Worstead Friends

The Committee Members are Rose Lemon (01692 536441): Chair, Cyntia Clare (01692 536721) Secretary, L. Bispham, M. Sore, G. Cove and J. Evans

Meetings take place in the Queen Elizabeth Hall unless stated.

Worstead Parent, Toddler and Baby Group


Worstead Parent, Toddler and Baby Group is a friendly group run entirely by the parents who attend. It happens every Friday in term time from 10am to 12 noon in Worstead’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. There are a great range of toys for all ages to enjoy as well as craft activities. We have snack time for the children as well as tea/coffee and biscuits for the adults half way through the session. Towards the end of each session we get out the ride on toys and bikes out for the children to make full use of the size of the hall.

The first session is free so do come along and see for yourself, after that the cost is just £2 per child and 50p for a sibling/extra child.

Please contact Gaby Marjoram on 07789 930085 or email: [email protected] for further details.


Football for 16 and under

Worstead Wolves Youth Football Club invites all children of all abilities between 6 and 16 years old to join their teams.

All teams meet for training on Thursday evening from 17.45 until 19.30 outside the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Contact Mr. T. Middleton, Meadowview Worstead
(01692) 536954

For leagues and match results


Choir Information


choirA while back, Worstead school mum and keen singer Helen Kelly started looking for a choir to join. Nothing was quite what she was after so she got a handful of keen musos (enthusiasm over quality in the most part) and coerced another school mum (an opera singer) to help us start our own choir in Worstead.
A few years on and we have had a few members come and go, we’ve been lucky enough to have some fantastic people in charge of us and we’ve improved beyond all hope.
We’re now led by the lovely Beverley Downes, who has had vast experience teaching singing to all ages at all levels. I’m sure we test her sometimes, and hopefully, sometimes, surprise her.
We often surprise ourselves. From the early days of learning we have progressed to tackle Faure Requiem, we regularly sing at Worstead Festival and we love our Christmas gathering in the church. Who doesn’t love a traditional carol?
Think you might like to join us? We’d love to have you.