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Acle Good Neighbours Quiz

Acle Good Neighbours Quiz

Saturday 19 th March 2016 A VERY SHAPELY QUIZ St.

Edmund s Parish Hall, Acle (Opposite Budgens) 7.30 for 8.00 p.m.

start 3.00 per person to enter (All ages welcome maximum 6 per team) BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS AND NIBBLES Free tea / coffee at half time For more information or to book a table, contact Angela Bishop on 01493 751299

Acle & District 49+ Club

Acle & District 49+ Club

Acle & District 49+ Club This friendly club meets on the first Tuesday of every month, except August, in St Edmunds Parish Room, opposite Budgens, at 2.00pm The next meetings are: 1st March Last Train Ride in America 5th April tba 3rd May The Galapagos Islands New members always welcome contact John Harriss on 01493 751057

LADIES' PAMPER EVENING

LADIES' PAMPER EVENING

FRIDAY 26TH FEBRUARY: 7pm 9.30pm Meeting Point, Jubilee Suite, St Withburga Lane, Dereham NR16 1ED COME AND TREAT YOURSELF, RELAX, BE PAMPERED AND LEAVE FEELING LIKE A NEW WOMAN TICKETS 2.00 For further information contact Mary Turrell on 01362 861437 Or Shonette Mooney at Meeting Point : Tel 01362 698866 ORGANISED BY FRIENDS OF MEETING POINT (A SMALL CHARITY)

101: Police non-emergency number

101: Police non-emergency number

Norfolk Constabulary is supporting a Home Office campaign reminding the public that they should call 101 if they need to contact their local police for non-emergency issues. More than three quarters of 999 calls received by the police are for non-emergencies, such as people reporting crimes that are no longer in progress (for example discovering that their home has been burgled or their vehicle has been stolen), or wanting to discuss anti-social behaviour in their local area.

101 is an easy-to-remember number for the public to call the police, and is designed to reduce the number of non-emergency 999 calls. This allows the police to respond more quickly to genuine emergencies, such as when someone is in immediate danger, a crime is happening right now, or a suspect for a serious crime is nearby.

Launched in 2012, 101 covers all police forces across the UK and has replaced individual forces local numbers.

A call to 101 costs just 15 pence no matter how long your call is.

Not only is this cheaper than some forces local numbers, the single rate for every call means you know exactly how much your call will cost.

Acle Evening WI | Upton with Fishley Parish Council

Acle Evening WI | Upton with Fishley Parish Council

The next meeting is Thursday, 14th January. This month the meeting is being held at Acle Library, with a talk from the manager. The meeting starts at 7.30pm.

Refreshments and raffle. If you think you might like to join the Acle Evening WI, come along to see if you like it. Your first couple of meetings are free.

Thereafter the subs are 37.50 for the year.

They have a variety of speakers, social events, lunches, outings and a summer tea party.