(25th 28th March 2016)
Treat yourself to a luxury 2 night or 3 night break at Barnham Broom this Easter.
Look what s included:
Luxury overnight accommodation
3 course dinner in the award winning Brasserie each night of your stay
Full English breakfast
30 minute treatment or a round of golf per person
Afternoon tea on the day of departure
Complimentary use of The Edge health & fitness club
From 199 per person sharing
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Xylophone Productions presents Can You Dig It; Full of comedy songs about growing your own vegetables, including a powerful love song to Alan Titchmarsh, and a virtuoso performance on a cucumber trumpet, Can You Dig It? will appeal to gardeners and non-gardeners alike!
Can You Dig It will be touring around Norfolk throughout March; along with our Village Hall promoters, Creative Arts East has been working with Pub is the Hub to create a special showcase of Live Theatre performances in pubs in Norfolk.
Terry Stork, Advisor for Pub is The Hub commented:
We ve been delighted to work with Karen and the team from Creative Arts East to set up these live productions in rural community pubs.
Nothing beats live performance for excitement, so to bring it into the heart of local communities will be a real treat for locals who can t always get out to venues in major towns and cities.
The Banningham Crown on Thursday 3rd March at 7.30pm (Pub)
Colby Road, Banningham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 7DY
Tickets: 10 Ticket price includes Supper
Box Office: 01263 733534
Sedgeford Village Hall on Friday 4th March 7.30pm
Jarvie Close, Sedgeford, Norfolk PE36 5NG
Tickets: 12.00 which includes a glass of wine.
Box Office: 01485 570097 | 01485 579355
The Mermaid Inn Saturday 5th March 8pm (Pub)
Church Street, Elsing, Nr Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3EA
Tickets: 5 Ticket price includes A mug of chunky allotment soup and a doorstep for dipping
Box Office: 01362 637640
Cley Marshes Visitors Centre Thursday 10th March 6.30pm
Coast Road, Cley, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7SA
Tickets: 12 per person
Box Office: 01263 740008
Coach and Horses, Friday 11th March 7.30pm
77 Manor Road, Dersingham PE31 6LN
Tickets: FREE EVENT
Ludham Village Hall Saturday 12th March 7.30pm
Norwich Road, Ludham, NR29 5PB
Tickets: 8 proceeds go to Ludham Church
Box Office: Tickets available from Ludham Butchers
or by SAE and Cheque to
Ludham PCC, The Limes, Norwich Road, Ludham, Norfolk, NR29 5QA
Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 13th March 7.30pm
Hale Road, Ashill, Norfolk, IP25 7AX
Box Office: 01760 441196 | 01760 441374
The Pavilion Hindringham Saturday 26th March 7.30pm (Pub)
Wells Road, Hindringham, Norfolk, NR21 0PL
Tickets: 5 including soup and roll, Numbers are limited so book early.
Raffle for Pavilion funds.
Box office: 01328 878805
This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England,
Norfolk County Council and Breckland Council.
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Photo of the charity s trustees celebrating the grant
The dream of building an innovative centre for people with life-limiting illnesses in east Suffolk and south Norfolk has moved one giant leap closer to becoming a reality after the campaign was given a late Christmas gift of 60,000.
Halesworth Community Nursing Care Fund (HCNCF) has been awarded the generous grant from the Wolfson Foundation towards its information and support centre (ISC) appeal. The money takes the total raised so far to 542,000 more than 75% of the 714,000 target.
The Wolfson Foundation is an independent charity which supports and promotes excellence in the fields of science, health, education and the arts. It has awarded more than 800m to over 10,000 projects throughout the UK since it was established in 1955, with all grants made following an expert review.
The money given to HCNCF will be put towards the ISC, which aims to bring a full range of holistic services closer to home for patients with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers.
This includes benefits advice, wig-fitting, children and family support, complementary therapies, help understanding a diagnosis, counselling and bereavement support.
The centre will be built on land adjacent to Cutlers Hill Surgery in Halesworth, and will serve people living in a 15-mile radius of the town.
Ted Edwards, ISC chairman, said: This is an absolutely fantastic late Christmas present for the charity and a wonderful start to the new year.
We are incredibly grateful to the Wolfson Foundation for their generosity which has brought this valuable project one step closer.
The foundation s donation takes the total raised so far to more than 75% of our target, which means we can start to draw up tender documentation with a view to appointing a contractor to begin work on site.
This is brilliant news for the people of east Suffolk and south Norfolk who currently have to travel much further afield to access the sort of help and support we will be providing at the ICS.
For more information about the ISC project, or to make a donation, visit www.halesworthhealth.org/information-and-support-centre
Halesworth Community Nursing Care Fund is a local charity (charity number 1155419) which was set up 25 years ago to support people with life-limiting illnesses who wish to die in the comfort and security of their own homes.
It works alongside the NHS and social services to provide extra equipment and 24 hour care in the last days of life along with emotional, physical and practical support at the time when people need it the most.
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- ^ www.halesworthhealth.org/nursing-care-fund (www.halesworthhealth.org)