MENU THE ARTS SOCIETY NORTH WEST NORFOLK

DateNews
22 January 2020Members' New Year Luncheon 2020
16 October 2019The Silk Road: Art, History & Exploration.
15 October 2019Purcell School extends appreciation to TAS North West Norfolk
10 August 2019Sedgeford Primary School to visit Norwich Castle
17 June 2019Purcell School return to Norfolk June 2019
28 November 2018Special Interest Day - Playlist
31 October 2018The Princes Trust Lecture
31 October 2018The Princes Trust Lecture
22 September 2018The Soper Collection
10 July 2018Wells Maltings - CONNECTION:OPEN 2018 27th June - 30th September
08 January 2018January Newsletter
14 June 2017NWNDFAS Sponsors Purcell School for Young Musicians
08 May 2017Church Recorders Certificate
11 January 2017Rotary Young Photographer Competition
09 December 2016Newsletter Issue 22 now available in the Members section
10 November 2016Young Photographer Competition sponsored by NWNDFAS
07 July 2016The new garden is opened at Stibbard CofE primary school.
04 July 2016Students from The Fakenham Academy and Burnham Market Primary School visit Tapping
28 June 2016Church Recorders
16 June 2016Visit to Coton Manor Gardens
04 February 2016Her Majesty admires a mural painted by pupils of Fakenham Academy.
11 November 2015Visit to Tower of London
27 October 2015Vivaldi in Venice with Peter Medhurst
23 August 2015New Church Recorders Group supported by North West Norfolk DFAS
13 August 2015Young Arts
05 August 2015Volunteers needed at the Hunstanton Heritage Centre
03 August 2015Historic Churches of Norfolk - 6 Week Study course commencing 9th October

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Members' New Year Luncheon 2020
Wednesday 22 January 2020

As a new member, today was my first Art Society members’ lunch and it was hugely enjoyable. 

It seems to be a ‘not to be missed’ date in many members calendar and I could quite see why.  Members meeting up with old and new friends, lots of chatter and laughter Stories were swopped, opinions freely given and all over delicious food and wine.  Titchwell Manor seemed to fit the occasion very well.  Wonderful views across the marshes. 

If you’ve never been before, let me heartily recommend it to you.  And certainly think about coming next year if you’re on your own.  You will be made to feel most welcome, as indeed I was.  A definite date for the diary. 

Lesley Nadel