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A wild summer in central Norfolk - series of free events

The Mid Norfolk Conservation Group’s programme for June and July includes wildflower planting at Mayfields Farm, Themelthorpe; insect identification at Foxley Wood; controlling bracken at Bawdeswell Heath; cutting back vegetation on the Themelthorpe Loop; and removing invasive Himalayan Balsam at Booton Common.
 

French Open Fun Event

On Sunday 4 June from 10 am – 1 pm, EATennis will be hosting an event at Reepham Tennis Club to celebrate the French Open.
 
This event is open to members and non-members. Tickets are £10 per player, and includes cheese, wine and nibbles.
 
EATennis will be organising a doubles event with prizes for the winning pair.
 
To book your place at our French Open event, please click here. This is the first in a series of Grand Slam events that will take place throughout the summer.

Great British Tennis Weekend

This Sunday 14 May from 1-5 pm, Reepham Tennis Club and EATennis will be hosting a Great British Tennis Weekend.
 
This free event is a great introduction for anyone interested in trying tennis for the first time or for those wanting to get back in to tennis. EA Tennis will also be offering free coaching throughout the day. Equipment can be provided.
 
You can also meet other members of the tennis club and find out more about what's on offer. We look forward to seeing you there.
 

Labour Party growth in Reepham

Following a dramatic increase in members since the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader, Broadland Labour Party has created four new branches.
 
The Wensum Valley Branch, covering Reepham, Cawston, Foulsham, Great Witchingham, Taverham and Drayton, held its inaugural meeting in March. The next meeting will take place in Reepham on Tuesday 9 May at Reepham Methodist Church, Station Road, Reepham, at 7.30 pm.
 

Reepham Town Bowls Club - don't forget Sunday part 2

We had a good response from new players on Sunday 23 April with a great deal of interest shown. If you missed it, we are meeting again this Sunday (30 April) at 10.30 am and you are more than welcome to come and give it a try. All you need is a flat pair of shoes.
 
And a big thank you to Reepham Home Hardware for their kind donation to the bowls club. Their support both now and in the past is greatly appreciated.
 

Library to feature cookery books during food festival

Reepham Library will be open for an extra day on Sunday 28 May from 10 am – 4 pm to help the town celebrate its foody side at the Reepham Food Festival.
 
If you feel inspired by the event, we will have a lovely collection of cookery books from across the years to help you cook exciting, exotic and even healthy dishes.
 
We will also have a children’s activity – we don’t know what yet, but all will be revealed.
 

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