Local events

Community Shop Coffee Morning 14th October

10.30am at the shop – coffee and cake £2.50

Tombola, raffle -all proceeds to shop funds

The shop is open every day from 8am to 6pm (8am to 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays in winter)

History Group – 15th October

History of Upton Methodist Chapel

Sunday, 15th October 2-4pm in Upton Village Hall

free admission

23rd September – open day at St Margaret’s Church

10.30am – 4.00pm

Poster

Broadsider September and October 2017

Click here for latest copy

Acle Show on Saturday, 9th September

2.30pm at Acle Academy

Poster

Bring your teddy bears for a competition

Acle Quiz – 23rd September

Saturday 23rd September 2017

A VERY HOT QUIZ

St. Edmund’s Parish Hall, Acle

(Next to Church)

 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

PROCEEDS TO ACLE GOOD NEIGHBOURS / DEMENTIA FRIENDLY GARDEN

Jumble sale 9th September

Jumble sale at Upton village hall on Saturday, 9th September from 2.00pm

Bric a Brac, nearly new clothing, books, toys and games

Charity reg: 1067912

Macmillan Cancer Support – 7th September

We’re in your area.

No appointment necessary. Come and talk to our friendly specialists.

Thursday 7 September
War Memorial Recreation Ground Car Park
Bridewell Lane, NR13 3RA
Acle

10am to 4pm

 Or pick up some of our free leaflets

Or phone our free support line on 0808 808 00 00

Or visit www.macmillan.org.uk

East Coast Truckers – road closures A47 on 27th August

There will be a rolling road closure of the A47 for the East Coast Truckers convoy on Sunday, 27th August.

The convoy starts from County Hall in Norwich at 10.00 and travels to Lowestoft arriving about 12.00. The return convoy leaves Lowestoft for Norwich at about 17.15

Concert at South Walsham 22nd September

NORTHERN HARMONY IN CONCERT

The brilliant singers of Northern Harmony are returning to St Lawrence’s, South Walsham, on Friday 22ndSeptember. Based in Vermont USA, they have won a worldwide reputation for their command of harmony singing styles from across the globe: South African songs and dances, traditional music from Corsica, Georgia and the Balkans, American shape-note singing, and renaissance works. Tickets are £10, available on the door, or you can book with Stephanie Anderson on 01692 583400.