Sunday, 29 May 2016

Lots to do in Old Buckenham

Diary dates for June

Wednesday 1    Women's Fellowship, Methodist Chapel, 2.30pm

Thursday 2    Parish Council, Village Hall, 7.30pm

Saturday 4    Spring Fayre, Church Rooms, 2pm to 4.30pm

Sunday 5    Wargames Club, Village Hall, 2.30pm to 6pm

Monday 6    Monday Mardle, Church Rooms, 2.15pm to 4.15pm

Tuesday 7    Coffee and chat, Church Rooms, 10.30am onwards

Tuesday 7    Flower arranging demonstration, Methodist Chapel, 7pm

Wednesday 8    Luncheon Club Village Hall, 10am to 2pm

Thursday 9    Breckland Flower Club, Village Hall, 2pm

Thursday 9    Social and Wine Circle, Church Rooms, 7.30pm for 7.45pm

Friday 10    Boogs music and tv quiz, Village Hall, 7.30pm for 8pm start

Sunday 12   Windmill open, 2pm to 5pm

Monday 13    Whist drive, Church Rooms, 2pm

Wednesday 15    Women's Cycle Tour speeds through village about 12.50pm

Wednesday 15    Jazz at the Gamekeeper, 8.30pm

Saturday 18    Strawberry Fete, Primary School, 10am to 3pm

Monday 20    Monday Mardle, Church Rooms, 2.15pm to 4.15pm

Wednesday 22    Luncheon Club, Village Hall, 10am to 2pm

Thursday 23    
European Referendum Election, Village Hall, 7am to 10pm                                                                                                                                                                       
Thursday 23    Women's Institute, Village Hall, 7.30pm

Saturday 25    Table top sale, Methodist Chapel, 10am to 12 noon

Saturday 25    Evening garden party, 1 Mill Lane, 6pm

Wednesday 29    High School Summer Concert, 7.30pm

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On Tuesday [7th June] I visited Old Buckenham and popped into the church to have a look round. got chatting with John who invited me to join them over at the hall for coffee and chat. Barbara your scones are delicious and thank you John for telling me about the church and the village. Old Buckenham is without doubt a delightful and very friendly village, the green is an absolute delight too, wonderful to see the tall grasses and abundance of wild flowers growing there. Thank you to all for making me feel so very welcome.