
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