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Blue Bell Pub-Café, Stoke Ferry Neighbourhood Talks about birdlife, social isolation service ASK Lily and RNIB

Neighbourhood talks on Thursdays at The Blue Bell Pub-Café, Stoke Ferry begin this week, 11am, on February 23, and March 9 and 16.

The talk sessions provide opportunities for informal or confidential discussions. So, members of the public can along, keep warm and cosy in this welcoming pub-café, and even stay for lunch or try one of their daily £3 soups.

On Thursday, experienced and knowledgeable local ornithologist, Mike Pymar, will be talking about local bird life and the skills involved in bird ringing to gather information on the survival and movement of birds to help understand why local populations are changing.

Blue Bell Stoke Ferry talks
Blue Bell Stoke Ferry talks

Future talks, Thursday, March 9, 11am: Rebekah Bensley-Mills, co-ordinator at ASK Lily will be talking about their loneliness and social isolation service which helps adults in West Norfolk develop friendships and engage in our community.

Thursday, March 16, 11am: Warren Wilson from RNIB will be speaking about how he supports local blind and partially sighted people to access the support services they need when they need them in order to live full, independent lives.

Address for sat-nav: Blue Bell Pub-Café, Lynn Road, Stoke Ferry PE33 9SW.

Jim McNeill, community development worker at the Blue Bell Pub-Café said: “The community-owned Blue Bell has always had the mission to be more than a pub. We strive to be a community hub delivering services to all residents across our district.

"With this in mind, we have great pleasure in announcing the final three presentations in our present series of our popular Neighbourhood Talks.”

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