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Adult Ballet For Beginners 6:15pm See Monday’s Senior’s Keep Fit Adult Tap 7:15pm See Monday’s Senior’s Keep Fit Age Concern - Swaffham Support Services Volunteer recruitment drop-in at Swaffham Community Centre, SSS Office, 10.00am - 12.00 noon 1st Friday of the month Arts Lounge Drawing/sketching classes 10.00-1pm and 1.30-4.30pm. All equipment and refreshments supplied. £20.00 ppps 01760 723 624 Art, Printing and Paper Craft Session at The Old Art Room 93 Market Place. Techniques, Tips, Inspiration and printing presses in a modern equipped Art &Textile Studio. 10am until 12.30 £10 Tel.01760 337181 Bingo at Narborough Community Centre Doors 6.30pm, eyes-down 7.45pm Contact Mrs Hennessy 01760 337540 Swaffham Bellringers Practice St. Peter & St. Paul Church, 7:30pm on the Friday preceding the 2nd Sunday of the month. Beginners welcome. Tel: 01760 724944/ Swaffham Carpet Bowls Community Centre. 2 hours from 6.30 for £3. Tea & biscuits inc. 01760 627 038 Country Music Last Friday of each month at the communal lounge at Valentine Barker Court, 7.30 to 22.30. Families and friends, free raffle & donations for Wish Upon a Star children’s cancer charity. 0370 192 4797 Games Evening & Social 2nd Friday/month Swaffham Baptists Church Hall - 7:30. All welcome Henchmans Home Ed Board Games 10-1pm, After School Magic 13-18yrs 4-7pm. Magic 7-11pm. Iceni Lunch Club Swaffham Community Centre, £6.00 for two courses and tea/coffee every Friday 12.30pm. 01760 722 800 Indoor Market Swaffham Assembly Rooms 9am-2pm, free entry. Refreshments, various stalls… bookings contact Haydn 07957 862 239 Judo Sacred Heart School 6-7:30pm £2.50 5 years+ Tel. 07920440235 Rise and shine Parent/toddler group at The Oasis Centre, Cley Road 10am – noon. £1.50 per adult/child, 50p for any extra persons, includes a drink + snack Sporle Art Group meets every Friday at 1pm-3pm. in the community hall. No tuition given, bring your own materials.Tea & coffee with cake/biscuits supplied, free intro then £2 per week. For more details. Tel. 01760 724615 Swaffham Senior Section Term time only. 19:30- 21:00. For young women aged 14 to 25yrs. Contact Tracey Clements 07770236689 or Chrissie Brown 07970105771 Tai Chi for Health 10am Advanced Class. Swaffham Community Centre. Tel: 01760 723102 or Swaffham Veterans Snooker Group (60+) 2-5pm at West Acre Village Hall, PE32 1TQ. £3 per player. For more details please call Phillip on 01760 755337 Yoga 10.30 - 12 Green Britain Centre, Swaffham. £7 per class. Contact Jayne on: 07544974342 or email: to book a place. SATURDAY Art Class for over 12s ...and accompanied Children who want to use the sewing machine. The Old Art Room 93 Market Place. 2nd Saturday of the month.10 until 1pm £10 Tel.01760 337181 Arts Lounge Silver Workshops 9:30-3:30 October 22nd & December 10th. All equipment, silver and refreshments inc 01760 723 624 Swaffham Bingo Club Community Centre last Sat in month, 7pm for 7:30pm start. £2.50 annual membership, 50p for visitors. Paul Darby 07880 568628 Children’s Art Club 1st Saturday of the Month. 10am until 12.15 £10 All Equipment, Snack and Drink provided Tel. 01760 337181 Henchmans Magic League 10-1pm. Family Board Games 1st&3rd/ month 12-4pm inc Learn To Play. Paint Miniatures 2nd&4th/month 12-4pm Pentney Country Music Club weekly 01760 337 392 Pokemon; Yu-Gi-Oh! Magic: The Gathering for beginners alternate Sat. Children welcome. 10.30am – 2pm Swaffham Market Traditional market, now 800 years old! Every Saturday 6am until 3pm. Swaffham Market Place. Details 01760 722 922 Swaffham Rugby Football Club West Norfolk Crafters & Needleworkers Stitchers, crafters and knitters who meet at Leziate Village Hall on the 2nd Sat. 01760 720767 SUNDAY Kuk Sool Won Narborough Com. Centre 5.30 - 6.30pm. 07541261713 Pentney Indoor Bowls Club bowls coaching for beginners and improvers Sundays 10am - 12noon. G Freezer 01760 722262 Star Wars @ Henchmans 12-4pm Swaffham Rugby Football Club Minis 10:30-12. Games see Saturday Snooker @ The Norfolk Snooker Academy West Acre 3 hours play £9. Facebook - Norfolk Snooker Academy 01760-755337 Spiritual Awareness Group Most Sundays 5:15pm to 6:30pm for Healing and 6:30pm to 8:30pm Service at Swaffham Community Centre St Andrew’s Primary N Pickenham Mrs Roberts and the lovely adults and children of Chestnut class have been doing lots to improve the outside learning area. But there’s a lot still to do and we need a little help. Could you put our new bike shed together? Could you help us dig over the flower area? Could you make us a bike track? Are you any good with DIY? Would you be able to make us: •Some road signs •Some chalk board easels •A weaving board •A water wall and/or concrete river channel Do you have any of the following things you would be happy to donate? •Dinosaurs, animals, cars/ trucks for sand (large so they won’t get lost outside) (or small we could use inside) •Xylophone, hand bells •Child sized wheelbarrow/ shopping trolley, skittles •Off cuts of wood, pipe and guttering, a water pump, mirrors (with safety glass), large plant pots, plastic trugs, child watering cans, plain large picture frames •Shells, cutlery, tiles, corks, taps, baking trays, baskets, small saucepans/ frying pans, wooden spoons, ladles, whisks, spatulas etc •Plain plastic buckets, funnels, jugs, bowls, sieves, flexible plastic piping •Bean bags or mats with letters or numbers on •Bamboo, garden canes, large pine cones, logs, child sized brooms/ mops, large sponges, chalk boards •Wheels, tyres, traffic cones, steering wheels, handle bars Any time, skills or donations would be a great help. 6

The Nicholas Hamond Academy Students lay a wreath at the Menin Gate in Ypres Exploring the muddy trenches of the Battlefields helped students imagine conditions experienced by allied forces during the First World War. Two students had the honour of laying a wreath as part of the Last Post, a ceremony which has taken place every evening since 1928 at the Menin Gate, Ypres, honouring the courage and self-sacrifice of those who fell in defence of the town. Evidence of the true human cost of the War was seen on the final visit to the Cloth Hall in Ypres and Tyne Cot cemetery (the largest commonwealth military cemetery in the world). Conquering the hire wire Building confidence, resilience and the opportunity for new adventures are just some of the reasons that students have signed up to the Duke of Edinburgh Programme. They are currently planning a range of activities in order to complete the Bronze Award over the next six months which include basketball, mountain biking, volunteering at the local library and helping at an animal charity. Students will also plan a two day overnight camping expedition challenging navigational skills, camp craft and promoting teamwork. Students ready for the clean up There was no shortage of volunteers to help support the ‘clean-up day’ in Swaffham town centre recently. Always keen to get involved with activities in the wider community, eight of our students joined forces with the local townspeople in a pledge to keep an area of the town free from litter. Kitted out with high viz vests, gloves, litter picking tools and bin bags students cleared the hedgerows and pavements of rubbish and have promised to repeat this exercise if necessary during the Summer. Whether climbing the high wire or improving their archery skills, students enjoyed the many exciting activities at Kingswood in Overstrand recently. TNHA organised the residential trip for Year 9 students to experience challenges demanding problem solving, initiative and teamwork in the grounds of Lutyens Manor House. All thoroughly enjoyed their stay, returning tired and full of stories of their great adventures! 7 DofE participants ready for the challenge Swaffham Infant School Swaffham Infant and Nursery train is ready for all to climb on board. Friends of Swaffham Infants asked local firms if they could help in any way to renovate the outside play train and were pleased when Johnstone’s Decorating Centre and Brewers Decorating Centre from King’s Lynn donated some paint.They were amazed when AMB Plant, Civil and Utility Contractors, from Swaffham offered to complete the work themselves including replacing wood and flooring. The work was completed over the Easter holidays, and as you can see the children are loving it! Photo shows Mr Alan Bailey and Mr Craig Dye from AMB Plant as some of the children thank them for their work.

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