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October 2021

Arty Crafty Tuesday Brockdish

Arty Crafty Tuesday Brockdish

Tuesday 26th October 2021

Waveney Heritage Centre

10am-12pm, 2nd and 4th Tues of the month 


A safe, relaxed and friendly art and craft group for all abilities.

Bring along your own materials.  Anything arty and crafty goes - knitting, drawing, embroidery, crocheting, colouring - whatever you like.  A still life table will be set up for those who would like to draw or paint.


Drop in sessions: £5 per session or book five sessions in advance for £20.  

Refreshments available (small extra cost)

To book contact Julie on 01379 309273 or email the.peacock.emporium@gmail.com

Harleston Players

Harleston Players

Thursday 28th October 2021

Harleston Players present Waiting For God

7:30pm at Archbishop Sancroft High School, Wilderness Lane, Harleston

The popular TV series Waiting for God ran for five series in the early 1990's. A play verison was suggested at the time, but author Michael Aitkens was too busy to consider it. But thirty years later, he considered again and here is the outcome.

Set in Bayview Retirement Home, run by slimy, out-for-profit Harvey Baines, ex-war correspondent/photographer

Diana Trent is furious at where life has now landed her and determined to make her presence felt at every opportunity.

In the neighbouring apartment is ex-accountant Tom Ballard, deposited here as his daughter-in-law can't stand him in the house any longer. Far from being upser and resentful, he optimistically regards this as the next adventure.

Performances at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £10.00, available from 1st October at Robinson's Traditional Stationers and online from  www.harlestonplayers.co.uk

Harleston Players

Harleston Players

Friday 29th October 2021

Harleston Players present Waiting For God

7:30pm at Archbishop Sancroft High School, Wilderness Lane, Harleston

The popular TV series Waiting for God ran for five series in the early 1990's. A play verison was suggested at the time, but author Michael Aitkens was too busy to consider it. But thirty years later, he considered again and here is the outcome.

Set in Bayview Retirement Home, run by slimy, out-for-profit Harvey Baines, ex-war correspondent/photographer

Diana Trent is furious at where life has now landed her and determined to make her presence felt at every opportunity.

In the neighbouring apartment is ex-accountant Tom Ballard, deposited here as his daughter-in-law can't stand him in the house any longer. Far from being upset and resentful, he optimistically regards this as the next adventure.

Performances at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £10.00, available from 1st October at Robinson's Traditional Stationers and online from  www.harlestonplayers.co.uk

Harleston Players

Harleston Players

Saturday 30th October 2021

Harleston Players present Waiting For God

7:30pm at Archbishop Sancroft High School

The popular TV series Waiting for God ran for five series in the early 1990's. A play verison was suggested at the time, but author Michael Aitkens was too busy to consider it. But thirty years later, he considered again and here is the outcome.

Set in Bayview Retirement Home, run by slimy, out-for-profit Harvey Baines, ex-war correspondent/photographer

Diana Trent is furious at where life has now landed her and determined to make her presence felt at every opportunity.

In the neighbouring apartment is ex-accountant Tom Ballard, deposited here as his daughter-in-law can't stand him in the house any longer. Far from being upset and resentful, he optimistically regards this as the next adventure.

Performances at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £10.00, available from 1st October at Robinson's Traditional Stationers and online from  www.harlestonplayers.co.uk

Bereavement Friendship & Support

Bereavement Friendship & Support

Sunday 31st October 2021

King Georges Hall, Broad Street, Harleston

Last sunday of each month, 2-4pm


Have you experienced a bereavement and wish to talk about it?

Free of charge, free ample parking, non-denominational, coordinator to greet you, free refreshments, conversation, encouragement, safe and confidential, meet new friends.


For more information or to book your place, please call 01379 851253 or 871169

or walk into your Susan Whymark Funeral Service office

Ley House, 11a London Road, Harleston IP20 9HE

November 2021

Red House Yard Open Day

Red House Yard Open Day

Thursday 4th November 2021

Open Day 10am-3pm

Red House Yard, Thornham Estate, Thornham Magna, IP23 8HH

Various artists' studios, pottery, photographers and Gift & Eco shop will all be open

Come and meet the artists.

View original artwork and visit outside stalls with handcrafted items by local makers

Refreshments available

Tel:  01379 788660

Coffee and Cake

Coffee and Cake

Saturday 6th November 2021

St John's Church PCC, Harleston

Please join us for Coffee and cake

09.30 - 12 noon

Everyone Welcome

Our Coffee mornings are held on the 1st Saturday of every month.

County Councillor Monthly Surgery

County Councillor Monthly Surgery

Saturday 13th November 2021

10am HIP Information Centre, 8 Exchange Street

Martin Wilby, Norfolk County Councillor, monthly surgery at the Information Centre on the second Saturday of each month.

Martin.wilby@norfolk.gov.uk

01379 741504

Harleston Cinema

Harleston Cinema

Thursday 18th November 2021

"THE LAST BUS"   12A rated  under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

starring Timophy Spall & Phyllis Logan

Matinee 2pm;   Evening 7.30pm  (doors open 1.30pm and 7pm)

Venue:  Harleston Masonic Rooms, Redenall Road

All required Covid measures will be taken in accordance with current guidelines.  Masks are kindly requested when moving around the venue, but not required when seated.

Timothy Spall gives another performance of a lifetime in The Last Bus, as a pensioner on a poignant mission from John O’ Groats to Lands End with the aid his free bus pass

80-something Tom, whose wife has just passed away, uses his free bus pass to travel from John O’Groats to Lands End where they first met, using only local buses. It’s a nostalgic trip, but he’s also carrying his wife's ashes in a small suitcase, `taking her back'. In the course of his travels he interacts with local people, and by the end of his trip he has become a celebrity. With his map of the UK, precious brown suitcase and habit of nodding off, he learns to rely on a string of kind-hearted strangers, from hen-night revellers to a Ukrainian wedding


Seats are £4  please book at Harleston Information Plus, Exchange Street, email hip@harleston-norfolk.org.uk or call 01379 851917 - payment £4 per head made on the door


Ice creams at the interval;  bar also available for the evening screening 


more information at www.visitharleston.org.uk


Bereavement Friendship & Support

Bereavement Friendship & Support

Sunday 28th November 2021

King Georges Hall, Broad Street, Harleston

Last sunday of each month, 2-4pm


Have you experienced a bereavement and wish to talk about it?

Free of charge, free ample parking, non-denominational, coordinator to greet you, free refreshments, conversation, encouragement, safe and confidential, meet new friends.


For more information or to book your place, please call 01379 851253 or 871169

or walk into your Susan Whymark Funeral Service office

Ley House, 11a London Road, Harleston IP20 9HE

December 2021

Coffee and Cake

Coffee and Cake

Saturday 4th December 2021

St John's Church PCC, Harleston

Please join us for Coffee and cake

09.30 - 12 noon

Everyone Welcome

Our Coffee mornings are held on the 1st Saturday of every month.

County Councillor Monthly Surgery

County Councillor Monthly Surgery

Saturday 11th December 2021

10am HIP Information Centre, 8 Exchange Street

Martin Wilby, Norfolk County Councillor, monthly surgery, 2nd Saturday of each month

Martin.wilby@norfolk.gov.uk

01379 741504

Bereavement Friendship & Support

Bereavement Friendship & Support

Sunday 19th December 2021

King Georges Hall, Broad Street, Harleston

Last sunday of each month, 2-4pm


Have you experienced a bereavement and wish to talk about it?

Free of charge, free ample parking, non-denominational, coordinator to greet you, free refreshments, conversation, encouragement, safe and confidential, meet new friends.


For more information or to book your place, please call 01379 851253 or 871169

or walk into your Susan Whymark Funeral Service office

Ley House, 11a London Road, Harleston IP20 9HE

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