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Events this Month

Blood Donation Session, 6th May 2016, 12:35 to 19:30 at Frere Road Community Ctr, Frere Road, Norwich (9.2 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:35 and 15:30 or between 16:30 and 19:30


Blood Donation Session, 6th May 2016, 12:40 to 19:00 at Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich (7.8 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:40 and 15:30 or between 16:30 and 19:00


Meet & Mingle, 6th May 2016 to 27th May 2016, 13:30 to 15:30 at Stowmarket Community Centre, Hillside, Stowmarket (24.1 miles)
Meet new friends and access free health and well-being services, join in every Friday between 1:30 and 3:30pm at Stowmarket Community Centre. Friday 6th May, reminisce the 1950's - 1970's with Suffolk Museums, free pharmacy consultations. Friday 13 May, bingo, brain teasers and games, small prizes to be won, free sigh tests, one to one bereavement support. Friday 20 May, light exercise for all with Activ Ageing and free hearing checks. Friday 27 May, share your photos and memories of school days and holidays with one-to-one bereavement support. For more information call Caroline on 07595 962230.


Circus Ferrel, 6th May 2016, 18:30 at The Green, The Green, Pulham Market, Diss (9.6 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Somewhere in England, 6th May 2016 to 7th May 2016, 19:30 at Airfield Museum, Common Road, Dickleburgh, Diss (11.6 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


Blickling parkrun, 7th May 2016, 9:00 to 10:00 at Blickling Estate, Blickling (15 miles)
parkrun organises free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world, run by volunteers.


Sheringham Park parkrun, 7th May 2016, 9:00 to 10:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
A free weekly 5km event for runners of all standards.


Rickinghall Model Railway Show, 7th May 2016, 10:00 to 16:00 at Rickinghall Village Hall, Hinderclay Road, Rickinghall, Diss (14.7 miles)
Adult £5.00, Child £1.00


Norwich vs. Man Utd, 7th May 2016, 15:00 at Carrow Road, Carrow Road, Norwich (7.8 miles)
Norwich play Man Utd in this Barclays Premier League game


Circus Ferrel, 7th May 2016, 15:00 at The Green, The Green, Pulham Market, Diss (9.6 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Somewhere in England, 7th May 2016 to 8th May 2016, 15:30 at Airfield Museum, Common Road, Dickleburgh, Diss (11.6 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


Dawn Chorus, 8th May 2016, 5:30 to 7:30 at Oxburgh Hall, Oxborough (19.6 miles)
Up with the lark! Join our Outdoors Manager for an early
morning walk and experience the dawn chorus at Oxburgh
Hall. You may hear robins, song thrushes, blackbirds, great spotted woodpeckers, chiffchaffs and willow warblers.
Afterwards warm...


Circus Ferrel, 8th May 2016, 14:00 at The Green, The Green, Pulham Market, Diss (9.6 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Blood Donation Session, 9th May 2016, 9:40 to 16:30 at The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich (7.3 miles)
Come and donate blood between 09:40 and 12:15 or between 13:45 and 16:30


Head Gardeners Rhododendron & Wild Garden Walk, 10th May 2016, 14:00 to 15:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
Take a walkin the wild garden when the flowering rhododendrons should be at their best.


Circus Ferrel, 10th May 2016, 18:30 at Playing Field, Heckfield Green, Hoxne, Eye (14.5 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Circus Ferrel, 11th May 2016, 15:45 at Playing Field, Heckfield Green, Hoxne, Eye (14.5 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Estate Walk, 12th May 2016, 11:30 to 13:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
Join our walk leader for a stroll to discover the seasonal highlights of the park. Routes will change and nature will provide a different look on each walk, but in all but blanket fog you are guaranteed expansive views of the North Norfolk coast


Blood Donation Session, 12th May 2016, 12:45 to 19:30 at Mercure Norwich, Boundary Road, Norwich (7.5 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:45 and 15:15 or between 16:05 and 19:30


Circus Ferrel, 13th May 2016, 18:30 at School Field, Market Street, Tunstead, Norwich (14.9 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Somewhere in England, 13th May 2016, 19:30 at Woolpit Village Hall, Mill Lane, Woolpit, Bury St. Edmunds (22.4 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


Bat Walk, 13th May 2016, 19:45 to 22:00 at Oxburgh Hall, Oxborough (19.6 miles)
Join the Outdoors Manager and the Trust's Wildlife and Countryside Consultant to discover the wonderful world of bats. Find out how many varieties we have in the British Isles and how many of these are found at Oxburgh. This will be followed up...


Where Two Rivers Meet, 14th May 2016, 10:00 at Abbey Gate, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds (24.4 miles)
Join the Bury Water Meadows Group on an exploration of Bury St Edmund's rivers and water meadows. Discover green areas that even many locals don't know about and find out what is unique about these rivers in Suffolk.
Duration: 2 hrs / 2.5 miles
Free (donation to the work of the Bury Water Meadows Group welcome)
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Circus Ferrel, 14th May 2016, 14:00 at School Field, Market Street, Tunstead, Norwich (14.9 miles)
Doors open 20 minutes before advertised show time.
Show length is around 90 minutes including an interval.
Seats always available on the door at £6


Rhododendron Party, 14th May 2016, 18:30 to 22:00 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
Sheringham Park is famous for its 'Wild Garden' which hits its peak in May. Tom Upcher, the last owner of the estate, would celebrate by throwing rhododendron champagne parties - a tradition which began in the 1950s


Somewhere in England, 14th May 2016, 19:30 at Brandeston Village Hall, The Street, Brandeston, Woodbridge (23.3 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


LIVE MUSIC - 50S, 60S AND JIVE, 14th May 2016, 20:30 to 23:55 at Wreningham Village Hall, NR16 1AN (3.2 miles)
On Saturday 14 May 2016 there is a dance to the band HI-DEFINITION. Music 8.30pm until midnight. ���£7. Licensed bar, tea, coffee and rolls. For further information please contact Christine Minns on 01508 488123.


The Classic Challenge, Day 1: Pier to Pier, 15th May 2016, 9:00 at South Pier, Royal Plain, Lowestoft (24.2 miles)
Starting at South Pier in the traditional resort of Lowestoft, the route heads south past Kessingland, treading along sandy beaches past Benacre Broad and Covehithe, ending at the award-winning Southwold Pier.
Please bring a packed lunch and plenty of water
£15 (includes coach back to start)
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Have You Noticed?, 15th May 2016, 10:00 at Abbey Gate, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds (24.4 miles)
A popular walk around central Bury St Edmunds, looking at all those interesting architectural features as well as the strange and weird things that people walk past and never realise are there.
Car parking at Ram Meadow, Cotton Lane, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1XT
Duration: 2 hrs / 2 miles
Adults £5; children 12 and under, £2
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Norton Circular Walk, 15th May 2016, 10:30 at Norton Village Hall, Ixworth Road, Norton, Bury St. Edmunds (21 miles)
A circular walk around the parish of Norton using many of the footpaths identified on the Definitive Map. After lunch there may be an opportunity to explore other paths in the village.
Please bring a packed lunch which can be eaten in the Village Hall at the end of the walk. Hot drinks will be provided.
Duration: 2 hrs / 4 miles
Free
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


THE SILVER DOLLAR COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB - BONNIE DIAMOND AND COE, 15th May 2016, 19:30 to 22:30 at The Park Hotel, Diss, IP22 4LE, Denmark Street, Diss (11.7 miles)
On Sunday 15 May 2016 The Silver Dollar CMC presents BONNIE DIAMIND AND COE. Doors 7pm. Music 7.30pm until 10.30pm. Members �£5. Non-Members �£6. For further information please contact John and Teresa Stannard, Committee Members on 01603 433918.


Blood Donation Session, 16th May 2016, 12:45 to 19:30 at Mercure Norwich, Boundary Road, Norwich (7.5 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:45 and 15:15 or between 16:05 and 19:30


The History of Helmingham Park, 17th May 2016, 9:00 at The Coach House Tearooms, Helmingham (24.1 miles)
A short walk around the Helmingham Park with stops to talk about the history of the Hall, deer park and how the park was formed.
Duration: 4 hrs / 4 miles
Adults £8; children 6-15, £4; under 5s free (includes entry into the Grade I Listed gardens)
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


The Brecks Trail, 18th May 2016, 9:00 at Brandon Country Park Visitor Centre, Brandon Park, Brandon (19.5 miles)
Join us for the launch of The Brecks Trail, a new long distance route between Brandon and West Stow through the beautiful and sometimes wild landscape of The Brecks.
This is a linear walk with coach return at the end of the day.
Please bring a packed lunch. Not suitable for children.
Duration: 8 hrs / 15 miles
£15 (includes morning coffee, coach return and parking)
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Blood Donation Session, 18th May 2016, 12:40 to 19:30 at St Catherines Church, Aylsham Road, Norwich (7.8 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:40 and 15:30 or between 16:30 and 19:30


Anne Boleyn walks, 19th May 2016, 12:00 to 12:30 at Blickling Estate, Blickling (15 miles)
Join us as we commemorate the anniversary of the death of Anne Boleyn.


Somewhere in England, 19th May 2016, 19:30 at Aylsham Town Hall, Cromer Road, Gimingham, Norwich (22 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


Walk With Me, 20th May 2016, 11:00 at Dove Cottage, in the grounds of St Mary's Church, High Street, Debenham, Stowmarket (21 miles)
A gentle short walk around Hogg's Kiss Wood for everyone, particularly people with dementia and their carers.
Find out about the history of the wood, followed by tea and cake at Dove Cottage.
The walk will take one hour, followed by tea and cakes.
This walk is easy, but parts may be on rough ground.
Duration: 1 hr / 1 mile
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Nordic Walking Taster, 21st May 2016, 11:00 at West Stow Country Park, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St. Edmunds (23.3 miles)
Discover the benefits of Nordic walking and how it is far more than just walking with poles! Get a taste for how light you will feel on your feet, how the whole body is mobilised and why time is needed to learn the correct technique.
Not suitable for children
Duration: 1 hr / 2-3 miles
£7 (includes hire of poles)
Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Somewhere in England, 21st May 2016, 19:30 at Walsham-Le-Willows Village Hall, The Street, Walsham-le-Willows, Bury St. Edmunds (17.4 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


1940s Day, 22nd May 2016 at Bressingham Steam Museum & Gardens, Low Road, Bressingham, Diss (11.4 miles)
Bressingham will be taking a step back in time to the days of the Home Guard on Sunday 22nd May 2016. Bressingham will once again be supported by the Dad's Army Appreciation Society who will be arranging for cast members from Croft & Perry Sitcoms to make guest apperances during the day.


Where Two Rivers Meet, 22nd May 2016, 10:00 at Abbey Gate, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds (24.4 miles)
Join the Bury Water Meadows Group on an exploration of Bury St Edmund's rivers and water meadows.
Discover green areas that even many locals don't know about and find out what is unique about these rivers in Suffolk.
Duration: 2 hrs / 2.5 miles
Free (donation to the work of the Bury Water Meadows Group welcome)

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


A Ramble Around The Middy, 22nd May 2016, 13:30 at Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum, Wetheringsett (19.2 miles)
Enjoy a circular walk in the countryside around Wetheringsett, starting along the tracks at the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway (The Middy) Museum.
No trains will be running that day and the museum will be open.
There are three stiles along the route.
Duration: 2.5 hrs / 5 miles
Adults £3; children 16 and under, free

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


The A-Z Of Bury St Edmunds, 23rd May 2016, 10:00 at Abbey Gate, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds (24.4 miles)
An historical tour of the streets of Bury St Edmunds starting on Angel Hill onwards covering the whole alphabet. Not necessarily in alphabetical order however you will be intrigued as where to next!
Long stay car parking at Ram Meadow, Cotton Lane, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1X.
Duration: 3 hrs / 3 miles
Adults £5; children over 12, £2

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Blood Donation Session, 23rd May 2016, 12:40 to 19:00 at Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich (7.8 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:40 and 15:30 or between 16:30 and 19:00


Blood Donation Session, 23rd May 2016, 13:00 to 19:00 at Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich (7.8 miles)
Come and donate blood between 13:00 and 15:30 or between 17:00 and 19:00


The Mini Challenge, Day 1: Let the Train take the Strain, 24th May 2016, 10:00 at Train Station, Station Road, Beccles (18 miles)
Catch a train from Beccles to Oulton Broad and walk back on this, the finest and longest, Angles Way walk with the River Waveney on one side, and grazed marshland on the other.
We will pass Suffolk Wildlife Trustâ??s Carlton Marshes Reserve on the way.
Please bring a packed lunch.
Duration: 5 hrs / 9.5 miles
£10 (includes train fair)

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


A Stroll Through The Ages, 25th May 2016, 10:30 at Tourist Information Centre, Crowe Street, Stowmarket (23.5 miles)
A walk and talk about different parts of the historical, industrious market town of Stowmarket, from football to foundry, factories to fire!
We will walk around parts of the town seen, but not often mentioned, and discover its fascinating history.
Duration: 2 hrs / 1- 2 miles
£4

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Somewhere in England, 25th May 2016, 19:30 at Sheringham Little Theatre, Station Road, Sheringham (22.6 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


It's A Walk In The Park, 27th May 2016, 11:00 at Lakenheath Peace Memorial Hall, High Street, Lakenheath, Brandon (23.5 miles)
A gentle walk in Lakenheath Park for people who prefer a shorter walk.
Afterwards, return to the Peace Memorial Hall for refreshments and cake.
Duration: 1 hr / 1 mile
Free

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Festival of the blues, 28th May 2016, 15:00 to 19:00 at Blickling Estate, Blickling (15 miles)
To celebrate our beautiful bluebell season, we're turning Blickling blue.


Rover Car Rally, 29th May 2016 at Bressingham Steam Museum & Gardens, Low Road, Bressingham, Diss (11.4 miles)
This event has now been running for many years and often attracts well over 100 cars with each model being well represented. Trophies are awarded for the best cars as judged by those attending and the car of the show is chosen by the rally sponsor.


Suffolk Plant Heritage Spring Plant Fair 2016 at Helmingham Hall, Suffolk, 29th May 2016, 10:00 to 16:00 at Helmingham Hall (24.1 miles)
The annual Spring Plant Fair, organised by Suffolk Plant Heritage in partnership with Helmingham Hall will be held in the beautiful grounds of Helmingham Hall on May 29th 2016

New enlarged plant and lifestyle event
A GREAT DAY OUT: GARDEN, HOME AND FAMILY

New enlarged Fair:
For 2016 our Plant Fair will be renewed and expanded: specialist nurseries, new artisan and conservation zones, entertainment and children�s activities.
Garden Zone: Nurseries from near and far, with lots of unusual and popular plants for sale, including The Tree Peony Nursery from Yorkshire, ferns, grasses, alpines and much more; local National Plant Collections and the Suffolk Plant Heritage propagation group, which will be selling rare plants, some not offered for sale elsewhere.
Garden Accessories from antique garden tools to modern sculpture and garden furniture.
Conservation Zone: Garden Societies, Local and National Charities, giving specialist advice about plants, gardens and wildlife.
Artisan Zone, A new feature for the plant fair, an area designated to a wide range of artisan exhibitors offering everything from pickles to soap and cards to sun hats, with an emphasis on hand crafted produce form East Anglia

A Free Plant for 800 Visitors:
A plant of the lovely, unusual, Campanula zangezura (rock bellflower), will be given to the first 800 visitors to claim them. Giving a plant away is the best form of conservation, the seed for our free plant has been given to us by Sue Wooster, National Collection Holder of alpine campanulas.

A Day Out for the Family:
Activities for Children: Free Goodie Bags with pumpkin plant. Children�s activities in the Garden Marquee
Eat, Drink and be Merry: live music, a dance tent, home made teas and lunches as well as a range of food stalls. Visitors can enjoy the Grade 1 listed gardens of Helmingham Hall, with walled kitchen garden, herbaceous borders, roses and ancient deer park.

Lots to Learn: The Garden Marquee will host a wide range of Workshops, including garden designer Lady Tollemache; propagation, cookery � from garden to pot, Our Plant Doctors will be available to offer advice on any gardening topic, to identify your mystery plants and plant problems.

Tours of the gardens with Lady Tollemache, tickets �£10 each, are bookable from the Helmingham Estate Office tel no 01473 890799
Entry to the Plant Fair and Helmingham Hall Gardens is �£7.00 per adult. Children are free.
Location: Helmingham Hall is 9 miles NE of Ipswich on the B1077. Post Code IP14 6EF


Musical Landscapes, 29th May 2016, 17:00 at The White Horse, Rendham (23.8 miles)
Join the Wild Adventures under Suffolk's Skies guides for a walk that explores the connection between music, nature, and landscape.
Listen to the sounds of nature and their translation into music, and hear what composers had to say about their inspiration.
Duration: 2 hrs / 2.5 miles
£9

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


THE SILVER DOLLAR COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB - THE DAVE DRAN BAND, 29th May 2016, 19:30 to 22:30 at Park Hotel, Diss, IP2 4LE, Denmark Street, Diss (11.7 miles)
On Sunday 29 May 2016 The Silver Dollar Country Music Club presents THE DAVE DRAIN BAND. Doors 7pm. Music 7.30pm until 10.30pm. Members �£5. Non-Members �£6. For further information please contact John and Teresa Stannard, Committee Members on 01603 433918.


The Gruffalo Visits, 30th May 2016 at Bressingham Steam Museum & Gardens, Low Road, Bressingham, Diss (11.4 miles)
The Gruffalo will be making personal appearances at various times throughout the day. Included in the standard unlimited train rides price.


Early Birders!, 30th May 2016, 7:00 to 9:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
The early bird catches the worm! Join us as we explore the varied habitats at Sheringham Park looking (and listening) for birds.


The Helmingham Estate Walk, 31st May 2016, 9:00 at The Coach House Tearooms, Helmingham (24.1 miles)
The Helmingham Estate has 33 miles of public footpaths. This all day walk will cover parts of the entire estate, seeing how many footpaths can be covered in the day!
Please bring a packed lunch
Duration: 7 hrs / 8 â?? 14 miles
Adults £8.00; children 15 and under, £4; (includes entry into the Grade I Listed gardens)

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Minibeast Madness!, 31st May 2016, 10:30 to 12:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
Join us as we go creepy-crawly crazy!


Somewhere in England, 31st May 2016, 19:30 at The Cut, New Cut, Halesworth (19.7 miles)
Eastern Angles presents a fascinating and moving new theatre production telling the wartime story of the arrival of thousands of American GIs from the 8th US Army Air Force. Nylons, Hershey bars and jitterbugging to Swing Bands in the local village hall all feature but there was another side to this shared history â?? a tale of segregation and of rural communities turned upside down. Kids being forced to grow up before their time, friendships forged and then blown apart and outsiders learning to live amongst the locals.
Discover this important story of how the Eastern region was physically and socially affected by the arrival of our friends from across the pond.


Eye to Diss And Back, 1st June 2016, 9:00 at Cross Street Car Park, Cross Street, Eye (15.1 miles)
A sociable walk in the countryside using footpaths as much as possible
The walk will be at a pace of around 3mph
Please bring a packed lunch
Duration: 7 hrs / 18 miles
Free

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Civil War Conspiracy, 1st June 2016, 11:00 to 16:00 at Elizabethan House Museum, South Quay, Great Yarmouth (22.5 miles)
Find out more about a common soldier's life during the English Civil War and the links to Great Yarmouth.


Made in Norfolk, 1st June 2016, 11:00 to 17:00 at Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate, Felbrigg (20.9 miles)
An event dedicated to all things 'Made in Norfolk'. See the best that Norfolk has to offer with stalls selling everything from food, crafts and produce.


Blood Donation Session, 1st June 2016, 12:45 to 19:30 at Mercure Norwich, Boundary Road, Norwich (7.5 miles)
Come and donate blood between 12:45 and 15:15 or between 16:05 and 19:30


Redgrave Ramble, 2nd June 2016, 10:00 at Churchway, Churchway, Redgrave, Diss (13.2 miles)
Circular walk on the border or Suffolk and Norfolk via Angles Way, Redgrave and Lopham Fen, the source of the Waveney and Redgrave village.
Car park will be open from 9.45 am.
Duration: 3 hrs / 7 miles
Free (donation for the car park welcome)

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


'Things to Do' Thursdays - Outdoor Art Attack!, 2nd June 2016, 10:30 to 12:30 at Sheringham Park, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Sheringham (21.4 miles)
Join us as we make some natural crafts inspired by the colours in our Wild Garden! Create some wild art is one of the 50 things to do before you're 11 �¾


Steampunk Weekend, 4th June 2016 to 5th June 2016 at Bressingham Steam Museum & Gardens, Low Road, Bressingham, Diss (11.4 miles)
Steampunk market, magic, storytelling, Steam driven gallopers, small gauge railways, gardens, engines, Portrait photography, clothing, books, confectionery, antiques, tea duelling, umbrella fencing, victorian games....! The list is endless!


Where Two Rivers Meet, 4th June 2016, 10:00 at Abbey Gate, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds (24.4 miles)
Join the Bury Water Meadows Group on an exploration of Bury St Edmund's rivers and water meadows. Discover green areas that even many locals don't know about and find out what is unique about these rivers in Suffolk.
Duration: 2 hrs / 2.5 miles
Free (donation to the work of the Bury Water Meadows Group welcome)

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Mindfulness Walk At Knettishall Heath, 4th June 2016, 10:30 at Knettishall Heath, Heath Road, Knettishall, Diss (13.7 miles)
Learn the ancient practice of mindful walking in the beautiful setting of Knettishall Heath.
Mindfulness practice is designed to bring you fully into the present moment and helps dissolve unhelpful or stressful thoughts.
Practising in nature makes for a memorable experience.
Not suitable for young children.
Duration: 1.5 hrs / 2.5 miles
£5

Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Bee Weekend, 4th June 2016, 10:30 to 16:30 at Oxburgh Hall, Oxborough (19.6 miles)
Celebrate the importance of bees and discover more about their fascinating world. The West Norfolk Bee-Keeping Association will be on hand as well as other exhibitors. Families can enjoy bee themed activities or tuck into sticky honey treats in...


Stowmarket To Bury St Edmunds Linear Walk, 5th June 2016, 10:30 at Train Station, Station Road East, Stowmarket (23.3 miles)
A great opportunity to discover what is beyond the A14! This linear walk starts at Stowmarket Railway Station and heads out of Stowmarket via Dagworth. Walking through Haughley and stopping for lunch at Elmswell (8miles). Before heading for Norton and Thurston (15 miles) with our final destination being Bury St Edmunds Railway Station (20 miles).
Great foot paths throughout. We should be at Bury St Edmunds no later than 6:30pm.
This walk provides opportunity to complete shorter distances, with the ability to leave at Elmsewell and Thurston.
Not suitable for children. Train fare not included.
Please bring a packed lunch
Duration: 8 hrs / 20 miles
£12


Part of the Suffolk Walking Festival - to book tickets, or find information about other walks please visit http://www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk/


Local Clubs

Dumplin' Country meet at Livestock Market, Hall Road, Norwich (6.7 miles)
Come along and enjoy the best Country music bands and music.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone on 01603 433918 or 01603 451392


Ghostriders CWC meet at Norfolk Dumpling, Hall Road, Norwich (6.7 miles)
Come along and enjoy the best Country music bands and music.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone on 01603 455897 or 01603 487747


Noriwch Hare Krishna Association meet at Wensum lodge, King Street, Norwich (7.7 miles)
Norwich Hare Krishna association meet on the first sunday of evry month and talk about Krishna and the Hare Krishna's. We have kirtans(songs) and book readings with discussions, and the meetings always end in a big vegitarian feast
If you'd like more information, you can email the club or visit thier website


Norwich Gymnastics Club meet at Heartease Rec Ground, Sale Road, Norwich (9.4 miles)
Norwich Gymnastics Club was originally set-up in April 1994 with the amalgamation of Norwich Priory Gym, Glenhill Gymnastics Club and Rainbow Sports Acrobatics Club. The latter two clubs both had leaders who were originally gymnasts and coaches with Priory before they developed other clubs.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone on 01603 502976, email the club or visit thier website


Skate Norfolk meet at Norwich City College, Ipswich Road, Norwich (7 miles)
We run local sessions at Norwich City College Saturdays 16:00- 17:30 and Norwich Wensum Lodge sports centre Saturdays 19:00-21:00. Our sessions are Structured family skating sessions to provide quality tuition for beginners upward.
If you'd like more information, you can email the club


The Black Belt Academy meet at The Black Belt Academy (7.9 miles)
The Academy offers a wide range of classes in Norwich and Norfolk that cater for those seeking the dynamic workout of Kickboxing or Tae-kwon-Do to the more gentle relaxed pace of Tai Chi. We have two venues in the City, (north & south), as well as classes in other areas.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone on 0800 1691328, email the club or visit thier website


Wild Stalion CMC meet at Wild Stallion Dance Ranch, Plumstead Road, Norwich (8.8 miles)
Come along and enjoy the best Country music bands and music.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone on 01603 435666


Your Club Here?
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