Coming Events

Events and Activities at the Village Centre

Important Information

The Centre is currently closed, due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus situation. Events listed below may not actually take place, as we expect the Centre to be closed until at least the end of April. The latest information can always be found on our News Blog.

Our News Blog normally carries a weekly post detailing all the classes, courses and events that are taking place at the Village Centre. The post does not generally include private bookings of the Centre, but we endeavour to include everything that is available to the public.

Follow this link to our News Blog

Forthcoming Special Events, Films, Talks etc.

THESE EVENTS HAVE EITHER BEEN CANCELLED OR ARE LIKELY TO BE CANCELLED

The events listed below are run by the Dersingham Village Centre Association. These include the Village Voice Live talks and monthly Village Cinema film screenings. There are also special one off events run by the DVCA, often with fund-raising in mind. You can see some details of what we’ve got planned for the future from the listings below.

The dates given below are those that are planned, but they may change as may other details. There will be more information nearer the time. For regular classes and groups which take place in the Centre please see our weekly Blog posts.

Tuesday 14th April 7.30pm – Village Voice Live. Our regular monthly talks. This month is all about seals. Love Seals is a talk by Jenny Hobson from the Friends of Horsey Seals. Tickets £5 on the door, including refreshments and raffle. CANCELLED

Tuesday 28th April 7.30pm – our usual last Tuesday in the month film screening. This month’s film is The Keeper (15), which tells the story of a German POW and a young English woman, who overcome tragedy, prejudice and hostility as World War II comes to an end. Tickets £5 on the door, including tea, coffee etc. CANCELLED

Tuesday 12th May 7.30pm – Village Voice Live. Our regular monthly talks. This month we feature the History of Castle Acre, with local historian and author Mary-Anne Garry. Tickets £5 on the door, including refreshments and raffle.

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