Town Diary


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July 2020
Wednesday 15

The Great Cornish Cream Tea Gresham's Britten Building

2.00 pm - 4.30 pm, Britten Building, Gresham's School, Old Cromer Road, Holt NR25 6EA. £10 donation per person. Whether you’re jam or cream first (there is only one answer), almost everybody loves a cream tea. Join 'The Friends of Kelling Hospital' for the perfect chance to indulge and catch up over a cuppa, knowing the money raised will go to the help the patients and staff at your community hospital.

Friday 24

Arts Forum - subject to be confirmed The Venue

Arrive 6.30 for a 7.00pm start, finish around 9.00pm. Holt Community and Arts Centre. A series of monthly focused discussions/interviews with a person involved in some significant way in the arts. There will be time available, at the end of the interview to ask questions, have a drink, mingle, make new contacts, and share thoughts and ideas. tbc Bar open. Entry free but donations welcome.

Thursday 30

MY NORFOLK MY HOLT' with Charles Pugh (former artistic drector of the Holt Festival) Holt Library

11.00 am - 12.00 noon, Holt Library. ‘My Norfolk, My Holt’ – is about the contributions of individuals to the life of the community. Participants talk about the Holt and Norfolk they know and love; how it was when they first knew it, and how it is now, both from a personal and a professional point of view. Booking is essential as space is limited. The event is free but donations to the library are welcome. Tea and coffee are available.

August 2020
Monday 03

Holt & District Flower Club Community Centre

7.00 pm for 7.30 pm, Holt Community Centre. Club Members: £8.00 Visitors: £15.00 - to include buffet and drinks. Open Meeting with National Demonstrator Gill McGregor of Goffs Oak, Hertfordshire entitled 'Flight of Fancy'

September 2020
Thursday 17

MY NORFOLK MY HOLT' with Duncan Baker (MP) Holt Library

11.00 am - 12.00 noon, Holt Library. ‘My Norfolk, My Holt’ – is about the contributions of individuals to the life of the community. Participants talk about the Holt and Norfolk they know and love; how it was when they first knew it, and how it is now, both from a personal and a professional point of view. Booking is essential as space is limited. The event is free but donations to the library are welcome. Tea and coffee are available.

Saturday 19

Fundraising at Holt 1940’s Weekend- Friends of Kelling Hospital 1940's Weekend

10am -5pm daily, Holt Market Square. Fundraising . The Friends have a Tombola and Hoopla stall with a chance to win a brand new soft toy. The event celebrates the wartime efforts of allied forces and the remarkable resilience shown by those who dealt with the hardships on the home front. Expect the sights, sounds and style of the ‘40s in Holt.

October 2020
Saturday 10

The second 'Holt Town Fair' UCAN

10.00 am - 4.00 pm. Holt Community and Arts Centre. An even more comprehensive opportunity to find out about the whole range of organisations, clubs and societies that are active in Holt and the surrounding area. A one-stop shop for finding out about, joining or volunteering. Free to enter. Tea, cake, bacon sandwiches and other refreshments available. Donations welcome.

Wednesday 14

Vintage film - H&DDS - film tba H&DDSG

2.00 pm - 5.00pm, Holt Community Centre. Free attendance. Voluntary donations welcome.

Thursday 15

Holt's Local Festival of Music (tbc) 15th - 18th October Local Festival of Music

Events to take place at Holt Library, St Andrews Parish Hall, Holt Primary School, Holt Community Centre and St Andrew's Church. All event details to be advised.

Thursday 15

Local Festival of Music/MNMH interview with Mark Jones Festival of Music

11.00 am - 12.00 noon, Holt Library. Interview with Mark Jones. Part of the October Holt music festival. ‘My Norfolk, My Holt’ – is about the contributions of individuals to the life of the community. Participants talk about the Holt and Norfolk they know and love; how it was when they first knew it, and how it is now, both from a personal and a professional point of view. Booking is essential as space is limited. The event is free but donations to the library are welcome. Tea and coffee are available.

Friday 16

StART CONCERT - The Lighters Local Festival of Music

Afternoon, Holt Primary School. StART Concert - 'The Lighters' Free admission, donations welcome. Part of the Holt October music festival. (more information and contacts to follow)

Friday 16

Concert - 'Soul Traders' plus others Local Festival of Music

Evening, venue tbc. Concert featuring 'Soul Traders' plus others. Free admission, donations welcome. Part of the Holt October Music Festival (more information and contacts to follow)

Saturday 17

Afternoon open rehearsal and evening concert at St Andrews. Local Festival of Music

Afternoon - St Andrews Church, Holt. Concert. 1st half - Meg Starling and friends. 2nd half - 'Come and sing' 'Faure's Requiem' part of the Holt October festival of music. (more information and contacts to follow)

Sunday 18

Concert - 'The Samphires' and friends,plus 'The Lighters' Local Festival of Music

Afternoon, St Andrews Church. Holt. Concert featuring 'The Samphires' and friends, plus 'The Lighters'. Admission free, donations welcome. Part of the Holt October music festival (more information and contacts to follow)

Friday 23

Arts Forum with Hugh Lupton, storyteller The Venue

Arrive 6.30 for a 7.00 pm start, finish around 9.00 pm. Friday 23 The Venue - Holt Community and Arts Centre. A series of monthly focused discussions/interviews with a person involved in some significant way in the arts. There will be time available, at the end of the interview to ask questions, have a drink, mingle, make new contacts, and share thoughts and ideas. Bar open. Free but donations welcome.

November 2020
Friday 06

StART CONCERTS 2020 - Veronika Shoot (piano) StART

2.00pm Holt Primary School.

Saturday 07

StART CONCERTS 2020 - Veronika Shoot (piano) StART

6.30pm, St Andrews Church, Holt

Thursday 19

'MY NORFOLK MY HOLT' with Sarah Butikofer Leader of North Norfolk District Council Holt Library

11.00 am - 12.00 noon, Holt Library. ‘My Norfolk, My Holt’ – is about the contributions of individuals to the life of the community. Participants talk about the Holt and Norfolk they know and love; how it was when they first knew it, and how it is now, both from a personal and a professional point of view. Booking is essential as space is limited. The event is free but donations to the library are welcome. Tea and coffee are available.

Friday 20

Arts Forum with ART POCKET ThVenue

Arrive 6.30 for a 7.00 pm start, finish around 9.00 pm. Friday 20 November The Venue - Holt Community and Arts Centre. A series of monthly focused discussions/interviews with a person involved in some significant way in the arts. There will be time available, at the end of the interview to ask questions, have a drink, mingle, make new contacts, and share thoughts and ideas. Bar open. Free but donations welcome.

December 2020
Friday 11

Arts Forum with David Morris (photographer) The Venue

Arrive 6.30 for a 7.00 pm start, finish around 9.00 pm. Friday 11 December The Venue - Holt Community and Arts Centre. A series of monthly focused discussions/interviews with a person involved in some significant way in the arts. There will be time available, at the end of the interview to ask questions, have a drink, mingle, make new contacts, and share thoughts and ideas. Bar open. Free but donations welcome.

February 2021
Friday 05

Holt's Second February Film Festival 2021 February Film Festival

Friday 5th of February - Sunday 7th inclusive. We will show 8 films over the weekend, continuing to feature and celebrate films made in or about Norfolk/East Anglia.

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