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ell, you won’t have to worry about what you are going to do for the next couple of months - there is an extra page full of What’s On for you to choose from, in addition to the activities in the Out & About Guide.

This issue introduces you to two lovely, local ladies Rebecca Norman, a personal travel advisor and Sue Shrove from Simple Sewing Solutions. And we also get to meet another talented photographer who provides this issue’s fantastic image of the Swallowtail butterfly, Mark Ollett. You will find a large selection of new and thriving businesses to provide the services you need. Please let me know your recommendations of those advertising. I would also appreciate your feedback to help with the content of future issues. What features and competitions you would like to see? Would you like to see the businesses organised into sections to make the services you need easier to find, for example, Home & Garden, Leisure, etc? Please do email me or give me a call anytime.

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In this issue � What’s On Guide


� Competition by Art Creations


� Meet local Personal Travel Advisor


� Introducing the EOS Programme


� Meet photographer Mark Ollett


� Meet Sue at Simple Sewing Solutions 35 � Out & About Guide


� Extract from Life in the Flegg Villages 38 � Health Tips by Inspired Therapies


� Garden Tips by Moulton Nurseries


� Wind Energy Museum � Good News

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Friday 5th - Grand Summer Fete is from 6.00- 8.30pm at Winterton Primary School. There will be a wide variety of stalls including raffle, tombola, auction of prizes, bric-a-brac, bouncy castle, cakes, plants, lucky dip, and many more stalls along with a BBQ, fresh strawberries, beer tent and refreshments. The Headteacher will be in the stocks and school children will be performing. Raffle tickets on sale from the chip shop and school. All welcome. Please come along and support us. Any donations of raffle, tombola prizes or cakes please call Tracy on 01493 393530.

Thursday 11th - Sarah’s Coffee Morning at Rollesby Village Hall from 10.00am-12.00noon. Please bring some friends and neighbours for a coffee and a chat. There will be Tombola. Raffle, Bring and Buy, Homemade Cakes, Book Table and various other things for you to enjoy. All proceeds to The Happy Rollers Over 60’s Club.

Saturday 6th - Gorleston Community Choir in Filby Church at 7.30pm. Tickets £7.00 buffet and glass of wine included on the door. Saturday 6th - Cantley Family Fun Day from 11.00am-3.00pm at British Sugar site. Dog agility, cheerleaders, climbing wall, quad bikes, archery for all ages, obstacle course, bouncy castle, cups and saucers, craft and traditional stalls, coconut shy, stocks, grand prize draw, refreshments, plus much, much more. Something for everyone! Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th - St Mary’s Church, Martham are holding a Miniature Gardens Exhibition as part of Martham’s Carnival Weekend. There will be teddies launched from the top of tower, talks on a garden theme, children’s craft corner and our famous Cream Teas on the rectory lawn. Free entry, with small charge for the brave teddies. Contact Pauline on 01493 748548.

Friday 12th - Summer Fete starts at 3.15pm at Rollesby Primary School. Friday 12th - Ludham Primary School are holding their School Fete from 2.30–5.00pm Grand Raffle with £100 prize, tombola, silent auction, bouncy castle, hot food, refreshments, games and lots more. Friday 12th – Prize Bingo for Foxy Lodge at Hemsby Village Hall. Doors open at 6.30pm, eyes down for 7.30pm. Lovely prizes, raffle, tombola, twizzles and bar open. Everyone welcome. Saturday 13th – Martham’s New Singing group has their first performance CHARITY NIGHT at 7.30pm at Flegg High School, Martham. An evening of FUN, MUSIC, DANCING and SINGING. Raising funds for Orchid Cancer: male cancers. Tickets from Martham Post Office. Bring your own drink. Tea/coffee and light refreshments available. Come and join us, and raise some money for this very worthwhile cause. Saturday 13th - Ludham Community Open Day from 10.00am-4.00pm. See page 43. Saturday 13th & 27th - Rebels Charity Bingo in Potter Heigham Village Hall at 7.30pm.

Sunday 7th - Martham Boating Association’s Come & Try Sailing Day POSTPONED to 21st July. Sunday 7th - Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Glade at Fairhaven Water Gardens. See page 34. Sunday 7th - Craft & Gift Fayre at Club Belle, Beach Road, Hemsby. 10.00am-4.00pm. Free Entry. Held on the first Sunday of every month – also Sunday 4th August and Sunday 1st September. Thursday 11th - Fleggburgh Village Hall is the venue for a Ladies Pamper Evening from 7.30pm onwards. File & polish, massages, Indian head massages, reflexology, nail art, spray tan, hair styling and products, cupcakes, Paula kitchenware, Anne Summers, candles, home and fragrances, angel cards and lots more. Tickets £2 NR29 guide

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July Saturday 13th – Filby Primary School are holding their Summer Fete between 1.00-4.00pm. Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th – Filby Open Gardens Weekend from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Known locally as the ‘Flower Village’, the village of Filby was awarded a prestigious Silver Gilt Medal in last year’s Britain in Bloom Finals. Its extensive roadside floral displays are being readied for this year’s Anglia & Britain in Bloom competitions. Open private gardens, photographic exhibition, refreshments and plant sales. Proceeds to Filby in Bloom and the New Village Hall Fund. Tickets with map from village shop or post office, Main Road, Filby. £2.50 per person. Free car parking. Contact 01493 369 250 or email Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th - Filby Church In bloom open all weekend, providing Ploughman’s Lunches and tombola, refreshments and home-made cakes. Sunday 14th - Winterton on Sea In Bloom & Scarecrow Festival 10.30am-4.30pm. See page 52. Friday 19th - Free Friday at Diamonds Solicitors. 15 minutes of free legal advice. See page 32.

Friday 19th - Eyes down at 7.30pm for the Filby Clubroom Bingo. Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st – Enjoy a Weekend Craft & Gift Fair. Admission FREE. At Hemsby Village Hall from 10.00am-4.00pm on both days. There will be a wide range of interesting, quality craft, gift and charity stalls, a children’s crayoning competition and a huge ‘win every time’ tombola, and so much more. Hemsby WI will be serving refreshments all day, plus homemade cakes. Everyone is welcome. Sunday 21st - Martham Boating Association’s Come & Try Sailing Day is at 12.00noon. Please follow the signs from Staithe Road, Martham, down to the river, where a warm welcome from the members awaits you along with a fun afternoon’s sailing all free of charge. Visit Friday 26th - 59th Annual Fete on Filby Playing Field from 1.00-5.00pm, followed by the Grand Finale Fireworks between 7.00-9.00pm. Friday 26th - Sunday 28th - Reedham Beer Festival. See page 6. Friday 26th - 70’s, 80’s 90’s Music Nite with Solid Gold Disco from 8.00pm at Potter Heigham Village Hall. In aid of Village Hall funds. Come and listen to some cool sounds or dance if you dare! Friday 26th – Clairvoyant Evening at Hemsby Village Hall. 7.00pm for 7.30pm start. Mediums Simon Traube and Nick Kenning. Raffle, tombola, auction and bar open. All proceeds to Save Hemsby Coastline. Tickets £5.00 from Katrinas & Top Knot Hairdressers, The Lacon Arms or Joan on 01493 732041 or Ann on 01493 733188. Saturday 27th - Thurne Village Fete is on from 6.00-8.00pm on the playing field. The proceeds are for The Church, The Chapel and The Playing Field. Admission free. Stalls, games, BBQ & more. Saturday 27th – Foxy Lodge Fundraiser at Pets at Home, Great Yarmouth from 10.00am5.00pm. Tombola, cakes, raffle and meet some of our rescued birds and animals. Saturday 27th & 24th August - local produce can be found at Repps with Bastwick Farmers Market from 9.00am-12.00noon with crafts. Sunday 28th - Winterton on Sea are holding a Village Garage Sale from 9.00am-4.00pm. page NR29 guide



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A pencil drawn portrait of your favourite photograph Local, professional artist Tricia J Pacey is offering you the opportunity to win a personal, hand drawn A4 portrait of your most cherished image. Choose your favourite photograph of yourself, your child or your pet and send in a copy. Tricia can draw any adult, child, baby or animal. Your portrait will feature on the cover of the next issue of the NR29 guide. To win, simply email or post a good quality copy of your photograph along with your name, address and contact telephone number by 20th July 2013. If there is more than one person/animal on the photograph, please state your preferred subject to be drawn. You can also include the name and/or short message you would like included on the bottom of your portrait. You can see more work by Tricia on email post NR29 guide, PO Box 1354, Brundall NR13 5XE Terms & Conditions The competition is open to all UK residents over 18 years of age. One entry per household. Entries will consist of a good quality image/photograph explaining which subject is to be drawn, the entrant’s contact details and any message to include on the portrait. The artist will select one portrait from the entrants.

CLOSING DATE is 20th July 2013 and the winner notified the same day by telephone. The A4 size hand drawn portrait will be ready by 15th August and sent free of charge, un-framed using Recorded Delivery. Framing is available for £10 and collection to be arranged. The portrait (excluding any names and messages) will feature on the September/October issue of the NR29 guide. Full set of rules on Data Protection Your details will be processed by NR29 guide in full accordance with data protection legislation. All entries become the property of NR29 guide and Tricia J Pacey. Either business may wish to contact you with information of other products and services that they provide. If you DO NOT wish to receive such information, please add NO MARKETING to your entry. The winners’ name will feature in the September/October 2013 issue of the NR29 guide.

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August Friday 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23th & 30th - Annual Winterton on Sea Craft Fayre from 10.00am4.00pm. Contact 01493 732474 or 07581 075915. Friday 2nd - Ladies Pamper & Shopping Evening in Hemsby Village Hall. 6.00-10.00pm. Free Entry. 20 stalls including treatments on the night. Friday 2nd - Mautby church at 7.00pm Preview Evening for Flower Festival, with glass of wine, finger buffet, during the evening ‘Mautby Mawthers in Verse’ will entertain. Admission £5.00. Friday 2nd & Friday 23rd – Foxy Lodge Fundraising Charity Market Stall at Great Yarmouth Marketplace from 10.00am-4.00pm. Tombola and much more! Saturday 3rd - Stokesby Grand Fete on the village green from 2.00-5.00pm. Live music and fun sports open to all to enter on the day. Attractions include a bouncy castle, face painting and donkey rides for children and a beer tent and tea tent for adults! A BBQ for substantial nourishment. Stalls to include cakes, fresh produce, tombola, books and bric-a-brac. Darts and bowls competitions and a bouncy joust. A Stokesby Bake-Off. If you fancy yourself as Norfolk’s answer to Mary Berry or Paul Hollywood, bring your entries to Stokesby Village Hall between 10.30am-12.00noon on the day. After judging all entries will be sold on the cake stall. Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th - Mautby Church Flower Festival: Famous People, Past & Present from 10.00am-4.00pm. Refreshments served all day. On Saturday, the Church Tower will be open. We invite you to admire the views of our beautiful Norfolk countryside from the top. Friday 9th - Eyes down at 7.30pm for the Filby Clubroom Bingo. Saturday 10th & 24th - Rebels Charity Bingo in Potter Heigham Village Hall at 7.30pm. Sunday 11th - CREATE! at St Benet’s Abbey: Family day of FREE creative activities from 10.00am-4.00pm. Find out why St Benet’s Abbey has inspired great painters and writers – and have a go at capturing the beauty of the site in your own words, pictures and photos with help from local writer and artists. No parking at St Benet’s Abbey for the day of the event. Parking and shuttle bus service from Ludham Village Hall, ferry from Ludham bridge - or why not walk or cycle? Visit ‘Events’ page at Sunday 11th - fun family day out Hemsby Lifeboat Day at Hemsby Lifeboat Station and support this very worthwhile cause. The day includes music on the beach, bar on the beach,

grand raffle, children’s entertainment, lifeboat displays, charity stalls and tombola stalls. Friday 16th – Prize Bingo for Air Ambulance at Hemsby Village Hall. Doors open at 6.30pm, eyes down at 7.30pm. Saturday 17th- Live music and dance with the Blue’s Brothers. Hog roast and bar. Tickets £6.00 in advance and £7.00 on door. Contact Celia 01493 369409 or Richard on 368224. Saturday 17th - Potter Heigham Country Fayre at Sutton Staithe from 12 noon to around 4.00pm and will include BBQ & bar, craft stalls & displays, sheep racing, classic cars & motorcycles, dog agility, displays, static steam engines, emergency services display and more! Admission £2, under 16 free. Free car park. Contact Paul on 01692 672149 or visit Wednesday 21st - Coffee Morning. See page 20. Sunday 25th - The Longshore Herring Festival in celebration of the area’s important fishing traditions and heritage at Hemsby Lifeboat Station from 10.00am-4.00pm, includes live music, a parade and BBQ herrings to eat on the beach. Saturday 31st - Summer Sale on at Rollesby Village Hall. Doors open at 2.00pm. There will be Tombola, Raffle, Good quality books for sale at just 50p each, Jumble. White Elephant Stall, Toys, Knitted items, Home made cakes and a Good Quality Gift stall for all to enjoy. Tea and coffee also available so please come and bring some friends and neighbours with you . All proceeds to The Happy Rollers Over 60’s Club.

September Friday 6th & Saturday 7th – Art & Craft Fair at The Lacon Arms, Hemsby from 10.00am-5.00pm both days. Local, craft people and artists exhibiting a variety of their work. Stained glass, wood turning, photographs, paintings, jewellery, needlework, plus many other local crafts. Friday 13th - Cyclists of all ages and abilities to take part in a sponsored bike ride around Snetterton Race Circuit. Challenge yourself. See how many laps you can cycle around the Snetterton 300 Race Circuit before the sun goes down. Action for Children has organised its 3rd sponsored cycle event from 5:15p-7.45pm. £10 to enter. Entrants are encouraged to raise a minimum of £50 per individual / £100 per family in sponsorship to support Action for Children’s work across Norfolk and the UK. Action for Children requests that all children take part with a registered and participating adult. Contact Laura Hanratta on 01284 755953 or email laura.hanratta@ NR29 guide

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Be a Tourist not a Travel Agent I have worked in the travel industry for over 7 years and love what I do. I have been fortunate to travel to many places such as the USA, Caribbean and extensively within Europe. I have tried all sorts of holidays myself including 5* luxury hotels, self-catering 3* apartments, skiing, private villas, camping and cruising. So I can give first hand advice on numerous destinations. All you need to do is tell me what you enjoy and want from your holiday and I will do the rest.

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Imagine having your own dedicated travel advisor available at a time that suits you, taking care of any holiday requirements using the very latest travel technology. I always keep up-to-date with new products and destinations, making sure my finger is on the button.

Not only can I offer you fantastic prices with great discounts, but if you book a holiday abroad you will receive a ÂŁ1 Marks & Spencer, John Lewis or Boots gift card for all those last minute holiday bits (dispatched 1 month prior to travel). This offer is available on any foreign holiday travelling up to 31st March 2014.

Working as a home-based travel advisor allows me more time without the distractions of a high street shop. I have many repeat clients whom I have dealt with me over the years. I have arranged package holidays, flights, bespoke holidays, city breaks, camping adventures and more. Now as a Personal Travel Advisor working from home I have more flexibility for customers to contact me at a time that suits you, rather than between 9 and 5. Booking with me as your Personal Travel Advisor, you are safe in the knowledge that you are financially protected, with ABTA membership and ATOL bonding, you will have complete peace of mind that you are booking with a secure travel organisation, with the backing of the Co-operative Travel Group. As an independent agent, I am able to book with hundreds of companies and am not biased to use any particular one. I use the right one for you. As an added bonus, I can get you enrolled

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life and you want to find your way there. hope to advance at work, • You but something keeps holding you back. You want to fulfil your potential.

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he Eos Programme is a personal development programme for women, which is proving life-changing for many. It was launched in Norwich last April by Jenny Eaton and Richard Jackson, and they will soon be running their first event in London. Eos is the Titan goddess of the dawn; each morning she rides her chariot across the sky to herald in the new day. This reflects the new start feeling that many women get from attending the Programme. So when was the last time you thought about how your thinking shapes your life?

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career, family and aspirations, which chart the course of our lives. That’s why it is essential that those choices be rooted in our own values – not in the expectations imposed by others. Eos doesn’t hand you the answers or tell you how to live your life. That’s up to you. Using the latest neuropsychological research applied with proven techniques, The Eos Programme gives you the time and space to deeply consider your values, goals and choices; reflect, re-focus and connect with a fresh life purpose. Only by creating a congruent life path can we achieve our full potential for personal happiness and achievement within our home and work lives. The Eos Programme can be of great benefit to you if ... are re-evaluating your • You life after a key shift. Perhaps

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The Eos Programme is run over two days held one month apart. It is unlike any other personal development you may have done before. It challenges you. It can free you from unhelpful assumptions about yourself and the world, which may be shaping your life. Identify and release the negative thinking patterns that hold you back, whilst creating positive habits to take you forward to your best life. It gives you the space and time to reflect, re-focus and connect with a fresh life purpose. Eos poses the question -

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The Eos Programme is currently running regular courses in Norwich. The Programme is based on scientific and physiological research and has no religious affiliation. We run regular FREE two hour Taster Sessions to give you an idea of what we do. Find out more, including video testimonials at 0843 523 5373

Eos Case Study Sarah Morgan attended the Eos Programme last summer, and since then her life has changed significantly for the better. She had been working long hours, striving to fulfil obligations she didn’t enjoy and feeling guilty when she took time out for herself. She had re-located from Kent in order to create a better work-life balance, but soon found that she’d just replicated her busy life in a new place! Sarah describes her experience on day one of the programme as ‘really quite shocking’ – she’d never taken the time to sit and really think and reflect on her life before, and she identified lots habits and ways of thinking which she didn’t want in her life any more. She dropped two of her jobs, which she wasn’t enjoying and

now has more space to allow new, more fulfilling things into her life. She’s developing her business as an image and colour consultant, and is expanding this to launch a new business in charity fashion sales.

‘I realised I can do different things now, things that before I didn’t feel equipped to do because I believed I didn’t have the skills. Now I have the confidence and belief to either develop them or ask for help. I never would have asked for help before, but I’ve found that people usually are really happy to help out, which has made a big difference to my business. Eos has given me the confidence and self-belief to follow my heart and my gut instincts.’

Sarah now spends more time with her husband, family and friends, and is for the first


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I have a passion for the great outdoors . . I was born in Norfolk and have spent many years enjoying the wildlife and countryside this diverse habitat offers. I was brought up in a farming environment and was handed a gun at a very early age. With my father, I spent many a cold day (and night) out with a gun learning field craft. This experience has served me well, as now I am able to use these skills to track and get close to wildlife subjects. The Norfolk countryside offers a vast array of wildlife which allows me to capture that special moment. When the weather and the wildlife is not at its best, I take advantage of the beautiful Norfolk skies which at the right time can be magnificent.

I am currently holding an exhibition at the Granary Art Gallery, for the summer season. Here you can look and purchase images, either framed, mounted or as prints only. All images displayed on my website, facebook and flickr pages are also available for purchase. I also offer tuition days on a one-to-one basis in the local area, based around wildlife, landscape or a bit of both. These days are suited for beginners to advanced amateurs looking to develop their skills and technique. The Granary Art Gallery The Granary Stores & Tea Shop Ranworth Staithe, NR13 6HY

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t all started with a friend saying, “Do you think you could sew a button on my coat for me. I can’t even thread a needle”. This was just one of many similar requests that I have received from friends and family over the years, to which my answer has always been, “Yes, of course”. From that point onwards I have continued to say, “Yes, of course” whenever a customer has requested the completion of a sewing task. If you can’t wear that garment because it is too long, too loose, too tight or has a broken zip or you need some some furnishings made then why not give me a call.

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Sport & Exercise Winterton Bowls Club - We are a small friendly club and currently play in 2 leagues and also enjoy social bowling at weekends. As well as scheduled meetings all members have access to the green for a roll-up at any time (weather permitting and at the discretion of the greenkeeper). We welcome new members, and experienced bowlers or beginners. Contact Val on 01493 393544. Potter Heigham Bowls Club - Adjacent to Village Hall, School Road. Club roll-up sessions every Saturday (weather permitting) at 2.00pm, with coaching for beginners. There will be practise sessions 2.00-4.00pm on Tuesdays at 2.00pm. Contact Mark Benton on 01692 670703. Ormesby Bowls Club - Experienced bowlers are always welcome, as are those who are new to the sport. We are a friendly club and like to involve new members as much as possible. Roll ups take place on Thursday and Saturday afternoons with opportunities to play in club and league matches. There are also social activities during the year. The club is located at the Edgar Tennant Recreation Ground, Station Road, Ormesby St Margaret. Contact 01493 730112. Ludham Bowls Club - We play in Ludham Village Hall. New members, novices or experienced players welcome. Club roll-up on Saturday evenings & Thursday mornings during the season. Contact Rodney Wright (Butcher’s Shop) on 01692 678226 or Alex Cordiner on 01692 678682. Hemsby Sports & Social Bowls Club are looking for NEW MEMBERS to play outdoor bowls, no experience necessary. The bowls club is behind Hemsby Village Hall, Waters Lane, Hemsby. Contact Helen or John on 01493 393262 or Anne on 01493 733188. Rollesby Bowls Club - Looking for a new hobby? How about trying your hand at bowls. Whether you’re a novice or have some previous experience you will be welcomed at our small but friendly club. We currently play in 3 leagues, one of which is an afternoon league. Club ‘roll-ups’ Saturday afternoons. Contact Jane on 01493 748167. Martham Short Mat Bowls Club - Have you ever thought about playing, or perhaps restarting but not known where? The Club play at Martham Village Hall every Wednesday and Thursday mornings 8.45am–12 noon & Friday evenings 6.30-9.00pm. If you are a beginner, do not worry. There is always someone more than willing to help. Contact Dick or Jill on 01493 748877.

Potter Heigham Short Mat Bowls - Meets Monday nights 7.15-9.45pm & Friday nights 7.00-9.30pm. £1.20 per night includes tea and biscuits. Flat shoes and, if needed, bowls will be provided. Enjoy a very social evening. Contact John Holland on 01692 671987. Snooker Table - Ludham Village Hall, juniors welcome but must be accompanied by adult. Take your own refreshments. £2.00 session & £20 year membership. Contact Richard on 07841 277482. Ramblers Association - The Great Yarmouth walking group invite anyone interested in joining us on any future walks. Why not try us out for a while as non-members? We are a friendly lot and have a varied programme of long and short walks. Contact Trevor Broadbent on 01493 377460 or visit Community Hub Physical Activity Centre staffed by East Coast Community healthcare physical activity Instructors With classes in I Move Freely exercise, designed to reduce joint and back pain. Other classes include circuits, female only sessions, men only sessions, exercise referral sessions, health walks and cardiac club. The community gym is held in the Martham Community Centre on Playing field Lane off Rollesby Road, Martham and is open Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. All sessions need to be booked. The community gym is open to everyone living in Martham and surrounding villages. Each session lasts for 45 minutes and cost just £2 per person per session, with no joining fee. Martham & District Angling Club - Local club with fishing rights to Martham Pits. Runs various match leagues including sea and pike. Junior section. Owns 8 boats at various localities. Day tickets available. Contact 01493 748358.

Special Interest Groups Filby Computer Club - Meets Tuesday mornings at 10.00am in the Clubroom. New members always welcome. Costs £2.50 to include refreshments. Two hours of help, advice and friendly company. Visit To join, emial via the website or just turn up. Come along and learn new skills. Ludham Computer Tuition - Free one-to-one computer tuition and free internet access. Monday afternoons & Thursday mornings. Help with beginner support, setting up a new laptop, email, internet, digital photography, ancestry, office documents, skype. Your laptop or ourmachines. 3 Contact Ros on 01692 678682. page 4 NR29 guide


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Life in the Flegg Villages 1800-1950 Sailing, both off shore and on the Broads, became increasingly popular during the latter half of the 19th century. The Rollesby and Ormesby Regatta was established by the end of the 1860s. Patronised by leading Flegg and Yarmouth families, the Regatta soon became an annual summer event. The Yarmouth Mercury 22nd July 1893 reported: The annual regatta in connection with the Ormesby and Rollesby Sailing Club was held on Thursday on the magnificent sheet of water that extends a comfortable distance on the south side of Rollesby Bridge to Filby and is locally known as Ormesby Big Broad … Last year this aquatic fete was restarted after a long lapse. It used to be looked upon as the occasion for a regular gala day among the country village folk for miles around. A large number of people witnessed the racing from the bridge and along the road. On the ground by the bridge a small fair was in full swing. The Sportsman’s Arms, a well known fishing station, was well patronised ... Many years later, the East Anglian Cruising Club organised a similar Regatta during the years after the 2nd World War. The Regatta was held at Thurne Mouth and the 1950 event drew a record entry of

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95 boats. Offshore sailing regattas were started in Yarmouth in the 1830s and would have had many craft from the Fleggs regularly competing in them. In the early 1880s there is evidence that for at least two years, Winterton had its own regatta. The second held at the end of July 1881 was reported in the Yarmouth Independent: The second annual Roads Regatta came off here on Thursday last. The weather throughout the day was beautifully fine; but there was hardly sufficient wind for sailing … During the day Mr J Hall’s steam yacht Lurline and Mr J A Mottram’s yacht cruised about in the roads … The cliffs and sands were thronged with a large concourse of people and many of these availed themselves to a sail in response to the persistent appeals of the owners of the several sailing boats. Published November 2012 by David Tubby Relates the history of the Flegg villages from 1800-1950 ISBN: 978-0956896711 RRP: £9.99 Available from Filby & Hemsby Post Offices, Clover’s Tea Shop, Acle & WHSmith, Yarmouth

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Martham Local History Group - Membership costs £10.00 a year. Enjoy our programme of meetings, trips and activities. See or contact 01493 740379 or 749775. Ludham Archive Group - We are a group of people dedicated to collecting a lasting history of Ludham and the surrounding area. We meet every other Wednesday in The Sloper Room at Ludham Methodist Church at 7.00pm. All are welcome, so come and join in the fun. There is no meeting in August. For more information visit our website or Ludham Community Open Day is on Saturday 13th July from 10.00-4.00pm in Ludham Church Room. View our displays and look through the timeless photographs in the archive. Help us to identify places and people. Browse at leisure through the archive on computer, visit our website or do some research of your own. Admission is free and refreshments will be available all day. We look forward to seeing you whether you live in Ludham or elsewhere; all are welcome. Archive evening on Wednesday 10th July will prepare for the Open Day. If you are a regular attendee and not had an invitation to our summer BBQ, please make contact through the website. New Martham Singing Group - Do you like to sing? Would you like to help raise money for charity? Then come and join us. We rehearse at Martham Methodist Hall on Monday evenings at 7.30pm. We will be raising money for Orchid Cancer Charity [all male cancers]. NO AUDITIONS, you just need to be enthusiastic. Just turn up or call Jane 01493 748767 for more details. St. Mary’s Singers - If you enjoy singing, and would be prepared to sing at weddings and special services and would like to give it a try, please get in touch with Donna on 07860 136099. We meet every Monday evening at 7.00pm in the Barn Room or St Mary’s Church, Hemsby. Memories of Martham and surrounding Fleggs Facebook page - Join the group and enjoy photographs of the area, both old and new, Winterton Gardening Club - Meetings at 7.30pm every 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Church Rooms, Winterton are well-supported. New members and visitors most welcome. During a cuppa there is opportunity to talk or ask questions about anything relating to a new or established garden, especially what grows well in the Winterton garden. Experts visit and pass on a wide range of knowledge and skill suitable for all types of gardener. Annual membership fee is £15 or £8 for six months or £2 per visit for specific meetings. Full membership provides a club discount at nearby

garden suppliers and special entry fees to some nearby gardens and garden shows. Contact Valerie or Michael on 01493 393749. Great Ormesby and District Garden Club We are celebrating our 50th year! We are a friendly club with over 55 members. We meet on the last Monday in the month at 7.30pm at the Bracecamp Hall, Ormesby St Margaret. We have interesting speakers and outings to garden centres and places of interest. 31st July Day trip to Sandringham 18th Aug Garden Party at Haydn’s to celebrate 50th birthday. FREE to members who can also bring along a friend 30th Sept Talk by Shelagh Ashe: Winter Gardens Our membership fee is £6.00 per year including refreshments. New members and guests always welcome. Contact Gillian on 01493 733801 or Hazel on 01493 731570 or on Ormesby Bridge Club - Fridays at 6.55pm at Bracecamp Hall, Ormesby St Margaret. New members welcome. Contact 01493 844657. Broadland Hams - A drama group at Ludham Village Hall offering two productions a year, including a pantomime. Contact Judi Ingram on 01692 670828 or 07979 747415. Broadland Woodturners - We meet on the 2nd Monday in the month at 6.30pm for 7.00pm start, finishing at 9.30pm in Martham Youth & Community Centre, Playing Field Lane, Martham. First session is free, with an annual fee of £25. All materials and equipment provided. Anyone interested in woodturning, please do come along. Contact Dick Porter on 01493 748877. Martham & District Dog Owners Group Friendly training and socialisation for puppies/ dogs and handlers of all ages in a large indoor arena in Caister. Contact Jill on 01493 749042. Caister Camera Club - A small and friendly Club that meets every Wednesday evening from 8.00-10.00pm at All Saints Village Hall, Beach Road, Scratby. Plenty of safe parking on the premises. There are many members that have experience and advice to share with those who are struggling or members who would like to try something new. Club Membership fees are £35 per full year. Old and new members are always welcome to come and visit us. Contact 01493 730496. Acorn Country Music Club - Gigs at Hemsby Village Hall. Every Sunday night from 7.30pm10.30pm. Admission £7.00. Licensed Bar. Contact 01493 781007 or 07719 709828 or e 07752 134331. ee pag NR29 guide



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Craft Groups Fleggburgh Art Class - On Tuesdays 10.00am12.00pm. Do you want to try your hand at art? If so, come along to the Fleggburgh Village Hall on the Old Acle Road. Absolute beginners welcome. £2.50 includes tea and biscuits. Bring along any medium. Contact 01493 393786. Rollesby Stitch and Craft - Meets every Thursday afternoon from 2.00-4.00pm at the Playing Field Pavillion. £1.50 per session. Offering various crafts, quilting, cross stitch, knitting etc. Meet new friends and have a cup of tea. Contact Pauline on 01493 740679. Winterton Craft Group - The group meets on the third Monday of each month in Winterton Village Hall from 10.00-12.00noon. Enjoy a cup of coffee and meet others who share your craft enthusiast. This is not always a tutor-led class so bring your own supplies suitable for an announced monthly theme. Swap and share ideas and magazines and complete all those incomplete craft projects you may have. All crafts and abilities are welcome. Contact 01493 393431, 394314 or 394233. £2.50 per session or £2.00 per session if six months paid in advance. Filby Craft Club - Come along to learn or share your skills with the group on Mondays 1.15pm3.30pm in Filby Club Room. £1 admission to include tea and biscuits and entrance to prize draw. Contact Pat on 01493 368262. Ludham Art & Craft Group - We meet alternate Thursday afternoons from 2.00-4.00pm in the Sloper Room, Methodist Church. Come along for a chat and a cup of tea. Contact Kathie Jones on 01692 678450.

Join us for a tester session and cup of tea anytime. Contact Christine Garrod on 01493 730599. Stokesby Craft Club - This is every Wednesday from 2.00-4.00pm in Stokesby Village Hall. Join us for a chat and bring an item of craft if you can. This can be anything from knitting, embroidery, card making to quilting. Tea served at 3.00pm.

Groups for the Young Rollesby Toddler group - held term-time in Rollesby Primary School Early Years Unit every Wednesday from 9.00-10.30am. £1 per family, and all children aged 0-5 and parents/carers are welcome. Hemsby Young People’s Group - Meets on Wednesdays at Hemsby Pavilion, 5.30-6.45pm 5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds 6.45-8.00pm and 11-16 year olds, 8.00-9.15pm. Membership is £6 a year then weekly sub £1.50. To Sign Up visit us at Hemsby Pavilion on Wednesday evenings or call Vincent on 01493 733594 or 07910 850290. Rock Solid Youth Group - For young people aged 11 years and over from Runham and surrounding villages on Thursday evenings fortnightly in Runham Village Hall from 7.008.30pm Free. Contact John on 01493 369556. TS Fearless - 901 Troop - Open to both boys and girls from age 11 upwards - so come on change from the action man make believe of virtual computer games, get real and become a Marine Cadet now! It’s great fun and we are a friendly bunch, you’ll be made most welcome. Call in Mondays at Flegg High School, Martham or Fridays at The Village Hall, Winterton between 6.45pm-9.30pm. Contact 01493 748395 or email us at

Naomi’s Knit & Natter - School Rooms, Methodist Chapel, Repps Road, Martham on Tuesdays 1.30pm-3.30pm. New members of any age always welcome. Help available for beginners. Patterns and wools available. £1 admission to include tea/coffee and biscuits. Proceeds to the Air Ambulance. Contact 01493 748768. Potter Heigham Stitchers - Meet at Potter Heigham Village Hall on Mondays from 1.303.30pm. All types of needlework, stitching, cross stitching, quilting. Bring your own equipment and material. £1.50 per meeting includes tea and biscuits. Contact Ann Holland on 01692 671987. Ormesby Quilting & Craft Group - We are a friendly group who meet each week in the Bracecamp Parish Hall, Yarmouth Road, Ormesby St Margaret on Thursday afternoons from 2.00pm4.00pm (£1.50 per session). We do various crafts – quilting, cross stitch, knitting, all types of sewing. NR29 guide

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50 years is a long time in education, in fact it is nearly half a century ago that Flegg High School welcomed its first pupils, way back in 1964. We are now delighted to invite alumni, former staff and members of the wider community to join current students, staff and governors to celebrate this significant landmark in the school’s history. We are planning a year-long programme of education, events, sponsorship opportunities and celebration and we need your support. We intend to launch the celebrations in September 2013 culminating in the official 5th birthday in September 2014. We also have plans to leave a legacy by developing our former agricultural block into a Community Aspirations Centre. During the day it will be used by groups of students to develop and enhance skills which will allow them to fulfil their aspirations. Outside of the school day we intend to open the doors to others in the local area as a place to learn, explore and improve a whole range of competences. We want to try and involve the community in this project as much as possible, so if you can offer pledges of any sort please do get in touch. So whether it is to pledge support, tell us your memories of the school or just to keep up to speed with developments please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and making this a truly 1493 74927 tremendous year! flegg5

good news Filby’s p May rais lant sale in Filby Ch ed £478 for urc raised in h - the most 21 year s! Over 200 people gathered in Flegg High School for the première of Martham Stories on Friday 24th May. We enjoyed an eighty-five minute film of interviews, animation, photographs and local scenes, all of such quality that time flew by. The students displayed high levels of creative and technical ability, whilst their subjects, Martham residents over the last 80 years, had the time of their lives. Some of the stories were informative, tracing Martham's earliest history through archaeology, mapping and metal detecting. Others were serious especially those about the war years. The death of a childhood friend in a bombing raid; a lucky near-miss during a strafing; coping with evacuees and with food rationing, the wartime mystery that is Heigham Holmes. We heard how shops and businesses have changed over the years, especially the impact of the 1950s closure of the railway. Throughout, there were murmurs of recognition from the audience and everyone said "You got it right". The young participants were presented with their copy of the film and spoke of all they had learned, how good it was to meet wpeople who are part of their own history, how the experience may affect their own futures.

Norfolk Wherry Brass July is sent to be the busiest month in the band’s history with events taking place every week end for the 4th Section Champions of Great Britain.

Saturday 13th July An evening concert at the Central Hall, Wymondham (NR18 0QB) in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, starting at 7.30pm.

Saturday 6th July The band travel to Harwich for an all day event in the town involving separate concerts by Harwich Royal British Legion Brass Band, Portsmouth Royal British Legion Brass Band and Norfolk Wherry Brass. The day then ends with a massed band concert finishing with firework accompaniment to the 1812 overture.

Saturday 20th July We ‘come home’ to New Victory Hall, Neatishead (NR12 8AD) for our annual BBQ concert (7.00pm)

Sunday 7th July We rush back to Norwich to play in the afternoon at the bandstand in Waterloo Park (NR3 3HX) from 3.00pm to 5.00pm as part of the Norwich summer bandstand series of concerts.

Saturday 27th July We go to the Museum of the Broads in Stalham (NR12 9DA) for an evening concert at 7.00 pm. Entrance is £7.30 and includes entrance to the museum – so why not get there early and have a good look round? The band are taking what will be a well earned 2 week break in August. For further details of our events visit our website

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Groups for the Young at Heart Caister Ladies Group - Meetings take place the 2nd Wednesday of the month at Caister Village Hall at 7.30pm. Contact Shirley on 01493 748606. Martham Ladies Group - Meetings take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month, excluding August. Meetings start at 7.30pm (doors open at 7.00pm) at the Martham Village Hall. Contact Georgina on 01493 748522. Probus Club for Retired Businessmen - Flegg Probus meets every Thursday morning at the California Tavern, near Scratby from September to June at 10.00-11.30am. All enquiries to Mike Rumbelow on 01493 730908. Scratby & California Club meets Thursdays from 2.00pm-4.00pm in All Saints Parish Hall, Scratby. Open to all NR29 villages. New members are always welcome. We have social afternoons with quizzes and bingo, with tea and biscuits. We have speakers, meals out and arrange outings to theatres and boat trips. If you want good company, do join us. Contact 01493 730456. Merry Mardlers - Over 65s enjoy tea and chat every 2nd Wednesday of each month at 2.30pm in the Repps with Bastwick Village Hall. New members are always welcome. Contact Sally on 01692 670521. Sunshine Club at Bracecamp Parish Hall, Ormesby St Margaret on Mondays fortnightly from 2.00pm–4.00pm. Enjoy an afternoon of bingo, scrabble, whist, guest speakers and refreshments. Everyone is welcome. Regular outings are good value and reasonably priced. Contact 01493 730429. Catfield Coffee Mornings meet in the Methodist Church in Catfield every 2nd Thursday of the month. Contact Alan Croft on 01692 582104. Winterton Friendship Club meets alternative Thursdays at 2.00pm in the Village Hall. Next one is 8th November. New members welcome to join for a game of bingo, cuppa and a chat. Contact Di Jones on 01493 393656. Winterton Luncheon Club serves lunch alternative Thursdays at 12.30pm in the Village Hall. Contact Di Jones on 01493 393656. Winterton Tuesday Club meets at 2.00pm in Winterton Village Hall on the 2nd Tuesday of every month and is a club for ladies who enjoy speakers, games and quizzes. New members welcome. Contact Val Green on 01493 363544. Martham Old Folk’s Club meets in Martham Village Hall on Thursdays 2.00-4.00pm. A welcome to all over 60s. Contact Maddy on 01493 748337. NR29 guide

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Post Offices Catfield Post Office Filby Post Office Hemsby Post Office Ludham Post Office Martham Post Office Ormesby Post Office Potter Heigham Post Office Rollesby Post Collection - The Green Room, Martham Rd Scratby Post Office Winterton Post Office

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Village Halls Catfield Village Hall Filby Clubroom/Playing Field Fleggburgh Village Hall Hemsby Village Hall Ludham Village Hall Martham Village Hall Ormesby Bracecamp Hall Ormesby Village Centre Potter Heigham Village Hall Repps Village Hall Rollesby Village Hall Rollesby Pavillion Hall Scratby All Saints Parish Hall Stokesby Village Hall Winterton Village Hall

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Financial Consultants & Services Beauwater Estate Planning Eastern Financial Consultants Fishing Lake/Ground Hire Private Lake Fuel Suppliers Broadland Fuels Funeral Directors Murrant Family Funeral Services Gardens & Plants Nurseries Fairhaven Gardens Moulton Nurseries Garden, Tree & Landscaping Services A Clarke Tree Surgery Artificial Grass Company Brickweave Paving Ltd Flags Hunter’s Tree Fellas Ian for all Seasons Maple Landscapes & Tree Care General Stores Acle Bridge Store & Coffee Cabin Hair & Beauty Services Frances Boyn Hair & Beauty Healing Touch Health & Fitness Services Brundall Clinic Inspired Therapies New Leaf Hypnotherapy Slimming World Holidays Cyprus Holiday Home Winterton Beach Holidays Home Improvement Services C&M Glass Services Frank Howard & Son Leakless Services Local Handyman J Moon Home Improvements SCT Energy Assessments SSGE Superior Kitchens & Bathrooms Superior Plastics Interior Design Services JHD Interiors Ltd Locksmith Services Pick & Fix Locksmiths

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