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Get ready for a toe-tapping Christmas with 'Something Happened … 0

Get ready for a toe-tapping Christmas with 'Something Happened …

Get ready for a toe-tapping Christmas with Something Happened Join us for a jolly Christmas celebration as Something Happened , brings the festive spirit alive, with the support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East. Following their highly successful show A Touch of Class , this talented trio once again combine humour and sparkling musicianship, un-wrapping little-known Yuletide classics as well as giving their own treatment to much-loved favourites, topped off with their own original contributions. You can see Something Happened at Christmas at Whissonsett Village Hall on Saturday 28 th November at 7.30pm Welborne Village Hall, London Street, Whissonsett, Norfolk NR20 5ST 8.50 Adult, 7.50 Concession, 5 Child (10+) 01328 700010 or 01328 700288 The Granary Theatre, Wells-next-the-sea on Friday 4 th December at 7.30pm The Granary Theatre, Staithe Street, Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk NR23 1AU 10 Adult, 9 Concessions, 8 Friends of The Granary 01328 710885 Sedgeford Village Hall on Friday 11th December 2015 at 7.30pm Sedgeford Village Hall, Jarvie Close, Sedgeford PE36 5NG 01485 570097 or 01485 579355 Tickets 12 includes, a glass of wine Hindolveston Village Hall on Saturday 12th December 2015 at 7.30pm Hindolveston Village Hall, The Street, Hindolveston Norfolk NR20 5DD 10 Adult, 6 Under 16 s 01263 862705 or 01263 861748 This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and the Borough Council of King s Lynn and West Norfolk.

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King's Lynn club supports Red Wellies – Fenland Citizen 0

King's Lynn club supports Red Wellies – Fenland Citizen

Lynnsport Ladybirds running group held their new year meal at the Riverside Restaurant in Lynn and used the occasion to present cheques to local charities Red Wellies and Reach for a Star. Mr Wiles reports that other recent donations to Red Wellies include 50 from Bob Booth, 300 from the Hunt Family of Terrington St Clement, 3,000 from the George Mason Charitable Trust at Sedgeford and 399.42 from Slimming World, Lynn. A further 267 was raised at a quiz night held in North Wootton.

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