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Please note the Rural Cinema film has changed to Viceroy's House on 19th January.

Laugh away the January blues with Treading the Broads’ latest production. If you haven’t already got your tickets, there are a few left for the 2pm matinee on Saturday 27th January.

The January meeting is on Wednesday 17th, 7.45 p.m. at the Meth-odist Hall. The speaker will be Simon Partridge “How Hill”. £10 will purchase 2018 programme. Please return your menu choices with money if you are attending the February meal or drop into Pam – many thanks.

Well, that’s another year over, and once again we can look towards the Spring. Thank you to those of you who help us put together our list of road defects. Read more...

Happy New Year! We would like to thank everyone for attending our December meeting when musician and entertainer Paul Adams took us on a musical journey through the 1950’s. This was a mixed audio visual presentation with pictures, music and live singing a perfect afternoon of fun and relaxation before the Christmas rush starts in earnest. Read more...

Teenfit - is open to all young people between the ages of 11yrs & 16yrs each Wednesday evening at 5pm for 1 hour, at a cost of £3 pp per session and is run by our professional gym instructor Kat. Anyone that brings a participant to these sessions is welcome to stay and use the internet and/or have a free cup of coffee/tea. We want to encourage young people to take up regular exercise which will benefit them throughout their lives. For more information call Kat on 07984771213 or pop in at any Teenfit/gym session. Read more...


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Hickling Barn

Hickling Barn is our magnificent eco-friendly community centre that offers a wide range of facilities including a large hall with seating for up to 150 people, kitchen, cinema/video projector, snooker room, playing field and changing rooms.

Hickling Broad

One the outstanding jewels of the Norfolk Broads. Here you can enjoy beautiful landscapes with fantastic wildlife including the rare Swallowtail Butterfly, the impressive Emperor Dragonfly, Marsh Harriers, Cranes and Goldeneyes.

Hickling Staithe

Maintained and operated by the Parish Council, the Staithe has dry and wet berth facilities with a launch ramp for boats up to 17 feet in length. For more information please visit their website.


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