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Stokesby Calendar

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       2024   

This years Beer Festival will take place over the weekend Fri. 27th, Sat. 28th, Sun. 29th, September 2024

Details of times and bands

to follow. 

Stokesby Village Hall

The Wednesday Club

2pm - 4pm

Enjoy playing board games - doing a craft or just chatting? Then come along on a Wednesday afternoon to Stokesby Village Hall

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Pilates Classes

Stokesby Village Hall

Pilates classes are now being held on 

Wednesday starting 10am

Thursday starting 6.15pm

For more details contact

Katerina 01493 271726 or 07852722312

ISt Andrew's Church

St Andrew's Church is now part of the Flegg Parish Churches

For news of services and events taking place in the Flegg Parish churches follow the link 'Flegg Parish Churches'  or visit www.flegg.org.uk

Acle Library

Acle library is now an 'Open Library' and can be accessed outside of normal working hours. For more information visit  Norfolk Open Libraries ..

Mobile Library Service

Norfolk Mobile Library Sevice visit Stokesby Village Green every month on Friday afternoon between 3.50pm - 4.05pm (15.50 -16.05)

  5th Jul - 24        20th Dec - 24

  2nd Aug - 24      17th Jan - 25

  27th Sept - 24    14th Feb - 25

  25th Oct - 24      14th Mar - 25

  22nd Nov - 24     11th Apr - 25

  • We look forward to welcoming you back on board. Please bear with us if we run a little late due to limiting the number of people on the mobile library through the day.

 

Home Library Service

The ‘Royal Voluntary Service’ and Norfolk County Council’s Home Library Service
 
Norfolk Library and Information Service, alongside their partners RVS, offer a free home delivery service to anyone living in Norfolk who is unable to use a branch or mobile library, either temporarily or on a permanent basis, as well as careers whose caring responsibility prevents them from using the library.
Home Library Service customers have access to the same range of materials and services as users of the branch and mobile libraries, and you can reserve items from any Norfolk Library free of charge.
The home library service provides books on wheels to the homes of people who like to use the library service but are unable to get to a branch or mobile library due to age, disability or mobility.

If you would like to either use this service or help as a volunteer, call 01603 397998. When you contact us we will chat with you about your needs, and find out what you like to read and listen to. We can then choose books, talking books and other items for you according to what you like.
Norfolk’s libraries have an excellent selection of books in large, as well as standard, print to suit your personal reading tastes and interests. We also stock a large range of talking books.

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