BEESTON ‘GOOD NEIGHBOURS’
COFFEE MORNINGS on the 2nd Monday of the month in Beeston Village Hall, from 10.30am to 12.00noon.
Tea,coffee, biscuits and home-made cakes available also sales tables and plenty of chat!
Just turn up or phone Gaye 01328 701465, Terry and Sheila 01328 701397 or Yvonne 01328 701 465 for information or if you need help with transport.
There is no set charge for the morning but a small donation towards costs is appreciated.
LUNCH CLUB ~ 4th Wednesday in the month at 12.30pm
The lunch club continues to be well attended and attract new people. We welcome people both from Beeston and other villages, with everyone enjoying the good food and the opportunity to meet up with friends or get to know new acquaintances.
New people are always welcome, just phone Yvonne on 01328 701465 to book in for your meal.
Please visit our page on the Beeston Website for details and menu of our next event.
BEESTON CRICKET CLUB ~ Thursdays (coaching)
Coaching sessions on Thursdays during the summer months for 5 to 14 year olds from 6pm till 7pm – 15 and upwards from 7pm till 8.30pm.
If you would like to join or for further information please call Brian on 07799761412 or visit the Cricket Club page on the Beeston website.
1st BEESTON RAINBOWS and BROWNIES ~ Wednesdays
We meet weekly in Beeston on a every Wednesday 5.45pm to 8:15pm. There are just a few vacancies for Rainbows at the moment although there is a waiting list for Brownies. All enquiries to email@example.com
or visit our page on the Beeston website
VILLAGE GREEN UKULELE SOCIETY
We are a growing and friendly group who are having fun learning to play the ukulele. We are always welcome new members, whatever their ability.
We meet at Beeston Village Hall on Tuesdays from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, £2 per session
FREE beginner lessons available.
For further information please contact Julia on 01328 701178
CLAY TARGET SHOOTING
Fair Clay Targets organise monthly clay target (clay pigeon) shooting events in the Norfolk area to suit all abilities and budget.
We frequently shoot at Watery Lane, Beeston – check the Fair Clay Website for details: http://www.fairclaytargets.co.uk/ or contact Alan Evans on 01362 687010, or 07789 967757 (mobile) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fair Clay Targets, The Old Chapel, Station Road Great Fransham, Dereham, Norfolk NR19 2JB
Tow facility based in Little Fransham that can take wind from almost any direction. If the weather is flyable chances are we will be flying!
We also fly from a number of coastal sites in Norfolk and Suffolk.
See also the ‘Farther Afield’ page on the Beeston website
A non-denominational coffee morning is held every Wednesday in the Methodist Chapel in the High Street between 10.30 and noon.
SUNFLOWER SINGERS: meets on Wednesday in the Village Hall from 7:00-9:00pm ALL WELCOME. Visit our Facebook page for more details.
M I L E H A M
A coffee morning is held every third Friday in the Village Hall from 10.30 to 12.00. Freshly brewed coffee and tea plus delicious scones and cakes, all for £1.50 per head. Come along, bring your friends and meet new ones and support this month’s charity.
MILEHAM CARPET BOWLS CLUB
Ever thought of playing Carpet Bowls, well now is your chance as this is held at Mileham Village Hall on Wednesday from2pm to 4:30pm and costs juts £3 a session, which includes your game and refreshments.
Everything is provided for you with no special clothing or shoes required. So come along and join a bunch of friendly people who will give you instructions on how to play. This is open to surrounding villages of Mileham. We are situated on the B1145 (PE32 2RA).
If you need any further information please call Muriel on 01328 701424.
For more details contact Muriel Harmer on 01328 701 424
THE MILEHAM & DISTRICT MEN’S GROUP
An activity group for men from Mileham, Tittleshall, Litcham, Dunham and other local villages.
Meetings are round about the 3rd Tuesday evening each month depending on the activity.
We are always open to new activity ideas and are keen to attract new members from local villages.
It is a great way to meet new friends. There is no committee, no rules, no membership fee. Interested? Email email@example.com See our web site http://www.milehammen.org
UPPER NAR GARDENERS
The upper Nar Gardener are an informal group of people interested in gardens and gardening within the Church and Village area. Events, such as gardening talks and garden visits are announced via email and on our website.
See www.UpperNarGardeners.uk or ring 03301 027467 to learn more about the group..
Tuesdays from 10am to 11:30am at Mileham Village Hall. Small classes are led in a comfortable atmosphere of support.
Ideal for those wishing to develop a regular yoga routine of postures, breathing techniques and relaxation.
Classes are suitable for beginners or those wishing to deepen their yoga practice.
If this interests you please contact Rosy Dennis at: firstname.lastname@example.org call 07889 844989
GREAT DUNHAM BOOK CLUB
A small friendly group who read a variety of books for pleasure and discuss very informally at our meetings. We take it in turn to pick a book which are borrowed free of charge from the library. For more information please call: Diane Woodhouse 01328 701536 or Maureen Boles 01328 700697
Further information- Please visit the Great Dunham Village Hall website at greatdunham.org.uk for the latest new of events and regular clubs or if you would like to hire the hall or have an idea for a new activity.
Little Dunham Kneeler Group meets on the third Thursday in the month at 10.30pm. Come and enjoy the opportunity chat over coffee and biscuits and even a bit of sewing! For further information contact Jane Harding on 01328 721 202
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LONGHAM – SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING
Our club has been running at Longham Village Hall non-stop every Thursday for over 20 years. Beginners and new members most welcome. Call 01328 700002 for more information or just come along.
DEREHAM – WALKERS ARE WELCOME
Please come and join us for a walk in the local area. We meet on the first Friday of each month to complete a short walk of up to four miles. There is also a programme of longer walks planned for later in the year. Dereham Walkers are Welcome is a not for profit organisation. For up to date information, please visit http://www.derehamwaw.org.uk or contact Ken Hawkins on 07505 426750 or via email at email@example.com or call him.