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PUBLISHED: 15:58 07 February 2008 | UPDATED: 14:01 21 May 2010

TODAY

BECCLES - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

St Michael's, coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

Hungate Church, Fairtrade stall, selling foodstuffs and stationery, 10am-noon; teas and coffees served, 10-11.

TODAY

BECCLES - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

St Michael's, coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

Hungate Church, Fairtrade stall, selling foodstuffs and stationery, 10am-noon; teas and coffees served, 10-11.30am; church open for private prayer, 10-11.30am.

BUNGAY - Community Centre, Brains of Bungay Quiz first-round losers evening, other teams of four welcome, 7.30pm.

HALESWORTH - The Cut, Visual Arts Panel Exhibition, Concourse and Malt Room, 10.30am-3pm, 01986 873285.

TOMORROW

BECCLES - Conservative Club, London Road, Bobby Graham, sounds from the 1960s onwards, £5 (includes jacket potato and dessert), non-members welcome, tickets from the club or 01502 713535.

Quaker Rooms, Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 7pm.

BLYBURGATE - The Old Ambulance Station, charity stall, clothes, books, records, bric-a-brac, toys, 9.30am-1pm.

BUNGAY - Emmanuel Church, coffee morning, in aid of Bungay First Responders, 10am-noon.

GELDESTON - Locks Inn, Hot or Wot? funky blues dance band, 9pm.

HALESWORTH - Halesworth and District Museum, open 10am-12.30pm.

The Cut, Visual Arts Panel Exhibition, last day, Concourse and Malt Room, 10.30am-3pm, 01986 873285.

SUNDAY

BARSHAM - Holy Trinity Church, sung eucharist, 11am.

BECCLES - Baptist Church, morning worship 10.30am; evening worship 6.30pm.

Hungate Church, breakfast 9am; fun Sunday for all the family at 9.30am; morning worship 10.45am; open Bible study 2-4pm.

St Luke's, all-age worship (led by young people) 10.30am; worship and healing with John Beauchamp, 6.30pm.

St Michael's, holy communion (BCP), Bishop Gavin Reid 9am, Holy communion, preacher Faith Darch 10.30am.Baptist Church, morning worship, 10.30am; evening worship, 6.30pm.

Sir John Leman High School Hall, New Life Christian Fellowship, worship, Bible teaching, youth and children's programme, crèche, 10am.

BUNGAY - Holy Trinity Church, holy communion, 8am; morning prayer, 10am.

DENNINGTON - Village hall, car-boot sale, flea market, 7.30am-12.30pm.

EARSHAM - Village hall, self-defence class for all ages, 6.30-8pm.

FLIXTON - Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, 60 aircraft and thousands of aviation artefacts, light refreshments, shop, bric-a-brac stalls, free admission, 10am-4pm, 01986 896644.

GELDESTON - Locks Inn, Twisted Rooutes, acoustic folk, 2pm.

GILLINGHAM - The Swan, live music from Fourplay, 9pm.

HALESWORTH - Halesworth Hospital, Garden Room, Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 5pm.

RINGSFIELD - All Saints' Church, holy communion, 10am.

MONDAY

BECCLES - Baptist Church, children's holiday club, Waste Watchers, games, crafts, Bible stories, quizzes, drama, for children aged 5-12 years, 9.45am-noon, admission free.

Quaker Hall, cross-stitch club, new members welcome, 7.30pm, 01502 575334.

BUNGAY - Community centre, amphibians and reptiles, talk by John Baker, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, all welcome, £2, 7.30pm.

LOWESTOFT - The Hotel Victoria, ceroc classes, beginners and intermediates, 7.30-10.30pm, 01508 521070.

TUESDAY

BARSHAM - Village hall, Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 7pm.

BECCLES - Baptist Church, children's holiday club, Waste Watchers, games, crafts, Bible stories, quizzes, drama, for children 5-12 years, 9.45am-noon, admission free.

Conservative Club, whist drive, £1.50 includes tea and biscuits, 7.30pm.

FLIXTON - Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, 60 aircraft and thousands of exhibits, 10am-4pm, 01986 896644.

HALESWORTH - The Cut, RoaR arts exhibition, 10.30am-3pm, 01986 873285.

LODDON - The Hollies, country market, 9.15-10.45am.

WORLINGHAM - Church hall, benefice prayer meeting, 9.30am.

Church hall, JJ's parent-and- child group, other family members and ex-members welcome, 2-3pm.

WEDNESDAY

BECCLES - Baptist Church, children's holiday club, Waste Watchers, games, crafts, Bible stories, quizzes, drama, for children 5-12 years, 9.45am-noon, admission free.

Quaker Hall, morning Women's Institute, bring-and- buy, 10am.

Waveney Centre, New Market, short-mat bowls, 10.30am.

Blyburgate Hall, Beccles and District Horticultural Society, annual meeting, 7.30pm.

Friends' Meeting House, Smallgate, Knit and Knatter (in aid of the Woodland Trust), 7.30-9.30pm.

FLIXTON - Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, 60 aircraft and thousands of exhibits, 10am-4pm, 01986 896644.

HALESWORTH - Market Place, exchange plastic bag for recyclable and other recycling opportunities, 10am-1pm.

The Cut, RoaR arts exhibition, 10.30am to 3pm, 01986 873285.

LODDON - Jubilee Hall Club Room, Horticultural Society questions-and-answers forum, 7.30pm.

SOUTHWOLD - United Reformed Church Hall, vintage, retro and modern clothing fair, 10.30am-5.30pm.

WORLINGHAM - Church, holy communion, 10am.

THURSDAY

BECCLES - Waveney Centre, New Market, whist drive, 1.45pm.

Hungate Hall, Wild Goose Qigong, Chinese exercise for health, flexibility and relaxation, 01502 711127/07961 033357, £5, 6.30-8pm.

Waveney House Hotel, Puddingmoor, salsa dance classes, all levels catered for 07710 205557, 8-11pm.

BUNGAY - Community centre, country market, 9.30-11am.

GELDESTON - Locks Inn, folk session with Murphy's Lore, 9pm.

GILLINGHAM - Village hall, keep fit for mature men and women, 2-3pm.

HALESWORTH - The Cut, RoaR arts exhibition, 10.30am to 3pm, 01986 873285.

LODDON - Lecture hall, Lent lunch, noon-1.30pm.

OULTON BROAD - The Wherry Hotel, Ceroc classes, beginners and intermediates, 7.30-10.30pm, 01508 521070.

RINGSFIELD - Village hall, Offspring parent and toddler group, 10-11.30am.

FRIDAY

BECCLES - Quaker Hall, Smallgate, country market, 9.30-11am.

Hungate Church, Fairtrade stall, selling foodstuffs and stationery, 10am-noon; teas and coffees served, 10-11.30am; church open for private prayer, 10-11.30am.

St Michael's, coffee in the Undercroft, 10am.

HALESWORTH - The Cut, RoaR arts exhibition, 10.30am to 3pm, 01986 873285.

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