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Events Scheduled for 2024

Friday 23rd February - WMS Quiz Night
The list is now full for this, and I have the majority of food orders and fees so thank you. There will be a raffle so if you have a contribution for a prize that would be much appreciated.

Tuesday 5th March - Ten Pin Bowling
The next visit to Strikes bowling alley in Dereham is being organised. Please let me know if you can make this day and I will confirm details.

TBC - A Day Out On The Norfolk Broads
Malcolm is looking at organising a day on the Broads with a 3-hour trip on a river trip boat. This will be a coach trip to Wroxham with some free time as well as the boat trip. Cost TBC. Provisional date for this is Tuesday 18th June. Please put your name on the noticeboard list or email me.

Friday 19th July - Cromer End Of Pier Show
This year we are booked for the matinee performance. I only 7 more places available for this trip so please let me know if you want to come, first come first served. Cost will be approx. £35 to include show and coach.

Wednesday 4th December - Thursford Christmas Spectacular
This year if there is enough interest, I am looking to book the evening show. Please let me know ASAP if you want to come. Cost will be approx. £60 to include show and coach.


                Event                                 Date                      Venue                      Time               est. Cost

Fly Fishing                                       TBC                   Tuddenham                TBC                    TBC

Archery                                            TBC                   Letton Hall                TBC                    TBC

Go Karting                                       TBC                   Letton Hall                TBC                    TBC

Please see the notice board in the social room for forthcoming events and outings. Some of these  have a fixed date and some are proposals. Once I have sufficient interest shown for a trip or event, I will organise a date and book the venue and coach as necessary.
Malcolm Trayhorn

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