The Ladies Badminton Club plays at the Memorial Hall.
St Mary Magdalene has a ring of eight bells in the tower. Bell practice is on Thursday afternoon from 2pm to 3.30pm. Sunday ringing is at 9am on the first and third Sundays. Call tower captain Brian Carr on 01379 676292.
The Bowls Club can be found at the top of The Harrow, off Barnes Road, where it has its own ground and clubhouse with a well-stocked bar. New and old members, players of any standard and experience, and non-players wanting a good local social atmosphere are all welcome. The club plays in three local leagues on weekday evenings between the beginning of May and mid-August, and also has a team playing indoors during the rest of the year. Call Roger Browne on 01379 676450 for more information.
Brownies (1st Pulham)
Brownies meets in the Memorial Hall on Mondays from 6.15pm. For more information call Kat Navarro on 01379 608771, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carpet Bowls Club
Pulhams Carpet Bowls Club meets every Friday from 2pm to 4pm in the Memorial Hall. No experience is necessary or equipment required. The club occasionally plays games against other clubs, either at home or away. Home matches are usually on a Thursday evening. Call Carole Smith on 01379 608680.
This is an exercise class for over 60s and people with physical disabilities. It meets on Tuesday mornings in the Methodist Church Schoolroom.
The Film Club meets on every fourth Wednesday of the month in The Brewhouse, Station Road, starting at 7.30pm. All are welcome and entrance is free. For information on the programme, call 01379 676482.
The Brewhouse Seniors Lunch is a community lunch held fortnightly on Thursdays at The Brewhouse for those who want to share food and fellowship. Call Margaret Yates on 01379 676493.
Mothers' Union meets on the second Tuesday of the month for a varied programme of talks and projects. Activities include fundraising events and an annual tea party for children. Call Jan Thorp on 01379 608707.
Open House Drop-in Coffee Mornings
The Methodist Church holds a weekly Open House Drop-in Coffee Morning with a Bring and Buy stall in the Methodist Church Hall on Wednesday from 10am to noon. All ages are welcome. There is a play area for young children giving an opportunity for busy parents to meet together for friendship and support.
Pulham and District WI
The Women's Institute meets in Pulham Market Memorial Hall on the second Thursday of the month at 7.30pm, with a programme of talks, demonstrations and socialising. There is a craft group, a lunch club and a darts team, while theatre visits are also arranged. New members are always welcome. Contact Sue Smee on 01379 608842.
Pulham Market & District Women's Club
The Women's Club meets in the Memorial Hall at 8pm on the first Wednesday of the month for a varied programme of talks and activities. All are welcome. Call Margaret Howlett on 01379 608157 for more information.
Pulham Market Horticultural Society
The Horticultural Society holds regular social events throughout the year as well as two shows - in the Spring and in the Autumn. Contact Charlotte Hays at email@example.com.
Pulham Market Methodist Church Sunday School
The Methodist Church runs a Sunday School every Sunday at 10.45 am in the Methodist Hall. On the second Sunday in the month, the children join in an All Age Worship service. Call Julia Thacker 01379 676447 or Eileen Clarke 01379 676505.
Pulham Market Society
The Society supports and promotes activities that protect, conserve and enhance the character of the village. It is affiliated to the Norfolk Society (CPRE) and Woodland Trust and meets on the third Wednesday of the month at Pulham Market Memorial Hall. Membership fees are £10 per person yearly. Talks cover topics such as The Pulhams in various historical periods, Bird Ringing, Round Tower Churches and The Harleston Pilgrim Fathers. Several books on the history of the village are available for purchase. Call Brian Carr 01379 676292 for more information or click on the link for Heritage in the navigation bar.
Pulham Surgery Support Group
The PSSG covers the villages served by the surgery and is made up of enthusiastic volunteers offering social activities as well as useful information about health and social issues. Meetings are held in the Memorial Hall and no membership fee is charged as the PSSG is funded by grants, donations and a monthly raffle. For more information, see http://www.pulhamsurgerysupportgroup.com
The Pulham Orchestra is a lively amateur orchestra open to all local players of all ages and abilities, offering a wide experience of music making. The orchestra rehearses at the Memorial Hall and is conducted by its co-founder Margery Baker. No audition is required to join, although musicians do need some sight-reading ability. The orchestra holds regular performances locally and occasional workshops. It meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 2-4 pm at the Memorial Hall. Website: http://www.pvo.org.uk
The Pulham Players are a lively and dedicated group who enjoy performing. Members are drawn from villages around Pulham Market with both adult and junior participants ranging in age from eight up to 70 and beyond. The group usually stages three main productions each year, including a pantomime in January and a musical in June, all taking place on the Memorial Hall stage. New members are always welcome whether they want to perform or take a role in other areas such as scenery, prop-making, costumes, backstage or helping front-of-house on performance nights. Website: http://www.pulhamplayers.com
Pulham Tennis Club
The village no longer has its own Tennis Club, the tennis court at the Playing Field is managed by the Parish Council. For details on using the court and getting the combination code for the lock please call the Clerk on 01379 608590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Mary Magdalene Sunday School
The Sunday School at St Mary Magdalene Church meets in The Brewhouse most Sundays during the morning service at 9.30am, joining the main service at around 10.20am. Minizone materials from the Children's Ministry are used, including Bible stories, craft materials and activity plans. Contact Ro Roskelly on 01379 676256.
Workers Educational Association, Pulhams Branch
The branch offers part-time Adult Education courses on a variety of subjects. The WEA is a non-political organisation and welcomes learners from all walks of life, from those who wish to improve on their previous educational qualifications to others with a love of learning who want to develop an understanding of a subject for its own sake. Subjects range from war poetry to life in medieval Norfolk or politics and culture in other lands. Course fees vary according to the length of the programme. Concessions are available for those on means-tested benefits or low income. For more information, contact Isobel Auker on 01379 676273. Website: http://www.wea-eastern.org.uk
WEA Pulhams Branch
WEA NEW COURSE - CRIME FICTION AND EAST ANGLIA, We will be investigating some of the greatest crime writers of the 20th century, discovering stories of murder, mysterious death, and examining how this genre has developed an enthusiastic readership.Course Tutor: Kate Jewell. Start date: Tuesday 19/09/2017 Time: 19.30 - 21. 10 x 1.5 hour sessions. Course Fee: £54.00 No previous knowledge of the subject is necessary. The course is beig held in the Brewhouse at Pulham Market, please contact Isobel Auker on 01379 676272 for more information. THE WEA WELCOMES PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE.
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Hatha Yoga : New to Yoga class for Beginners on Tuesday evening 6.15pm - 7.15pm and another class from 7.30pm - 9.00pm. Pulham Market Memorial Hall Term starts on 13 January 2015. Please contact British Wheel of Yoga Teacher Rosie Evans 07714347982 http://www.rosieevansyoga.co.uk
CLUBS IN PULHAM MARKET
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