A local amateur dramatics group
based in the villages of Harrold, Carlton and Odell. Formed in 1992,
AdHoc has presented one or two plays each year since then and has
built a loyal local audience. Also involved with organising and
supporting less formal and more inclusive events, such as Poems
and Pints Evenings and Murder Mystery evenings, as well as an active
social calendar with theatre visits, playreadings,and annual
barbecue and Xmas party.
Started in Harrold and Odell in 1990, this charity
provides a sponsorship scheme for poor and disadvantaged families
in Buzau, Romania. Also provides wheelchairs and other aids for physically
Harrold Allotment Holders Association manages about 35 plots on land located at the top of Orchard Lane and owned by St Peter's Church.
There is currently a waiting list for anyone wishing to take over a plot.
Please contact the Chairman for information.
A discounted seed catalogue is available at the AGM each autumn for members to use to order seeds, sets and seed potatoes.
A social club for adults with learning disabilities.
Fridays 3.00 pm - 4.30 pm at Harrold Centre for crafts, music etc and a
Disco at Lincroft Middle School 2nd Tuesday of each month.
A warm welcome for new members or helpers.
The Association maintains and fosters links
between Harrold and St. Pazanne (near Nantes) at both communal and
personal levels. It encourages understanding of French culture through
fundraising activities and biennial official visits when we stay
with French families. Our friends in St. Pazanne visit us in alternate
(CARLTON & CHELLLINGTON)
Tel: 01234 721720
Meetings held monthly for talks by knowledgeable
people in local history; normally Thursday evenings in Carlton Village
Hall. Also organises visits to major historical sites, museums, historic
houses and gardens, even abroad. Holds annual Cheese & Wine evening
with historical theme.
Contact: Val Wallbank
For all adults, but mainly senior citizens and
retired. Operated by mailing list and communication in The Bridge.
Leisure activities include days out, theatre trips and holidays as
a Group. An asset to people living alone or having no transport.
CARLTON & DISTRICT STROLLERS
Contact: Ron Harris
Tel: 01234 720604
For walkers. No age limit. Meets on the 2nd
Sunday of the month at 10.00 a.m. outside the Village Shop. A
stroll around the local footpaths with the occasional picnic.
Do you enjoy singing? Can you sing in four
part choir? Would you like to join our small choir based in Harrold?
Currently we meet weekly between October and Christmas culminating
in our concert of "Christmas Delights".
For women of all ages. Meeting on the second Thursday
of each month.
We aim to provide interesting speakers, contribute to the life of
the village and create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which
to meet different people.