All the events cancelled in Swaffham due to coronavirus
- Credit: Ian Burt
Events across the region are being cancelled as coronavirus takes hold. Here are the events that have been cancelled in Swaffham so far:
Swaffham Town Football Club
All matches within the Thurlow Nunn football league have been postponed with immediate effect.
The Ostrich Inn, Disco Night
The pub in Castle Acre has cancelled its disco night on March 21.
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Swaffham Conni Club, Bingo
Bingo on a Wednesday evening has been cancelled until further notice. The club will keep people updated on any changes over its Facebook page.
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Although the women’s clothing store will remain open, all charity events the company were involved in throughout April and May will be cancelled.
The business is with the organisers to reschedule them in the autumn.
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Here to Help Campaign
Today, with Norfolk County Council, we have launched our Here to Help campaign, in a bid to create an army of helpers to step in to offer that extra support.
Clearly, there are safety issues of which to be aware but there are all ways in which we can help - whether that’s dropping off food, walking a pet, phoning someone on their own or just pointing them in the direction of the most up to date advice.
We’ve included a Here to Help postcard, which we would love to see people post through their neighbours’ letterboxes.