Our Services The Wednesday Club With its origins in January 1967 at the Princes Street United Reformed Church in Norwich, the Wednesday Club began life as a weekly club for people with learning disabilities who mostly lived in long stay hospitals and institutions. The Club, for some was their only activity away from the hospital. Moving to the Vauxhall Community Hub, in Norwich in 2014, and now due to re-open at The Lazar House, Sprowston Road, Norwich in July 2021, the Club is run by mostly volunteers with disabilities, and provides around 40 people each Wednesday evening with a chance to meet with friends and take part in a range of different activities, of their choosing. They include: Disco and Karaoke Quizes Bingo sessions Arts and Craft activities Pool Table Tennis Indoor sports Nintendo Wii games Cookery sessions A women's group Tuck shop Raffles and games of chance Exercise and circus skills sessions Barbecue, Christmas and Halloween parties There is no need to book to attend the Wednesday Club. It is open to anyone with any disability aged 16 and above and an entry fee is payable on arrival each week. Click HERE to see how to join in. Please note that the Club is currently closed as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, however we do run a "Happy Hour" each Wednesday at 7pm on our Facebook page.