Dersingham Village Centre are hosting a series of free Joy of Food cookery sessions, with the next one being on Thursday 10th October 2019, 10.00am – 1.00pm. See the information below and book by calling 07790 349896.
Joy of Food is a FREE cookery skills programme which is run in partnership with Norfolk Community Learning Services. Learners will build on their cooking confidence, improve skills and abilities and best of all, learn how to cook simple and delicious dishes that can be taken home to eat.
All equipment and ingredients are provided. Dietary requirements and food allergies can be catered for. To find out more, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Nick Buck – 07738 708554. All participants will receive a ‘Joy of food’ recipe book on completion of the course.
We have been honoured and absolutely delighted that Her Majesty the Queen made a private visit to Dersingham Village Centre on Friday 5th July, welcomed by flag-waving children from Dersingham Primary School. After being greeted by Sue Payne, a Centre Trustee and former Parish Council Chairman, and Coral Shepherd, current Chairman of the Parish Council, Her Majesty was shown around the Centre by Sue. Then David Collingham, Chairman of the Dersingham Village Centre Association, introduced the Queen to representatives of groups who use the Centre and who described the wide range of activities that take place. Finally, the Queen unveiled a plaque, behind which was a photograph of King George V who kindly donated the land for the original village hall back in 1911. On departure, Phoebe Ward presented the Queen with a posy.
Photographs of the occasion were taken by Jo Halpin Jones and you can see some of them here.