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from the editor Well, what a lovely summer it has been and, thankfully, the sun stayed shining for this year’s Aylsham Show. Our front page and page 4 is dedicated to this year’s event.

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Here’s a blast from the past, and there’s more great pictures on page 12 this issue. We featured two long-standing members of the band last issue and that prompted Aylsham heritage Centre to dig out the images for us just ahead of the band’s 90th birthday celebrations. Bet there are few faces you might recognise. We hope all those going back to school and college are settling back into their routine and that they achieved the results they wanted. There’s the exam news from Aylsham High on page 11.


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Sun shines for Aylsham Show The Aylsham Show attracted the crowds again on Bank Holiday Monday proving that the show is still appealing people of all ages. The weather was perfect for this country show but unfortunately due to gusty winds high above the main attractions, two World War One aircraft were unable to take part in the event.



This year’s Aylsham Show Individual Food Hero was announced on the day as HV Graves of Briston. 2018 President Michael Gamble said “The show is a credit to all the volunteers who work throughout the year putting it together. I am very proud to have been a part of it. It is certainly unique and something very special.

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The Book Hive Literary Evenings October 2018 - Aylsham and Norwich

Among the Wolves of Court: The Untold Story of Thomas and George Boleyn “Thomas and George Boleyn – the father and brother of Anne Boleyn and heads of one of the most powerful infamous dynasties in English history. Already key figures in Henry VIII’s court, with the ascent of Anne to the throne in 1533, these two men became the most important players on the Tudor stage, with direct access to royalty, and with it, influence. Both were highly skilled ambassadors and courtiers who negotiated their way through the complex and ruthless game of politics with ease. But when the Queen fell from grace just three years later, it was to have a devastating effect on her family – ultimately costing her brother his life. In this ground-breaking new book, Lauren Mackay reveals this untold story of Tudor England, bringing into the light two pivotal characters whose part in the rise and swift fall of Anne Boleyn has so far remained cloaked in shadow.” Thursday 11th October - 7.00pm start - Aylsham Town Hall £5 per ticket. Ticket price redeemable against book purchase, (one per ticket).

October - Halloween special! The Assembly of the Severed Head Be transported to 13th-century Wales with local hero Hugh Lupton. His masterful new novel The Assembly of the Severed Head tells the story of the making of The Mabinogion – an ancient Welsh myth cycle that is the earliest form of prose literature in Britain and an inspirational part of culture for hundreds of years… If you missed Hugh at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival earlier this year, now is your chance to see his spellbinding performance. To whet your appetite for blood and magic, here’s the blurb for Hugh’s novel… “A small monastic outpost in 13th Century Wales is rocked to its core when a gruesome discovery is made on the nearby shoreline: a severed human head. It’s the first of several to wash up along the surrounding coast, and not long after, the holy brothers stumble across the smouldering ruins of a bardic school with a pile of decapitated bodies inside. Only one survivor, barely alive, is found hiding nearby. He is Cian Brydydd Mawr, the greatest bard of his age, who holds in his head the four ‘branches’ of an ancient, epic Welsh myth cycle: The Mabinogion. Physically weak but strong willed, he asks the monks to put aside their rigid Christian doctrine and commit his tales (which they see as pagan relics) to parchment. It takes the intervention of a king to persuade them. And as the old poet tells his tales of spirits and shape-shifters, spells and curses, passion and vengeance, no-one in his audience will ever be the same again.” Hugh will perform selected sections of his story, and discuss his book on stage. £5 a ticket. Redeemable against book purchase. (one per ticket) Wednesday 31st October - 7:00pm start - Aylsham Town Hall

Sarah Perry - Melmoth launch - Norwich Sarah Perry’s previous novel The Essex Serpent was a number one bestseller. It was the Waterstone’s Book of the Year 2016, won British Book Awards for Fiction Book of the Year, and Book of the Year (as well as the BAMB Beautiful Book Award). It was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Award, International Dylan Thomas and RSL Encore prizes and long-listed for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Wellcome Prize and the Walter Scott prizes. And now Sarah is back with her incredible new novel, Melmoth… Inspired by Charles Maturin’s forgotten gothic masterpiece Melmoth the Wanderer, Melmoth begins in the present day, and takes its ensemble cast of characters on a spectacular journey through time. Dazzlingly inventive, terrifying and beautiful, it will make readers think deeply about the human capacity for good and evil and how often the two are intertwined. This is a novel that transcends easy categorisations of gothic or literary fiction to speak urgently to our time. We’re very honoured to be launching Melmoth here in Norwich, at the fabulous Octagon Chapel on Colegate. There’ll be a reading, a Q&A, and a signing. This really is not to be missed – and as a bonus, the £5 ticket cost can be redeemed against the book (one book per ticket). Thursday 4th October - 6:30pm start - The Octagon Chapel, Colegate

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bazaar fundraiser

Dee Peart and friends would like to thank local businesses and everyone who supported them at the East Anglian Children’s Hospices bazaar on August 4 in Aylsham Town Hall. The event raised £3,764 for the Nook Appeal.

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A new group will start at Erpingham MUGA, supported by England Netball from September 18 on Tuesdays 6.30-7.30pm and Fridays 10.30am to 11.30am. It’s £2 per player per session with the first session free. All ages and abilities Welcome For more information contact Ros Fretwell on 01263 768262 Email

Garden goes Gold Woodgate Nursery has gone gold with its latest entry into the Sandringham Flower Show gardens display. The Aylsham nursery, based at Cawston Road, was awarded Large Gold after being invited to exhibit in the Royal marquee. Teresa Rogers, who is in charge of perennial plants at the nursery, and her team spent the week camping

at Sandringham, building the garden and keeping it watered. “It was a tremendous team effort,” she said. “We are all very pleased with the award. Because the design involved wildflowers it has been 18 months in the planning and transporting it was a big logistical exercise. I would like to thank everyone involved including Chris Ellis,

Kevin Myhill and Cathrine Mullinger.” Woodgate has seen great success at Sandringham since it first entered a garden in 2012. This year’s plot was bigger and, as it was inside a marquee, was restricted on height, so needed careful planning. The team was delighted to meet the Prince of Wales during the event.

Strumming its way to success Formed just a year ago Broadland Ukes, Norfolk’s newest ukulele group, is set to expand to cope with performance demands all over the county. Broadland Ukes, based in Aylsham, has had a full summer calendar of performances for charities, community groups and good causes, ranging from Mundesley Volunteer Inshore Lifeboat to Norfolk Lions and the Bure Valley Railway. The group currently consists of 24 members and meets every Monday afternoon at the Friendship Hall in Aylsham to rehearse. It also runs a weekly beginners class for those new to the plucky little instrument. Co-founder Ernie Halls commented: “Several of our performing group were in the beginners’ class just a few months ago. It’s a sign of

quiz for lights

Aylsham Christmas lights committee will be holding its grand quiz to raise money for further lights on Friday, October 12. A fish and chip supper will be included in the price of £9 per person. Teams can be up to six players and tickets can be bought at JB Postle in Aylsham.

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A coffee morning in memory of Terry Rayner will be held at Aylsham Parish Church on Saturday, September 29, 10am1pm. There will be teas, coffee, cakes, a bring and buy sale and cake sale, plus raffle. All proceeds will go to Myeloma UK to aid research.


how far we have come as a group. We never charge for performances – we just love to use our music to help good causes. We have members from Wroxham to Gresham and everywhere in between.” Now the group is to expand into an additional evening session in the autumn to bring in those who work full time and who cannot make the afternoon rehearsals. Co-founder Malcolm Allsop added: “The Ukulele is such a fun instrument. It brings a smile to everyone’s face. It’s

the fastest growing instrument in the world in terms of active players and it’s now being taught in many schools where it has replaced the recorder. If anyone who already plays wants to join us or if you are interested in trying it out - just get in touch. We have been so busy performing over the summer - it’s been crazy ” You can contact Broadland Ukes by emailing broadlandukes@icloud. com or via their Facebook page broadlandukes.

Well-known Norfolk writer Pete Goodrum will be giving a talk with pictures of Norwich in the 1950s and 60s at Marsham VIllage Hall, High Street, on Friday, September 21, 7 for 7.30pm. The cost for the evening is £4 per person booked in advance, or £5 on the night, to include refreshments. There will also be a raffle. To book call Hazel Kingswood on 01263 734091 or email

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Our August meeting with Wendy Munnion from Maldon was most enjoyable. Her title was A Very British Summer and her arrangements were based on events including the Chelsea Flower Show, Ascot, Wimbledon and Cowes week. The September meeting was with Alan Smith with the title September Splendour. For details call 01692 409956.


Volunteer recruitment day at Blickling Estate

We’re happy to help, could you? Would you like to help conserve one of the nation's beautiful places? At Blickling Estate, we're always looking for new volunteers and with a wide variety of opportunities available, it's a great year to join us. We'll be holding a volunteer recruitment day on Saturday, October 13, to tell you more about how you could get involved. So whether you’re a book lover, a gardener, a baker, or you’re just looking for a new fun challenge, we’d love to see you. Enjoy chatting to staff and volunteers from various departments around the estate who will talk you through all the things you can get involved with at Blickling. You'll then have a chance to let us know which roles you’d be interested in and ask any questions, before the session closes. Making new friends, working in amazing places and knowing that you’re helping a great cause are three fabulous reasons to get involved in volunteering at Blickling. You’ll be joining thousands of other National Trust volunteers in caring for the special places we all love, and become part of the incredible team at Blickling Estate which is helping to conserve this beautiful place. We’re excited that 2018 will see the start of some new unique opportunities for volunteers. This year, we’re all about books, as we celebrate the story of Blickling’s impressive, 18th-century Long Gallery library, which contains more than 12,500


volumes. As a result, we have positions in our second-hand bookshop, as well as an exciting new role as a book tour guide. If books aren't your thing, but you love the outdoors, enjoy talking to people or have a passion for baking, then we have just the role for you. It’s not essential to be a history expert, but you do need to enjoy meeting new people, have a warm and friendly personality, and be willing to learn new things. The day will run from 10am-3pm, drop in anytime. Call our volunteer team on 01263 738077 for more details.

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GCSE students make the grade Students and staff at Aylsham High School were thrilled with another great set of GCSE results this year. Students in years 9, 10, and 11 all collected results on Thursday, August 23. Students received a mixture of the traditional A*-G grades and the new 9-1 grades (9 highest to 1 lowest). Last year 9-1 grades were only awarded in English language, English literature and maths. This year the 9-1 grades were extended to a much larger range of GCSE subjects. The 9 grades are reserved for children achieving in the top 5% of students nationally and are therefore much harder to achieve. The class of 2018 did incredibly well with 78% achieving a level 4 or above in both English and maths. This figure places AHS in the top four high schools in Norfolk; 50% of students achieved a level 5 or above in both English and maths which is significantly above the national. In maths, 87% of students received a level 4 or above and 66% level 5 or above. This puts AHS’s maths department as one of the very top performing maths teams in Norfolk. Similarly, in English results were very positive with 83% getting a 4 or better in English and 63% getting a 5 or better. The science department also did incredibly well with 46 grade 9s. The arts, creative, vocational, and practical subjects continue to thrive at AHS alongside a very strong academic core. It was great to see a large number of students across years 9,10, and 11 secure excellent grades in their options with a significant number achieving the top grades. Duncan Spalding, executive headteacher, said: “Congratulations to the class of 2018 on a tremendous set of results across a wide range of subjects. You should be justly proud of everything that you have achieved. We wish you well in the next stage of your learning adventure wherever that may be. It has been a pleasure to have you as part of our school community and to watch you grow into fine young adults. To my

RESULTS: Amelia Rivett, Ellie Bray, Millie Slack and Isabella Callingham. colleagues I offer and enormous vote of thanks for their continued hard work and dedication to our students’ success and well-being. It is a privilege to lead such a vibrant, caring, and consistently successful school community..” TOP PERFORMERS INCLUDED: Izzy Swindells (right) – 6 grade 9, 1 grade 8 and 4 A*. Izzy also achieved a grade A in a level 3 project and a grade A* in additional mathematics. Elizabeth Meyer – 6 grade 9, 1 grade 8, 3 A*, 1 grade A, and a grade A* in a level 3 advanced project. Amy Goddard – 5 grade 9, 2 grade 8, 1 grade 7, 2A* and a grade A. Adam Knight – 4 grade 9, 1 grade 8, 1 grade 7, 1 grade A and a grade B in additional mathematics. Raphael Arya – 4 grade 9, 1 grade 8, 1 A*, 1 A and a grade A in both addition mathematics and level 3 advanced project. Thomas Popay – 4 grade 9, 3 grade 7, 1 A*, 1 A and a grade A in additional mathematics. Millie Slack – 4 grade 9, 1 grade 8, 2 grade 7, 3 A* and an A* in the level 3 advanced project. Zoe Economou – 4 grade 9, 3 grade 8, 3A*, a Distinction star and 1A.

Model date for railway club The Broadland Model Railway Club is holding its annual Model Railway Exhibition on Saturday, October 6, in the Jubilee Centre at Aylsham from 10am-4pm. The event is sponsored by the Bure Valley Railway and supported by The Fund Raisers of Aylsham and District. There will be 14 layouts ranging from O gauge to OO, N, 009, Gn-15 and P4. There will also be 12 trade, society and demonstration stands, including a DCC demo and our “Loco Doctor” which proved very popular last year. This year, the event has some of the displays at the BVR station in Aylsham. Refreshments are available at the Station’s

Whistlestop Restaurant and the Jubilee Centre. Admission is £5 for adults, £4 children and concessions, under fives are free. Wheelchair users and their companions are at concession rates and there is easy access and free parking for the disabled. There is free parking at the BVR Station. Anyone arriving on a Bure Valley Railway (BVR) train is entitled to free entry. A free vintage Routemaster bus will be running between the BVR station and the venue. There are also other displays and a model shop at the BVR station. For more information about visit our www.


An event formerly known as The Ingworth Trosh will be held on Sunday, September 16, from noon on the field on High Noon Road, Erpingham. The event will include a demonstration of threshing with a Ransome threshing machine, forerunner of the modern combine harvester. This has grown into a popular annual fundraising event in aid of the medieval churches of Erpingham, Ingworth and Alby. It includes other vintage machinery and tools, sheep shearing, birds of prey and, with even more emphasis this year on being a country fair as well as a trosh. A variety of country crafts and exhibits, additional stalls and refreshments will provide a fun and interesting day out for all the family. Ring events will include a sheep dog demonstration with ducks, the ever-popular fun dog show open to all breeds, and tug of war. Admission is £5 (under 12s free). Free parking.


Could you spare just a couple of hours a month as a volunteer driver helping to deliver hot meals to those in need in our community? Aylsham Meals on Wheels urgently needs more drivers to join a quarterly rota – dates to suit. Full training will be given and volunteers can take part in a trial run. For more information contact Angela Frais on 01263 732691 or email aml.frais@btinternet. com


Tickets at £1 are now on sale for Aylsham-based Support Cambodia’s race night at the Catholic Hall, North Walsham on Saturday, September 29, 7pm. The event is in aid of the charity’s annual appeal. There’s an extra chance to contribute by sponsoring a horse or a jockey. The Tech Geeks, Peggy’s Products, Eclipse Hair Studio and Bon Bon’s all back Support Cambodia. Call 01263 577784 or go to for more information.


Last issue we interviewed Aylsham Town Band members James Dale and Colin Spink about the group’s upcoming celebrations. This issue we thought you would like to see these pictures from Aylsham Heritage Centre of the band through the ages.

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To mark its 90 years’ making music, the band is performing a free anniversary concert at Aylsham Church on Saturday (September 15), 7pm. Retiring collection. Anyone who would like to get in touch with the band to book it or to come along can email aylshamband@btinternet. com. You can also follow the group on Facebook (aylshamband) and Twitter (@ AylshamBand). Other dates coming up include October 21, 2pm, Drayton and Costessey British Legion Concert, Drayton Village Hall. November 11, 2pm (march off), Remembrance Sunday. November 30, 6pm (TBC), Aylsham Lights and Christmas Tree Festival. December 1 and 8, 10am-noon, Tesco carols. December 9, 2.30pm, Aylsham Band Christmas Concert.


Music and magic on menu at event Music and magic are on the menu at this year’s Aylsham Food Festival, presented by Slow Food Aylsham. The ever-popular event returns in October with a packed weekend of old favourites and family entertainment. Alongside regular features like the Country Market, Farmers’ Market and Slow Brunch will be the walkabout musical act Banana Ukulele Band and magician and children’s entertainer, Robbie James. Organised by Slow Food Aylsham (SFA), the festival will be in its customary early October slot, from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th. SFA chairman Patrick Prekopp said: “While the focus of the festival will, of course, be on food and particularly local produce, we want to make people think differently about food. It should be fun, and we hope to sprinkle a bit of magic and stardust around too.” The programme kicks off a week earlier with a “fringe taster”, Rosie With Cider, on Friday, September 28, at the Town Hall. Rosie Warren and her dad David, from Aylsham, will demonstrate the art of cidermaking using a cider press – accompanied by Aylsham folk musician, singer and cartoonist, Tony Hall on melodeon. Bring your own apples and sample fresh apple juice, or David’s home-made scrumpy, or buy from the barrel. It starts at 6.30pm and tickets are £1 at

FOOD AND MUSIC: Richard Hughes (above) and Tony Hall (right). Left: The Banana Ukelele Band. They’ll all be doing their stuff at the food festival. the door. The festival proper starts on Friday morning (October 5) with the weekly Country Market in the town hall where you can sample a wide range of homebaked, home-grown and homemade products. Later, it’s An Evening with Richard Hughes at Aylsham High School (6.30 for 7pm). Celebrated Norfolk chef Richard will talk about his 40 years in the business – from pot-washer to proprietor of the Lavender House Restaurant, Norwich Assembly House and his renowned cookery school. This will be followed by a beef and ale pie supper prepared by the Slow Food group. Cost is £15 per person. On Saturday morning, come and say "Yellow!" to the Banana Ukulele Band who will entertain visitors to the monthly Farmers’ Market, where there will also be a variety of attractions for adults and children. On hand, too, will be the popular local jazz band, One Foot in the Groove, making

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Workshops on social enterprise A series of free community workshops will help anyone interested in setting up a social or community enterprise either based in or delivering a service in the Broadland District. The programme, run by Lola Stafford Consulting Ltd which is itself a social enterprise, and funded by Broadland District Council, starts with a taster session on October 24th on Exploring Entrepreneurship 10 am - 12 pm. Wednesday morning workshops follow weekly from 9.30am-1pm and include: w Business planning. w Business registration and recruiting directors. w Feel the fear, managing emotional blockers to success. w Financial planning. w Bid writing. w Practical completion of a bid document.

w Marketing. There will also be a post programme surgery in January to support progress. The programme is suitable for any residents or groups interested in going down this route whether they are just thinking about the possibility or are existing enterprises looking to become financially sustainable. It offers practical support in a relaxed environment and you can either book onto the whole series or pick and choose the workshops which will help you. All workshops will be at Carrowbreck House, Carrowbreck Road, Hellesdon, Norwich, (parking onsite). To book a place contact Jacqui on 07806 392254 or email Jacqui@

Music at the church Music Matters is looking forward to Sunday, October 14, 3.30pm when Royal Birmingham Conservatoire tutor Simon Smith plays a programme of solo violin music centered on J S Bach’s D minor partita ahead of a performance of the work in Russia. Also included in the Aylsham Parish Church concert will be pieces by Kurtag, Ysaÿe and Paganini. Simon has been active as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher worldwide for 30 years. He has performed with orchestras such as the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Philharmonia, and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. He has performed extensively across Russia with recitals and concerto performances from Moscow to Vladivostock, and played concertos in Hong Kong and Beijing. Tickets for this concert are £12 adult, £5 under 18s, available from FC Barnwell Newsagents, Aylsham, and online at www.ticketsource. Don’t forget that the opening

Ask Paul . . . Each month we are inundated with questions from vendors and buyers alike. Here’s a selection of this month’s.

What is a Flying Freehold? This describes when part of a freehold property overhangs or encroaches into another separate freehold property. For example, a first-floor bedroom that partly lies over a downstairs room in the neighbour’s property. There are many other situations, especially with older-style properties. It shouldn’t be a deal breaker as long as it is written into the contract.

I’ve offered the guide price for the property but I have a property to sell, why won’t the owner accept my offer? As agents, we have a duty to ensure that we act in the best interest of our client – the seller. If they accepted an offer from an applicant who has yet to sell then they may be precluding other interested parties in a better position. In general terms an offer will only be accepted from a non-dependent purchaser who can proceed immediately with the purchase.

Should I seek mortgage advice before I start viewing properties? concert for the Autumn takes place at Aylsham Parish Church on September 19 at 1pm. The Accidentals, Anna Hopkins on flute and Karen Smith on piano, will be playing a programme of music mostly written in the late 19th century. There are Hungarian dances from Bartok and a Fantaisie from Gabriel Faure together with Suites from CM Widor and York Bowen. Tickets are £8 on the door from 12.30pm. More details are available on the website http://www.

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A Redwings hat-trick at the Aylsham Show Rehomed rescued ponies from Redwings Horse Sanctuary were awarded the top three places in the Best Ridden Rescue Class at the Aylsham Show. In a display of what rescued horses can achieve in nurturing homes, New Forest pony Redwings Fern took first place in the popular ridden class, followed by Welsh pony Redwings Thyme in second and cob Redwings Benson in third. Pretty Fern also took home the top prize in the Plaited Show Pony Class and second in the Angels on Horseback Class. Thirteen-year-old Fern arrived at Redwings in 2005 with her mother Forest when she was just three-months-old and suffering with an eye condition. Fern received the veterinary treatment she needed and grew into a friendly pony and an ideal candidate for the charity’s rehoming programme. She went on to find a new home with her guardian, Danielle Pye, in March this year. Danielle, whose five-year-old son Jayden rode Fern at the Aylsham Show, said: “When we won, I was brought to tears

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A colourful tour of the local saints and sinners Author Peter Sargent goes on a 2,000-year journey through East Anglia’s colourful and varied history in a new book. In this series of 50 short stories, you will meet kings and queens such as Edward I and Katharine of Aragon, figures of legend such as Fenland giant Tom Hickathrift, medieval saints and more than a few sinners. There are witches and clergymen, soldiers and sailors, revolutionaries and working class heroes, entrepreneurs, raffish hell-raising boxers and dedicated philanthropists, including Sir Thomas Erpingham commander of the archers at the Battle of Agincourt. This is a sequel to the author's first book, A Moment in Time, 50 stories that bring East Anglian history to life. Peter said: “So many people have their place in history. For some it is a large and well-known slot, familiar to millions of people in the present day. Others have a far more humble location, and are not so well-known. They all find their place in this book.” Peter’s interest in history was sparked when he studied the subject at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, during the 1980s. After working in March, Peterborough and

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In our last issue we featured golden couple Janet and Leslie Hubbard who celebrate 50 years of marriage this month. We would like to point out they have five grandchildren not four as we reported. The couple were married at Aylsham Parish Church on September 21, 1968, when Janet was 23 and Leslie 21. They have two daughters, Ellen Hubbard and Lynne Nottingham. They will be at The New Forge on Saturday, September 22, 7.30pmmidnight if anyone would like to join them for their celebration (no presents). We apologise for the error and wish them all the best.


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Ready for quiz? There are still a few places left for our autumn quiz on September 15. If you want an enjoyable evening out and would like to help us raise funds for local and other Rotary charities then why not come along? You can put your own team of six people together or we will sort you out on the night. Tickets cost £6 each and include nibbles and a glass of wine. Contact John on 01263 735631. Antiques Fair Our next fundraising event after the quiz is the antiques and craft fair in the high school on October 13 and 14. This event, which attracts visitors from outside the county, starts on the Saturday evening with a preview for invited guests and the main event is on the Sunday from 10am4pm. We still have a few stalls left for the antiques and craft areas.Book via (http:// or call John on 01263 735631. Helping Others Where does all the money go that we raise at these events? This is a question

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that we are regularly asked. Firstly, we don’t have any administrative charges and all the money that you give us goes to charities and worthy causes. In the past year we have raised more than £19,000 and given away more than £17,500 to worthy causes. Donations go to local organisations as well as national and international charities. For example, we gave £350 each to Aylsham Football Club for the boys and

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Routine appointments (no emergency fees!) Saturdays (9am-1pm) in Aylsham and Saturdays 9am-3.30pm and Sundays 10.30am-3.30pm for registered clients at our Taverham Branch*.

Late evening surgeries available at Taverham until 8pm Monday-Friday.

Key-hole bitch spays and cryptorchid castrates.

Puppy and Kitten packages.

24hour emergency care with discounted rates for health plan members with Norwich Night Vet.

Vets and nurses on site 24/7 in Taverham providing exceptional care for hospitalised patients.

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Swing into Aylsham Performer Jeff Short is bringing a series of monthly matinee shows with his swing band, to The Friendship Hall in Aylsham on Thursdays, starting on October 18. Jeff was a successful writer, producer and performer of professional musical shows in Essex and London before moving to Norfolk in January. For 10 years, with his 16 piece big band, Jeff was the host of Strictly Come Dancing weekends at Seacroft Holiday Village in Hemsby. Since moving to Norfolk Jeff now runs monthly evening ballroom dances at Hellesdon and East Tuddenham every third and fourth Saturday in the month. Jeff wanted to bring entertainment to retired people during the afternoons, and with that in mind, brought a number of such shows over the past years to the people of Essex. Working with the Queen's Theatre, Essex,

Jeff produced and presented a string of nostalgic matinee productions which feature music, comedy and songs built around stars of previous decades. Jeff now brings his productions to Norfolk. Each themed show features Jeff's professional live musicians and singers and some shows have special guest artists. The first show on Thursday, October 18, is titled The Fabulous 50s with the songs of Dickie Valentine, Alma Cogan, Doris Day, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Vaughan, Cliff Richard, and more. The audience will be seated at tables in cabaret-style and tea, coffee and cakes are included in the price. All shows feature Jeff's smaller swing band and start at 2pm (doors open from 1.30pm). There is parking on site and at the Mill Road car park. All tickets are £10 and available in advance from 01263 733845. Next shows in the series are Songs That

Won The War, which feature the band in authentic American uniforms (November 8) for Remembrance week and Christmas Variety (December 20). For more details visit www.jeffshort.

Sax and clarinet music will be coming to Aylsham on September 22 with The Mike Deane Six. The concert will be at 7.30pm at Aylsham Methodist Church in White Hart Street. The band is a group of clarinet and saxophone players, based in Hickling, who are available to play for events in and around Norfolk. It is a band born out of a love of jazz and of music generally. They are never happier than when playing music from the golden age of the big bands but also play songs from musicals, blues and a bit of classical. Entry is free and there are refreshments in the interval. Donations on the night will go to Action for Children Charity.


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Susan joins the Spire team Spire Solicitors LLP is delighted to welcome Susan Dayment, pictured, who joins the firm as a solicitor in the private client department and is the newest addition to the Aylsham office. Having graduated in 1989 from the University of Plymouth, Susan went on to qualify as a solicitor in 1995 and spent her early years practicing in her home county of Lancashire. The millennium saw a move to Devon, where she joined a firm on the south coast, becoming an equity partner in 2003. Susan relocated to Norfolk in 2017, a county where she


has had strong ties for more than 30 years. Susan has vast experience in private client work and specialises in wills and lasting powers of attorney, probate, trusts and deputyship matters. Following her appointment, Susan commented: “I am delighted to be joining Spire. It is an exciting time for the firm which is experiencing strong growth across all areas of its services and I am looking forward to being part of a united team.� After the successful merger of Hood Vores & Allwood Solicitors,

Greenland Houchen Pomeroy Solicitors and Overbury Steward & Eaton Solicitors in 2013, Spire now represents one of the largest, and most progressive legal firms in Norfolk, with a presence of seven offices across the county and more than 150 employees. If you would like to arrange an appointment with Susan or would like any further information about the services Spire Solicitors LLP can offer, please contact the Aylsham office on 01263 732123.

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from the parish church Aylsham vicar the Rev Canon ANDREW BEANE talks about what’s been happening in the church and the month ahead.

Generosity abounds I expect most of us would like others to think we were generous; we wouldn’t want to miss our turn buying a round of drinks for example, would we? Generosity originally meant being from a noble family but over time its meaning has changed into having a noble spirit or a generous heart. Of course, we can be generous in different ways – generous with our time, our gifts, talents or generous with our money. Harvest is a season about the generosity of nature and (hopefully) abundant harvests, hence our celebration of harvest festival, giving thanks for all that we have been giving and sharing some of that abundance generously with others. We continue that generosity today by bringing our tins and packets to be given to Foodbanks or charities. But what can we share now so many of us are not so closely connected with the agricultural year? Could we have a harvest of the wardrobe? A harvest of understairs cupboard or a harvest of the garage and find those things we once loved but now

no longer need. What do we do with all the stuff we’ve harvested, well we have a choice? We could offer it for free to our friends and they will think we are so generous and kind, or we could give it to a charity shop and create a double blessing. The charity shop will benefit, but so will those in need looking for low cost items they will get a bargain. But so much more than this, the charity shop will raise money, and this can transform another person’s life. A truly generous heart gives without anyone noticing. May I take this opportunity to thank all those who give so generously to our church. Giving in so many different ways through time, energy, skill, money your generosity truly makes a difference. Thank you also for those who donate to our Monday Sale. These donations help us to provide free activities for families, keep our church open and offer events for the community. May you be blessed this harvest and be a blessing to others.

WHAT’S ON Sep 17 Monday Sale & Foodbank from 9am Sept 20 First Step Baby & Toddler Café 9-11am (Free) Sept 20 Make & Take After School Club 3-4pm (Free) Sept 21 New Brew Wellbeing Café, 9.30-11am Sept 23 Pet Blessing Service (bring your pets to church!) 10.15am Sept 23 Cider & Song Harvest Evensong, 4pm Sept 24 Monday Sale & Foodbank from 9am Sept 27 First Step Baby & Toddler Café 9-11am (Free) Sept 27 Teddy Zip Wire 3-4pm (Free) Sept 28 New Brew Wellbeing Café, 9.30–11am Sept 30 Worship with Churches across our Team with the new Archdeacon of Lynn, 10.15am

from the registers BAPTISMS Aug 12 Archie Thorp Aug 19 Lorelei Loveridge WEDDINGS Aug 25 Daniel Azzopardi & Shenaid Abbs Aug 26 Tom Cooke & Jittra Taylor Sep 1 Steve White & Barbie Sweetzer FUNERALS Aug 17 Julie Ann Barnard Aug 29 Tony Matthewson Sept 5

Margaret Williamson

SUNDAY SERVICES Here’s a few pictures from our last two Terrific Tuesday activities – bat night and survival day.

8am 10.15am 4pm

Holy Communion Sunday Worship Choral Evensong (4th Sunday)

DON’T FORGET . . . Our very popular pet blessing service is back this year on Sunday, September 23, so bring your dogs, cats, llamas, rabbits and join us at 10.15am with “all creatures great and small”. If you fancy a light supper and some beautiful music then come along to Cider

and Song our Harvest Choral Evensong, followed by a feast of local breads, cheeses, cider and beer. Our annual Harvest Festival Service will be on Sunday, October 7, 10.15am with a collection for the Foodbank and Forward Court plus activities for all ages.

Don’t forget to follow us on social media and post your comments and photos…you can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram just search for AylshamParishChurch

who to contact Please free to get in touch to talk about Christenings, weddings, funerals or any spiritual or church-related matter. Revd Canon Andrew Beane on 01263 732686 Check out our New Website Revd Jack Branford on 07855759024 Also find us on @AylshamChurch Aylsham Parish Church #aylshamparishchurch


Art springs eternal at Blickling Hall An exciting and eclectic mix of original artwork by two local artists will be showing at Blickling this autumn. Rosalie Osborne Gibb’s diverse range of art reflects her love of coast and countryside, from land and seascapes to flora and fauna, from bold acrylics to finely detailed watercolours, soft pastels and mixed media, often incorporating creative

techniques (above left and right). Caroline Richmond captures British wildlife and the feeling of freedom, the wonderful light and ever-changing conditions identifiable with the North Norfolk coastline in oil on canvas (above centre). Signed limited edition prints, greetings cards, bone china mugs and coasters

depicting original artwork will also be available, together with unique bottle stoppers made by local artist David Roger Burton from reclaimed oak and materials from Nelson’s HMS Victory. The Art Springs Eternal exhibition will run at The Loft Gallery, Blickling Hall, from October 1-12. October 1, 1pm-5.30pm, 12th 10am-2pm, 2 -11 10am-5.30pm.

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