Thornham Village Hall - Previous Events

Murder on the Terrace

9 August 2017        7.30pm       £12 Adult, £10 Conc        Thornham Village Hall - Playing Field
Thornham Village Hall

Murder on the Terrace

Wednesday 9th August 2017

Tickets Adults £12, £10 Conc per person

A Unique outdoor theatre experience with Heartbreak Productions

Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre 01485 532610

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Thornham Village Kids Club

Come and join us on Tuesday Mornings this August......

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The Makers Mark 2016

Forget the common view that anything cobbled together by hand is ‘craft’. From natural fibres to precious metals our makers work directly with the raw materials to create unique one off pieces, and some of these materials are unique to North Norfolk. No-one can resist Bob Lever’s quirky birds fashioned from locally grown willow or the mysterious qualities of Rob Dunster’s pots glazed with thatching reed ash from Cley. Local Landscapes feature too, in Sarah Burt’s needlefelt and Sally Gibson’s handwoven tapestries.

New recruits Maureen Baker the Swaffham Potter, and Eira Gregory join Michelle Daniels, Penny Withers, Karen Downing and Rob Dunster making their mark on clay. Our expert jewellers Abbie Conway, Aisha Nahaboo, Madeleine Spencer, Donna Harold and Ali Kramarchuk work with precious metals, and embroiderer Deb Matthysz creates wearable art in textiles and beads.

There will be glass from the award-winning SALTGlass Studio, artist blacksmiths James Spedding from Holkham Forge and Toby Winterbourn from North Elmham. Wood turned and polished by Nigel Wright and Tim Plunkett, elegant silk scarves handwoven by Mary Wright and everything from dog leads to door mats from The Traditional Rope Company. And let’s not forget, upcycled gifts and delicious cakes from the fundraising BagLadies of Thornham.

Free entry.
Refreshments available all day.

A fund raising event for the Thornham Village Hall and Playing Field (TVHPF)

Further information from Melanie Venes - Event Co-ordinator 01485 512315
or email

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into the woods and beyond

work by local artists Tod Evans & Julie Spriggs

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Winter Warmer 2015- 2016

Five evenings of entertaining and informative talks with dinner
16th October 2015
20th November 2015 (*THIS IS AN AMENDED DATE)
18th December 2015
22nd January 2016
19th February 2016

Friday, 16th October 2015
Rt. Hon. Patricia Hewitt MP
“Loves Labour’s Lost: my life in politics”
Patricia promises us a light-hearted, non party-political broadcast view of her career in politics and government.

Friday, 20th November 2015
Charlie Wyett (The Sun) and Oliver Brown (The Telegraph)
“A Question of Sport”
Charlie and Oliver give us their view from the press about Sport, with an opportunity for Q &A

Friday 18th December 2015
His Honour Graham Boal QC hosts “Any Questions” with Stephen Bett, Richard Bird, Susan Bowden-Pickstock and Patricia Hewitt
Graham plays the role of Jonathan Dimbleby in a fundraiser for All Saints’ Church Thornham. Please submit a question when booking a ticket.

Friday 22nd January, 2016
Jeremy Delmar-Morgan
“Einstein, North Norfolk and other little know facts”
Einstein spent time in North Norfolk before WW2 with Jeremy’s grandfather and great uncle, so Jeremy is able to tell us much more about Einstein the man.

Friday, 19th February 2016
Sir John Scarlett “Reflections" John reflects on his career with British Intelligence

Booking via email:
£15 per head includes welcome drink and one course supper.
Doors open at 6:30pm, talks start at 7:00pm prompt.
Supper, served around 8:15pm, kindly provided by The Orange Tree Thornham
Full bar available throughout the evening.
Pre-booking essential, numbers are limited.
Thornham Village Hall
High Street
PE36 6LX
If you have no access to email, please leave a message on 07831 935903

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