King's Lynn Oddfellows invites New Year resolution-setters seeking socialising and group activity.

The society, King's Lynn and West Norfolk District branch of Oddfellows, say that having people who share similar objectives can significantly influence the outcome of New Year’s resolutions.

The society encourages new members to attend their weekly meetings.

With approximately 400 members, mostly older and retired, King's Lynn Oddfellows organises activities and frequent social gatherings in the King's Lynn and West Norfolk area aimed at fostering friendships and providing mutual support.

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Branch secretary Alison Schultz, said: “Many of us try to make changes to our lives at the beginning of the year, but when those first bumps in the road appear it’s much easier to stay on track when you’ve got people alongside you acting as cheerleaders, or giving you a reason not to quit.

“Having the support of friends, or being among people who want the same thing, can be the difference between achieving and failing the goals we set ourselves.

“Here at Kings Lynn and West Norfolk District Branch of Oddfellows, we have a ready-made group of wonderful and inspiring people who can offer that support.

"So if you want to get out and about more, meet new and interesting people, try your hand at something new, or volunteer your time to help others, then stop by and give us a try.”

Every Tuesday between 2pm till 4pm, the group meets at the Reffley Community Hall.

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The agenda for these meetings include seated exercises, quizzes, bingo, and various talks.

Plus, the Society hosts around 50 online events every month, freely available to anyone interested.

For further details about King's Lynn and West Norfolk District Branch of Oddfellows or to request a complimentary events diary, contact Ms Schultz at or call on 01553 776030.