Directory Entry - Community / Voluntary Organisations

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Norfolk Conservation Corps

The Boundary, Shipdham Road, Dereham NR19 1NP

Contact: Eddie Boosey -1362 694071

Norfolk County Council

http://www.norfolk.gov.uk

https://www.facebook.com/Norfolkcc

County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2DH

0344 800 8020

information@norfolk.gov.uk

Rayzone Youth Club

Rayzone, a registered charity, is the working name of the Reepham Area Youth Project. It stands for R Reepham, the town where Rayzone is located and operates from. A The Area that Rayzone includes in its outreach. This is the same as that of the catchment area of Reepham High School & College, including the villages of Cawston, Corpusty, Saxthorpe, Briston, Bawdeswell and Lenwade to name a few. Y Youth, we work with School Years 5-13. ZONE indicates the zones that Rayzone operates in. Currently this is Rock Solid, Rayzone Youth Club, and schools work at the High School & College and at Reepham Primary School. The aims of Rayzone are:

  • To provide or assist in the provision of facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation or other leisure time occupation of individuals who have need of such facilities by reason of their youth and financial hardship or social circumstances in the area of benefit with the object of improving their conditions of life.
  • To advance education and promote the mental, spiritual, moral and physical development and improvement of young people so as to develop their full capabilities in order that they may grow to full maturity as well-rounded individuals and enable them to become responsible members of society.

In these objects, young people shall mean those who are in school years 5 to 13 and the area of benefit shall constitute the Reepham High School & College catchment area.

www.rayzone.org.uk

Rayzone meets weekly (term time) every Friday at Reepham Methodist Church, Station Road, Reepham, 7.30 – 9 pm; subs £1

Contact: Paddy Bennett 07341 937685

rayzoneyouthworker@gmail.com

Reepham & District Day Centre

Meets every Wednesday from 9.30 am – 2.30 pm at St Michael’s, Reepham. Welcome coffee on arrival, home-cooked lunch and social time. Let us know in advance if you are joining us for lunch (served from 12.30-1.30 pm) at a cost of £5. Contact: Beth Rossetti 01603­ 870393 or Pauline Cooper 01603­ 871230

Reepham & District Gardening Club

Meets on the third Tuesday in the month at 7.45 pm (except for the AGM, which starts at 7.30 pm) in the Town Hall, Church Street, Reepham. Visitors and new members welcome.

http://www.reephamgardenclub.org.uk

Judy Holland 01603­ 308158

Reepham & District Photographic Club

We are a small club that hold meetings at 7.30pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at Whitwell Station, Whitwell Road, Reepham. Our meetings consist of furthering photography for new and experienced photographers. We hold themed photographic competitions, tuition workshops, days or evenings out and about Norfolk. We are affiliated to the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies. If you would like to visit, please turn up and you will be made welcome.
 

www.reephamphotoclub.org.uk

Tel: Michael Battams 01603 870874 or Rosie Taylor 01603 868247

mickthemole9@hotmail.com

Reepham & District Rotary Club

Meets 6.45 pm for 7.15 pm every Monday at St Michael’s, Reepham

http://www.reephamrotary.org.uk/

Contact: John Tym 07760 272422 or Robert Buxton 01603 870200

reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk

Reepham & Salle Cricket Club

http://www.reephamandsallecc.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reepham-Salle-Cricket-Club/151268121562550

Salle Church Ground, Salle, Norfolk NR10 4SD

info@reephamandsallecc.co.uk

Reepham Allotment & Leisure Gardeners’ Association (RALGA)

reephamalga@yahoo.com

Reepham Archive

The Bircham Centre and the Reepham Society have formally brought their archive collections together as the Reepham Archive. The aims of the Reepham Archive are to nurture interest in and knowledge of the heritage and development of Reepham and the surrounding area among residents, schools and visitors by preserving and making available to the public this unique collection of local history. The Archive will also create a searchable database of the collection with digital images of the items in it. In the future it will be possible to search for an individual document, or browse the collection remotely

Bircham Centre, Market Place, Reepham

01603 879242

reephamarchive@gmail.com

Open first Wednesday and Saturday of the month, 10 am – 12 noon

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