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About Us

Rackheath Players were formed in 1953 and have staged productions on a regular basis ever since, even managing to continue performing at alternative venues whilst their home, Rackheath Village Hall, was being rebuilt following a fire in the mid 1970s.

Possibly the best known of our former members is Keith Skipper, a local author, broadcaster and founder of FOND (Friends of Norfolk Dialect).
Rackheath Players is governed by a committee of up to nine members.
The 2017-18 Committee is composed of:

Chairman:  Eddie Allison
Secretary: Jenny Howard 	 Treasurer: Richard Clayton
Committee Members:
Stephen Dunstan   Julie Dignum  Steven Hands  Robert Lamacraft  Caroline Manley  Angela Smith
President:  Fred Leak
Vice Presidents:
Irene Culyer           Fay Stowers      Margaret Bunkell
Keith Skipper          Celia Granger    Don Grunbaum
Child Protection Officer: Angela Smith
Health & Safety Officer: Stephen Dunstan
Membership of Rackheath Players is by annual subscription:
Adult Member £ 20.00 per year
Family  £ 30.00 for 2 members & £ 5.00 for each additional member
Concessions: £10.00 those not in full time employment
A copy of the Constitution of Rackheath Players (in pdf format) can be found here.