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Cash for good causes - from Almary Green

Norwich-based Independent Financial Advisers, Almary Green, have a £10,000 annual charitable fund that they award in grants of anything from £100 to £2,000 to charities and community projects throughout East Anglia.
 
The closing date for this year's award nominations is 30 June. To find out more and to get a nomination form, visit their website at www.almarygreen.com/awards
 

Stimpson's Piece needs your ideas

Stimpson’s Piece has been Reepham’s major recreational area since at least 1948 now covering about 13 acres, a little over 5 hectares, and it is held in trust on behalf of the residents of Reepham. Over the years it has been extended and additional facilities provided and it now offers a pavilion with a large hall, kitchen, bar and sports changing rooms, two full size football pitches with room for smaller junior and practice pitches, tennis/multi-sport courts with a separate club house, a skatepark and a well equipped children’s play area.
 

Next Reepham Chamber Meeting

The next full meeting of the Chamber is on Tuesday 25 June, 7.30pm at the King's Arms, Reepham.  At this meeting we are joined by Consultants, Ingham Pinnock, who will give us an update on progress with the Broadland DC backed project to revitalise and sustain Reepham's business environment.  They will be looking both to inform us as business owners and managers and to get our feedback on their proposals.  This is Reepham Businesses' chance to be heard, so all businesses owners/managers are invited, whether they are members of the Chamber or not.

Reepham Society Talk on the "Norfolk Record Office" - Tuesday 11 June at 7.30pm

Do you have an interest in local history? Would you like to know more about the resources that are available?  If so, please come along to the Reepham Society talk on the 'Norfolk Record Office' in St Michael's, Reepham at 7.30pm on Tuesday 11th June.  Everyone is very welcome.  Entrance is free to members of the Society.  Admission to non-members is £2 on the door, or why not become a member on the night?  
 
Whether you are studying history or just have a general interest, there will be plenty of value and interest in this talk.
 

Pamper Evening in aid of skin cancer research

Old Brewery House Hotel, Market Place, Reepham, 7 pm – 9.30 pm. Loads of beauticians and treatments, spray tanning, waxing, teeth whitening, nails, ear piercing, Streetfit with Jenny, massage, body shop, jewellery, refreshments and much more. Raffle in aid of the skin cancer research facility at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. Contact: Amanda Owen 07881 270647

Reepham to Norwich roadworks in July

Works are programmed to begin on or soon after Monday 8th July to repair and strengthen sections of the C261 Reepham Road (heading from Reepham to Norwich).  The works will extend from 30m west of the staggered junction with Taverham Road and Fir Covert Road in Taverham to 30m south of the junction with Furze Lane in Booton. The works are expected to last for a period of two weeks and will be followed by the application of surface dressing.

Reepham Allotment & Leisure Gardeners' Association AGM - 2 July 2013

RALGA's AGM will be at Reepham Town Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 2 July 2013.
The agenda will include
 
Chair's comments on the year
Treasurer's report
 
The formal agenda will be followed by a talk on Beekeeping by Mr Alvan Parker, as well as a raffle and refreshments.
 
Everyone is welcome - you don't need to be a member.
 
Bring your spare plants, seeds and seedlings for a Swap.
 
 

RALGA Allotment Summer Socials - dates for your diary

Reepham Allotment & Leisure Gardeners' Association (RALGA) will be organising two summer socials, this year.
 
Saturday 13 July at the Stoney Lane site
Sunday 8 September at the Fiddlers Field site
 
Everyone is welcome - you don't need to be a member or allotment holder. You're welcome to explore the sites or just enjoy the company.
 
We'll provide more details shortly.
 

Farmers’ market for Reepham?

Kerri’s Farmhouse Pine is considering providing space at the Old Railway Station, Reepham, for a regular farmers’ food market.
 
The aim is to promote good quality, locally sourced produce including fruit and vegetables, bread, meat and fish, and jams and chutneys.
 
No decisions have been taken yet as the owners of Kerri’s are keen to know if the residents of Reepham and district would be interested in supporting a farmers’ market.
 

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