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At the Heart of Reepham
Thank you to Broadland District Council who have agreed to give us a £20,000 grant from their Pride in Place fund, provided we can match it from our own fundraising! We’ll do that through donations and the Raise the Roof campaign.
Raise the Roof at the Bircham Centre!
We’re launching our major fundraising campaign for 2023. Can you help us raise £10,000 towards the repair work needed to the Bircham Centre roof and attics? Sponsor a tile at £5 per tile so that we can Raise the Roof. Find out how you can sponsor your tile…
- Pop Up Craft Sale in the Front Room from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday 3 June
- Walled Garden Talks in the Bircham Garden on five Tuesdays at noon, starting Tuesday 6 June
Bircham Centre News
Return of Walled Garden Talks
Following on from the successful series of talks last summer, we will be hosting a series of five Walled Garden Talks, on Tuesdays at 12 noon, starting on Tuesday 6 June.
Pop Up Craft Event 3 June
There will be a pop-up Craft Sale in the Front Room in the Bircham Centre on Saturday, 3 June from 10 am to 2pm.
Farewell to Holly Tree
The removal of the diseased holly tree at the front of the Bircham Centre took place on 23 May.
Removal of Holly Tree
The holly tree in our front garden is sadly diseased and dying so it’s going to have to come out…
The Charity Shop and Book Room
The Bircham Centre Charity Shop and Book Room hold a treasure trove of pre-loved clothes, homewares, toys and books donated by the wonderful people of Reepham and its surrounding villages.
The Bircham Centre Walled Garden
Our beautiful garden is a haven in the centre of Reepham where there is always something new to discover.
The Reepham Archive
The Reepham Archive is housed in the oldest part of the building that dates back to the 16th Century and includes pictures and documents showing Reepham’s history.
The Bircham Centre Story
The Bircham Centre belongs to Reepham. It is a community building that was donated to the town in 1919 and has played an important role for all Reepham’s residents for over 100 years.