Downham market: Bexwell Church coffee morning at town hall Clock Room, 9.30am to 11.30am. Stalls, raffle, home-baking, bric-a-brac and gifts. Free admission, all welcome.

King’s Lynn: Screening of I, Daniel Blake by King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club at the Guildhall of St George, for the Purfleet Trust. Canape and drinks reception in the Shakespeare Barn in the Arts Centre. Tickets for reception and film are £10, seats for film alone £5. Call 07803 076486.

Also, King’s Lynn Literature Festivals at the town hall until Sunday. Tickets £8.50, weekend pass £37.50. Call 01553 691661 or 761919.

Also, A4 brass quartet final coffee concert in King’s Lynn Festival’s autumn/winter season at Lynn town hall at 11am. Tickets £13, under 18s £7 from the Corn Exchange.

Marshland St James: Marshland Country Music with Steve Key, 8pm start, £7 entry. Refreshments available, bring your own drink. Call 01406 821760 or 07799714767 or turn up on the night.

Sandringham: Gardening with Disabilities at The Conservatory, Park House, 2pm. Annual meeting and talk. £2 including raffle and refreshments. Call 01485 544953.

Snettisham: Charity quiz at The Granary, 6 Beach Road, for CLIC Sargent. Teams up to six, £3.50 per head. Refreshments provided, bring own alcohol. Call 07760115888.

Thornham: Showing of A Plastic Ocean at the village hall, 7pm. Free admission, refreshments and bar.

Walpole St Peter: Bingo at the parish hall, Church Road, for rebuilding hall fund, 7.30pm start.

West Rudham: Bingo, 7.30pm for Norfolk ladies bowls. Tickets £6. Call 01485 518103.


GAYWOOD: St Faith’s spring fair at Gaywood Church Rooms 2pm. Stalls, sideshows, cakes, bric-a-brac, books and Easter bonnet parade.

Heacham: Beetle drive in aid of Heacham Twinning Association in The Old Friends’ Hall, Sunnyside, at 7.30pm. £2.50 entry, raffle, bring own refreshments and snacks.

Hunstanton: Concert of musical entertainment from the movies by the Hunstanton Concert Band at Union Church, Sandringham Road. Free admission and refreshments with donations to Christians Against Poverty.

King’s Lynn: Friends of King’s Lynn Samaritans quiz at the Providence Centre, Providence Street, 7.30pm. Teams of up to six people, £8 per person including fish and chip or sausage and chip supper. Bring your own drink. Contact Jenny Storf on 01553 773099 to book your place.

Snettisham: Beetle Drive at the Salvation Army, 7pm. Tickets £5, including refreshments, from 01485 541978.

TILNEY ALL SAINTS: Traditional afternoon tea for St Patrick’s Day in the village hall, 2pm. Tickets in advance or on the door, £5 adults, £2.50 children under 11. 01553 828188.

Upwell: The Cherry Reds playing live at the Royal British Legion, 7.30pm, free admission. Open to members and non-members.

Watlington: Village Screen showing of Breathe (12A), 2.30pm (doors 2pm) at Watlington village hall. Tickets £5, refreshments available.


SOUTH WOOTTON: West Norfolk National Trust Association meeting at 2pm. Illustrated talk by Roger Arguile on the history of wool in Norfolk. Entry £6.

STOKE FERRY: All cash bingo at the village hall, eyes down 7.30pm in aid of hall funds.


Flitcham: Bingo at Flitcham community centre, 7.30pm, in aid of Flitcham and Hillington senior citizens Christmas party.

King’s Lynn: British Polio Fellowship AGM, 11am at King’s Lynn Innovation Centre. Email

Narborough: Charity Easter bingo at Narborough community centre. Eyes down at 7.30pm, doors at 6.30pm. In aid of Bridge for Heroes.

WATLINGTON: Watlington Jazz Club in Watlington social and bowls club, with the Woodside Jazz Band plus Tom Melvin. 7.30pm, £5 on the door. Sitters in by invitation.


Downham: Heritage talk on Vanishing Cambridgeshire with Mike Petty at Discover Downham. Doors open 7.15pm, £3 members, £4 non-members.

KING’S LYNN: St John’s Church lounge, electronic organ/keyboard concert with Chris Powell playing popular and light music for all tastes as part of an evening of light entertainment. Light refreshments and parking available. Tickets £6.50. 01553 774644/671285.

Also, King’s Lynn Music Society in the town hall at 7.30pm. Molly Parsons-Gurr will give a cello recital, accompanied on piano by Jennifer Carter. Visitors welcome, £10 at the door, free for under 18s, students and those with affiliation to FRMS.

Thornham: Screening of Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool at Thornham Village Cinema. Doors open 7pm, film starts 7.30pm, tickets £5. To book call 0781 8028687.


BEACHAMWELL: Presentation of Miss Reeve’s Battle at the village hall, 7.30pm, Tickets £3 from 01366 328536 or on the door.

Dersingham: Phobbies Easter coffee morning, Dersingham Social Club, 10.30am to noon. Stalls, tombola and refreshments.