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26 JULY Norwich Pride Te Forum/Chapelfield Gardens


Norwich Pride is getting the city ready for it's 6th annual celebration. With the usual rainbow colours flying proudly above, Chapelfield Gardens will be full of music, entertainment and fun. Te magnificent parade that snakes through the city starts at 14:00 at Chapelfield so make sure you’re there in good time with all your finery on! Tere will also be talks in Te Curve in the Forum, and speeches from the Chapelfield bandstand. Bring yourselves, bring your friends and family, gay or straight, dress to impress and help to turn Norwich into a rainbow. Look out for the Sing with Pride Choir, who will be singing their socks off to provide a musical rainbow! Volunteers are still needed to help make the day run smoothly. No specialist skills are required, just enthusiasm! Anybody who would like to get involved please e-mail info@norwichpride.org.uk.


More details can be found at www.norwichpride.org.uk and on twitter @norwichpride


06 JULY Norwich Lanes Summer Fayre


Tere’s SO much happening at this very special celebration of the now famous Lanes area of the city. Heavens knows how you’re even going to choose! Tere’s a co-op picnic at St Lawrence’s Church, all kindsa stalls on St Benedict’s, 3 kinds of dance performances, Future Radio broadcasting live from on the street, the Norfolk Brawds, and spoken word, poetry and acoustic music at the Arts Centre, whilst showing at the Birdcage is the live Wimbledon final along with refreshing pink lemonade and popcorn. Tere’s busking along Pottergate, delish grub from the Harbecue Smoke House, a special open day at the Maddermarket Teatre, a New Music Showcase at the Rumsey Wells, Bo nanafana, Tropico and Dogfish co host a day of live music, DJ’s and dance lessons on Bedford Street, gobble up some Soul Food BBQ at Mustard Coffee Bar, check out the Access to Music Live Stage in the courtyard at the Museum of Norwich or hang out at the Upper St Giles Street Party with picnics, plant stalls and a live set from Te Neutrinos. BLIMEY. See you there.


15 HOURS Free childcare for Two-Year Olds Norfolk County Council


What will you do with your 15 reclaimed hours a week? Parents get a helping hand from Norfolk County Council, as up to 15 hours/week free childcare for two-years-olds is made available at nurseries, pre schools, playgroups and childminders if you receive certain benefits. And now families receiving working tax credit with a household income under £16,190 are also eligible. Your two- year old will also benefit , as the early learning and childcare offered will help them learn through play, make new friends and get a good start to education, all from approved providers.


To find out if you qualify for a free place and for more information, visit www.norfolk.gove.uk/take2


40 / July 2014/outlineonline.co.uk


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