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SCARNING ART CLUB

Founded in 2000, the Scarning Art Group evolved into the Scarning Art Club in 2009 with the aim of bringing together people, in friendship, who love art and to provide an opportunity for every member to recognise and develop their individual talents.

Our meetings are varied and include workshops covering a wide range of mediums and subjects; field trips in the summer to different locations; demonstrations, advice and critiques from several invited professional artists and a wealth of knowledge from friendly club members who are willing to help. The Club has been able to mount several well-attended successful exhibitions over the years.

New members are always welcome; beginners and experienced artists alike; just walk in and say hello. It is a great way to meet new friends with similar interests and we look forward to meeting you between 9am and 12.00 noon on Thursday mornings in Scarning Village Hall.
For further information telephone
Ian 01362 696369
Mike 01362 652935

For more information see here 

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SCARNING ALLOTMENTS

The village's allotments are run by the Scarning Fuel Allotment charity and cost from 6 per annum. Unfortunately there are currently no plots available. For more information or to be put on the waiting list, please contact Tim Abel 851116 (timabel.pwn@gmail.com)

SCARNING BOWLS CLUB

The club was formed over sixty years ago. At present we have 25 members and play regularly in the Dereham and District League and the Elmham and District League. We also have club competitions. After the Annual General Meeting in January a fixtures list will be decided. The membership subscription is 10 per season. We play on the Bowling Green behind the village hall.

We had a very nice pavilion for the bowls club adjacent to that for the football and tennis building on the playing field. Sadly both of these were burned down in 2008. All that remained were the concrete foundations until the new pavilion was completed in July 2009.

Club Captain Ron Chapman 01362 687524
Secretary Mrs Susan Barrett  01362 696748

NORFOLK POULTRY CLUB

Contact:
secretarynorfolkpc@btinternet.com
http://www.norfolkpoultryclub.co.uk
Facebook page

Meetings at Scarning Village Hall on the first monday of the month, 7.30-10pm.
Non-members are welcome to attend any our meetings to find out more about the club.

KIDZ CLUB

The Kidz Klub is for children aged 4-11 years, and normally runs on the 3rd Saturday in the month 10.00-12.00 at Scarning Primary School. formation please contact Maryanne Richardson on 01362 691143.

TENNIS COURTS

There are two tennis courts situated on the playing field behind the Village Hall. Both courts have been pressure washed and the lines have been repainted. These are  both temporarily locked due to COVID lockdown, but can usually be privately booked for 3.50 / hour.The key is available from Pam Cole at 1 Hall Cottages.

SCARNING WOMEN'S INSTITUTE

Meets in the Village Hall at 7.30-10pm on the last Wednesday of the month. Please contact Rosemary Hutson on 687538 as meetings are held elsewhere occasionally.  
See  Scarning WI page  for more information.

TABLE TENNIS GROUP

The table tennis group meet on both Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 pm - 4 pm contact: Frank Foreman 687082.

Dereham and District ladies Circle

Have fun and meet new people. Ladies Circle offers you this and more. We have an enthusiastic membership, offering friendship through social events ( for example, trips to the theatre, ten pin bowling, pitch and putt, and meals out) as well as fund-raising. Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Monday each month. Our annual programme is varied and offers a diverse range of activities. Our unique organisation for women aged 18-45 has a 70 year history. We are proud of our heritage, but aim to be progressive and forward thinking. Please contact Viv on 821194 to find out what Circle has to offer you, or for more information please see their Facebook page.

BELL RINGING

Scarning Church on Wednesdays 6.30-8.30pm, see here new members always welcomed.Anyone who wants to get involved should telephone Tricia Foreman, tower secretary on 01362 687082.