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St Walstan's Ceilidh

Saturday 1 June
to celebrate St Walstan's day

Music and dancing will be led by Keith Dignum of Hogg Music
Light buffet and bar

Please pre-book so we can estimate numbers via:
Helen Liddle 747520
Charie Silvester 812416, or
David Goodman 748741



Coffee Morning

The first Saturday of every month from 10.30am to Noon. Come and enjoy a coffee and catch up with your friends

Home made cards, Second hand books, jigsaws, DVDs and CDs for sale

Take part in a Raffle and 50/50 club draw


Whist Drive

Every third Monday of the Month
at the Village Hall

Come along and enjoy a friendly evening

Doors Open 7pm

Everyone Welcome



Bawburgh Book Club

Girls - all ages
Are you a fun-loving book enthusiast?

Bawburgh Book Club meets once a month

For more information call Jane on 741346 or call in to Willow House

Youth Club

Last Friday of every Month 6:15 – 8 pm £2.50 entrance per child . Children of parent volunteers are free.

Activities include arts and crafts, pool, table tennis, football, board games,xbox/P53 games, chill out reading corner, outside games.

All children welcome between age 6-16 Don't forget to bring some change for the Tuck Shop


Bawburgh Village Hall

Social Evening

The Village Hall is open on the second Friday of each month from 6.30pm until at least 9.30pm

Licensed Bar, Coffee, Snacks, Darts, Table Tennis, Pool, Pub games and a chance to relax and catch up with your friends and neighbours.

For further information contact Malcolm Buck on 811704

Bawburgh's Oldest Building Needs Your Help!

Would you be interested in becoming a friend of Bawburgh Church?

You are invited to attend a presentation at the church on Friday 21 June 2019 at 7:30 pm


Baby and Toddler Group

Friday (term time) 10.00 – 11.30am in the Village Hall
£1.50 for one child, £2 for two, includes tea/coffee, biscuits and kids snack

Contact Kate on or Kelly on for more information 

History Group

Discoveries in the East Anglian Fenlands

The archeologist, Heather Wallis, will talk about her discoveries during her work in the East Anglian Fenlands, including the find of a rare medieval boat .

 7 May  7.30pm at the Village Hall.
 Admission £2.
All welcome