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The following short pieces are from July 2010


A new series of keep fit courses is due to start in September at Hethersett High School. 

Hula hoop workouts start on 7th September at 6.30 p.m and will run for five weeks. 

Fitness Pilates classes start at 7.30 p.m on the same evening and run initially for six weeks. 

Further information on the classes is available from Linda Cactus on 01603 872664 or 07759 886777

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The RiNG – the Rheumatoid Arthritis in Norfolk Group – has announced a full programme of talks and events for the remainder of the year and beyond. 

The group meets monthly in Hethersett Village Hall in Back Lane and is open to sufferers of Rheumatoid Arthritis. 

On September 8th from 2 to 5 p.m, Consultant Rheumatologist Dr Chetan Mukhtyar  from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be talking about 'Myths about Rheumatoid Arthritis' . This will be followed by the group’s annual meeting. 

On October 6th from  2  to 4 pm, Maggie Green, Communications Officer for the Norfolk Link, will talk about 'Health and Social Care in Norfolk - how we can help'. 

November 3rd  from 2-4 pm sees Dr Karl Gaffney, Consultant Rheumatologist from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital  talking about 'Rheumatology in the new Millennium'. 

The group will also be holding a Christmas lunch at a date to be set in December. 

On January 5th from 2 to 4 pm Consultant Anaesthetist Dr Peter Phillips from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will talk about 'Laughing gas controlled unconsciousness during surgery now and in the past'. 

Further information is available on a freephone number of 0800 055 3637 or from the group’s official web site at

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Three local organisations have combined to provide a service to dementia sufferers and their families. 

Once a month professionals in the field gather at Woodcote Sheltered Housing Scheme in Hethersett for a special Memory Matters morning and afternoon. 

The experts are there to listen, advise and point people in the right direction on matters affecting memory. 

Broadland Housing Association Ltd, the Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and the Alzheimer’s Society operate their signpost event on the last Thursday of every month from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. Anybody wanting information or help on memory matters is welcome to attend.