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September 2020

Harleston Country Market

Harleston Country Market

Wednesday 30th September 2020


Visit us outside King George's Hall next to the Museum between 9:30 - 11 for collection of pre-booked orders

There will be a few bakery products for you to buy on the day and a list of products/prices for orders. We will always try to have local seasonal produce, plants and preserves for you to buy every Wednesday, but far better to order the home baking side in advance then you know your favourites will be waiting for you at the next market. 

Here are the 4 ways you can order: 

- Visit Facebook page Harleston Country Market and message us (latest 6pm Sunday). 

- Call the Market Manager on 01379 676296 (latest 6pm Sunday) to place your order. 

- E-mail your order to: memrperry@gmail.com(latest 6pm Sunday). 


October 2020

Red Lion Coffee Morning

Red Lion Coffee Morning

Tuesday 6th October 2020

10am Needham 

Coffee and cakes - 1st Tuesday of each month


All proceeds to local charities

Careers Advice

Careers Advice

Thursday 8th October 2020

9.30am-3.30pm at Harleston Information Centre


Free Careers Advice delivered by the National Careers Service.  Socially distanced 1:1 appointments available throughout the day offering honest, straightforward, and practical advice and support, helping you explore your options, find opportunities and prepare for the future.


Please call Lucy at the Jobs Club on 01379 851920 or email jobsclub@harleston-norfolk.org.uk to book your appointment.


Personalities, Puritans & Pestilence in 17th Century Harleston

Personalities, Puritans & Pestilence in 17th Century Harleston

Tuesday 13th October 2020

An illustrated online talk.  7pm-8.30pm

Local historians Gordon Lascelles and Stephen Poulter present some of the highlights from a trove of original documents recently discovered by volunteers working on the Harleston 1600s Historical Research Project. 

Due to government guidelines on social distancing they will use the online application Zoom to share stories of a number of the town’s leading residents and also how, in 1627, remarkably familiar lockdown measures prevented the spread of the plague, which threatened the entire population of Harleston.

Tickets £4 per household

To book a ticket go to www.eventbrite.co.uk and enter 117740837013 in the search box, then press Enter. Or click on this link - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/personalities-puritans-pestilence-in-17th-century-harleston-tickets-117740837013. If any difficulties contact nmstainton@gmail.com 


Mayflower 400 online virtual tour

Mayflower 400 online virtual tour

Thursday 15th October 2020

6pm virtual walk through rotherhithe, home to the Mayflower and her crew.



To restart or Mayflower 400 in Harleston Lecture programme we will take a virtual walk through Rotherhithe in London, home to the Mayflower and her crew.  It was both the starting point and ending point for the Mayflower ship and her Master Christopher Jones.  This presentation will restart our Mayflower 400 in Harleston Lecture series.


The Mayflower story and Rotherhithe's role in that historic voyage are deeply intertwined. Rotherhithe has a long seafaring and ship building history and was the place where Christopher Jones, the captain and part owner of the ship, and many of the crew lived.  In July 1620 the Mayflower sailed from Rotherhithe to begin the epic journey.  After the arduous journey to America, a terrible winter, sickness and hardship the ship and surviving crew returned to Rotherhithe.  Both the Mayflower and Christopher Jones her ended their days in Rotherhithe.


Our virtual walk takes us to a pub where Master Jones is said to have hired his crew, another from where the settlers boarded the Mayflower, and even the burial grounds of Master Christopher Jones.  There is a church and school from the days of the Pilgrims and memorials built to commemorate those brave souls of the past.


Chris Green, Blue Badge Gude, will be our guide.  Chris created the official Mayflower guided walk of Rotherhithe through her company, Heritage and Arts for the Southwark Borough Council.  Heritage and Arts are endorsed by the national Mayflower 400 uk programme.  This virtual walk will follow the route of the official walk.


This is a FREE event but you must register:


https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkdeqgrTIuE9cokF_yVwmEDvxyCEVAMzRB

November 2020

Harleston Christmas Market

Harleston Christmas Market

Saturday 28th November 2020

Christmas Market   9.30am  - 6pm

Join in the festivities

Christmas Gifts & Crafts

Street Food

Visit Santa

and so much more

February 2021

Harleston Flower Club AGM

Harleston Flower Club AGM

Saturday 6th February 2021

Harleston Flower Club AGM at 2pm

Community Centre, Tunbeck Close, Wortwell Harleston IP20 0HS

Chairperson - Mrs Dawn Dawson  - 01379 855440


Annual Subscription  £25.00   -- Visitors £5.00

Event ---  AGM & Tea

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