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Community to unite for Get Active in Fakenham Week

PUBLISHED: 15:00 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:33 27 June 2018

From left to right: April Simnor, from First Focus, Richard Crook, from Active Fakenham and Linda Black, from Tidal Therapies. Picture: KEITH OSBORN.

From left to right: April Simnor, from First Focus, Richard Crook, from Active Fakenham and Linda Black, from Tidal Therapies. Picture: KEITH OSBORN.

Keith Osborn

Excitement is building ahead of the annual Get Active in Fakenham Week.

Richard Crook, from Active Fakenham, said: “There should be plenty to do and it’s a great opportunity for people to find out what’s going on in the town. It’s also an opportunity for businesses and clubs to get free promotion. There are activities ranging from a dog show, table tennis, writing workshops, introduction to bridge, netball, photographic workshops, Balkan dancing a music festival and the Ride North Norfolk bike ride.”

Aldiss, Fakenham Racecourse and Fakenham Town Council are supporting various events through the week and other businesses and organisations are being encouraged to get involved. Linda Black from Tidal Therapies will be offering massages in the days leading up the Ride North Norfolk and donating the proceeds to First Focus, the week’s official charity. Keith Osborn will be donated a fantastic family photo shoot to the fund-raising raffle.


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