POP ALONG TO OUR ADVICE MORNING AT SHERINGHAM LIBRARY THIRD THURSDAY OF
EVERY MONTH. 10AM 12 NOON, NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
If you would like advice or information on any of the following please
come and see us:
Benefit/pension information and claims
Supporting clients with consumer issues (e.g. utility billing problems)
Offer information to carers using our links with other agencies.
Act as a signposting agency as needed, i.e. put you in touch with other
agencies if we cannot help you directly.
Norfolk & Western Line Dancing Club meets every Wednesday at
St Andrews Church Hall, Church Street, Holt.
Tuition for beginners 1.30 - 2.30pm (£1.50)
Dancing for beginner/improvers 2.30 - 4.00pm (£2.50)
For further details telephone 01263 715533 or 713272
West Runton Sports and Social Club - Regular Events
Cash Bingo : Every Wednesday at 9 PM
General Knowledge- QUIZ NIGHTS Every Sunday at 9 PM
Every Tuesday - Line Dancing with our own teacher- Great night out
Most weekends - In house disco or Live Bands
See notice board for details or phone during the evening to check whats on: West Runton
Sports and Social Club, Water Lane, West Runton TEL: 01263 868866
North Norfolk Chess Club
Morley Club, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8RS
Tel: 01263 822087
Is this your home from home?
Do you love the Norfolk Coast? If you are a second home owner in the Norfolk
Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can play a crucial role in
keeping the area and its wonderful towns and villages as vibrant tomorrow as
they are today. Some tips on how to help:
1. Don’t leave homes empty – if you don’t use it all year round, why not
consider short lets?
2. Spend your money locally – buy local products, local crafts, use local
3. Travel sustainably – use the great public transport links, walk, cycle,
or help with a local community transport scheme
4. Be part of the community – make links with local people, bring your
skills to the area
5. Understand your Norfolk Coast – get involved with local issues, find out
about local traditions and features
6. Make your voice heard – volunteer for local causes
7. Keep your place special – keep your garden tidy and your property in good
8. Ensure your safety – sign up to flood alerts, sign up to oil tank watch
9. Watch your waste – dispose of all of your waste in the correct way
10. Stay in touch and secure – Build a good neighbourhood network, follow
local police guidance.
For more info:
Holt and District Probus Club - Meeting August 2017
Pat Alker was really dressed up when she came to talk to Holt Probus Club
on 3rd August. She came to talk about Ethiopia in general and Project Dukem
Her dress was traditional Ethiopian and Project Dukem is the name of the
charity that Pat and her husband run to support the school for HIV/AIDS
orphans at Dukem - a town in Ethiopia a few miles from Addis Ababa.
When Pat first visited the school in 2007 it lacked even the most
rudimentary resources, which is why they decided to start fund raising to
help these children receive a basic education. This is the only way that
they will have any hope of rising out of the poverty in which they live. An
important part of schooling for these youngsters starts with giving them
something to eat: if they have nothing to eat they don’t come to school and
they need an education to rise from the otherwise inevitable poverty.
Pat told members that Ethiopia is a large, land-locked and largely Christian
country where there is much poverty. She showed pictures of her visits
around the country, including some of a church ranked as a UNESCO World
Pat’s lively and interesting talk was well received by the club; Project
Dukem has an interesting Facebook page which is well worth a look at – on
Facebook just search for Project Dukem.
Meetings of Holt and District Probus Club are normally held at lunchtime on
the 1st Thursday each month at the Feathers in Holt. Enquiries about
membership (or about a trial visit - visitors are most welcome) should be
made to Secretary Alan Holmes on 01263 710782.
North Norfolk Voluntary Group
Group Meetings are held on the Fourth Thursday in each Month (except December) at 7.30PM
at Out-Patient Department of Cromer Hospital.
There is unlimited onsite parking,
accessible by public and community transport. Wheelchair accessible.
The Garage, are a youth arts organisation based in Norwich and we are
starting dance classes, for ages 5-16, in Sheringham on Monday evenings.
This is to enable children and young people to get involved with dance who
cannot perhaps make the trek to Norwich every week for a dance class. The
classes are creative and lots of fun! The new classes take place every
Monday evening at Sheringham Community Centre for children aged 5 to 16
years old. The 12 week term costs £55. Participants are able to turn up
before the class to sign up or can go to
Participants are able to join at any point throughout the term.
Mini Movers 5 – 7 year olds (Monday’s 4.00pm – 5.00pm)
Junior Mover 7 – 11 year olds (Monday’s 5.15pm – 6.15pm)
Senior Mover’s 12 – 16 year olds (Monday’s 6.30pm – 8.00pm)
Small is Beautiful Art Competition 2017
How would you choose to express what ‘Small is Beautiful’ means for you?
Take this opportunity to have your answer displayed with others in this
multimedia group show.
Entry costs just £7, for which we'll provide you with an 8 inch square frame
(either 2D or 3D) which must be used to contain your work. Lots of room for
your ideas, not much space for them.
The winning prize – £50 worth of art supplies from Cowling & Wilcox and 'Art
and Place' book title by Phaidon worth £50. For both the runner up & Peoples
Choice – 10% off vouchers at any Cowling & Wilcox store. Plus a unique
discount code to Phaidon’s entire book range awarded to all who enter.
Judges include BBC Radio North Norfolk’s Nick Conrad.
This year's competition is being run in conjunction with the Art House Cafe
in Cromer, who will host the competition exhibition the last week in
You can enter online on our website
CoastArts.co.uk or download an
entry form and take it to the Art House Cafe to collect your frame.