LITCHAM PARISH COUNCIL ~ Monthly meetings on 1st Monday
Meetings to which all parishioners are welcome, are held in the Jubilee Hall on the first Monday of each month (usually except August and January) commencing at 7.30 p.m. and the first part of the meeting is made available for public discussion and to bring matters to the attention of councillors. Council meetings will normally take place on the first Monday of each month, but this could be subject to change in any one month. Please consult the Notice Board for the date or contact the Clerk on 01362 861112.
Litcham COMMON CONSERVATION Group ~ Monthly on 2nd Saturday mornings
Meets every second Saturday starting at 10.00 am in the Common car park off the Dunham Road. New faces are always welcome and if you are interested in joining us, or would like to find out more you can visit the Common pages on this website or call Tim Angell on 01328 700 045 or e-mail Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org
LITCHAM ‘DROP-IN’ ~ COFFEE MORNING
Tuesday mornings during term time between 10am and 12noon at the Jubilee Hall in Litcham.
The Drop In is for everyone, from all our villages.
- Caring for someone with dementia?
- Lonely or feeling isolated?
- At home with young children?
- New to the area?
- Looking for information about debt?
- Like to knit?
- Just would like coffee, cake and a chat.
Come and join us, we are a friendly bunch
£1 includes coffee, refills and cake.
We hope you will ‘drop in’
(01328) 700071 – please ring if you would like to know more.
VILLAGE GREEN UKULELE SOCIETY ~ Intermediate Tuesdays (Intermediate)
and Mondays at Tittlesall (Beginners)
We are a growing and friendly group who are having fun learning to play the ukulele. We are looking for additional members, all abilities welcome. We meet on Mondays at Tittleshall Hall (beginners) and Tuesdays at Litcham Jubilee Hall (Intermediate).
Evenings start at 6pm with a one tutorial for beginners), main session from from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, £2 per session
FREE beginner lessons start at 6.30pm
For further information please contact Julia on 01328 701178
This is a form of gentle exercise which is ideal for knee, shoulder and balance problems as the class is only done standing or sitting. It is also a programme originally designed for recovery from breast cancer patients.
The whole class is done to music and it is fun and uplifting.
The new term starts on Monday 10th April from 9.30 to 10.30am at the Litcham Methodist Chapel.
Please contact Diana Patterson on (01238) 701615
WEIGHT WATCHERS ~ Mondays
Mondays from 9:30am to 11am at the Jubilee Hall Litcham.
Look out for the posters or contact Rebecca on 07799184258 for more details.
COFFEE MORNING at the Methodist Chapel ~ Thursday mornings
The Methodist Chapel in front street is open for Tea/Coffee every Thursday morning between 10.30am – 12.00 noon .
In the three years since these coffee mornings started they have proved to be a very popular meeting point for folk in the village and beyond. If you would like to see for yourself, come along any Thursday between 10.30a.m. and noon, you will be given a warm welcome.
PRAYER GROUP ~ Tuesday evenings
Come and join us for prayer for the community of the Upper Nar.
A Prayer Group for the Upper Nar Benefice meets for about an hour one evening a month at Litcham Rectory on Tuesdays at 7pm.
For details of he time and place of the next meeting contact Heather Butcher at email@example.com or call (10328) 700071
LITCHAM YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB ~ weekly during the football season
Litcham youth club was F.C formed back in the year 2000. In June 2014 the club achieved it’s Charter Standard’ award and still retains this standard to date.
Litcham Youth club F.C is committed to raising standards throughout grassroots football and ensuring that it is well organised, well managed and provides a positive, safe and friendly experience for all players, coaches and volunteers.’
It is a fantastic family club, that holds fun affordable training sessions every
Saturday morning 10-11.30am for both boys & girls (during football season). The sessions are held at the secondary sports field situated on Mileham Rd, Litcham, Norfolk PE32 2NR.
The club runs the following teams
• U16’s team (manager Phil Blackford, chairman, welfare officer)
• U13’s team (manager Ben Ellis)
• U11’s team (Nev Kirby please note U11’s players can be school year YR5 or YR6 boy or girl by 31st August 2017)
If your son or daughter would be interested in joining their local football team then don’t hesitate to contact us ASAP.
Find us on Facebook ‘ Litcham youth club F.C’
All coaches and committee members are CRC checked
Please bare in mind we encourage all levels of footballers boys or girls.
It is such a rewarding and proud experience helping new players, to develop their footie skills, eventually, becoming part of a league team.
Please contact either: Phil Blackford (club Chairman, welfare officer) mobile ; 07892332238 Philblackford@btinternet.com
Kirsty Blackman (club secretary): mobile ; 07827414393 – Kirst.firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILDREN’S ART CLUB ~ Saturday mornings
For ages 5-16 run by Sally Parkinson, Freelance Art Educator
Saturday mornings 10:00am to 12 noon (term-time) in Jubilee Hall, Litcham
£5 per session – Places are limited so book now, call – 07822 994045
ZUMBA FITNESS® ~ Wednesday evenings
MOVING THE WORLD TO A NEW BEAT.
An exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving millions of people toward joy and health. Join your local Zumba Fitness instructor Krissy for a giggle and a shimmy at Litcham High School on Monday and Wednesday evenings 7:00-8:00pm, classes cost £4 per session and booking is not necessary.
For further details please contact Kristina: 07876298550 or email@example.com
Mobile Library ~ every four weeks on Mondays
A NCC Mobile Library visits Litcham every four weeks on Mondays stopping for 15 minutes at the junction of Manor Drive and Front Street and Litcham Close.
Times: 10:15 – 10:30 MANOR DRIVE/FRONT STREET – 10:55 – 11:10 LITCHAM CLOSE
Route CEN 1411
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