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PUBLISHED: 18:09 14 August 2008 | UPDATED: 07:35 01 August 2010

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FRIDAY, 15/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. Hungate Church: Teas and coffee served from 10-11.30am, Fairtrade stall selling foodstuffs and stationery 10-12noon, church open for private prayer 10-11.

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FRIDAY, 15/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. Hungate Church: Teas and coffee served from 10-11.30am, Fairtrade stall selling foodstuffs and stationery 10-12noon, church open for private prayer 10-11.30am.

St Michael's: Coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

FRAMINGHAM PIGOT. Gull: Friday Chill Out, music and barbecue, from 6pm.

SHOWS

BUNGAY. Fisher Theatre, 10 Broad Street: Jane Eyre (drama) by Charlotte Bronte - Black Ram Theatre, 7.30pm £9/concs £7.50, 01986 897130.

GIGS

BECCLES.Beccles Caxton Social Club: Charity country music evening featuring Kalibre, 8.15pm.

DANCES

SALES

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Smallgate: Beccles Country Market, 9.30-11am.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.

SATURDAY, 16/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. The Quaker Rooms: Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 7pm.

BUNGAY. St Mary's Church: Guided tours of town and castle 2 and 3pm.

ILKETSHALL ST. ANDREW. St Andrew's Church: Church open for viewing medieval paintings, refreshments available, 2-4pm.

SHOWS

BUNGAY. Fisher Theatre, 10 Broad Street: Jane Eyre (drama) by Charlotte Bronte - Black Ram Theatre, 2pm and 7.30pm £9/concs £7.50, 01986 897130.

HALESWORTH. The Cut, New Cut: The Rubbish Monster (family environmental show) - Nutmeg Puppet Theatre, 2.30pm £7/children (10 and under) £3/family ticket £16, 0845 673 2123.

GIGS

BECCLES. Caxton Club: Rob Charles, 8.30pm.

Conservative Club, London Road: Elvis tribute with Darren Price, 8pm £6 including ploughman's platter, 01502 713535.

LODDON. The Swan: Karaoke, 9pm.

TIVETSHALL ST. MARGARET. Railway: Chris Mortimer (50s-60 to rock), 9pm.

SALES

EARSHAM. 15 Princess Way: Garage sale, 10.30am-4pm.

ELLOUGH. Beccles Heliport: Farmers' market, 9am-1pm.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.

SUNDAY, 17/08/2008

EVENTS

ALBURGH. All Saints': Holy communion, 11am.

BARNBY. North Cove: Morning prayer 11am.

BARSHAM. Holy Trinity Church: Sung eucharist 11am.

BECCLES. St Michael's: Holy communion (BCP) preacher Faith Darch, 9am, morning worship, preacher Faith Darch 10.30am, Summer songs of praise with Philip Miller, 8pm.

Sir John Leman HS Hall: New Life Christian Fellowship, bible teaching, youth and children's programme, crèche, 10am.

Baptist Church: Morning worship 10.30am, evening worship 6.30pm.

St Luke's: Morning worship, preacher Bishop Gavin Reid, 10.30am.

Hungate Church: Morning worship, 10.45am, healing service, 6.30pm.

BERGH APTON. Village Hall: Treasure hunt, followed by music by Innersense, 2pm £3.50 including barbecue, under fives free; tickets from Bergh Apton Post Office or 01508 480777.

BROOME. St Michael's: Holy communion (BCP), 9.30am.

BUNGAY. Holy Trinity Church: Holy communion 8am, sung eucharist 10am.

Emmanuel Church, United Reformed/Methodist: Morning service 10.45,

DENTON. St Mary's: Holy communion, 9.30am.

DITCHINGHAM. St Mary's: Morning service (a service of the word), 11am.

EARSHAM. All Saints': Holy communion, 11am.

FLIXTON. Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum: Waveney & District Preservation Society with bygones, agricultural engines, tractors, stalls, bric-a-brac, books, refreshments, 10am-5pm free.

HADDISCOE. Parish Church: Visits to see where the bells are rung, home-made teas available, 2-5pm.

HEDENHAM. St Peter's: Holy communion (BCP), 9.30am.

RINGSFIELD. All Saints' Church: Morning prayer (BCP), 10am.

RUMBURGH. Green Haven, The Street: Dog Show in aid of Dogs for the Disabled, open to all dogs, pedigree and crossbred, over six months old, 25 plus classes £1 per class (six for £5), opens 10am, judging from 11am; information 07710 593802.

SISLAND. St Mary's Church: Afternoon tea, 2-4pm.

TIVETSHALL ST. MARY. Field south of Pulham on A140: Tractor and Plough Day, displays of ploughing, baling, discing skills, static classic and vintage tractors and machinery on display, 10am-5pm public free, those wishing to take part £5 entry fee; proceeds East Anglian Air Ambulance and Pulham doctors' surgery.

TOPCROFT. Station 104 Museum, Hardwick: 93rd Bomb Group open day, collection of second world war memorabilia and aircraft archaeology, 10am-5pm donations welcome.

WORLINGHAM. Parish Church: Holy communion 8am, morning prayer 9.45am.

FITNESS

EARSHAM. Village Hall: Self-defence classes for all ages, 6.30-8pm.

SHOWS

BUNGAY. Fisher Theatre, 10 Broad Street: Jane Eyre (drama) by Charlotte Bronte - Black Ram Theatre, 7.30pm £9/concs £7.50, 01986 897130.

GIGS

BECCLES. King's Head: Red Beans and Rice (New Orleans jazz), 8pm.

RAVENINGHAM. Raveningham Centre: Andrew Lever (guitar/tambura), 1-3pm free.

MONDAY, 18/08/2008

EVENTS

FLIXTON. Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum: Waveney & District Preservation Society with bygones, agricultural engines, tractors, stalls, bric-a-brac, books, refreshments, 10am-5pm free.

HOMERSFIELD. Homersfield Bridge Picnic Site: Build a Boat, make a mini boat from natural materials and then sail it down the River Waveney (joint activity with South Norfolk Council and UWVCP), 2-4pm £3 per child/accompanying adults free.

SHOWS

SOUTHWOLD. St Edmund's Hall, Cumberland Road: The Lady Vanishes (thriller) - Jill Freud and Friends, 8pm £5.50-£15.50, 01502 724441 (day) or 01502 722389 (evening).

SALES

SOUTHWOLD. Eversley Gym, near the Cinema: Buddha Market, recycled vintage cloths, furniture, 10am-6pm daily.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.

TUESDAY, 19/08/2008

EVENTS

BARSHAM. Village Hall: Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8pm.

BECCLES. Conservative Club: Whist drive, 7.30pm £1.50 inc tea and biscuits.

FLIXTON. Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum: Waveney & District Preservation Society with bygones, agricultural engines, tractors, stalls, bric-a-brac, books, refreshments, 10am-5pm free.

HALESWORTH. Halesworth and District Museum: Open 10am-12.30pm admission free.

LODDON. Chedgrave Common: Chedgrave safari, minibeast hunts, nature trails, environmental games and crafts, suitable for children aged 8-12, 10am-12.30pm £2.50 per child; booking essential 01502 713196.

WORLINGHAM. Church: Benefice prayer meeting, 9.30am.

YELVERTON. Rosedene, Church Road: Cascade Club coffee morning, with stalls and cakes, 10.30am-12.

SHOWS

SOUTHWOLD. St Edmund's Hall, Cumberland Road: The Lady Vanishes (thr8ller) - Jill Freud and Friends, 8pm £5.50-£15.50, 01502 724441 (day) or 01502 722389 (evening).

CONCERTS

HARLESTON. St John's Church: Harleston and Waveney Festival: Fascinating Aida, 7.30pm £15/concs £12, 01379 852221 or 855111.

SALES

LODDON. The Hollies: Loddon Country Market, 9.15-10.45am.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.

WEDNESDAY, 20/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. Waveney Centre: Short mat bowls, 10.30am.

Blyburgate Hall: Charity bingo, 7.30pm.

St Johns Ambulance Training Centre: Buddhist meditation class, £5 donation per class 7.30-9pm.

FLIXTON. Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum: Waveney & District Preservation Society with bygones, agricultural engines, tractors, stalls, bric-a-brac, books, refreshments, 10am-5pm free.

HARLESTON. Gurney's Bistro: Harleston and Waveney Festival: Jazz Supper with jazz acoustic guitarists Terence Blacker and Derek Hewitson, 7.30pm £20 including food (drinks extra), 01379 855366.

ILKETSHALL ST. ANDREW. St Andrew's Church: Church open for viewing medieval paintings, refreshments available, 11am-3pm.

WORLINGHAM. Church: Holy communion, 10am.

CONCERTS

HARLESTON. St John's Church: Harleston and Waveney Festival: Westcott and Rodway (acoustic guitar and piano), 12 noon £5/under-16s £2, 01379 852221 or 855111.

GIGS

LODDON. Jubilee Hall: Cabaret night with Forever Free Country Band, hypnotist and mystery cabaret, 8-11.30pm £5, 01508 520204.

EXHIBITIONS

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.

THURSDAY, 21/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. St Michael's: Holy communion (BCP), 11am.

Waveney Centre: Whist drive, 1.45pm.

FLIXTON. Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum: Waveney & District Preservation Society with bygones, agricultural engines, tractors, stalls, bric-a-brac, books, refreshments, 10am-5pm free.

HALESWORTH. Halesworth and District Museum: Open 10am-12.30pm admission free.

ROCKLAND ST. MARY. Quay: Creatures of the Night, discover facts about bats and moths, 7.30-9.30pm £3 (over eights only); booking essential 01502 713196.

FITNESS

BECCLES. Hungate Hall: Wild Goose Qigong for health, flexibility and relaxation, all ages, 6.30-8pm £5.

GILLINGHAM. Village Hall: Keep fit classes for mature ladies and gentlemen, 2-3pm.

GIGS

METTINGHAM. Tally Ho: Sole Bay Jazz Band, 8.30pm.

DANCES

BECCLES. Waveney House Hotel, Puddingmoor: Salsa with Alegria, 8-11pm, 07710 205557.

SALES

BUNGAY. Community Centre, Upper Olland Street: Bungay Country Market, 9.30-11am.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

FRIDAY, 22/08/2008

EVENTS

BECCLES. Hungate Church: Teas and coffee served from 10-11.30am, Fairtrade stall selling foodstuffs and stationery 10-12noon, church open for private prayer 10-11.30am.

St Michael's: Coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

FRAMINGHAM PIGOT. Gull: Friday Chill Out, music and barbecue, from 6pm.

GIGS

BECCLES. The Kings Head Hotel: Mathew Nobbs and other musicians 9-11pm.

PORINGLAND. Dove: Lee Vasey Big Band, outside event, bring seating, hog roast available (pay on night), 7.30pm £5.

SALES

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Smallgate: Beccles Country Market, 9.30-11am.

SOUTHWOLD. Eversley Gym, near the Cinema: Buddha Market, recycled vintage cloths, furniture, 10am-6pm daily.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The UpStAiRs Gallery, Exchange Square: Suffolk Open Studios County Show, 10am-4.30pm. Joel Benjamin,( Sheepgate Gallery) to August 29, 10am-4.30pm.

HALESWORTH. The Cut: Paintings and prints by Debbie Ayles (Concourse); forged metal and carved wood sculptures by Mark Fuller (Malt Room) to September 6.

HARLESTON. Harleston Bookshop, The Old Market Place: Paintings by the Friday Group tutored by John Lidzey, 9.30-5pm.


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