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From the Editor

Mark Danson-Hatcher

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s the 2012 Olympic Games draws to a close there can be little doubt that ‘Team GB’ have acquitted themselves well. Leaving aside the ‘home team advantage’ there have been some spectacular results from our athletes and they are certain to have inspired the next generation. By all accounts cycle shops across the country are struggling to keep up with demand for top end racing machines. What will the Closing Ceremony have in store? It is titled ‘A Symphony of British Music’ celebrating the fact that music has been one of Britain’s strongest cultural exports over the past 50 years. Again there will be a cast of thousands and the Artistic Director Kim Gavin will no doubt have included some surprises. However the ceremony also contains a number of official elements; the parade of athletes which differs from the opening ceremony in that they march together not in national groups. This symbol of unity began at the Melbourne Games in 1956. There is the handover of the Olympic Flag to the next hosts, Rio de Janeiro in 2016, speeches and the extinguishing of the flame. It is bound to be an enthralling occasion. Somewhat less inspirational is the news that some elected members of NNDC’s Planning Committee have found yet another way to thwart the construction of a skatepark in Cromer. Is it any wonder young people are disillusioned by politicians? On a more positive note many of you will have just caught your breath after the fantastic Sheringham Carnival in time to dive into the extravaganza of the Cromer Carnival. Enjoy! The Crabline raised the subject of recognising Cromer Crab as a brand at the time closure of the Cromer Crab factory was announced. The consultation outlined below is for those directly involved in fishing and maintaining a sustainable crab fishery. However what do other Crabline readers think of Cromer Crab having a similar status to, say, champagne?

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ne of North Norfolk fisheries’ greatest assets is the famous Cromer Crab, but this is not an EU protection brand.

There is a considerable difference of opinion within the fishing industry regarding the benefits that would ensue from such brand protection, consequently a series of consultation events are to be held within the fishing industry and its supply chain in order that the North Norfolk Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) can better understand the needs of the fishery. Drop in Cromer Crab Consultation sessions have been organised by FLAG as follows: 13 August: at The Fleece, Wells-next-the-Sea, 16:30 - 19:30 14 August at The Dunstable Arms, Sheringham, 17:00 - 20:00 15 August at Merchant’s Place, Cromer, 18:00 - 21:00 16 August at The Haig Club, Mundesley, 19:00 - 22:00 The North Norfolk FLAG has been formed to deliver almost £2.4 million of investment for the benefit of the North Norfolk fishery. The overall aim of the FLAG programme is to contribute to a sustainable future for the North Norfolk fishery through a broad range of interventions over the next three years. Visit www.northnorfolkflag.org for full details of the programme and its projects.

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Dear Editor your letters and emails The Crabline Merchants’ Place 16 Church Street Cromer Norfolk NR27 9ES editor@crabline.org

Dear Sir, I would like to express how proud I am of my daughter Sarah Coleman. Last year she gave birth to a beautiful little girl Bethany and has now returned to work at C.A.S. Travel in Cromer. Proud Dad and Grandad, Nigel St Quintin North Walsham

New Board appointments at North Norfolk Business Forum NNBF is a business-led body formed to support and promote the region's range of mainly small to medium sized enterprises. Its aim is to provide a business voice to lobby and influence at local, regional and national levels on issues that affect the success and prosperity of both employers and employees.

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an Doughty has been appointed to his second term of office as Chairman of the North Norfolk Business Forum [NNBF] at its AGM on 19th July 2012. He replaces Euan Macpherson, who stood down having completed his term of office. The Board has also been strengthened by the appointment of two new members. Carl Woodwards, Regional Manager of the Commercial Division of Lloyds TSB Bank plc for North Norfolk will take a particular interest in NNBF's funding and its financial management system, and will serve as Vice-Chairman. Carl has replaced Philip Moy, who has resigned after being an active Board member for four years.

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Also joining Board members will be Robert Simmons, Chairman of NNBF Tourism Forum. Robert has been actively involved with Norfolk's tourism industry for many years, and is a Director of the recently formed destination management organisation, North Norfolk Coast and Countryside Limited. His expertise will ensure that North Norfolk's tourism industry has a strong voice within the Forum. Newly appointed Chairman, Ian Doughty is looking forward to his term of office with confidence and optimism. "The business community is going through a tough time at present, which makes it all the more

important for NNBF to have a strong voice. Carl and Robert together have a wide range of experience, and will add depth to an already strong team which is striving to benefit businesses throughout North Norfolk."

For further information, contact: Nigel Tompkins New Ideas for Business T: 01263 822427 E: nigel@ni4b.co.uk M: 07860 206565

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Care Workers Required Be rewarded every day. Care UK is looking for dedicated Care Workers to offer support to people in their own homes in the following areas: Cromer, East Runton, West Runton, Overstrand, Southrepps, Northrepps, Mundesley, Roughton and Trimingham. No experience necessary however own transport essential. In return we offer: ▪ Competitive hourly rates and mileage allowance ▪ Full training to NVQ level. ▪ Flexible hours to suit your needs and paid holidays

Please apply online at www.careuk.com/careers or pop in and meet Jo Kendrick our Area Team Leader on a Monday at The Fishing Boat Public House in East Runton between 11 am and 12 noon or call Amanda Gilgil on 07501224345 or submit your C.V to: amanda.gilgil@careuk.com All appointments are subject to full enhanced disclosure. Care UK is an equal opportunity employer.

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Bodham Horticultural Show Entries down but profits up – another wonderful show Harry Bruford reports on the popular annual show

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he Show was another success despite entries being down from 263 in 2011 to 207 this year. The judges were impressed with the high quality of all the exhibits considering the wet weather during the growing season. The very wet season resulted in no Tomatoes or Gladioli being entered for the show. The Horticultural Show raised £428, up on £400 raised in 2011. The money will go to Bodham good causes together with funds raised by Bodham Big Weekend and Rock Bodham. The improved income was due to generous sponsorship from local businesses and support from parishioners and visitors - hoping for your support in 2013. CUP WINNERS: Billy Cooper Memorial Cup (Best in Show)

Winston Smith (Dahlias) Daphne Wright Memorial Shield (Best Pot Plant) Elsie Wesson Harry Bruford Trophy (Best in Flowers) Winston Smith Tracy Toyn Trophy (Best in Fruit and Veg) Bob Morgan Elsie Wesson Cup (Best Tomatoes) Not Awarded Granville Wright Memorial Shield (Best Dahlias) Winston Smith G. Wright Rose Bowl (Best Rose) Brenda Alexander Simon Burton-Pye Trophy (Best Gladioli) Not Awarded Red Hart Shield (Best Floral Display) Mary Cubbitt H.H. Wright Plate (Best Potatoes) Winston Smith Bodham Stores Shield (Best Embroidery) Madeline Prince The Bodham Shield (Best Collection of Veg) Karen Wright J. McNeil Wilson Shield (Best in Domestic) Brenda Alexander Betty Earnshaw Memorial Cup (Best in Handicrafts) Helen Bruford Ted Prince Tankard (Most Points in Show) Madeline Prince Bill Cubbit Memorial Shield (Best Soft Fruit) Mary Cubbitt Helen Bruford Cup (Most points in children’s classes) Paige Godfrey Bodham Youth Cup (Vegetabnle Monster) Paige Godfrey Thank you to everyone who helped to make this show such a success. Special thanks go to Tracy Toyn, without her help, knowledge and hard work it would be much more difficult to continue.

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Heather Paterson receives one of many cards and gifts at her farewell

Heather ‘packs away the chalk’ for the last time

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uxton Primary School said farewell to Teacher Heather Paterson at the end of term on Wednesday 18th July when she ‘packed away the chalk’ for the last time; Heather has been educating Buxton’s youngsters for more than 20 years. “This school and the wonderful children have been such a big part of my life for so long,” said Mrs Paterson at the special assembly held to mark the occasion. The children sang songs, signed a card, presented a number of gifts and the older children recalled many memories of Mrs Paterson’s time at the school. They were also joined by former headteachers and staff members, governors, Heather’s family and many of the pupil’s parents. Heather recalled times when the school was smaller than today and also much bigger when children from RAF families came to the school. The celebration of Heather’s career concluded with a cream tea. In her speech during the celebration Headteacher Deborah Leahy said “Heather will always be remembered in our school with such affection. She has given many children a happy and secure first year in school, been an inspiration and support to new staff, and a wonderful friend and colleague to me personally, and we all wish her much joy.”

Crabline Book Review

East Anglian Coast By David Brandon

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ISBN 978-1-84868-256-6 Amberly Publishing www.amberley-books.com 128pp 235 x 165 mm £12.99

his book covers the East Anglian coast from the vicinity of Kings Lynn to Burnham on Crouch. It is not, as the introduction states clearly, a guide book. It is however an interesting and informative, perhaps idiosyncratic, journey along the coast, guided by the author David Brandon. Along the way he captures the essence of this coast as he describes not just the land and coast but points out items of historical interest, the industries, local heroes and villains, myths, legends and notable buildings and deliberately gives the reader the opportunity to make their own discoveries.

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David Brandon is not a East Anglian born and bred but has come to know the area well; it might explain the lack of maps, useful to those not so well acquainted with the area, in this entertaining and very readable book. The author writes with an engaging blend of humour, succinct description and great affectionate for his chosen subject, the understated beauty and character of this part of Britain’s east coast. This is a great ‘starter’ for exploring the diversity, beauty and history of the East Anglian Coast.

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In the Heart of Poppyland

GARDEN FETE The Garden House

S I D E S T R A N D SATURDAY 18th AUGUST 12.00 NOON TOMBOLA, RAFFLE, STALLS, GAMES EXHIBITION IN THE CHURCH (opposite) Lace Making Display Demonstration Hog Roast - Cream Teas Free Parking at Sidestrand Hall School In aid of Sidestrand Church Village Funds Norfolk Community Law Services

Cherry and Almond Cake Cherry cakes are one of the most popular made by the baking experts, the WI. This one is bound to be a hit on any cake stall or at any fund raising Tea. Makes 8 - 10 slices. Ingredients 200g butter, softened 200g golden caster sugar 4 eggs ½ tsp almond extract 175g self-raising flour 85g ground almonds ½ tsp baking powder 300g glacé cherries 100ml milk 2 tbsp flaked almonds

Method Heat oven to 160C/140C fan/gas 3. Line the base and sides of a 20cm deep cake tin. Beat together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, then beat in the eggs, one by one. Fold in the almond extract, flour, ground almonds and baking powder, followed by the cherries and milk. Scrape into the prepared tin, scatter over the flaked almonds, then bake for 1 hr-1 hr 15 mins. Cool the cake in its tin before serving.

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Carry large cakes in cake tins. Put the cake on the lid and cover with the rest of the tin, rather than the usual way round - this will make it easier to lift out. Slice cakes at the stand, so they don't dry out. Take cling film and greaseproof paper with you to wrap slices, plus a couple of knives. Tape a list of ingredients to each cake tin. Cherries If you use cherries whole, they will end up at the bottom of your cake. If you want them scattered through the sponge, try quartering or chopping them.

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Bure Navigation Conservation Trust

NEWS Aylsham Evening WI present embroidery to Town Members of Aylsham Evening WI have marked their 90th anniversary by creating an embroidery of a map depicting the Aylsham Navigation, linking their celebration with BNCTs commemorations of the closure of the waterway 100 years ago. Eileen Springall, Chair of Aylsham Town Council, received the emboidery at a ceremony held in the Town Hall on 2 August.

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Richard Fox Reflexology Member of the Association of Reflexologists Coltishall, Cromer, Aylsham, North Walsham Tel: 077 9469 1645 www.fox4health.co.uk

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with PC Lorna Law

Happy Summer Holiday Everyone! A Lifeguard watches over the beach at Sheringham - can you see where its safe to swim?

Children should always go in the sea with an adult. Airbeds, inner tubes & other floatation devices can easily be carried or blown into deep water and may not keep you afloat.

Beware of the sun. Sun reflecting off the water or off sand can intensify the burning sun rays. You might not feel sunburned when the water feels cool and refreshing but the pain will catch you later. Remember to reapply sunscreen frequently and cover up much of the time. Don’t forget your hat and UV protection sunglasses. Drink plenty of fluids!

Water safety from the coast Holiday season is my favourite time of the year. The coast is packed with holiday makers and local people enjoying the sunshine at the beach.

Water safety When the weather is hot there is no better way to cool off and have fun than a dip in water. But you must be aware of the dangers of water. At the beach Special flags and notices may warn you of danger, know what the signs mean and do what they tell you. A Red flag means it is unsafe to be in the water. Never play in the water when a red flag is flying. A red and yellow flag means Lifeguard on patrol. The safest place to swim or play is between the flags. Black and white flags. No swimming between these flags. The area is used by surfers and windsurfers.

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If you don’t know the river or lake very well don’t jump straight in, there may be obstacles or dangers you can’t see beneath the surface. Always check with other people swimming in the area. Never fool around or run beside water you might fall in. Follow the safety advice and have a great summer.

The sea isn’t the only place water is dangerous. Remember swimming in a river, lake, canal or the sea is different from swimming in a pool. Never swim alone. All moving water has under currents, which are dangerous to even the Bye for now strongest swimmer. Lorna Law If you find yourself caught in a current, don’t panic and don’t fight PC Lorna Law

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the current. Try to swim parallel to the shore until you are able to get out of the current, which is usually a narrow channel of water. Gradually try to make your way back to shore as you do so. If you’re unable to swim away from the current stay calm and float with the current. The current will usually slow down then you can swim back to shore. Even a strong swimmer who tries to swim against a strong current will soon get worn out. Beware of undercurrent dragging you under. Swim backstroke to bring your legs to the surface of the water.

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© Elva Gledhill 2012

A Polar Bear walked into a fish and chip shop and said. “Mushy peas and....................................................... ............................................................. ......Cod and chips please.” The fish fryer said “ Certainly but why the big pause? The bear looked puzzled and said “I don’t know, I’ve always had them.”


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C.A.S Travel are delighted to announce the arrival of their new BUREAU DE CHANGE at Cromer

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ll C.A.S. Travel offices, at Sheringham, Aylsham and now Cromer, offer a full travel service; not only can you book your holiday and travel arrangements but also order your spending money too! With fantastic rates of exchange, instant availability for the most popular currencies and 0% commission, C.A.S. are hard to beat! In addition to the new foreign exchange facility, the Cromer office also has a new member of staff, Sarah Coleman. A familiar face in and around Cromer, Sarah’s arrival provides the friendly, professional team at Cromer with even greater Sarah experience in the travel industry. She is looking forward to ensuring you find the holiday that meets your requirements. The Cromer team of Christina, Amy, Jo, and Sian, are delighted to welcome her. C.A.S. Travel are also delighted to announce the launch of their new

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website www.castravel.co.uk which offers: a complete cruise search, late deals including offers from Norwich, door to door holidays and more. Why not have a look at the new site and register your email address on the front page to receive details of offers from Norwich airport, bargain cruises, and latest information relevant to our area? You won’t be bombard with emails just details of fantastic deals from your local airport and selected holidays that fit your preferences. C.A.S. Travel are a fully independent travel agency, and offer a huge range of holidays from all ABTA and ATOL bonded companies, as well as packaging-up holidays independently under the new ATOL scheme. Being independent means you will receive impartial and unbiased advice from our team not under pressure to sell holidays from a parent company. Do you know who owns Christina some of the major high

Offering the full range of services, from flights, holidays and cruises, to UK breaks, coach holidays, insurance, overnight airport hotels, currency and more, C.A.S. are your one stop travel shop. Why not pop into the Cromer office in Tucker Street today and enjoy a coffee as the team find the holiday perfectly matched to your requirements.

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It’s here - better than ever! Entry prices to the Carnival field across he Cromer Carnival kicked off its the week remain the same for the fifth 2012 programme back in June year running. On Tuesday 14 August with the Carnival Clay Pigeon entry is £3 for Adults with free entry for Shoot, gathered further momentum in children under 16 who are accompanied July with the Darts Tournaments and for by an adult. On Wednesday 15 August the past two weeks the Children’s the admission prices are Adults £5, Weeks have provided a fun packed Senior Citizens £3, Children £2 or family programme attracting bumper crowds. ticket £12 (2 adults + 2 children). The Carnival, now in its 43rd year, sees a fantastic programme of over 120 On Thursday evening the spectacular events and activities. The programme Grand Carnival Firework Display will promises something for everyone at the take place at 9.15pm (approx.) after the height of the summer holidays. Bolddog Lings FMX Team Carnival Party on the Lawns during the On the eve of Carnival Week there is day followed by the Illuminated Parade at no doubt the atmosphere is building for 8.30pm which leads people from Cromer the main events which start on Saturday with a Motorbike Extravaganza, Carnival Car time the Bagshott Concert Band who will be to the Carnival field to watch the fireworks. Boot Sale, Craft Fair, Beer Festival and events in with us on Saturday and Sunday”. the arena on the Carnival field on Runton Road. The entertainment continues well into the evening across the week from Family Night to the Carnival Band Concert and the Grand Firework display to live bands at the Carnival Field and in pubs across the town.

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Tuesday 14 August sees the Carnival Family Fun day on the Carnival field with events in the arena including The Imps Motorcycle Display team, Cascade Kite displays and The East Anglian Working Newfoundland Dogs. Across the field there will be craft activities, circus workshops, drumming workshops, the 999 show plus much, much more.

The Crowning of Miss Cromer, Elsie Yiasimi, on Sunday 12 August, at Cromer Pier Forecourt by Jimmy Cricket, who plays the Pavilion Theatre on Monday 13 August, is the formal start of Carnival Week. Many ‘Carnival favourites’ return this year with the Bonny Baby Competition, Knobbly Knees Contest, Glamorous Grandmother Competition, Waiter and Waitresses Race, Family Fun Day. The fabulous Red Arrows will be performing their world-famous displays above Cromer on Carnival day itself, Wednesday 15 August, at 3pm before the evening parade begins at 7pm. Tony Shipp, Chairman of Cromer Carnival said “There’s lots to look forward to. I am delighted that the Red Arrows are returning on Carnival Day and we welcome to Cromer for the first

Carnival Day on Wednesday 15 August begins at 10am in Cromer Town with the Jefferson Mandolins playing at Henry Blogg Gardens before moving to the Carnival field with a packed day of events and activities in and around the arena. Highlights include The Devil’s Horsemen Wild West Display, Ben Potter’s Bird of Prey Display, Bolddog Lings FMX Team and Elaine Hill’s Sheepdog Display. The Grand Carnival Parade begins at 7pm from the Carnival Field before it snakes through the town. Chairman Tony Shipp said “I have had requests for entry forms to the parade coming in since the beginning of the year”.

Once again there is no charge for admission to the field to watch the fireworks however the collectors will be about with buckets collecting donations to ensure these events continue. On Friday 17 August the Pavilion Theatre will host the ever-popular Children’s Talent Competition at 9.15am for the preliminary heats. All entries for this must be made by Tuesday 14 August and application forms can be collected from Cromer Shopping Centre. Later on Friday evening Cromer will be awash with hundreds of people in fancy dress making their way to the Carnival Fancy Dress Dance in the Carnival marquee. Always a sight to be seen, the town centre will be full of people in elaborate and fun costumes before they snake their way to the carnival field for the ever-competitive judging at 9pm. Tickets for the Fancy Dress Dance go on sale on Saturday 4 Continued on page 13

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take part in. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the Carnival this year, it’s a great day out for all the family, in a beautiful seaside location.” The Carnival, run by a team of volunteers, would like to thank the many helpers, sponsors and supporters who make the Carnival possible. Across the week carnival helpers will be out and about with collecting buckets, so if you’ve enjoyed yourself please give as generously as you can. Last year the Carnival gave away £4,000 to a number of local charities and organisations. For the full programme of events pick up a Carnival Programme which is available in many shops and attractions around Cromer or visit the website: www.cromercarnival.co.uk FireWire headline on the Carnival Field after the Grand Parade Gerald Naprous Wild West Display

August at 9am from Crossways Tobacconists in Cromer on a first-come, first served basis. The Carnival have announced that extra train services will run between Norwich and Cromer on Carnival Day with an additional, special shuttle train service operating between Cromer and Sheringham. Please check train timetables online for more details. Carnival organisers said “the Children’s Weeks have ensured the Carnival atmosphere has developed in Cromer. There are so many events taking place this year with something for everyone to enjoy and

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arlier this month children from Northrepps Primary School visited London - a truly amazing experience which included seeing all the famous London sights and the newly completed Olympic Park.

The children agreed they had an 'awesome time' and particularly enjoyed their cruise along the River Thames when they were able to see Tower Bridge raised and lowered to allow a tall barge to pass through. Then witness the Olympic rings descend too! Riding the Docklands Light Railway from Pudding Mill Lane Station, with its great views of the Orbit and Olympic Stadium, meeting 'Dippy the Dinosaur' at the Natural History Museum, riding the London Eye and having a private tour of the Houses of Parliament with our MP Norman Lamb and his Secretary Ruth Gripper was a fantastic introduction to our capital and a real contrast to life in rural North Norfolk. A truly memorable experience which the children can now revisit each time London appears on their TV screens!

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North Norfolk Pride Beach Chill-Out at Cromer

Trifire perform at the Pride Beach Chill Out

North Norfolk Photographic Society The North Norfolk Photographic Society celebrated another successful year with their Annual Exhibition in Holt at the end of July. Included officially this year as part of the Holt Festival Fringe, the event drew around 300 visitors - and sold around twice as many raffle tickets as were sold during the previous year’s show! One of the features of the Society’s Exhibition is to invite visitors to vote for their favourite photograph. The result is the stunning print from Judy Knights, LRPS, entitled Winter Morning at Felbrigg Lake. This will be the prize in next year’s raffle. The raffle winner this year was a visitor and their prize has been posted. Another feature of the Exhibition - for Club Members and their guests is an informal gathering after the public show ends, when distinguished judges comment on the images (criticism always being a constructive process) and pick a ‘best in show’ from the photographs displayed. The judges this year were a well known Norfolk double act, David Hennessey and Alan Livingstone from Kings Lynn. They selected a portrait by John Cucksey, ARPS, titled ‘Sammy the Driver’; a handsome portrait of an African driver on safari. North Norfolk Photographic Society meets on alternate Wednesdays at the Loades Hall - behind Holt Methodist Church. Visitors are most welcome. Further information can be found either from http://www.nnphotosoc.org, or Secretary Judy Knights on 01263 825418.

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espite being interrupted by a heavy thunder shower and competing with the Olympics, the event was a success drawing a crowd of at least 150 supporters to the public BBQ Beach in Cromer. With an orderly retreat to the Red Lion Hotel when the rain started, activities and entertainment continued well into the evening with many passers-by stopping to watch the pyrotechnics act performed by Norwich based Trifire, in the Cllr Keith Johnson rain, on the beach. Leader of the North Norfolk District Council, Cllr Keith Johnson, opened the celebrations and commented that “North Norfolk Pride is an important celebration”. In his opening address the Chairman of North Norfolk Pride, Pieter Wessels, said “This is our celebration of the wonderful diversity that is the human condition. As organisers we hope that it will be a chance for you to turn to someone you don't yet know and say – that was fun, lets do it again!” Cromer Town Council also showed their support on this special day by flying the rainbow flag from their recently restored flag-pole. Cllr Scott Eastwood commented that he was particularly pleased that the Town Council could support the event in this way. North Norfolk Pride is open to anyone who identifies as Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual or Trans (LGBT) or is a friend, family or supporter of LGBT people and who lives, works or identifies with the North Norfolk area. North Norfolk Pride exists to promote and celebrate the lives, aspirations and creativity of LGBT people in North Norfolk and to overcome any kind of intolerance or prejudice. NNP meet formally at least once a month, usually the first Tuesday of the month, at various locations, with regular socials at the Red Lion Hotel/Pub in Cromer on all other Tuesday evenings. More information is available from our web-site (www.northnorfolkpride.org.uk), or on Facebook.

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rimingham Slimmers Wild are not a group of dieticians, just like-minded people who want to eat healthily and lose some weight. TSW has been established for over 11 years. We meet on Tuesdays at 1.30pm at The Pilgrim’s Shelter Trimingham. At each meeting we are all weighed and there is a talk about weight management. We all work to support each other, passing on tips and recipes while enjoying a cup to tea or coffee. TSW support various charities and any money left over from our weekly fee of £1.50 is donated to our charities. This year we are supporting the Air Ambulance. Each year we arrange two visits; this summer it is Fairhaven Gardens, to include a walk, picnic and boat trip. In January we meet for lunch and hold our AGM. Often our Life President Norman Lamb MP joins us and speaks about his work, particularly in support of local issues. If you are interested in joining please contact Valerie Taylor 01263 579797

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been wrongly listed in previous editions. To make amends (and hopefully avoid the combined wrath of these ladies) here are the full details and the correct date for the event:

Mundesley and District Royal British Legion Women's Section Invite you to a Traditional Afternoon Tea to celebrate their 85th Anniversary on 15th August 2012 3pm to 5 pm Coronation Hall, Cromer Road , Mundesley. The cost for Afternoon Tea is £5, consisting of: Sandwiches, Scones, Cakes & Tea/Coffee There will also be a ‘Tin Bowler’ and Raffle.

Jubilee Service for Norman Lamb

O And now Ladies and Gentlemen The fantastic finale to mr h mouse’s magic, which began on page 8.

n Wednesday 25th July 2012 North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb joined Staff and Service Users at Age UK North Norfolk’s Day Centre as part of the Government’s Jubilee Hour campaign, which aims to recognise the Queen’s 60 years of public service, by encouraging MP’s to undertake at least 60 minutes of volunteering or an act of goodwill. He helped to serve lunch at the Day Centre, and spent time talking to Service Users afterwards. Age UK North Norfolk’s Day Centre is based in Sheringham, and offers high quality care, delicious home cooked meals, plus bathing and daily activities. Reasonable rates are charged for a half or full day, just a bath, or lunch only.

Erratum - Age UK Crabline Issue 250 The last paragraph of the article on planning for an emergency in Issue 250 was incomplete. Here is the paragraph reprinted in full:

In Case of Emergency (ICE) Emergency services will look in your mobile phone contact list for emergency contacts. Start each entry with ICE and then add the name and number of the person you want contacted. You can add multiple entries by naming them ICE1, ICE2, etc. Please pass ICE information to all age groups. We can have an emergency situation whatever age we are.

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What, where and when Aylsham Bridge Club 7pm Fri 768742 Country Market each Friday 8.50-noon Cricket Club indoor Sun 3-5pm all ages & standards 510102 Evening WI 7.30pm 1st Thurs Town Hall. Exercise with Sally Free taster session 01603 432487. Extend Over 60’s Exercise Fridays Jubilee Family Centre 01692 407851 Farmers Market 9am-1pm 1st & 3rd Sat Market Place F.I.T. group 2nd & 4th Weds pm of month 731177 Flower Club 2nd Wed of mth 7.30pm . NEW VENUE from Jun ACT Community Centre NR11 6YA 01603 279274 Fitness Yoga/Pilates Tues & Thurs Friendship Hall 01692 538569 Gym Club Fri 5pm High School 576609 Lammas KC Lodge ROAB Tues 8.15pm Sutton School Of Dance, Mill Row. Monday Stall Parish Church 8.30-noon RBL (Womens) 1st Monday of month, ExService club or Salvation Army, Hungate Street, 734091 N.N. Speakers Club 7pm alt. Weds. High School. Lynne Goddard 01692 402662. Scalextric Club Presto Park Weds 7.15 9.45 pm. 01603 754319 Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Pegg’s Yard Yoga Tues 7.30pm Quaker Meeting House Peggs Yard. 732426

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Parkinson’s Disease Soc. 10.30am 2nd Wed of month St John Hall, Bond St. R.E.M.E. 2pm 1st Tues The Cottage, t: 513313 RBL 7.30pm 1st Wed The Cottage Women’s Section 2.30pm 1st Thurs Royal Naval Assoc. 1st Friday 7.45pm (Summer) 12.30pm (Winter) Halsey House. Sea Scouts Overstrand Rd t: 512871 ROAB Wed 8.15pm The Cottage. Singing Group Thurs 10.30am. The Community Centre. t: 570117. Slimming & Support Club Thurs 9.30am St. John’s Hall, t: John Barker 834852 St John Ambulance Adults Tues 7.30pm Cadets Tues 5.45pm St John Hall Bond St Sea Scouts Overstrand Rd info 512871 Taekwondo Sports Centre. t: 711824 W.I. 2nd Thurs 2.30 pm,Garden St. Yoga Friday 0930-1100. WI Hall, Garden St 768649 pia.shell@gmail.com

Hayley Staniforth-Room walshamwritersgroup@gmail.com, or 07796498441. Overstrand Coffee Morning and Heritage Viewing, Methodist Church Every Thursday 10:00 Gardening Club 2.30pm 1st Tues. Parish Hall t: 576437 Carpet Bowls 2.30pm Thurs. Parish Hall t: 833369 Strand Club 2nd Weds 2.30pm Methodist Church t: 578250 W.I. 3rd Wed 7.30pm Parish Hall t: 834242

Sheringham Alcoholics Anonymous Sun 3pm. St Josephs Church Beetle Drive 3rd Tues 7.30 pm. St. Josephs Church Bridge The Morley Duplicate pairs Thurs 7pm Beginners Fri 2pm t: 822087 CAB. YESU,Thurs 10-2pm t: 01692 402570 Holt Chess Club Chess played at the Morley CAB YESU Centre 10:.00am to 3.00pm Club every Friday at 7.30pm. Peter 823814 alterrnate Thursdays 713753 Country Market 1st & 3rd Thurs. St John Hall Mundesley Evening W.I. 2nd Mon. St. Josephs Church Bowls Pavilion Bingo: Sun 7.30pm, Whist Hall, t: 823889 for info. Drive: Tues, Wed & Fri 1.45pm t: 721815 Fit Together-Tone Together Weds 9Carpet Bowls Mon 1.30pm Coronation Hall 10am, with Wyn Nurse Community Centre, t: 721416 t: 07826 869377 Community Choir Tues 7.30pm Methodist Fledgling music group for children Church t: 01692 404266 4mths - 4 years. 09.30, 10.30 & 11.30. Baby Film Club 2nd Tues of month 7.30pm. music 3 yrs up 1.20 pm. FREE taster Cromer Coronation Hall 07500221121 Age Concern Fri 10am The Cottage. Flower Club 2nd Weds of month 2pm Flower Club 1st Thurs 7.30pm Woodfields Aqua Therapy Classes Mon 11-12 Wed Coronation Hall School t: 837397 7-8pm Country Club t: 501914 Free Church Sun Services11am, 6.30pm Gingerbread Fri pm Friends Meeting House Air Training Corps. 7pm Mon & Thurs, Library Mon:10-1pm,Tues 2-5.30pm Fri 10- t: 0785 9364 702 High School t: 515452 1pm & 2-6.30pm, Sat 10-1pm t: 720702 Harry Upcher Lodge ROAB Mon 8.15pm. Baptist Church Sun10.45am & 6.30pm Luncheon Club over 60’s & disabled. Mon Tyneside Club, Station Rd Coffee Morning 10451st and 3rd Sat of & Thurs 12-2pm Free Church t :721984 Hearing Aid Clinic 10-12pm 1st Mon. Age month 576524 MADRA 07734 689978 Concern, Cremer St. Free advice. Bingo 7pm Sunday Football club Methodist Church Sunday worship Just William’s Dancing for all Wed 8Bridge Club (Duplicate) Mon 7pm t: 10.30am 11pm Social Club t:720069 mob 07780 83 822778 Pebbles Pre-School & Day Care t: 724600 8733 C.A.B. Appointments: 01692 405847 Quiz Night Tues 8.30pm Conservative Ladies Fellowship 7.30pm 2nd Tues Chesterfield Hall Cabbell Rd Mon 10am Club. All welcome Salvation Army. Parent & Toddlers Sun 11.45am Family Service RBL 4th Weds Haig Club. t: 722238 MS meetings 7-9pm 1st & 3rd Weds. Robin & Children’s Club RBL Womens section 3rd Weds 1.45pm Hood Pub, t: 823392 Christian Fellowship Sun 10.30am Top of Coronation Hall t: 721021 Morris Dancing. Oddfellows Hall. Weds Norwich Road t: 838180 Scrabble Club Fridays t: 720659 7.30pm t: 837693 Cromer Chamber Orchestra 7pm Mons. Tai Chi Weds 10.30am Church Rooms t: N.N. Green Party 7.30pm 1st Friday (term time) High school t: 511600 720551 Burlington Hotel. All welcome. Cromer Forum 1st Tues 7.30pm Methodist W.I. 2nd Mon 7pm Church Rooms t: www.northnorfolk.greenparty.org.uk. Church New Hall t: 515138 834368 N.Norfolk Model Group 8pm last Fri. St Cromer Sequence Dance Club every John’s Hall t: 514059 Monday 8:00pm to 10:30pm East Runton North Walsham Old Shannocks 2.15pm last Wed Village Hall 01692 403071 Animal Magic Dog Club training & fun Community Rooms. Diabetes UK 4th Thurs (except December) with your dog. t: Kathy 720730 Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Cremer St. 7.30pm Methodist Church Hall Cromer t: Bipolar Self Help Group 7pm 3rd Weds R.AF.A. 4th Tues of month. t: 837229 01692 405492 Saddlers Shop t: 0854 4349872 Saturday Super Sale First Sat 9-11am. Elderberries Badminton & Short Mat Bowls Charity Bingo Weds 8pm Community Salvation Army Hall, Cremer St. 3-5pm Mon & Fri. t: 519030 Centre. t: 01692 407214 Sheringham Singers ~ Val Crowe Tues Flower Club 7.30pm 3rd Mon Junior School. Chess Club 7.30 Mondays Orchard Garden 2.30 pm. Friends Meeting Hse, - t: 825149 t: 513408 Pub. All abilities welcome. t: 01692 404649 Sheringham Voyager 2pm 1st & 3rd Extend exercise for over 60’s Tues 2.30pm , Extend Over 60’s Exercise Mondays: Thurs. Community Centre. t: 01692 St. Martin’s Church Hall, Mill Rd. t:768159 Methodist Church Hall t: 01692 407851 500550 Folk Dance Club 7.30-9.30pm Tues. Hockey Club Under 11s. Fri 5-6pm Sports Community Hall t: 578224 Centre t: 01692 404624 The Runtons Garden Society 7.30pm 3rd Thurs Lions Club 7.30pm 1st Mon of month. Book Sale West Runton Church Hall Methodist Church Hall t: 511211 Community Centre. t: 01692 400702 Saturdays 10.00am to 12.00noon 7 Jul then Guiding in Cromer. Rainbows (age 5-7), Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Meeting fortnightly. Free tea and coffee Brownies (age 7-11) Guides (age 10+) HQ House, Mundesley Rd. near Swafield. Bingo 7.30pm Sun & Mon Bernie’s Social Overstrand Road. T 01263 514482 Reading 4 U 3rd Weds 9.45am St. John’s Club E.Runton t: 834965 Hockey Club Mondays u16s & u13s 6.30pm Hall, t: 768164 Philatelic Society 2nd Mon of month Adults 7.15pm Sports Centre Speakers Club alt. Weds 7.00-9.15, High 7.30pm W.Runton Church Hall. Korean Martial Arts t: 07765 282981 School. T: Brian 01328 830402 Gerry 579529 Lip reading classes Thurs 10 - 12noon The Wheel of Light 1st Thurs 7.30pm Probus Club 12.30pm 1st Tues. Links Hotel Methodist Church Rooms. t: 0344 8008002. Orchard Gdns Pub, t: 721484 t: 833366 N & N Assoc.for Blind 9.30-1pm Tues Weavers Morris Dancers Weds 7:45. St Rotary Club Weds 6pm except any 5th Merchants Place. Nicholas Rooms (Behind Church), Beginners Weds Dormy House W.Runton, t: 578194 N.N. Mencap Soc. Thurs 1pm Merchants welcome t: 512988 Sequence Dancing Mon 8 - 10.30pm East Place. t: 578116 Walsham Writers' Group Every second Runton Village Hall. t: 01692 403071 Thurs North Walsham Sports Centre, 7-9pm. W. 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W.I. 2.15pm 2nd Wed W.Runton Church Hall Trimingham Coffee morning 3rd Weds 10.30am Crib Session. Pilgrim Shelter Wed 1.45. £1.50 per person including refreshments. Not 2nd Wed. “Pen’s People” Writers Weds 12-2pm t: John Barker on 834852 Poppyland Club (Ladies) 2nd Weds 2.30pm Whist Drive Thurs 1.45pm. Pilgrim Shelter. £1.50 per person including refreshments and raffle. Slimming Club : Tues 1:30pm at the Pilgrim Shelter. t: 01263 579797 Also: Aldeborough Fledgling music group for children 4mths to 4years. Thurs 09:30. Free taster call Lorna 07500221121 Antingham & Southrepps Playgroup t: 834148 Banningham Greenfingers Gardening Club 7.30pm 1st Thurs Jubilee Hall, Banningham. t: 761620 / 768004 Felbrigg Bingo 7.30pm 4th Fri Village Hall Gimingham Prize Bingo 7.30pm 1st & 3rd Fri Gimingham Village Hall High Kelling Nth Norfolk Model Engineering Club 1st Fri 7.30pm High Kelling Social Centre Knapton Ladies Club 3rd Mon 7.30pm. Village Hall t:720908. 1st Tues Women’s Own Methodist Church t: 721439 Muckleborough North Norfolk Amateur Radio Group Wed & Thur 10.00am to 4.00pm t: 821936 Norfolk Submariners 1st Wed 12noon Kings Head, Horsham St Faith t: 511758 Northrepps Extend exercise for over 60’s Mon 2.30pm Northrepps Village Hall. t:768159 Gym Club Thurs 5-8pm Northrepps Village Hall t: 576609 Pre-School. Mon-Fri 8.30 – 3.30pm Hot lunches. t: 579396 R.B.L.1st Mon 7.30pm Northrepps Cottage t: 579633 Roughton Bingo 7.30pm 2nd Fri excl. Aug. St Mary’s School Roughton t: 512996. Bingo 3rd Friday 7.30pm Roughton Village Hall Crazee Kidz Club 7pm. 2nd & 4th Fri. term time. Roughton Village Hall 7-16yrs. t:768138 Under 5’s Playgroup. t: 07553 456083 Seniors Swimming Club Mon & Weds am, Fri pm Greshams Swimming Pool, Holt. t: 711123 Souhrepps MS Group Mon 10 - 2pm Southrepps Village Hall t: 823392 Suffield Park Bowls Club. Whist Drives Tues 2.15pm. Cash or Prize Bingo Fri twice monthly 7.30pm. Bar Raffle. Trunch Bumbles Pre-school t:01263 720931 Upper Sheringham Cromer & Sheringham Brass Rehearse 8pm Thurs Upper Sheringham Village Hall t: 588654 Cromer Air Rifle Club 9am -noon Sun. Near Sheringham. t: 570223 Weybourne Folk Club, The Ship, 3.00 to 6.00pm 3rd Sunday of the month. All welcome Worstead Fledgling music group for children 4mths to 4years. Thurs 11:30. Free taster call Lorna 07500221121

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5:00pm. Traditional Afternoon Tea of sandwiches, scones cakes tea or coffee. £5 Also Tin Bowler and Raffle

Thursday 16th

AUGUST Saturday 11th Area Art Festival Exhibition & Sale + Craft Demonstrations. Mundesley All Saints' Church 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. Refreshments & Light lunches available. Ample Car parking on site. Aylmerton Fete & Horticultural Show. 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Tombola, Raffles, cakes, games, Books, Bric-a-Brac, Nearly New Clothing and much more. Families 50p, adults 20p, children 10p. Proceeds to Village Hall Funds. Coffee Morning, with stalls!. Friends Meeting House, Cremer Street, Sheringham 09:30 until 11:30am. Why not take a break from shopping and come along for ‘Fairtrade’ coffee, tea and cakes, Stalls also available, with local produce and crafts. Fund raising in aid of Practical Action and Working for Peace in Palestine.

Tuesday 14th - 1st October Art and Sculpture Exhibition. Blickling Hall Hobart Gallery 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. Local artists: Oil, watercolour and acrylic paintings, sculptures, glass buttons and beads. FREE entry. Contact Anna 01263 722825.

Thursday 23rd Weybourne Folk Weekend. Folk Groups, Singarounds, Ceilidh in Village Hall, Morris dancers, Punch & Judy, fringe events. Contact Tony Bayliss 01263 588781 or 07518 735

Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group. Methodist Church Hall Cromer 7:30 pm. Change to published speaker. Now Nick Howsam Chiropodist and Podiatrist. Information Jackie or David 01692 405492

Saturday 18th to Monday 27th

Saturday 25th

Royal Photographic Society East Anglian Members Print Exhibition. Church Rooms Cromer Road, Mundesley Daily 10:00am to 5:00pm. Norfolk Photography Group are pleased to host the exhibition. This the first showing of the 2012 RPS regional exhibition together with a print exhibition from the Monochrome and Nature sections of the Norfolk Photography Group. Over 200 images, wide range of styles, landscape to sport to creative and contemporary. Free Entry, free parking. Refreshments available. Information www.rps.org and wwww.norfolkphotographygroup.org

Art, crafts and local food & drink producers at Blakeney Village Hall 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Free entry. For more details call Karen on 01263 588001 or e-mail karen.wr@hotmail.co.uk

Friday 17th to Sunday 19th

Saturday 18th

Tuesday 14th Quiz Night (Teams of 4). Trimingham House Caravan Park 7:30 for 8:00pm. £1 per person. Contact Liz 01263 834965 Mundesley Village Cinema. Coronation Hall, Cromer Road, Mundesley NR11 8BE. Hugo (U) 7:30pm. Oscar winning magical story of a boy, Hugo, who live in a Paris railway station. Described as “ A visual marvel, with dream-like execution”. Directed by Martin Scorsese. 126 mins. Tickets on the door: Adults £4, Members £3, under 15s with accompanying adult £2. Doors open 30 min before performance when refreshments served. www.mundesley.org/film

Mundesley Village Cinema. Coronation Hall, Cromer Road, Mundesley NR11 8BE 10:30am. The Muppets (U). The Muppets must reunite to save their old theatre from a greedy oil tycoon. Described as “Heroically unfashionable as it is deliriously entertaining”. 103 mins. Tickets on the door: Adults £4, Members £3, under 15s with accompanying adult £2. Doors open 30 min before performance when refreshments served. www.mundesley.org/film High Tea at Beacon Farm. 4.00pm onwards, with games. Contact Liz 01263 833965

Sunday 19th

Wednesday 15th Fledgling Music - Summer Extravaganza. Upper Sheringham Village Hall 11:30. Fantastic fun interactive music and drama for your ‘Little Flyers’. Children from 4 months to 7 years. Lorna 07500 221121. www.fledglingmusic.co.uk www.facebook.com/fledglingmusic Lunchtime Concert - Tim Patient (Norwich) (organ). Holy Trinity Church West Runton 12:30pm to 1:30 pm. Free admission. Retiring collection. Bring your lunch and enjoy a tea or coffee with us. Car park at Rectory adjoining. Fledgling Music - Summer Extravaganza. The Pavilion, Stimpsons Piece Reepham 2:00pm. Fantastic fun interactive music and drama for your ‘Little Flyers’. Children from 4 months to 7 years. Lorna 07500 221121. www.fledglingmusic.co.uk www.facebook.com/fledglingmusic Mundesley & District Royal British Legion Womens Section 85th Anniversary Celebration Tea. Coronation Hall Mundesley 3:00pm to

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tea or coffee with us. Car park at rectory adjoining. Kids Summer Holiday Disco. East Runton Village Hall 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm. D&R Entertainment providing disco and games. Also face painting and ‘tattoos’. Tuck Shop. CRB checked. £2 per child in aid of East Runton Funday. Booking 01263 511697 or 07734467180 Limited places.

Suffield Hobbies Exhibition. Suffield Village Hall 10:00am until 4:30pm. Includes working steam lorry, live foreign birds, Americania, trucks, Meccano, Lego, RAF Coltishall Model display, vintage watches, Norfolk Bygones, Class 37 OO model trains, film memorabilia, old bottles, diecast models, bobcats. Visiting items throughout the day. Teas and light refreshments. Adults £2, children free. Proceeds to Village Hall funds. Contact G Morris 01263 761567

Wednesday 22nd Fledgling Music - Summer Extravaganza. Upper Sheringham Village Hall 11:30 am. Fantastic fun interactive music and drama for your ‘Little Flyers’. Children from 4 months to 7 years. Lorna 07500 221121. www.fledglingmusic.co.uk www.facebook.com/fledglingmusic Lunchtime Concert - John Stephens (Gt Yarmouth Minster) (organ). Holy Trinity Church West Runton 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. Free admission. Retiring collection. Bring your lunch and enjoy a

Saturday 25th to Monday 27th Elmham Festival. A thoroughly traditional village occasion. The impressive parish church will be packed full of glorious flower arrangements themed on ‘Think of a Number’; music and readings will add to the magical atmosphere. The Primary School hosts the much sought-after local history Memorabilia Exhibition. Stalls of all kinds with refreshments served all day. Outside organs playing on Saturday and Sunday. Free vintage bus rides on Sunday and Monday. Free entry with lots of free parking. In the centre of the village on the B1110 just 5 minutes north of Dereham. See separate entry for the Classical Music Concert on Saturday evening. For more exciting details visit www.elmhamchurchgroupnorfolk.org.uk or call Susanna on 01362 668435.

Sunday 26th Funday. East Runton 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. In aid of E & W Runton and local charities. RAZZ the clown , morris dancers, fancy dress and more. Bar/ refresh's. Car boots and stalls. All enquiries email eastruntonfunday@hotmail.co.uk or tel Sadie 01263511697 North Norfolk Classic Vehicle Show and Summer Fair. Beeston Hall School, Beeston Regis, 12:30 pm to 4:00pm. In aid of Help for Heroes and local charities. Weather permitting there will be a large display and parade of classic vehicles. Other attractions include a Dog Agility Show and performances by ‘Trix and Stix’, Craft Fair, stalls and games, barbecue, beer tent and teas. FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Cars £2, pedestrians free.

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ISSUE 249 WINNERS Catch the Crab: Archie Lake, Hevingham Spot the Cod: Mrs J Clarke, Suffield, Norwich The Crabline would like to thank SPLASH, The Aristocrat Restaurant and Fancy This Fancy That for their sponsorship.

Fulmodeston Market: 10 am to 2.00pm. Dates: NEXT Aug 18th. info@fulmodestonmarket.com Southrepps Farmer’s Market 2nd Sunday in every month 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, Southrepps Village Hall, Crown Loke (off High Street). North Norfolk Food & Drink Festival Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd September 2012 at The Courtyard, Holkham Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Daily. Creake Abbey Farmer’s Market 1st Saturday of Month (except Jan) 9:30 am to 1:00 pm 40+ stalls. Weybourne, Meet the Producers Market The Maltings Coast Rd 10am to 4pm 2nd Sunday of month.

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September Guided Walks Sunday 2 September, 2 – 4pm Lost Hotels of Cromer Discover the sites of Cromer’s lost hotels and hear about their fascinating history with Del Styan. Cost: £4.00, Museums Pass £3.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543. Saturday 15 September, 2 – 4pm Weasenham Barrows The remote heathland of Weasenham Lyngs was once the site of one of East Anglia’s biggest barrow cemeteries. Meet outside Weasenham VC Primary School, School Lane, Weasenham All Saints (grid reference TF 853 214). Cost: £4.00, Museums Pass £3.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543.

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Events for Adults Friday 21 September, 10am – 3pm Hands-on Fossils: A Beginner’s Guide to Fossils Find out how to collect, curate and identify fossils using the museum’s collections. Discover how they came to be preserved and what they can tell us about our geological past. Cost: £15.00, Museums pass £14.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543. Tuesday 11 September, 10.30 – 12noon Mardle at the Museum Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and have a mardle about Cromer past and present. Bring along your photos and memorabilia for us to record and help to identify faces and events from our community archive. Admission Free.

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Sandy Gulls provides a 35 pitch ADULTS ONLY touring park. All www.melbourne-house.co.uk melbourne@btinternet.com Telephone: 01692 500 917 Bacton Road, North Walsham, Norfolk NR 28 0RA

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