Harleston Town Guide 2022-2023

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The Official



Town Guide 2022/2023

Local Services • Recreation • Town Map • Attractions

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The Official Harleston Town Guide 2022-23 © Redenhall with Harleston Town Council

Harleston Safer Neighbourhood Team


Harleston Library


Harleston Information Plus


Health and Welfare




Out and About


Harleston’s Future


Local Walks




Harleston Create Learn Play


Map of Harleston




Harleston & District Business Forum


Editor: Sarah Veness, 01379 773348

Neighbouring Villages


Advertising: 01379 773347

Clubs and Societies


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Sport and Fitness



Directory of Advertisers


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Welcome to Harleston Harleston is a small town nestled in the Waveney

with the famous event through the local Fuller

Valley. It is a great location for visiting the Norfolk

family. These trees were specially created to

Broads, seaside and the historic city of Norwich.

commemorate the 400 year anniversary of the

There are many local walks, nearby fishing lakes

sailing of the Mayflower ship to America.

and a great leisure centre with recreation ground.

Harleston provides a habitat for swifts to stay

Harleston is on a national cycle route and we

during their visit to the country and has delightful

welcome many cyclists as they stop for a rest and

open countryside nearby. There are many


opportunities for us all to help the recovery of our

Harleston holds a Wednesday market which has

natural environment in the post Covid world to

been running since 1259. It has been wonderful

make Harleston an even better place to live, work

to see optimism returning as our town emerges

and visit.

from the restrictions imposed due to the spread of

The town is home to many independent shops,

Covid. Local volunteer groups are once again

cafes and restaurants all seeking to cater for the

organising events, which include the Harleston

needs of both local people and visitors. There is a

and Waveney Festival, antiques market and

proposal for significant investment in the town

evening street party, food festival, beer festival

centre with a new design that will give priority to

and the marvellous Christmas market and lights

the pedestrian and make visiting and shopping an

switch-on. Beautiful flags adorn the shops and are

even more enjoyable experience. The Market

changed regularly in line with different events or

Place would become a space for people to meet

themes throughout the year. As the town

up and socialise and for holding more events.

awakens from slumber with renewed vigour, other

Harleston retains free parking and provides a

events are being suggested and considered.

perfect place for a very pleasant day shopping and

A current list can be found on the Town Calendar

a bite to eat or something to drink.

on the Town Council website.

More details of events and more, can be found on

We will be planting trees in the cemetery of St

our website: www.harleston-tc.gov.uk. Please

Marys Church as part of the Green Canopy as a

subscribe to our newsletter for updates and

way of helping nature recover from years of

current information relating to our town.

neglect. Pride of place will be a Pilgrim 400 apple

Welcome to Harleston, we hope to see you soon.

tree, which has been gifted to the Town Council from Nottinghamshire County Council and Bassetlaw District Council due to our association

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Redenhall with Harleston Town Council runs the Harleston Community Leisure Facility based in the Leisure Centre, the town’s market, the allotments, the majority of streetlights, the War Memorial, the Clock Tower, bus shelters, the public toilets, the Recreation Ground and it’s play area, the Christmas Lights and the cemetery in Redenhall. Contact: Clare Crane, Town Clerk, Council Office, Memorial Leisure Centre, Wilderness Lane, Harleston IP20 9DD Telephone: 01379 854519 Email: enquiries@harleston-tc.gov.uk Website: www.harleston-tc.gov.uk If you want to know what’s going on, please subscribe to our website update service.— It’s FREE! www.harleston-tc.gov.uk

Norfolk County Council is responsible for major county wide services such as education, highways, police, fire and rescue, social services and libraries. It co-ordinates strategic, transport and emergency planning. Its main office is in County Hall in Norwich. Telephone: 0344 800 8020 Website: www.norfolk.gov.uk South Norfolk District Council, is responsible for planning (including most housing applications), housing, council tax and refuse collection, electoral registration, licensing, most leisure centres and pools and street cleaning. Its offices are in Long Stratton. Telephone: 01508 533633 Email: reception@s-norfolk.gov.uk Website: www.south-norfolk.gov.uk

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Photo: Robin Twigge

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Harleston Information Plus (HIP) Harleston Information Plus is an independent charity funded through grants and donations. The charity has a voluntary management board made up of local people, and with the help of around 40 volunteers and three part-time staff, provides services and support to around 5000 people each year. It offers a community hub that is home to a number of valuable services, catering for visitors to the town, its residents and those that live in the surrounding villages of Norfolk and Suffolk. We always look forward to welcoming people at the Community Information Centre, so why not call in to browse or see if we can help you? Or visit our website where you will find a wealth of information about local businesses, services, community groups and events.

Community Information

Finding Employment

Community/Lifelong Learning

Clubs and society details Events around Harleston Volunteer opportunities Bus timetables Tourist information, local attractions, walking routes, accommodation guide

Jobs Club CV writing and application support Local job vacancies Work skills training Careers guidance Self-employment

First Aid Fraud awareness Access and support to online courses and services

Community Events

Tackling Loneliness and Social Isolation

And so much more…

Citizens Advice (Weds by appointment) Info on services and help agencies Foodbank vouchers County Councillor surgery

Befriending Service Better Together project in association with Voluntary Norfolk

Meeting Room hire Harleston Cinema bookings U3A Board Games group Ticket office for local events For sale.….Harleston bags, books, craft goods, dog poo bags! Recycling collection point – spectacles, stamps, plastic bottle tops

We rely on grants and donations, and are particularly fortunate to have the support of Harleston Town Council and the Bullock Fair Charity to enable us to continue our service to the community. Opening Times: Mon-Fri (9:30am to 3pm), Thu (9.30am-12:30pm and Saturday 10am -1pm). Harleston Information Plus 8 Exchange St, Harleston, IP20 9AB Phone: 01379 851917 Email: hip@harleston-norfolk.org.uk www.harleston-norfolk.org.uk Harleston Information Plus

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Diss Chiropody & Podiatry Clinic Day & Evening Appointments Nail Surgery Clinic Orthotic/Insole Therapy Foot Care/Advice Various Verrucae Treatments (Including needling) Ultrasound scanning available Product Sales Home Visits Available

Mr. W. J. Hutchings BSc. Podiatry Hcpc reg M.R.c.Pod

01379 640370 foot.clinic@btconnect.com 1 Roydon Road, Diss, Norfolk

• Exclusive Gym including Cardio and Resistance Machines • Extensive Free Weights area • Variety of Fitness Classes for all Ages • Competitive Memberships to suit all • Squash and Tennis Courts • Meeting Rooms for Hire

For more information visit www.harlestongym.co.uk telephone – 01379 852088 text – 07496 984278

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Health and Welfare Harleston Medical Practice


Bullock Fair Surgery Bullock Fair Close Harleston Norfolk IP20 9AT

Bupa Dental Care

The telephone lines are open from 8.30am – 6.30pm (6.00pm on Wednesday). Tel: 01379 853217 Options: 1 – Appointments 2 – Cancellation line (open 24 hours) 3 – Dispensary 10.30-12 & 2-4pm 4 – Test Results after 11.30am 5 – Secretary For referrals only 10-3pm 6 – Reception (general reception enquiries) – after 10am GP routine same day access - Please call us between 8.30 and 10 am if you require the attention of a GP · To request a home visit: 01379 853217 before 10:30am · Dedicated Cancellation line 01379 855908 · We update our website regularly: www.harlestonsurgery.co.uk · E-Mail: harleston.reception@nhs.net · The dispensary is busy, so please order repeat medication when you have seven days supply remaining. · You can request a repeat prescription online at: www.harlestonsurgery.co.uk · The practice information leaflet is available from Bullock Fair surgery or online

24-26 Redenhall Road, Harleston, IP20 9ER Telephone: 01379 854466 Out of hours emergencies: Private (Call to get number from answerphone), NHS - Dial 111 Opening times: 8am - 7pm - Monday, Wednesday 8am-5.30pm - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8am-1pm - Saturday Opticians Cecil Amey

33b The Thoroughfare, Harleston, IP20 9AS Telephone: 01379 853504 Jeffery & Associates

10 Old Market Place, Harleston, IP20 9BE Telephone: 01379 853494 Hearing Services Cecil Amey Hearing Care

33b The Thoroughfare, Harleston, IP20 9AS Telephone: 01379 853504 Chemist Your Local Boots Pharmacy

17 The Throughfare, Harleston IP20 9AH Telephone: 01379 852338 Opening times: Monday-Friday: 9am-6pm Saturday: 9am-5pm NHS Non-Emergency Number Telephone: 111 www.nhs.uk

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Photo: Pauline Shadbolt

Harleston’s History Harleston is an unplanned town, unlike other medieval towns such as Great Yarmouth with its’ ‘rows’. This is a market town in the true sense of the word as, at its’ very beginning, the market preceded a settled community. Why the market became established here is not clear, but a Royal Charter was granted in the 13th century. The triangular market area was bounded by Exchange Street, the Thoroughfare and the Old Market Place/Broad Street. This became a considerable enterprise, serving a wide area. Medieval plots developed on the outside edge of this triangle, stretching back a long way from narrow frontages. They consisted of small orchards, gardens, outhouses and workshops and eventually became known as ‘Yards’. Small industries – tinsmiths, gunsmiths, saddlers and wheelwrights et al plied their trades and turned the yards into noisy, busy places. The buildings fronting the streets became shops with their owners living upstairs.These yards still exist but are now mainly residential. Within the triangle, the market flourished but gradually was built up with more permanent buildings. By 1839, the structure of the town centre was very much as it is today. All through this steady re-development, the daily spiritual needs of the townsfolk and market goers were being met by St Johns’ Chapel of Ease which stood for many hundreds of years on the edge of the Market Place. The chapel was demolished in the 1870’s and replaced by St Johns’ Church built in Broad Street in 1872. (The Chapel of Ease was only available Monday to Saturday. Everyone was obliged to attend St Marys’ Redenhall on a Sunday.)

Photo: Margaret Griffiths

Over the years, a good relationship built up between the people of Harleston and the many small businesses which thrived here – one steadfastly supported the other, the effect of WW1 was to reduce the population considerably, however the town battled on and took WW2 in its stride – even the closure of the railway did not knock the towns’ progress. The 1960’s was a particularly prosperous time in terms of employment opportunities when a number of small manufacturing firms moved in and created hundreds of manufacturing jobs. Most of these have gone now and Harleston is back to what it always was – a small, vibrant market town providing a wonderful place we can all enjoy. The town is proud of its heritage. For those who wish to know more, why not visit the Harleston Museum? Very small, but perfectly formed, the museum is stewarded by enthusiastic volunteers from May to September. The opening times are limited but can be opened at other times by arrangement – contact details on museum door. Entry is free.

The building of the Corn Hall in Exchange Street 1850 and the coming of the railway in 1855 was indicative of prosperous times and signalled a sound economic future for the town.

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Out and About

Photo: Pauline Shadbolt

Buses Regular bus services connect Harleston with Norwich, Diss and Beccles. For full details of bus services and pick up points contact: • Traveline on 0871 200 2233, www.traveline.info • Konect Bus on 03300 539358, www.konectbus.co.uk

medical appointments, going shopping, attending local jobs clubs and training, participating in social events and visiting friends and family. Borderhoppa Community Transport is a registered not for profit charity and has been in operation since 2002. Borderhoppa’s office is based at 40 Fuller Road, Harleston and has a team of paid staff and drivers. The service currently covers 56 parishes in south Norfolk and north Suffolk and continues to grow.

• Simonds on 01379 647300, www.simonds.co.uk Printed timetables are available at Harleston Information Plus. Information on National Express services can be found at www.nationalexpress.com

Borderhoppa Borderhoppa provides a range of vital community transport services which are available to people who have no other access to other forms of transport. Users of the service include the elderly, community groups, young people, the rurally isolated and those with impaired mobility. Borderhoppa services allow users to carry out important tasks such as attending

We provide a door to door dial-a-ride service and also arrange regular members’ outings throughout the year to popular destinations. Our buses are available to any local not for profit organisations, clubs and societies for private hire at very reasonable rates. Most buses are fitted with wheelchair lifts to make them fully accessible. Prices are available on request. If you would like to make a booking, or would like more information, then please call 01379 854800 or visit www.borderhoppa.org. You can also email us at adminborderhopa@btconnect.com

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CALUM WARD Accountants & Taxation Advisors 01379 852183 info@calumward.co.uk

Market House, 4 Church Street Harleston IP20 9BB www.calumward.co.uk

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Harleston’s Future is an independent, voluntary group committed to supporting the Town Council, local businesses and community life in Harleston. We work closely with the Town Council, local businesses and other groups, to organise a range of activities for the benefit of Harleston residents, the surrounding communities and visitors. As well as organising community events and street markets, the Film Group runs a monthly cinema (with a matinee and evening screening on the last Thursday of the month); Flag Force provides a colourful array of flags throughout the year, with wonderful bunting in the summer months; and the Environment Group helps address issues in and around the town and aims to provide a better home for wildlife including through the Swift Action Group.

We rely on the support of volunteers. New supporters are always welcome and it is a great way to meet new people and get involved with your community. If you are interested and want to know more or have ideas for events and activities you would like to see in Harleston please contact us on info@visitharleston.org.uk or come and chat to us at one of our events. Please check the website www.vistharleston.org.uk for further information about the activities organised by Harleston’s Future.

This year, 2022, Harleston’s Future will be joining with the Town Council and other local organisations and businesses to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee over the bank holiday weekend 2- 5 June. After the last couple of years dominated by covid, everyone is hoping that the sun will shine and we can all come together and enjoy ourselves. The annual Food and Drink Festival will be the 17 September (to be confirmed) and building on last year’s success we are looking forward to a bigger and better event this year with lots of involvement from our excellent local producers and retailers. There will also be a Christmas Market, with the normal Christmas “festivities” including a themed best shop window competition. Looking ahead to 2023, we hope it will be back to business as normal with the regular events listed above as well as the Antiques Market and Street Party which will return for its normal fathers’ day spot in June. There will also be the ever-popular biennial Open Gardens to look forward to, which will be back to its normal early summer spot. The Harleston and Waveney Festival will also be making a return in the week running up to the August bank holiday weekend.

The Harleston, Norfolk community made 1000 origami peace-cranes, each with tiny swifts printed on the wingtips. The wingtips were cut from the cranes and placed into two plastic spheres. One of the spheres was mounted on a display card and sent 36 miles into the sky above Death Valley, California. On the day it was undoubtedly the highest community peace message in the world and perhaps among the highest in history. The second sphere was taken to Japan and left in the Hiroshima Children’s Peace Park.

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Waveney Valley View by Peter Metcalf

Harleston is close to the River Waveney - the boundary between Norfolk and Suffolk.

Walk 1 - Harleston via Starston. Approx distance of 2.8 miles. Steep gradients.

The walks explore the Norfolk side of the Waveney valley - an ancient landscape comprising a complex network of irregular fields bounded by old hedgerows, remnants of the ancient woods, winding lanes connecting villages, hay meadows and pastures, rivers and wetlands; all now set in modern arable land. There are many routes walkers can take, and further information on many more walks can be found at Harleston Information Plus which is situated in Exchange Street. Here are just three examples of the interesting walks you can take.

This walk starts at the Recreation Ground, turning onto Wilderness Lane, Starston Road and then down Bunn's Lane (off the B1134 Starston Road). If you turn right at the end of Bunn's Lane and follow the hill down The Street, you will see St Margaret's Church ahead. If you don't wish to visit the church, turn right past the village hall, and at the end of the pavement turn right onto the public footpath just after passing The Rectory. Ignore the track on the left but keep right on the grass path up the steep hill, go around the corner and continue with the hedge on your right. Cross the dismantled railway line, then the bridge over the ditch and continue beside another field up the hill to Bunn's Lane, cross the road and you will be back on Starston Road, where you can either make your way back to the Recreation Ground or go through Weavers Croft, passing Herolf Way and Pilgrims Way, on to Swan Lane and then onto the main street, The Thoroughfare.

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Walk 2 - Harleston via Lushbush. Approx distance of 3.2 miles. Moderate gradients.

Walk 3 - Harleston via Redenhall. Approx distance of 4 miles. Steep gradients.

The start point is at St John the Baptist, Broad Street. With your back to the church, turn right along Broad Street. Keep right and walk along Redenhall Road out of Harleston towards Redenhall, past the poplar trees and turn left down the hill to Lushbush. Turn left at the T-junction, cross the bridge over the stream and turn right on the public footpath up the hill. Walk up this field edge path keeping the trees on your right. Turn right on reaching the road and, after a short distance, turn left onto the public footpath just after, and adjacent to, the drive to a house.

The start point is St John the Baptist, Broad Street. With your back to the church, turn right and walk along Broad Street, then Redenhall Road, and continue for approximately one mile to the roundabout.

Walk on this wide grass field margin towards and then beside Gawdy Hall Wood. After a short distance turn right at the way marker post to cross the field over the hill down to the road, emerging opposite the junction. Turn right at the road (Church Lane), look out for the wooden memorial to a World War One plane crash on the right just before Church Lane Cottages. Turn first right and follow the road over the hill, continue ahead at the crossroads. Bear left at the junction and walk up Station Hill and continue along Station Road. Turn right at the end, cross where possible and return to the start point. This walk passes close to Gawdy Hall Big Wood, an undisturbed Site of Special Scientific Interest. Whilst there is no public access, the footpath is adjacent to it for a short distance and the large wood is visible from any of the country roads all around.

Cross at the roundabout and walk up to St Mary's Church. After visiting the church, return to the road and continue over the brow of the hill. Turn right into Cook's Lane. Continue along Cook's Lane turning left at the junction to walk down Cuckoo Lane, a very steep hill. Turn right at the T-junction onto Low Road. Turn right at the public footpath finger post just after Freston Farm and Freston House and walk up the steep hill (part of Angles Way). At the junction of footpaths, at the brow of the hill, continue ahead (by turning right then immediately left at the second way marker post) and keep the ditch on your left. Just before a small wood on your left, turn right to walk down to the road. Turn left into Green Lane, cross the A143 at the crossing point and continue as Green Lane becomes Jay's Green. As the road bears sharp right, continue ahead onto Straight Lane, turning left at the end to return to the start point at the church.

Pure Luck Photography by Jacky Luck

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Weybread Pit by Vicky Ferrier

Education The Harleston Federation Harleston Primary Academy and Archbishop Sancroft High School) St Benet’s Multi Academy Trust

The Harleston Federation is a community that flourishes,

Our schools are inclusive, welcoming those of all faiths

through God’s love, to live ‘Life in All its Fullness’, (John

and none.

10:10 and John 13:34). We are a foundation of Hope; a family of Love; a school of nurture guided by Faith; promoting a unique, personalised journey towards excellence.

Our emphasis is on educating the whole person, so that each of us in this special community will be able to live life in all its fullness; (John 10:10). We provide an exciting and broad curriculum with dedicated support to enable

This is an exciting time for all connected with education

students to identify and develop their skills and talents.

in Harleston. The Regional Schools Commissioners

The schools provide high quality and inspirational

approval to open a new All Through School for Harleston

teaching in an environment where everyone is

in September 2022 is the next phase in a strategic vision

challenged to achieve ambitious goals. Outstanding

started by the creation of the Harleston Federation and

pastoral care ensures that every child is known

its local governing body in January 2019. Ultimately, this

individually and nurtured within our caring Christian

will result in the bringing together of Harleston Primary


Academy and Archbishop Sancroft High School, offering education for children aged 3-16 across the community. Although the Primary and Secondary phases will remain on their current sites, a joined up approach to leadership, curriculum design, teaching and learning, policy, systems

To contact us please phone Harleston Primary Academy on 01379 853211 or email office@harleston.stbenets.org and for ASHS please phone 01379 852561 or email office@ashs.stbenets.org

and structures will provide an educational experience

To see our schools in action please follow our Twitter

that is both unique and has the potential to transform

accounts @HarlestonCE @ASHS_Harleston

the experiences of all involved.


Our Values and Aims St Benet’s Multi Academy Trust provides high quality, wide-reaching and well-rounded education for children and young people, enabling them to flourish and achieve. We celebrate the expertise that exists within our academies through collaborative, peer support and career development. We recognise the importance of both support and challenge to achieve the highest quality outcomes for all. We value all roles within the academy community and our professional relationships are based on mutual respect and trust. The Christian values of responsibility, aspiration, dignity, love and respect can be seen in action in all our academies. | 23

The Blackbelt Academy was established in 1980 by Grandmaster Richard Vince and, since then, has continued to grow in the Norwich and South Norfolk area. We teach; • Karate for 7 years to adult. • Little Dragons for 4 to 6 yrs • Kickboxing for 13 yrs to adult.

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Our local classes are; Archbishop Sancroft High School Wednesdays 4-30pm Little Dragons (4 to 6 yrs) Wednesdays 5pm Karate Beginners (7 yrs to adult) Wednesdays 7pm Kickboxing beginners (13 yrs to adult) Fridays 5pm Archbishop Sancroft High School Karate beginners. Roydon Village Hall 9am Little Dragons (4 to 6 yrs) 9-30am Karate beginners.

Harleston Create Learn Play Community Network

Create Learn Play Community Network was developed by an enthusiastic group of Harleston residents. They listened to feedback from local people and realised there was a need to provide activities and experiences for

• ASD / ADHD Support Group - The Upstairs

children, young people and families in the town. Led by

Community Room, Harleston Community Leisure

Michelle Ward, along with a number of volunteers, the

Facility (first Thursday of every month 4.30-5.30pm)

network now facilitates a wide range of groups each

month. The volunteers are also working closely with other local groups who work together as Team Harleston to ensure children and young people are considered in town events and special occasions. The venture is a new one and is constantly evolving but

• Street Dance - The Upstairs Community Room, Harleston Community Leisure Facility (one Friday a month - see Facebook for dates)

these groups are currently running. For more information

and to check times and venues please go to the Facebook page -

Harleston Create Learn Play community groups -

or the relevant page on the Redenhall with Harleston Town Council website https://harleston-tc.gov.uk/youth-network-calendar/


• Little Ones Music & Fun Group - St John’s Church (Alternate Thursdays 9.45-10.30

• All Together Cafe - The Upstairs Community Room, Harleston Community Leisure Facility (Every Tuesday 1-3pm)

• Exchange 2 Youth Drop In - currently at Jays Green Hall (Every Tuesday 7-9pm) Also meeting on Thursday from 5.30-8pm at The Council Office, Harleston Rec

• New Mums & Parents Meet Up Group - The Lower • Jays Green Baby & Toddler Group - Jays Green Hall (9.15 - 11.15am Mondays in term time)

Room, Harleston Community Leisure Facility (1st and 3rd Friday of the month during term time 1-2.30pm)

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Vaccination Centre Supermarket

(not retained) UNIO


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This map has been revised in February 2022. There are also some temporary restrictions due to Covid-19 that are currently in place. Please see the Town Council’s website for further information www.harleston-tc.gov.uk

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Paints Wallpaper Flooring 7 Market Place, Harleston, Norfolk IP20 9AD T: 01379 854762

sales@raymunnpaintsandinteriors.co.uk www.raymunnpaintsandinteriors.co.uk

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Faith in Harleston St. John's Harleston and St. Mary's Redenhall Learning to put Jesus first Sharing love & Good News We seek to be inclusive and welcoming to all, with Sunday worship ranging from the traditional, to the new and informal. Outside of Sunday we have Chatty Church, Midweek Mingle, Youth Club, Prayer Meeting, Informal Singing, a said Communion Service and a Coffee and Cake Morning. We also run a range of study groups to deepen our faith, and to help us live that faith in everyday life. We seek to be at the heart of our community, and do all that we can to support and encourage our neighbours. St. John’s in particular is a warm, welcoming and well equipped building for church and community use, with flexible seating, kitchen and audiovisual equipment. St. John’s is becoming

more and more popular as a large venue in the heart of Harleston. So if you have an activity, concert or event in mind, St. John’s may be for you. St. John’s and St. Mary’s are part of a benefice of seven churches working together along the Waveney Valley. Sunday Worship at St. John’s is at 11am each Sunday. For details of services in St. Mary’s or any other enquiries, just get in touch. St. John’s Harleston is one of two distribution points in the town for the Waveney Foodbank every Friday at 2pm. To find out more go to waveney.foodbank.org.uk Contact Details

Revd. Nigel Tuffnell The Rectory, 10 Swan Lane, Harleston IP20 9AN Phone: 01379 308905 or 07443937050 Email: rector@7churches.org.uk Website: http://7churches.org.uk

The Mayflower installation at St John’s Church

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Photo: Pauline Shadbolt

St. Thomas More Chapel Jay's Green, Harleston, IP20 9HH Contact: Father Mike 01986 893355 Roman Catholic Mass Sunday 9am, coffee afterwards, most Tuesdays at 9.15am and Holy Days at 7.30pm. Website: www.stedmundsrcbungay.org.uk London Road Church Harleston (Methodist & URC) Services: every Sunday morning at 10:30am, communion is celebrated monthly; the Sunday School meets at the same time during term time. For more information email lrchurchharleston@gmail.com. The church hall is available for private functions. For bookings please call the dedicated number on the noticeboard outside. Baptisms and weddings by arrangement with the minister. Contact: the Minister Bruno Boldrini on 01986 469875 We are also a distribution point for the Waveney Foodbank on Fridays at 10am. For more information go to waveney.foodbank.org.uk Hope Church Harleston Church office 644223, office@wearehopechurch.net Services: Hope Church Harleston is an authentic, lively, bible-based community church that has members of all ages, from all sorts of backgrounds. Email the above address for details of where and when we meet. Small groups meet throughout the week. We are a member of the Evangelical Alliance, and are passionate about serving our local community. Visit our website, www.wearehopechurch.net, for more details. So whether you are a Christian or on the edges of faith, or just wanting to see some friendly faces every now and again, we would love to welcome you.

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Independent flooring shop offering excellent customer service from start to finish to suit all tastes and budgets.

6 The Thoroughfare, Harleston IP20 9AX. Tel: 01379 309209

interested in Harleston & District and its development, is welcome to join us. You may come to our breakfasts without committing yourself to membership (in the first instance). We are a very friendly, supportive crowd; just come along and see what we are about. Harleston & District Business Forum, in its current form, is 9 years old this year and has never been more vibrant or well supported. It provides likeminded business owners and other interested parties with a forum to share business information, to network, to be an official voice when approached by or when approaching local, regional and national authorities and ultimately to help grow businesses in the area and promote the town and surrounding area. It is an 'open' forum, meaning that anyone who owns a business, works in one, is an ex-business owner or is a member of any organisation 32 |

Breakfast meetings are usually at The Swan Hotel, Harleston but occasionally elsewhere, on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30am. We have several meeting formats, always preceded by a short introduction from each member, then followed by a speaker or a one to one networking session or members' talks. To book, email info@hdbf.org.uk and give your choice of full English or continental breakfast. The £10 meeting fee can be paid on the day. We also organise occasional outings and an annual Christmas dinner. For more information visit hdbf.org.uk or phone Mark Raines, Chairman, on 07531120817

Photo: Harleston Kindness Help Hub Volunteers by Ian Carstairs

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in Fressingfield Education and care for children aged 0-5 Open 8am-5pm Mon-Fri all year Up to 15hrs per week FREE for all 3 & 4 year olds and some 2 year olds Up to 30hrs per week FREE for working families with 3 & 4 year olds OFSTED registered with highly experienced and qualified early years professionals

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Outney Meadow Caravan Park Bungay Canoe hire on the river. Day and half day trips.

Calor Gas stockists. Free delivery for all your heating and BBQ needs.

Call 01986 892338 now for all enquires. www.outneymeadow.co.uk

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Self Storage Facility in Metfield HGV Repair, Sales & Dismantlers

Storage containers available on our Metfield site or delivered to your own premises. HGV and trailer repairs, servicing & MOT work

Harleston’s Neighbours Harleston is in the Waveney Valley and is

country estate reputedly once considered by the

surrounded by a host of beautiful villages. The

royal family as an alternative to Sandringham. It is

town is situated just to the north of the River

also the site of the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation

Waveney, the boundary between Norfolk and

Museum. The village was used by the US airforce as

Suffolk. Among the surrounding parishes are:

the base for the "Bungay Buckeroos" in World War II.

Alburgh. The church in Alburgh, All Saints,

Fressingfield. The church in Fressingfield contains

contains interesting relics of the First World War

the tomb of Archbishop Sancroft and contains

and there is also evidence of a Stone Age grave in

some very interesting timbers. The Fox & Goose,

the vicinity.

now a restaurant, was formerly a guildhall.

Brockdish. A pretty village situated on the banks

Homersfield. More properly called South Elmham

of the River Waveney. It is the highest point on the

St Mary, this village has the oldest concrete bridge

river from which canoes and kayaks can access the

in Britain, built in 1870. Gravel extraction in the

water, the entry point being at the foot of the

area has revealed evidence of woolly mammoth

common. In the summer of 2018, the Waveney

and rhinoceros among other Ice Age creatures.

Heritage Centre opened in the old primary school

Hoxne. It is said that St Edmund, King of East

offering a wide range of talks, entertainment and

Anglia, was slaughtered at Goldbank Bridge by the

cultural activities.

Danes. His hiding place was revealed by a newly

Denton. The Church of Denton St Mary is one of

married couple and he put a curse on all couples

124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk. Its

crossing the bridge to be married. The Swan Inn

original round tower fell in the 16th century, and

was once a 15th century lodge known as Bishops

was repaired in the most economical fashion, built

Lodge. It is also the site of the finding of the Hoxne

of brick and square, but retaining the eastern

Hoard of Roman treasures.

curved part built of flint. To the north-west at

Mendham. Famous for its connection with Sir

Darrow Green are the surviving earthworks of

Alfred Munnings, who was born in the Miller's

Denton Castle, a small medieval motte-and-bailey

House in 1878 and later became President of the


Royal Academy. The church, All Saints, has a timber

Dickleburgh. The village name derives from an

chancel-arch and a 14th century tower. The 1880's

Irish monk by the name of Dicul who had a brief

east window is also notable, depicting the

settlement ("burgh") in the area in the late 6th


century, nothing of which survives today. At one

Metfield. The name is derived from "meadow

time, the village was dominated by a mill with

field". The village has a 13th century parish church,

homes for the workers from 1780 producing

St John the Baptist, which was remodelled in the

herbage seeds and grain.

1400s. During World War II a bomb dump exploded

Flixton. Until the latter part of the last century the

outside the village detonating over 1000 tonnes of

village was the location of Flixton Hall, a grand

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...views to gaze at

Residential Sales Residential Lettings Rural Business Diss Auction Rooms

Diss Auction Rooms ...lots to gaze at

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Needham. Needham may be a small community but

connected by nameless roads that lead you in circles

it has a very long history dating back to the Romans

until you're back where you started. Impressive ruins

who left fine pottery jars, several kilns and a small

of the old Minster can be found at St Cross.

coin hoard at the east end of the village. The

Scole. On the outskirts of Diss, this was a coaching

charming church has a round stone tower which

station on the road from Colchester to Caister St

probably dates back to Norman times and a rather

Edmund, near Norwich. The 1655 Scole Inn is said to

macabre inscription on the back of one of the old

be haunted by Emma, who was murdered by her

pews. The river bank overlooking the bridge by the


old red brick water mill is a delightful scenic spot in the summer

Starston. The church of St Margaret has a chequer work to the parapet and the remains of wall

Pulham St Mary. The Romans may have had a

paintings. The village sign features a wind pump that

settlement here as various artefacts have been

enabled water from the Beck to be delivered to

found. During World War I the Admiralty constructed

Starston Place, demolished in the 1900s.

a large air station as a base for airships and 3000 naval personnel. The airships were known as 'Pulham Pigs'. Lately famous for the restoration of Pennoyer's School, which, when it closed in 1988, was the oldest

Syleham. St Margaret's is another of the roundtower churches of East Anglia. Also famous for the Syleham Watermill, subsequently used as a factory and now converted to residential properties.

elementary free school in England. The building is now a thriving village centre.

Weybread. In the church of St Andrew's there is a memorial plaque to Alfred Ablett who was born in

Pulham Market. Considered by many to be the typical English village, everything is centred around the green. The earliest recorded spelling is Polleham and is thought to mean the farmhouse or enclosure

Weybread in 1830 and was awarded the Victoria Cross during the Crimean War. Each pew end shows the word "free" - dating from the abolition of the pew rents.

by the pools or streams. The church of St Mary Magdalene has a stunning 17th century porch. The popular Crown Inn was once used to house workers who built the village's church in the 14th century.

Wortwell. Originally this was a hamlet within the parish of Mendham and gained parish status in 1885. The watermill is ancient and is referred to in conveyances as early as the 14th century.The river

Redenhall. Officially Harleston is called "Redenhall

was once a source of eels for the London market.

with Harleston". The parish church of St Mary serves Harleston and the 15th century tower is a most impressive sight.

Wingfield. Wingfield Castle, now a private home, was originally the home of the Wingfield family and their descendants, the De La Poles - Earls and Dukes

Rushall. The church of Rushall St Mary the Virgin is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk. The Half Moon Inn is a 16th century coaching inn. The Saints. The Saints is renowned for its ability to

of Suffolk. The tomb of St John de Wingfield, chief of staff to the Black Prince, can be found in the 14th century St Andrew's Church. Wingfield Barns runs a programme of artistic events.

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Clubs and Societies Bridge Club (Needham Village Hal) Contact: Mary Quarmby, 01379 852972

Harleston Players Adult & Youth Drama Contact: Helen Farrar, 01379 853747

Community Crafts Contact: Liz Warren, 01379 853277

Harleston Round Table Contact: Mark Dury, 07912 015924

Exchange 2 Youth Group Contact: Chris Lown, 07927 077957 or Lucy Marjoram, 01379 852749 www.exchange2.org

Harleston Scouts, Beavers & Cubs Beavers: (6-8) Pauline Sinden, 07543 992228 Cubs: (8-10) Tessa Hollidge, 07818 612168 Scouts: Tessa Hollidge, 07818 612168

Flower Club Contact: Dawn Dawson, 01379 855440

Harleston Shed (Make stuff, mend stuff, meet friends) Contact: Clive Attwood, 01379 852789

Friends of Norfolk Dialect Contact: Mr N Hart, 01379 852677 www.norfolkdialect.com Girlguiding in Norfolk (Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers) Contact: Tracey Betts (Harleston District Commissioner), 01379 854663 Email: traceyguiding22@gmail.com Harleston Allotments Association Contact: Dave Meekings, 01379 853342. Contact Rosie Riches at the Town Council to enquire first on 01379 854519 Harleston Army Cadet Troop Contact: Sam on 07425 155760 Email: 5314carte@armymail.mod.uk Harleston Camera Club Contact: Derek Chenery, 01379 852708 Harleston Choral Society Contact: Stella Brownsea by email on heidihouse@btinternet.com Harleston Heritage Group Contact: Margaret Griffiths, 01379 854385 Harleston Historical Society Contact: Sheena Duncan, 01379 854385 Harleston Garden Club Contact: William Thomas, 01379 853483 Email: b.william.thomas@gmail.com Harleston Ladies Group Contact: Cathy Spurgin, 01379 853193

Harleston Wives Contact: Daphne Cook, 01986 788303 Jobs Club Contact: Lucy Marjoram, 01379 851917 Lucy.marjoram@harleston-norfolk.org.uk Probus Club John Collard, 01379 676202 jaykprime@gmail.com Redenhall Ringing Society Contact: Lindy Ellis, 01986 788326 Rotary Club Harleston & District Contact: Peter Brown, 01379 853505 Royal Air Forces Association Contact: Mr H Websdell, 01379 853967 Royal British Legion Contact: James Keywood, 01379 853711 Spanish Classes Contact: Heather, 01379 309134 Startson Bellringers Contact: Mr H Websdell, 01379 853967 U3A Contact: Kim Poulton, 01986 788149 www.u3asites.org.uk/harleston Young Farmers Contact: Helen Reeve, 01986 788106 or 07795 327011 www.norfolkyfc.co.uk

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Photo: Harleston Magpies Hockey Club

Sport and Fitness in Harleston Blackbelt Academy (martial arts) Contact: Richard Vince, 0800 169 1328

Harleston Youth Football Club Contact: Chris Sparrow, 07368 460537

Harleston Magpies Hockey Club Shotford Heath, Weybread, 01379 853706 Website: magpieshockey.clubbuzz.co.uk

Julie Ash Dance (Disco, Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Adult Disco, Adult Fitness classes) Wortwell Community Centre Contact: Julie on 07909 881079

Harleston Recreation Ground Bowls Club Contact: Graham Pardon, 01379 852482 or Trevor Howling on 01379 853794 Harleston Tennis & Squash Club Recreation Ground, Wilderness Lane Contact: Email harleston.tennis.squash@gmail.com for more info or call the Leisure Centre on 01379 852088 for bookings. www.harlestontennissquash.co.uk

Pilates (Bounce Back Physio) Contact: Emily on 01379 309041 Shotford Bowling Club Contact: 01379 852368 Waterlilies Swimming School Contact: Teresa (Treacle) Griffin, 01379 740489 Email: treacle@waterliliesswim.co.uk

Harleston Town Football Club www.harlestontownfc.com info@harlestontownfc.com

Harleston Community Leisure Facility – A place where everyone is made to feel welcome! We are a gym, community social hub, sports centre, fitness class provider and much more. Our passion is health, fitness and wellbeing, so let us help you on your journey to a happier, healthier you! What we have to offer: • Gym • Tennis • Personal Training • Football • Fitness Classes • Bowls • Squash • Table Tennis For more information visit www.harlestongym.co.uk Call us on: 01379 852088 Email: Harleston-gym@btconnect.com

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Alburgh with Denton Preschool Nursery School Road, Alburgh, IP20 0BW Tel: 01986 788733 Harleston Preschool Nursery School Lane, Harleston, IP20 9HG Tel: 01379 853403 Our nurseries are inclusive and open to all members of the community. Our aim is to provide a friendly, caring learning environment; a place where Fun and learning meet! We also offer before and afterschool clubs and holiday clubs for school aged children. We are open all year round from 8am-6pm

‘Education is a journey not a race’

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Photo: Pauline Shadbolt

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Monday 8.30am-7.30pm Tuesday 8.30am-5.30pm Wednesday 8.30am-5.30pm Thursday Closed all day Friday 8.30am-6.30pm Saturday 7.30am-12 noon

D.A. Browne & Son Family Butcher

35 The Thoroughfare, Harleston IP20 9AS

01379 852235

Closed for lunch 1-2pm Door closed early if busy Last haircut 15 mins prior to close

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01379 854440 Grooming with care and kindness Proprietor: Fay Fitch FISH & CHIPS

Est: 1994

Enchanted Corner The home of magical gifts and sweets. We create bespoke sweet gifts for any occasion and personalised to suit your needs. Harry Potter, Star Wars, TV and movie gifts for all price ranges. 29 The Thoroughfare, Harleston, IP20 9AS Tel 0795 0176618 Email: admin@fairydragongifts.co.uk


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