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@ Sheringham Community Paper - Issue 200 - 1st September 2017

Prostate Awareness

84 year old Sheringham resident and entertainer, Terry Chappelle, is making his final concert-stage appearance on Saturday, 23 September, when he stars in Old Time Music Hall, at the Church Hall, St. Andrew's Church, Sheringham.

Terry Chappelle Terry Chappelle

Terry's farewell stage performance, together with his artiste friends is in aid of the Norfolk & , Prostate Cancer Support Group, of which he is a member, having had prostate cancer himself.

"The time has come", says Terry," to bow-out gracefully, after well over 60 years of performing. The old pins are not what they used to be and learning lines becomes more difficult."

With a glint in his eye Terry adds, "But, I still manage to put on what I consider to be a good show.I love performing, together with my talented friends. Show me the lights, give me a microphone, I come alive and the years just fall away".

Tickets for the show, costing 8, are now on sale at the Big C charity shop, 80 Station Road, Sheringham, or can be ordered on 01603 720980. With seating limited to only 100 it is recommended that you buy your tickets in advance.  Any unsolds will be on sale on the door on the night, if you want to take that chance.

New club for North Norfolk cake lovers

The world-famous Clandestine Cake Club is coming to North Norfolk.

Founded in Leeds in 2010 by Lynn Hill, the Clandestine Cake Club has grown to 174 clubs (at the last count). Today you can bake, talk and eat cake with CCC in locations as far flung as Barcelona, Ohio and Okinawa. Or you can stay closer to home with the existing Norfolk clubs in Norwich and Downham Market.
The new North Norfolk club will be based around the Cromer/Sheringham/Holt areas and the first meeting will be on Saturday 18 February in Holt. The “clandestine” part of the Clandestine Cake Club means that venue details won’t be released until a few days before the meeting—and only to those who have signed up to attend.

Club rules are simple: the organisers will set a theme for the event. Bakers (and their guests) arrive with their cakes and everyone gets stuck in. What a great way to make new friends! The one non-negotiable rule is that CCC is a cake club, so bakers must bring a whole cake—no cupcakes, scones, brownies, muffins, pies or tarts.

For more information and to join the club, visit the website: www.clandestinecakeclub.co.uk/groups/north-norfolk/. Twitter users can also follow @NorthNorfolkCCC