West Norfolk Aviation Society – January 2022

On Tuesday 11th January 2022 a healthy crew assembled at the Mundford Bowls Club all prepared for take-off. There were some old-ish faces returning to the fold with the prospect of three potential new members.  Commander, David A, called us all to order and announced the first action for the evening: a quiz presented by Chairman and resident wit, Chris H. Each crew member was given a check list with 10…

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5 Steps to tackling New Year credit card fear

A local free debt help charity is offering support to those who are struggling financially at the start of 2022Fountain of Life church in Ashill, which partners with national charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP), has been providing a free debt help service in the Mid-Norfolk area since April 2014 CAP’s Mid-Norfolk Debt Centre Manager, Heather Nunn says, “Christmas is often an expensive time of year, so it’s common for us to…

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Cabinet votes to support draft “balanced budget” proposals

Breckland Council Cabinet voted to support draft “balanced budget” proposals at a meeting on 10th January, Councillors discussed a draft budget for 2022-23 which is balanced and enables the delivery of a range of initiatives, despite ongoing challenges such as the pandemic and falling central government funding. The draft budget will be presented to the Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Commission later this month before being put to a vote with…

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Cock-a-doodle don’t ​

Cock-a-doodle don’t ​ The owner of a flock of noisy cockerels which were kept in a house’s conservatory has been fined £660 by Breckland Council after his birds regularly woke neighbours in the early hours.  The resident, in the Neatherd area of Dereham, was issued a noise abatement notice by Breckland Council after receiving numerous complaints about the poultry owner allowing his cockerels to cause a noise nuisance in a…

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WILD CHURCH 2022

WILD CHURCH 2022 What a wonderful six months we have had at Wild Church. Thankyou to everyone who has joined with us as we have explored nature and faith and been encouraged to do more to look after our wildly wonderful world. We have enjoyed going on bug hunts and building a community bug hotel at Loch Neaton. We went pond dipping in the Loch and found lots of beasties.…

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The Wayland Players

We, The Wayland Players, were established in 1949 and in the seventy years plus since have been treating the folk of Watton and district with a wide variety of plays, comedies and similar entertainments. We are a friendly lot who share a love the theatre and we always welcome newcomers to the group. Not all our activity is on stage – we have a lively social life too. So, if…

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Wayland Men’s Shed

What is a Men’s Shed? A Men’s Shed is a friendly, lively, creative place where men can learn new skills, work on projects together or individually, enjoy each other’s company and share jokes, stories and maybe even some of the problems and challenges they are facing. In doing so, it can help to alleviate loneliness and isolation whilst contributing to better physical and mental health and wellbeing outcomes for those…

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SALEC TRAVEL LTD

SALEC TRAVEL LTD Taxis, 8 Seaters, 16 Seaters 29, 49 & 53 Seaters All Available For Private Hire For Airport Transfers, Railway Stations, Group Days Out, School Trips & Much More Just Ring For A Quote. PHONE: 01953 881159 Email: salectaxis@btconnect.com  Website: www.salectravel.co.uk 2022 Day Excursions 23rd April Ely Market 9am & 4pm Adult £18 Child £12 28th May Southwold & Dunwich (Fish & Chip lunch included) 9.30am & 4pm Return…

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Watton & District Rotary Club

WATTON & DISTRICT ROTARY CLUB We are part of an international group of worldwide Rotary Clubs dedicated to provide service to help improve the life of our community. We meet every Thursday evening at 7.30 for 8.00pm at The Broom Hall Hotel, Saham Toney, Watton, where we enjoy a 2 course dinner usually followed by a speaker on a wide variety of topics. Club members enjoy the fellowship of the…

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