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Friday 25th September 2020 



Portraits of Life exhibition

  • After WWII and the subsequent redevelopment in the early 1970s, the streets of Norwich looked very different. Gone were the rows and rows of terraced houses and narrow shopping streets. Professional photographer, Jack Roberts, who died in 2005, captured some of those communities. With thanks to Norwich Evening News and Eastern Daily Press journalist Derek James and photographer Bill Smith, an exhibition of Jack's work premiered at HODs 2019 and we have the opportunity to exhibit Jack's work again. The event runs from 10am - 6pm at the Millenium Plain in Norwich and is absolutely free! If you’re interested and would like to find out more information, then please visit the The Forum 


Thorpe St. Andrew Farmers Market from  09:00-12:00

  • Fresh, Local Produce and Handmade Crafts - socially distanced, hand sanitiser, face coverings to be worn inside the Hall - following Covid regulations.

  • A networking group for women to connect, discover and share inspiration


Inspiring Women networking group  Online event FROM 12:30-13:30

  • Do you want to meet new people, discover new ideas and be inspired? You’re in the right place! Hosted by two professionals, 'Inspiring Women' is a group which meets monthly to network, share and learn from each other. It’s a place for positivity, encouragement and community.

  • Tickets · £7 via Eventbrite



Cook and Collect FoodCycle Norwich

  • Come and collect your free, nutritious meal on Fridays from 7:00pm – 8:00pm.

  • Whoever you are, and for whatever reason, you are welcome to collect a free meal. All meals are vegetarian and have been cooked by volunteers, using surplus food.

  • Please complete this form, before you collect for the first time. This is to help us work in line with government guidelines and support track and trace.

Free Community Meal Norwich Quakers from 19:00-21:00

  • Every Friday they’ll be serving tasty, nutritious, community meals made from surplus food. We cook and serve at Norwich Quakers and are open to all who wish to join us for a three-course meal. The meal is free and you can just turn up.

  • FoodCycle Norwich is only made possible with the great volunteers giving their time, enthusiasm and energy. They have opportunities available for people to come along and cook, host guests and be involved in collecting the surplus food donations from local suppliers.

  • You don’t need to have any previous cooking experience, although if you do that is just as welcome! We want as many local volunteers as possible and everyone is welcome to be a part of the team.

  • Sign up to volunteer here -

  • Please email if you need more information.

If you are attending any of the above events, please make sure you do so SAFELY and FOLLOW SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES AS SET OUT BY THE VENUE AND GOVERNMENT. If you have any symptoms or are feeling unwell, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND. 



If you are attending any of the above events, please make sure you do so SAFELY and FOLLOW THE SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES as set out by the government and the venue. If you have any symptoms or are feeling unwell, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND.


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