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High Altitude

Teach your under 5s that the skys the limit at High Altitude! Our interactive staff promote fun and learning in this exciting new environment. There are musical corners for your little ones to explore, squishy teddy bears to befriend, beach balls, and an array of other...

Sport and exercise

High Altitude Trampoline Park, 91 Whiffler Road, Norwich, NR3 2AW

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society

Founded in 1933 SCCS is a non-audition community choir with approx 80 members. We perform a wide repertoire of choral music ranging from the 17th to the 21st century. We usually present 3 concerts each season (September - July) performing in the parish churches of Sheringham...

Leisure and culture

St Andrews Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8SA

Special Me Group

The Special Me Group provides a fun way to learn about Jesus and God.At each session there is Bible study and various activities, including drama, craft, singing, puppets and worship. Occasionally we have a social time or outing together.Some activities are in small groups; some are...

Faith groups

Newton Flotman Primary School, School Road, Newton Flotman, Norwich, Norfolk, NR15 1PR

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones is a small, vibrant charity for adults with learning disabilities. Our aim is to enrich lives by building skills, independence and making informed choices. We think it's important for everyone to be able to take part in and make a contribution to the world around...

Physical and/or learning disability

Stepping Stones, 52 Magdalen Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 4AQ

Mid-Suffolk HOPS

HOPS is a specialist service provider for children and young people with physical, sensory and servere learning disabilities, and is a short breaks provider for both Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils. Based in Thorndon, near Eye in Suffolk, we run activity sessions during school half term holidays,...

Out-of-school clubs and holiday playschemes

Settles House,Stoke Road, Thorndon, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7JG

Priory Centre

A friendly social group for adults. Everyone is welcome. Join in with arts and crafts, play dominoes, table-tennis or board games. Tackle a Sudoku or a crossword puzzle - read the paper or chat! Refreshments are provided.Regular attendees at the Club also get reduced rates on...

Social Centre

Priory Centre, Priory Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1NW

Norwich Learning Disability Action Grou

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO THE SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS, THE DATE HAS CHANGED TO TUESDAY 3RD APRIL 2018.At: ST ANDREWS EATON, 41 CHURCH LANE, NORWICH, NR4 6NWPLEASE BOOK YOUR PLACE BY EMAILING: EMILY.FLORES-GUTIERREZ@MENCAP.ORG.UK Do you have a learning disability? Or do you support someone who does? Would you...

Physical and/or learning disability

The Garage, 14 Chapel Field North, NORWICH, NR2 1NY

Age UK Norwich

Open to local people who are affected by dementia and their families and carers. It will be a friendly, social group with the opportunity for chat, games and activities over a cup of tea. There will also be support for carers either in the form of...

Dementia

Narthex Centre, St John's Cathedral, Unthank Rd, Norwich, NR2 2PA

Age UK Norwich

Open to local people who are affected by dementia and their families and carers. It will be a friendly, social group with the opportunity for chat, games and activities over a cup of tea. There will also be support for carers either in the form of...

Dementia

Marion Road Day Centre, Marion Road., Thorpe Road, Norwich, NR1 4BN

Shine

Shine provides a range of services and activities for children and young people with additional needs or disabilities and their families. We provide the highest quality expert care in a fun and welcoming environment. Children and young people come to Shine to try new experiences and...

Respite care

The Alpha Centre, Alpha Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 0LG

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