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Issue 444 26 April 2014

Covering Cromer, Mundesley, the Runtons and surrounding villages in association with the North Walsham Times and Sheringham Independent

Crab & Lobster Festival launches the Bootiful Boat Art Trail and Scrumptious Seafood Trail

The Crab & Lobster Festival’s annual Art Trail and Seafood Trail launched in Cromer and Sheringham on Good Friday, 19 April.

Over 70 decorative boats have popped up in shop windows and open spaces across Cromer, Sheringham and further afield as part of the Bootiful Boat Art Trail and local eateries are hosting delicious seafood in celebration of the annual Seafood Trail.

Both trails are featured on a Festival Trail leaflet which can be picked up in local tourist information centres.

The Bootiful Boats, decorated by local artists, school-children, community groups and shops, have been adorned and transformed in the same spirit as the Festival’s Lifebuoy Art Trail in 2013. The majority have a crab and lobster as part of the design and people can follow the trail, choose their favourite and enter a fantastic prize draw.

People have knitted, painted, sewn and used photography to decorate the Boats which will all be auctioned off to the highest bidder to raise funds for charity in the Festival’s annual Charity Auction on 24 August.

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CROMER AIR TRAINING CORPS meet at Cromer High School 7pm Mon and Thurs. Tel: 01263 515452. CROMER ARMY CADET FORCE parade Tues nights 7.30pm-9.30pm at the cadet Centre, Cromer High School. For more information please call on 01362 656919 ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION Cromer Branch, Royal British Legion, Halsey House, Cromer 1st Fri each month noon winter, 7.45pm summer. New members welcome. 01263 720107 email CROMER BRIDGE CLUB - Play Duplicate every Monday evening. Novice players very welcome. For more details ring 01263 822778 Cromer Parish Hall COFFEE BAR open to all on Mon, Wed and Fri 10am to 12noon. Coffee, tea, light refreshments. Relax, make friends & stay as long as you wish. SEAVIEW PRE-SCHOOL five morning sessions per week 8.45-11.45am. Ages 2 1/2 - 5yrs. £5 per session (government funding for 3-yr olds Tel: 01263 514028 CROMER W.I. meet every second Thursday at The Community Hall in Garden Street. 2pm. Visitors welcome. St JOHN Hall, Bond Street - St John Adult Division, Tues. 7.30 - 9.30pm. Cadets, Tues. 5.45 - 7.30pm. ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Cromer & District branch meet every first Wed of month at The Cottage P.H., Louden Rd. at 2pm. New members welcome. Age UK North Norfolk, Information and Advice Drop In service. At Cromer library second Thursday each month 10am - 12. No appointment needed. Submariners Association (Nflk) meet first Wed every month 8pm at The Kings Head, Horsham St Faith. Contact Peter Cudby 01603 715449. 1st CROMER SEASCOUTS - meet on Mondays 7pm – 8.45pm. 01263 514562 MINNI-HOUSE CLUB of North Norfolk meet second Thursday of month at 2pm in Bodham Village Hall. For further information phone 01263 713328. Norfolk and Norwich Assoc. for the Blind - Information and Equipment Centre opens every Tuesday 9.30am 1pm in Merchant’s Place, 16 Church Street, Cromer. CROMER ORCHESTRA welcomes new members especially string and brass players. We meet at the Belfry Arts Centre Overstrand on Monday evenings 7pm to 9pm. All we ask is that you bring your instrument, a music stand, and lots of enthusiasm. Norman Moor 01263 511600 Chesterfield Hall, Cabbell Rd PARENT AND TODDLER GROUP Mondays 10 - 12, mothers (or fathers) can bring young children and have a chat while the children play with the toys. Throughout the year in school term time. Cromer Flower Club meetings held on 3rd Monday of each month at Cromer Junior School 7.30pm (no meeting in August). Visitors welcome. Contact 01263 513408. Royal British Legion, Women’s Section 1st Thursday each month at 2.30pm at The Cottage Hotel, Louden Rd, Cromer. New members welcome. Cromer Christian Fellowship - Former Gospel Hall corner of Station Rd/Norwich Rd. Sunday Service 10.30am. Cromer Youth Football Club - welcomes new players of all abilities aged 6-18 for training sessions & matches. For details contact Sharon Laws on 07767 325585 or visit Cromer & District Parkinsons Disease Society meets at the St John's Ambulance Hall, Bond Street, Cromer starting at 10.30am on the second Wed of each month. All welcome. Contact 01263 515138 for more information. Ballroom, Latin Classes. Red Lion Hotel, Cromer, Wednesday afternoons 2pm - 4.30pm. £5 per person. For information call 07526 883776 or 07538 801813 Sheringham Short Mat Bowls Club meet at The New Community Centre, Holway Road, Sheringham. Mondays 10am - 12noon all year round. Loan bowls available. Visitors and new members welcome. Pat 01253 823290 Sequence Dancing - East Runton Village Hall Fridays. Instruction 7 - 8pm. Social sequence with tuition 8-10.30pm. For details ring Sue Norman 01263 823506 Cromer & District Garden Society meet second Weds of the month 7.30pm Community Hall Garden St Cromer. New members and visitors welcome. Annual membership fee £10. Visitors £2 per meeting. Call 01263 514399


Bittern DX Group Bittern DX Group currently holding our meetings at the Erpingham Arms on the last Thursday of the month, not The Roman Camp at Aylmerton Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group meets 4th Thur each month (not Dec) at Cromer Methodist Church Hall at 7.30pm. Varied programme of speakers - meetings open to everyone. Jackie or David 01692 405492. Whist Drives Tuesday afternoons Suffield Park Bowls Club 2.15pm All welcome Fifty/Fifty Tea Dance - Mon afternoons at East Runton Village Hall, 2 - 4.15pm. Tea, coffee and biscuits. Details Sue Norman on 01263 823506. Visitors always welcome. Cromer & Sheringham Rotary Club. Dormy House Hotel, West Runton, Weds 6 for 6.30pm (except any 5th Wed in a month). Tel: 01263 578194 or 01263 577636 Cromer & Sheringham Inner Wheel Club meets at The Virginia Court Hotel, Cromer, first Thursday of the month, 6pm for 6.30pm. Further details (01263) 511759. Take-a-Break Baby & Toddler Group meets Tuesdays 10.00 - 11.30am during term time at Cromer Parish Hall. Contact Ann on 01263 512000 Take A Break Too Baby & Toddler Group meets Thurs 10 - 11.30am during term time at St Martin’s Church Hall, Mill Rd, Cromer. Contact Ann on 01263 512000. Overstrand Evening W.I. 3rd Wed Parish Hall 7.30 p.m. Tel: 834242 Mundesley Bowls Club Pavilion, Northfields, High St. Mundesley - Cash Bingo every Sun at 7.30pm and Whist Drives every Tue & Wed & Fri at 1.45pm. All welcome. NORTH NORFOLK BEACH RUNNERS open to all runners. Thursdays at 6.50pm at the Cromer Lawn Tennis and Squash Club (Norwich Road, Cromer). Nth Norfolk Wheelers Cycle Club leisure rides Weds 11am, faster rides 10.30am Sats. Meet Anglian Water reservoir just off Pretty Corner, Sheringham. Time trial racing Tues eves, some Thurs eves & Sun mornings, meet at Roy Boys layby. Club Secy Tim Collison: 01263 514785 Northrepps Pre-School Mon-Fri 8.30am - 3.30pm termtime. Hot lunches available. Funded places for 2, 3 & 4 year-olds.01263 579396’ Roughton Under 5s meet Mon-Fri 9-12 during term time. Ofsted registered. Funded places for 3&4 year olds. £6 per session for 2 year olds. More details contact 07553 456083 or visit West Runton Scout Group: Beavers (age 6-8) Thur 6-7.15pm; Cubs (age 8-10 1/2) Tues 6.30-8pm; Scouts (age 10 1/2 - 14) Fri 7-9pm; Explorers (age 14-18) Mon 7-9pm. Details from Paul Henriksen, Tel: 01263 712288 North Norfolk Mencap Society Drop in Centre every Thurs 1pm-4pm at Merchants Place, Church St, Cromer Line Dancing every Wednesday at 7.30pm at Cromer Social Club - new dancers always welcome Folk Dance Club - The Community Hall Garden Street. Tuesdays 7.30pm - 9.30pm. No partner required. Keen beginners welcome. Tel 01263 578224 Cash Bingo every Thursday at Cromer Social Club eyes down at 7.30pm - new members always welcome Bridge Club at The Morley Club, Sheringham. Duplicate Pairs Thursdays 7pm and Fridays 2pm. Tel 01263 822087 Whist Drive. Pilgrim Shelter, Trimingham. Every Thurs 1.45-4pm, £1.50 per head, to include cup of tea and raffle. Kelling Model Flying Club The Morley Club, Sheringham second Wednesday of the month. 7.30pm for 8pm. New members welcome. Contact 01263 511466. ROAB Lodge Wednesday nights 8.15pm. Shipden Lodge, The Cottage, Louden Road, Cromer Modern Sequence Dancing - Mons at East Runton Village Hall, 8pm-10.30pm. T: Brian Payne 01692 403071 North Norfolk Chess Club Fridays 7.30 at the Morley Club, 48 Cromer Rd, Sheringham. All welcome. Contact club secretary Peter Hodkinson 01263 823814 Cromer Country Market held in Cromer Community Hall on 1st and 3rd Friday of every month from 10am - 12noon Extend, gentle exercise to music for the over 60s. Northrepps Village Hall, Monday 2.30-3.30pm. Further info contact Lindsey 01263 768159 North Norfolk Pride represents LGBT people in North Norfolk. Informal social meeting on every Tuesday at the

Red Lion Hotel, Cromer, from 7pm, except when we have a formal meeting (usually first Tues of the month). For details of our formal meetings visit as these frequently change. Cromer & Sheringham Brass band rehearses at Upper Sheringham Village Hall at 8pm on Thursdays where members of the public are welcome to come in and listen to the music being practiced. Enquiries for the band to Secretary Steve Askew 01263 838411. Cromer Taekwondo School - Tues 6-8pm at Cromer Sports Centre. Open to any age between 6 and 65. New members welcome - 1st lesson free. Tel: 01263 711824 Suffield Park Bowls Club, Station Road. Whist Drive most Tuesdays, 2.15pm. Cash or Prize Bingos, Fridays twice monthly, 7.30pm. Bar - Raffle. All Welcome. North Norfolk Different Strokes. Support, info, fun for younger stroke survivors. Meet fortnightly Tues 2.304.30pm Sheringham area. Details 01263 715952 / 821480. Norfolk OCD Support has a support group meeting held fortnightly on a Thursday at Merchants Place, Cromer from 6.30pm - 8.30pm. Anybody affected by OCD can pop along on the night or can contact Steve for more details on 01603 893685 or email : Website address : North Norfolk Model Engineering Club - meetings 1st Friday of each month at 7.30pm. A welcome is extended to visitors and prospective members of all ages. Further details from Gordon Ford on 01263 512350. Roughton Village Hall - Prize Bingo every third Friday in the month 7.30pm. All welcome Elderberries Sports and Social Club Badminton and Short Mat Bowling every Mon and Fri at Cromer Sports Hall 3pm-5pm. Casual players very welcome £1.50/hour or become a member. Please call Sheila Saunders on 01263 761142 New members always welcome. Roughton, St Mary's School Bingo. Come and join us. Including cash bingo! Every second Friday of the month (excl. August). 7pm doors open, 7.30pm eyes down. 1st Rural Roughton Mill Scout Group (incorporating Roughton Mill Brownies). Beavers (age 6-8) Mon 5.306.45pm. Cub Scouts (8 -10.5) Tue 7-8.30pm. Brownies (7-11) Wed 4.45-6.15pm. Scouts (10.5 -14) Wed 7-9pm. Explorer Scouts (14 -18) Thu 7-9.30pm. For further information, Contact Dave Stow on 01263 513895 Family Prize Bingo every Monday Woodlands Holiday Park, Trimingham. Book sales open 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. In aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance Railway Quilting & Craft Group meet every second and fourth Tues of the month at the Parish Hall in The Londs, Overstrand 10am and 12 noon. Small Quarterly charge. Details Vivian Maggs on 01263 576986 West Runton Sports and Social Club, Water Lane 01263 868866 Cash Bingo every Wed 9pm. General Knowledge Quiz every Sun 9pm. Every Tues - Line Dancing with our own teacher. Most w/ends - In house disco or Live Bands Norfolk Dixieland Jazz Band. At The Diplomat, Ormesby Road, Coltishall, NR10 5JZ on the first Sunday of every month. 1pm to 3.30pm. Admission free. Mundesley Haig Bowls Club opens for the new outdoor season at 2pm on Saturday 21 April. New members welcome, just come along. Further info 01263 721815. Extend exercise for over 60s at East Runton Village Hall, Tuesdays 2.30 - 3.30 Tel: 01692 407851 Cash Bingo every Friday at 7.30pm and every Sunday at 8pm at Cromer Town Football Club Short Mat Bowls in the Parish Hall every Wednesday and Thursday morning 9.15am for a prompt start at 9.30am. Tuition and bowls available. Contact Dorothy on 01263 510901 North Walsham Spiritualist Centre 6.30pm - 8pm every Sunday in the St John Ambulance Hall, Bacton Road, North Walsham. All welcome. North Norfolk Speakers Club meets every other Wed, 7pm at N Walsham High School, Spencer Ave. Dates and info visit or contact Gillian 01692 650250 Fledgeling Music classes Friendly, dynamic, energetic and fun. A unique experience your child will love! 4 mths to 4 yrs. FREE taster class, members pay £4, younger siblings £2 babies of older siblings FREE. Paid half termly., telephone Lorna on 07500 221121 or e-mail: CONTINUED ON PAGE 6...

Cromer Times 444 April 26th 2014

Crab & Lobster Festival launches the Bootiful Boat Art Trail and Scrumptious Seafood Trail Continued from front cover...

The Scrumptious Seafood Trail features over 20 local cafes, restaurants, pubs and hotels which are all offering delicious, local seafood with a Festival special dish.

Festival Chairman Tony Shipp said “We are delighted to have started the Festival on such a positive note. We hope the Bootiful Boat Art Trail will be as successful as the lifebuoys, it’s a fabulous way for locals and visitors to explore the area and see some unique and wacky designs along the way”.

He added “with the Seafood Trail beginning as well we hope everyone is enjoying sampling some scrumptious seafood in our local pubs, restaurants and cafes”.

The Crab & Lobster Festival, which runs 16-18 May, will kick off the coming holiday season with an Opening Concert at Cromer Pier Pavilion Theatre on Friday 16 May hosted by Olly Day and featuring The Sheringham Shantymen, La Grosse Erreur and Nigel ‘Boy’ Sayer. Tickets for the concert are £7.50 and are now on sale from the Pavilion Theatre box office on 01263 512495.

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Available 8 am to 7 pm Daily See our blackboard for Weekly Specials Delivery available Located at The Old Post Office, Chapel Road, Roughton Telephone 01263 768688 for Orders The Bootiful Boat Art Trail will remain in place until Friday 15 August when all Boats will be prepared for the Festival’s annual Charity Auction on Sunday 24 August to coincide with the last weekend of Cromer Carnival.

For more information on the Boats, Seafood Trail or Opening Concert please visit the website This year’s Festival is sponsored by East of England Co-op.

Act now to secure your vote says Local Returning Officer

With the European Parliamentary election taking place on Thursday 22 May, the Local Returning Officer for North Norfolk is urging voters to make sure they are registered to vote in time.

“People are talking about the elections, but you’ll only be able to have your say on who represents you in the European Parliament if you’re registered to vote by the deadline of Tuesday 6 May”, said Sheila Oxtoby, Chief Executive of North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) and Local Returning Officer for North Norfolk for the European Parliamentary election. and print off a registration form or call NNDC Electoral Services on 01263 516046 or 516317.

“Even if you think you’re already registered, it’s really important to double check. Many people think they are automatically registered because they pay council tax, but this isn’t true. If you’re unsure, you can call your local authority to check.”

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4... Monthly Mondays – Art Afternoons - Trunch Village Hall, NR28 0QE – 2-4pm – Join our local artist, Jan Ellmore, for an afternoon of art! A variety of genres will be covered including drawing and painting. Jan will provide all the mediums, unless you want to bring your own. Each week Jan will instruct one-on-one so you can choose your genre. Bring any photographs that you would like to copy from. £4, book by 3pm Friday before on 07826869377 Weekly Tuesdays - The Fit Together Tea Dance - 2-4pm at the Copeman Centre, Hall Street, Briston, NR24 2LG. No partner and no booking necessary. Call Claire Carter 01263 861340. £2 inc tea/coffee/biscuits/cake. Weekly Thurs - Fit Together Badminton - 1pm-4.30pm at Gresham Village Hall, East Beckham Lane, Gresham. Time is divided between different abilities. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available. Call 07917596797 to find your time slot and book your place – all equipment provided. £2.50 Bridge at Weybourne Village Hall. The Acol Club meets Tue 2pm. Chicago movement means no need to bring a partner. All abilities welcome. 01692 404064 / 01263 825061. CROMER LIBRARY Prince of Wales Rd 01263 512850. Mon 9.30am–7pm, Tue 9.30am–5pm, Weds 9.30am–1pm, Thurs 9.30am–5pm, Fri 9.30am–7pm, Sat 10am–1pm. Free to join. Free internet access. Regular events: First Thurs each month: Carers Forum Support Group meetings 1–3pm. Second Thurs each month: Age UK drop-in advice desk 10.30am-12pm. Every Fri: 2 for the price of 1 hire on DVDs and music CDs. Every Sat: £1 off games hire. First Sat each month: Family History drop-in support group 10am-12pm. Second Sat each month: Family Story time 11 – 12pm under 8s must be accompanied Crazee Kidz Club (youth club) meets every 2nd and 4th Friday during term time at Roughton Village Hall between 7pm-8:30pm. Open to anyone aged 6-16, entry £1. Call Paddy 01263 768138 or visit Little Stars Parent and Toddler group meets every other Wednesday at Roughton Village Hall from 1011:30am. Come along for a chat and a drink while your child plays. Entry £1.50. Contact Chloe 01263 768138 Slimming Club at Trimingham on Tuesdays at 1.45pm at Pilgrim Shelter. Tel 01263 579797 or 07799 060407 Cantamus Choir rehearses every Thursday at 7.30pm in St James Church, Southrepps, NR11 8NR. New members welcome. No audition required Weybourne Folk Club third Sun each month Maltings Hotel, Weybourne 3-6 pm. Singers, musicians, poets and audience welcome. Free. Info Tony Baylis 01263 588781 or 07518 735299 e-mail Sheringham Stroke Support Group for anyone who has suffered a stroke. Meets fortnightly Wednesdays 2.15pm - 4pm at Sheringham Methodist Church on Cromer Road. Further information Harvey Pitcher 01263 512328 Cantamus Choir invite new members. Rehearsals every Thursday at 7.30pm in St James Church, Southrepps, NR11 8NR. No audition required. More info 07785 782498 Acorns Parent and Toddler Group meets every Thurs (term-time only) at The Belfry School, Overstrand. Get out


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• Preheat oven to 140c. Lightly grease a lined baking tray. • Whisk the egg whites in a large bowl with of the house for a chat and refreshments whilst your child plays. 1.30pm - 3 pm. £1 per adult. Tel 01263 579275 ‘Walsham Writers' Group is a small, friendly group of writers from the local area. We meet every second Thurs to share our writing, inspire one another and offer constructive criticism. We have re-opened for new members. If you would like to try us out please contact us for further details – either Google Walsham Writers' Group and email us or visit our blog Parkinson UK - Aylsham & North Walsham Support Group Meet 2nd Tue each month 10.30-12.30 Sacred Heart Ch. Hall, Kings Arms St, N Walsham. Terry 01692 406486 Sheringham & District Philatelic Society meet at the Church Hall West Runton on the second Monday of each month, at 7.30pm Our members come from all areas of North Norfolk, further details ring Jim on 01263 721043 Northrepps 'Poppyland' Royal British Legion Meets first Monday every month 7.30pm Northrepps Country Cottage Hotel. New members welcome.01263 579633 Morley Lunch Club Sheringham on the third Tuesday of the month. 2 course lunch for £7.50. Sittings start from 12am till 2pm. Please call in or call 01263 822087. Junior Tennis Coaching Sports Hall, High School every Saturday morning 9am -10am. All welcome, all equipment supplied. Colin 07774 810214 or 01692 501172 Ballroom Latin dance with Marlene in Cromer, Tuesdays 6.45- 7.45pm, Rock n Roll , 7.45- 8.30pm, for further information contact 01263 515288, Zumba fitness class in Cromer, Dance yourself Slim, Mon 1.45-2.30pm, 8.159.15pm, Wed 7.30-8.30pm, Fri 11.30-12.15pm. Sheringham Singers Tuesdays 2-4pm at the Lighthouse Community Centre Sheringham. New members always welcome. Contact Ro Curtis 01263 768126 Monthly Bingo 2nd Fri every month (except Aug) at St. Mary’s School Roughton. Doors open 7pm Bingo starts 7:30pm. Good prizes & refreshments available Gresham Village Park Sunday Market and Carboot 1st Sun every month from 7 April. Gates open to public 10am, stall holders & traders 8am onwards to set up. Pitches £5. All proceeds to Play Park and Pavilion. Details or o07765 633549. NR11 8RT East Beckham Lane beside Gresham Village Church REME Association Cromer & District Branch meetings held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Halsey House, Norwich Road, Cromer. Ex REME personnel please do come and join us. Tel 01263 512450 Painting Classes - Painting and Drawing tuition for all levels of competence from beginners to those experienced at Roughton Village Hall on Mondays 1.30pm to 3.30pm. £60 for 10 sessions. John Bardell 01603 456602 Gresham Village Parent and Toddler Group meet in the hall at Gresham Village School and Nursery on Thursdays 1.15pm - 3pm - all 01263 577349 for further details MS monthly Drop-In, 10am - 12noon, last Thur each month at Sheringham Community Centre, Holway Road. Anyone affected by MS welcome. Details 01263 579453 Railway Quilters and Craft Group meet on 2nd and 4th Tuesday between 10-12am at Overstrand Parish Hall, The Londs Contact Viv 01263 576986

a pinch of salt until stiff peaks appear, slowly add sugar to meringue until it goes stiff and shiny, and then add corn flour and vinegar. • Drop large spoonfuls of meringue onto the baking tray and spread each one roughly to 10cm round. • Bake for 45 minutes, until top of meringue is pale in colour and of a marshmallow consistency in the middle. • Whip cream to soft peaks and spoon required amount into the middle of the pavlova. • Halve the passion fruits and scrape the pulp of the fruit over the pavlova. Northrepps Over 60s Luncheon Club meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month at Northrepps Village Hall. All welcome. For further details ring Barry 01263 579782 Upper Sheringham Beading Group - meets one Saturday a month, 1 to 4 pm. Beginners' and more advanced classes available or bring your own beading project, friendly group welcomes new ladies. Contact Olga for details, 01263 514173 or’ Rock (Buns) & Rolling (Pins) W.I. meet third Wed each month (except Dec- second Wed) at The Kings Arms Hotel, North Walsham at 7pm. We are open to all ages but aim to appeal to younger women. Visitors welcome. For more info email St. Benet's Trefoil Guild (Guiding for Adults) meet at Guide H.Q. 4th Monday of the month 2pm Contact Ann Russell 01692 405295 for details NHS Cromer & District Retirement Fellowship third Wed each month 2.30 pm - 4pm at Cromer Hospital. Call Caroline Jennings on 01263 510002 or just come along Ruby's Prize Bingo – on the first Saturday of each month at 7.30pm at Lower Southrepps Social Club North Norfolk Amateur Radio Group meet on the second Thursday in each month from 7pm at East Runton Village Hall. New members warmly welcomed. Secretary 01263 519485,, Cromer Folk Club at The Cottage, Louden Road. Second Fri of month 8pm. FREE. Open to all - folk musicians, singers, orators, poets, or just plain listeners who enjoy a laid back scenario and friendly atmosphere. Bittern Line runs to Cromer Station and returns at convenient times for those who enjoy a selection of Real Ales without driving. Royal Air Forces Association Sheringham & District branch, regular meetings & social events. Former members of RAF & WRAF inc. family members welcome. Kenneth Macnish 01263 519684, or Christine Martin 01263 734977 Tabletop/craft sale in the St. John Ambulance Hall, Bond Street, Cromer on the last Friday of the month, except Jul and August, when it will be held every Friday 9am until 3pm. Free admission but donations gratefully accepted! All proceeds to the Cromer Division. Tables available at £6. For information, call Sue or Tony on 01263 649441. Traders welcome. Refreshments available Cromer Ukulele Workshop meets Fridays at St John Community Centre, Bond St. 4.15pm - 5.15pm £8/session Contact: Jenny Goodwin 07826 841688 for more info Mardle & Munch Lower Southrepps Social Club re-opens on Wed 2 April and every Wed until October. Opening hours from 10am until 2pm serving teas, coffees, soft drinks, crisps, bacon baps, homemade cakes, and homemade fruit and savoury scones. All our food is sourced locally and sold at very reasonable prices. Come and see us - a warm welcome and good food awaits you! Martial Arts Judo - join us Tuesday nights - we are a well established and friendly club at Millfield Primary School, North Walsham, Tel Hazel 01263 579345 Cromer Social Club - Wed 11.30am-2.30pm Winter warmers - good company, light exercise, bingo and lunch. 7pm onwards Line dancing. Thurs 11.30am-2.30pm Tea Dance with professional dancer and lunch. 6.30pm Bingo - Cash Prizes eyes down 7.30pm. Sat 8.30pm Live Band. Sun 8.30pm Karaoke. 01263 512542

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What a difference a year makes! Bad weather in March 2013 meant that we had to take the decision to cancel our spring show for the first time ever. One year on and the story could not have been different. A warm and generally sunny early spring meant that our members were out in force for our 2014 show. There were over 160 entries and the Community Centre in Cromer looked a picture. Jennifer Andrews won best in section for daffodils, Sylvia Kilshaw won the tulip section and Derek Pardon the section for other plants. Flower arranging was won by Jenny Pawson, crafts by Pat Fisher and cookery by Elaine Spittles. The best in show winner was Derek Pardon with a stunning cyclamen.

Our April meeting was very well attended and heard Ian Roofe give tips on the best way to propagate plants. Hardwood cuttings are best taken when the plant is dormant over the winter months. They need to be put into a slit trench in garden and may benefit from the use of hormone rooting powder. These generally take between six and twelve months to get a good root system. Softwood cuttings are best taken when the plant is in growth and will produce viable cuttings in a few weeks. Seed and cutting compost should be used and not multi-purpose. Division is a tried and tested way of getting half a dozen or more plants from a single parent and so is taking root cuttings. This is particularly good for oriental poppies, acanthus and ornamental thistle and ,once again, is a job for the dormant season.

Our next meeting at the Community Centre in Cromer is on Wednesday 14 May at 7.30pm. Frank Lambert, a nationally renowned fuchsia grower, will be giving advice on how to grow fuchsias for year round effect. Visitors are very welcome Cost £2. Two days later on the 16 May we will be having a plant sale at the Community Centre from 10 am to 1 pm. There are bound to be some bargains!



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Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society Choral Workshop, with Patrick Hawes Sat 17 May 11am – 4pm, Auden Theatre, Holt. Experience a composer’s insight into setting words to music and work with him on sections of his new commission, ‘Eventide’(In memoriam Edith Cavell). Open to singers & non singers. Adults £15 if booked by 30th April, thereafter £20, under 18s free Box Office 01263 713444 or Concert at St.Andrew's Methodist Church, Sheringham Fri 9 May 7pm Jubilate and St. Andrew's Fellowship Choirs and Maggie Warren (flute solos) Refreshments during interval Retiring collection for the Berea

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Afternoon Tea at 38 Clifton Park, Cromer Sat 24 May 2.30pm £2 plus raffle/sales table all proceeds towards Life for Ella-Grace Fund - come along and enjoy a pleasant afternoon Tel 01263 516835

Overstrand Bowls Club Open Afternoon 2pm-4pm Sat 3 May at the green on the Sports Ground at Overstrand. Residents of Overstrand and the surrounding area invited to free taster session, please come along and have a go. Flat shoes with no heels must be worn. Bowls of various sizes available. If 3 May is not suitable or you’d like further info contact Keith Fathers 01263 579730

Garage/Yard Sales in Trunch Mon 5 May 10am – 4pm - maps showing locations in village available from Trunch Village Stores

Northrepps School Fundraiser 10 May - Decoy Road band playing 50s, 60s and country music, Northrepps Village Hall. Buffet and raffle, all proceeds to Northrepps School. Tickets from the school, £5 in adv or £7 on the door. Doors open 7.30 pm

Events at Cromer Museum

GUIDED WALKS Suitable for adults and older children. Please call to book a place! Cost: £4 or £3 with Museums Pass.

West Rudham – the Neolithic Long Barrow Saturday 10 May 2pm-4pm Visit one of Norfolk’s earliest ceremonial monuments and learn about what prehistoric people would have seen in this landscape over five thousand years ago. Meet on the village green at East Rudham, outside the Crown Inn (PE31 8RD).

FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN - NIPPERS CLUB! New monthly sessions for parents and pre-school children, run with the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum. Tues 29 April 10.30-11.30am (at Henry Blogg Museum) Tues 13 May 10.30-11.30am (at Cromer Museum)

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NGS Gardens Open for Charity Garden Open at Chestnut Farm, West Beckham, Holt (follow Wheatsheaf signs near Sheringham Park from the A 148) Mon 5 to Thur 8 May 11am - 5pm £4.50, children free. Plants for sale, refreshments dogs on leads. Ample parking (weather permitting)

West Runton Bowls Club Open Day Sun 18 May 11am-4pm. Come and try the game at no cost. Refreshments served all day. All ages welcome. Dress – casual but smooth flat soled shoes must be worn

Fun Dog Show Royal British Legion Halsey House, 31 Norwich Road, Sat 24 May, doors open midday. £1 entry per class – Dog Most Like His Owner, Waggiest Tail, Temptation Alley, Best OAP, Cutest Pup, Best Fancy Dress and Best in Show. Craft stalls, cakes, refreshments, raffle. In aid of our Amenities Fund (charity no 219279)

Meet the Producers Market Sun 4 May, Village Square, Kelling Heath Holiday Park, 10am-2pm. Browse Norfolk clothing, crafts, fine foods &

Join us for some fun! Handle museum objects, make things, dress up and hear stories! To book, please call 01263 513543. Cost: £2.50 per child.

WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS Please call to book a place! Cost: £18 or £15 with a Museums Pass.

The Stones that Speak: exploring the stories and science behind Cromer Museum’s geology collection - Friday 2 May 10am-3pm Suitable for beginners, former curator and geologist Martin Warren will introduce Norfolk’s geology through illustrated presentation, specimen handling, stories and discussion.

Norfolk’s Deserted Villages - Friday 9 May 10am-3pm This popular workshop led by Ian Groves will examine some of Norfolk’s deserted villages and the reasons why people left.

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Art Exhibition by Cromer artist June Skinner ‘Summer Flowers &Jolly Ladies’ at NNDC Gallery at Holt Road, Cromer weekdays from 9am -5pm until 1 June

The Sheringham Singers Concert St.Nicholas Church Salthouse Sat 3 May 7.30pm Tickets £6, including refreshments, available at the door or from Ro Curtis 01263 768126

Live to Love Another Day featuring Velvet Will Reynolds performing his latest CD single. Special guest appearances by Cliff As If, the UK’s No 1 Cliff Richard Tribute Act, Clare Reynolds starring as Nancy in Oliver at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer Pier and Dance Attitude (choreographer Annamarie Sterne. CD on sale all in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance. Free Admission at Woodland Holiday Park, Trimingham on Saturday 10 May at 9pm. Meals served from 5.30pm until 9pm – booking advised

DROP-IN FAMILY EVENTS Crab & Lobster Festival - Saturday 17 May 1-4pm Museum admission charge only. As part of Cromer and Sheringham’s Crab & Lobster Festival, visit our fisherman’s cottage. Watch a fisherman’s step dancing performance by Fiona Davies and see traditional craft demonstrations. Museums at Night - Saturday 17 may 6-9pm FREE ENTRY! Visit after hours for this special evening opening, with family entertainment including a traditional magic lantern show, mini ghost walks and Victorian inspired crafts.

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Norwich Students’ Jazz Orchestra to Perform in Cromer

Cromer and Sheringham Rotary have booked the Norwich Students’ Jazz Orchestra to perform a charity fund-raising concert in Cromer. The event will take in Cromer Parish Church on Saturday, 3 May, starting at 7.30 pm. In aid of local charities, it will be the Club’s biggest fund-raising event this year and is aimed at attracting the widest possible audience. “The jazz orchestra marks a complete break from our traditional charity organ concerts and we hope it will appeal to young and old alike as well as a specialist following.” said Rotarian Debz Conisbee who arranged the booking. “They are very talented group and we are fortunate to have obtained their services in May.” The Norwich Students’ Orchestra was formed thirty years ago to give students in Norwich the opportunity to explore improvised music alongside the discipline of ensemble playing. This is an integral part of the instrumental tuition provided by the Norwich Music Service.

A number of players have benefitted enormously by working with top class jazz performers. Past students have gone on to become expert professional musicians working worldwide. The NSJO meets at St. Francis of Assisi School, Jessopp Road, Norwich. Membership is by Invitation only. Tickets for the Charity concert are £8 and available on the door. For more information contact Debz Conisbee on 07775744255 or Donald Mayes on 01263 761392


In the last of the present series, Cromer Music Evenings welcomes the return of the superb young pianist Kausikan Rajeshkumar to play at Templewood, Northrepps on Sunday 27 April.

Since Kausikan arrived as a last minute surprise replacement last season, he has been extremely busy. Just two weeks after thrilling us with his very first performance of Schumann’s Carnaval, he won the annual Royal College of Music Schumann Prize with the same piece.

Kausikan was born in London in 1990 and began playing when 7 years old and despite offers of scholarships to the top music colleges, preferred to read music at Cambridge University, graduating with First Class Honours. He has already been awarded numerous prizes and is in great demand performing at home and abroad and as all who have heard him play will know, he has a glittering future ahead of him. His programme will include Bach’s English Suite no. 5 in E minor, Beethoven’s Sonata in E major, Scriabin’s Sonata no. 2, op. 19 and the Barcarolle, op. 60 by Chopin.

Cromer Music Evenings feels honoured to hear him once more in Norfolk, as his career will undoubtedly soon take him to the greatest concert halls in the world. The concert is open to all and starts promptly at 3pm. Tickets sold at the door at Templewood, Frogshall, NR270LJ (easily found halfway between Northrepps and Southrepps villages). Contact Eddie & Tina Anderson, 01263 579400 Further details of the next series of concerts:

An evening of live music with the Sweetbeats! A newly formed collective of Cromer residents is about to kick-start its activities with an exhilarating night of live music. Renowned dancehall band the Sweetbeats will be bringing their joyful sounds to Cromer Community Centre on Friday 2 May, in aid of the Cromer Skate Park campaign.

‘Cromer Social Services’ is a group of Cromer residents united by the common aims of organising social events in the town while raising money for good causes at the same time. They describe themselves as ‘a motley and diverse bunch, but with a shared love of dancing’. The Sweetbeats are an eight-piece dancehall band who formed in 2003. Bringing colour, fun and style to their stage sets and their snapper dapper outfits, they are favourites on the dancehall circuit.

Cromer Social Services explained ‘This is a night for everyone who is up for a good dance in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. There is no dress code, and there are no cliques. Come along and experience Cromer Community Centre in a completely new light!’ Tickets cost £9 in advance from the ‘Wet Dog’ surf shop on Tucker Street, or £10 on the door.

You can find out more about Cromer Social Services on their FaceBook page, or by following them on Twitter: @CromerSocSer

The band plays rocksteady ska - the melodic, soulful ‘missing link’ between ‘60s upbeat ska and the chilled-down reggae of early ‘70s Jamaica. However, the Sweetbeats add a twist to every tune, with nutty noises, an occasional frosting of dub, and hints of Motown, Northern Soul and Dancehall to sweeten the sound even further. Guests are being invited to arrive for 8pm, when they can learn some of the original swing and jive dance moves, courtesy of Marlene’s School of Dance. They will get the opportunity to put their new moves into practice from 8.45pm, when the Sweetbeats take to the stage with a selection of original songs and classic rare grooves. The band’s heady mix of irresistible harmonies, luscious horns and deep dance beats is expected to keep the dancing going long into the night.

As well as fine live music, there will be DJs performing in-between sets, a raffle, and visuals in the form of films. There will be a bar selling both alcohol and soft drinks, and cakes will be available to keep energy levels high!


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Broken games consoles, Nintendo, Sony, Xbox in any state considered. Will collect locally. Mobile:07780649282 Can you help to save our songbirds? We need anything saleable for Songbird Survival (charity no 1085281). Tel 01692 400780 Any original items of Second World War Homefront / Norfolk / RAF / ARP / Home Guard items or memorabilia for a new display at the RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre opening this summer. Tel 07919 182990 Any donations of wool gratefully received. Whatever we receive will be knitted into baby hats to donate to the Norfolk and Norwich Premature Baby Unit or hats and gloves for the Christmas Shoebox Appeal. Please call 07796638020 or email Ercol nest of three tables rectangular shape tops Chantry style in Golden Dawn finish Tel 01263 826834 Records wanted for cash 50's/60's/70's/80's/90's demos acetates whole or part collections good prices paid for the right items - please could the gentleman from Beeston Regis get back in touch with me-Tel 07908 206743 Garden tiles/slabs preferably around 1ft x 1ft. Wheelbarrow. Will collect. Tel: 01263 510962/07765 560734 Records 45s 78s LPs cassettes CD singles only all considered Tel 01692 405756


Chocolate brown sofabed excellent condition used only for very occasional sleepovers paid nearly £400 for it, will accept £120 Tel 01263 833060 China cabinet glass doors side panels and shelf mirror at back interior light small teak effect cupboard below on castors size W83cms x D40 cms x H123cms £60 Tel 01263 822677 3 Jenny Winstanley pottery tabby cats with cathedral glass eyes sizes 2,3,+6 all signed £80. Tel 01263 824409 Golf bag travel bag used once £10. Metal frame & basket weave top table & 2 matching chairs £50. Sledge Xmas tree base £5. Dressing table mirror £10. Tel 01692 500733 Coffee table unusual design light wood with glass inserts £30. Large mirror in pinewood frame £20. Free shower doors for disabled shower with curtain and rail. 01263 824330 Miracle-gro soluble lawn food 2kg new £4 Homebase £10.3 x edging shears, edging iron, sprinkler, aerator, fan-shaped rake, cultivation hoe all £2 each. Assorted seed trays. Tel 01263 826964


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Hen house new and unused 44''x32'' suit 4-5 hens £85 Tel 01263 825515 12ft trampoline with pads and enclosure free to a good home good condition it's yours if you take it down and take it away! Tel 01692 407079 Portable Calor gas heater perfect working order and vgc £35 plus empty gas bottle Tel 01692 403981 Miracle-gro soluble lawn food 2kg new £4 Homebase £10. 3 x edging shears edging iron sprinkler aerator fan-shaped rake cultivation hoe all £2 each. Assorted seed trays. Tel 01263 826964 Dell Dimension 4600 desktop computer 17” flat panel screen plus Lexmark printer word processor photocopier in daily use upgrading to new PC £100 including brand new laser mouse Tel 01263 513186 Prestige non stick electric steamer vgc £12. Tower electric slow cooker with recipe booklet vgc £5. Waterproof bowls jacket 38-40 chest £12. Tel 01263 576781 Dishwasher Lamona iIntegrated style W45cm £40. Wedding dress white lace, size 8/10 long sleeve beautiful condition £60ono, TV corner stand black W31" x H20" £35ono Magazine rack mahogany £5. Tel 01263 823111 Haier 2cuft table top freezer good condition £20. Cannon Chichester gas double oven £50. Pine TV stand with storage space £5. Metal frame single bed and clean mattress £15. Tel 01692 409779 or 07967 497293 11 large adjustable brass spotlights for wall or ceiling including bulbs £95. Child's car seat £30. Booster £10. Artist's beech studio easel fully adjustable £75. Tel 01692 404407 Bundle reusable Motherease nappies one size cloth nappies liners and waterproof wraps good clean condition from a smoke & pet free home good selection of everything to get you started on washable nappies £ 40 Tel 01263 510962/07765 560734 Tomy soft child’s bed rail fold down blue as new in Argos £25 accept £10 Tel 01263 513077 Parker Knoll recliner chair newly recovered in dark blue any sensible offer Tel 01263 825626 High chair good condition clean interchangeable trays £20. Solid oak Old Charm dining table 3ft x 5.5ft closed 7ft3ins open £275. Tel 01692 403471 Large chest freezer excellent condition £50. Eckman electric telescopic hedge trimmer used once £130 when new accept £40. Tel 01263 720747 Chocolate brown sofabed excellent condition used only for very occasional sleepovers paid nearly £400 for it, will accept £120 Tel 01263 833060 Lawn bowls size 3 with bag £20ono. Karate suit size 5/180 £5. Tel 01692 407579 Two nearly new men's mountain bikes oiro £60 for both Tel 01263 510831 old wooden stacking trays size 3ft x 2ft approximately ideal for storage shed or rustic kitchen good condition £25 the lot or £5 each Tel 07818 135563 North Walsham after 5pm Continued on page 24...

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Stepping Stones Pre-School, based in a refurbished wing of Aldborough Primary School will be holding an Open Day on Saturday 17 May from 10am until 12noon. There will be fun activities for children and an opportunity to look around the Pre-School and the School. There will also be an opportunity to chat with current parents and staff at Stepping Stones. Everyone is welcome to drop in, so if you have a child or grandchild who is between 2.5-5 years, or would just like to find out more, we would love to see you!

During their sessions, children at Stepping Stones have access to our enclosed outside area at all times of the day, where they can enjoy the sand, water, mud kitchen or make

a spaceship out of milk crates. We also go to our lovely garden to ride on the bikes, play on the climbing frame and check on our raised beds and wildlife area.

Inside, the children may find a treasure island in the sand tray, strawberry scented playdough and a post office in the role-play area. For the creative, there is everything from paint and junk modelling to dressing-up and musical instruments.

For further information about the Open Day or about Stepping Stones Pre-School please contact us on 01263 768766 or visit

Children aged three years and over are entitled to government funding and can access up to five free Thank you to anyone who came to the Farmers Market in April, we sessions per week. had a fantastic turn out, and there was a really lovely atmosphere, with a large amount of bacon rolls sold!

Stepping Stones Farmers Markets

If you haven’t been able to come to the Farmers Market recently, it is definitely worth taking a look, as we have a variety of new stall holders with some wonderful produce.

We were very excited to welcome Dover Farm Nurseries with a fantastic array of garden and vegetable plants and a wonderful new fish stall, as well as our new cheese seller, La Sabrosa Continental, with an incredible variety of different cheeses. Our old favourites are still there, selling beautiful pork, chicken, lamb, chutneys, jams, bread and the famous pies from Mr Kew!



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If you are interested in having a stall, please contact Julie on 768616. Thank you for your support Stepping Stones

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North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection

Patsy, the little kitten with bladder problems, has now been given a clean bill of health and is available for homing. At her final visit to the vets a urine sample indicated she was now completely clear of crystals in her bladder and after a few more days on her special food she will be able to revert to ordinary cat food.

Towards the latter part of last year we had an e-mail from a young lady called Shar at the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society advising us she was in charge of nominating the charities they help and asking if there was any way they could help us. Although restricted in what they can donate she wondered whether we needed any equipment or cat carriers. We responded by saying that we would be delighted for any Stephanie with Shar and David on their visit to Dilham help they could offer and after visiting Shar at her workplace were able to advise her how much money various items cost if obtained from our a description and photographs of the cats before giving us a call on the suppliers. At the beginning of the year Shar was very happy to tell us above number to find out where any particular cat is being fostered. If, that our request for help had been successful and she had a cheque for however, you are interested in receiving help to neuter your cat/kitten £259 for us to purchase the equipment. These items were duly purchased please ring 07880 256948 (to see if you are eligible for a voucher). and Shar, together with her work colleague David, came down to Dilham recently to formally hand the equipment over to us. The cat trap and restraining basket have already been out on loan to catch two feral cats that have been caught, neutered and returned to site, the cat basket with its distinctive red May is a busy month for us at Miramar Vets as its RAW (Rabbit Awareness Week) and Nahandle has also been used to transport tional VN month (Veterinary Nursing awareness) and we are launching our new puppy socialicats at Dilham to the vets and we are sation course at Sheringham surgery. We will be holding various events both in Practice to especially delighted with the new promote these important topics. “halo” microchip scanner which not only reads the chip number but can also All new Puppy Parties!! tell us if the cat has been reported as We are delighted to be working alongside Dave Brice dog missing and provides us with a contact behaviourist to provide our clients and their new puppies number to reunite it with its owner. We the opportunity to get off to a fantastic start by attendhope that Shar and David enjoyed their ing one of our puppy socialisation courses. The courses will visit to Dilham, meeting the cats in care run for 4 consecutive weeks and cover various topics such there and learning a little more about as socialisation, nutrition and preventative health care as the work that we do and that they are well as some tips for training and obedience. Puppies must have been given their first able to come and visit us again when vaccination before they are able to attend. This course does incur a fee and will be held at we have one of our events there. We our Sheringham surgery on a Thursday morning at 11am. We estimate the course session to enjoyed meeting them both.


If you are looking for a cat or kitten please give Stephanie a call on 01692 535858. Alternatively you can visit for

Poetry Corner He held me by the hand And taught me how to live In the sun and the rain. When to watch and not to act. When to act and not to watch. He let my hand go when, And only when, the time Was right to let me be What I could be. He saw my Mistakes and caught me when I fell. And later, when The apron strings and reins We're broken he watched Me from afar, As I do now as my Children tug at their strings.

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Rabbit clinics will be held in conjunction with RAW, they are FREE and you will bepresented with a certificate of health for your happy hopper! Come and see one of our qualified nurses for a head to toe health check as well as advice on preventing fly strike which we need to look out for as the weather improves. See our website forl details of this offer Sign up to PHP with your rabbit in May and get a complimentary £5 M & S voucher RAW talk on Dietary Requirements of the Rabbit by Natalie Mcall RVN. We will be holding an informal talk about feeding your rabbit on 14th May at 7.30pm at our Sheringham surgery. Must ring to book as places are limited. As part of VN month we are promoting our nurse run clinics which are FREE and offer a range of services and advice. Please see for full details.

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No 1 Composer to present Masterclass at Auden Theatre “Never before have I been so moved by my own writing”. With these amazing words

internationally acclaimed composer Patrick Hawes introduced over 100 members of Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society to the music which they have commissioned him to write to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War.

A few days ago, closely followed by BBC television cameras (in preparation for a report later in the year), Mr Hawes took time out from a very busy schedule talking about his latest album Angel which is currently number one in

Called Eventide this 45 minute choral work will be performed for the first time in Norwich Cathedral on Saturday 12 July with the English Chamber Orchestra and soprano soloist Elin Manahan Thomas.

Prior to the world premiere performance Patrick Hawes will lead a Workshop in the Auden Theatre on Saturday 17 May. He will talk about the process of composing, referring in particular to Eventide. There will be opportunities for those who wish to sing sections of the new work. This will be a unique opportunity to learn direct from one of the world’s leading composers. There are FREE places available for school children – for further information contact

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the classical music charts. He took the choir through its paces to learn not just how to sing this beautiful music but also properly understand why he has chosen to commemorate the life of Norfolk’s very own First World War heroine Edith Cavell. Many of the sacred texts chosen by his poet-priest brother Rev Andrew Hawes

(who compiled the libretto) were clearly close to the heart of nurse Cavell when she was in prison in Belgium awaiting execution. These are sung alongside quotations from her letters to her family and her nurses. The whole experience is very poignant and moving.

Bob Cumber, chairman of the Society, said “None of this would have been possible without invaluable grants for the arts from Arts Council England, North Norfolk District Council Big Society Fund and the Ernest Cook Trust. Every member of the choir is hugely excited about this once in a lifetime project and greatly looking forward to sharing this wonderful music at the workshop and premiere performances.”

Workshop tickets are available from the Auden Theatre Box Office 01263 713444 at just £15 (just state Rose Villa offer when booking). Tickets for the world premiere in Norwich Cathedral can be obtained from the Theatre Royal Box Office 01603 630000 or via For more details visit

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The shop stocks a wonderful range of fabrics, hand made buttons, kits, beads, jewellery, beautiful artwork and gifts. They hold an extensive range of workshops/classes in their studio, both one day and courses of up to eight weeks. Classes for beginners and workshops held for more advanced students, art classes and polymer clay, make your own jewellery, buttons, mosaic and much more.

In addition to classes they are able to offer sewing machine repairs, servicing and long arm quilting.

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Winners of Cromer’s Firework photography competition are announced!

The winners of the 2014 New Year’s Day Fireworks photography competition have been announced.

2015 and he also receives a Toshiba Tablet prize donated by electrical store Bennetts.

In total over 90 entries were received from across England to the adult and junior categories for the competition which celebrates Cromer’s New Year’s Day celebrations.

The judges, who also included EDP Photographer Antony Kelly, fireworks committee members Jim Bond and Tony Shipp, Manager of Bennetts in Cromer Simon Morton, photographer David Morris and Cromer Major David Pritchard, were impressed by the quality of entries.

the event in one stunning and colourful image. Well done and congratulations to Steve”.

Entries to the competition were received from as far and wide as Lancashire, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and locations across Norfolk proving just how popular the event is to visitors and locals alike.

Second place went to last year’s winner Mark Bunning from Watton, third place went to Robert Hubbard from Brandon in Suffolk and fourth place went to Michael Muscroft from Sprowston in Norwich.

Chairman of the fireworks committee Jim Bond said "once again there was a very high standard of entries making it very difficult to choose a winner, the quality of many was exceptional. It just goes to show what a fantastic setting we have in Cromer for this annual firework display".

Antony Kelly said “New Year’s Day started out a bit wet and windy but luckily as the day progressed the rain passed and it became a very mild, clear evening, which was perfect for the photographers out there, amateur and professional alike, to really take to the challenge of getting that great shot”.

He commented “Technically there’s a lot to consider when taking photos of fireworks so composition is often a second thought, but many of this year’s entries showed people had taken the time to think about the best places to set up their camera…which made the judge’s job very difficult. So difficult in fact we had to have four in the final and all deserving of a place on the podium”. First place, and winner of the adult category, went to Steve Hone of March in Cambridgeshire. Steve who was visiting Cromer especially to see the fireworks is a regular visitor to the town. Steve’s winning image will be transformed into the official event poster for

First place Steve Hone

Steve said “I'm absolutely delighted! I was persuaded to enter the competition and left it to the last day, so to win is a massive boost. I come to Cromer fairly regular, more in the summer months though, as it's nice to come for a wander and grab some fish n chips and just take in everything sitting on the pier. The summer events I try to get to, but the New Years Firework display is an absolute must, there is a great friendly atmosphere around the town, and an amazing display to finish things off”.

In the Junior category first place in the 12-16 age category went to Tessa Gibson of Cromer who wins a Nexus tablet from electrical retailer Bennetts.

In the 11 and under category first place as won by Sian Clarke from Cromer who wins a 4” Scroll tablet from Bennetts Electrical.

All the entries can be viewed on the events Facebook page ‘New Year’s Day Fireworks, Cromer’.

Judge Antony Kelly said of the winning image “I think all the judges agreed that the winning photo really did have everything ‘right’ about it. Technically spot on and great composition, it captures the tone of


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Some Poppyland Visitors – the Farjeons. Tuesday 29 April 11am-12noon A talk with pictures – part of the Norfolk Narratives promotion. Free event – no booking required. Norfolk Narratives Norfolk Library and Information Service is celebrating Norfolk: its people, places and stories, as its latest Great Big Read brings together a selection of titles with the uniting theme of Norfolk. Launching on 12 April and running through to 19 May 2014, Norfolk Narratives will be showcasing books set in Norfolk’s diverse landscapes. Libraries will be hosting talks by local authors and events that tie in with the county theme. Communities will have the chance to rediscover their local area, read collectively and share the narratives that bind us together. Featured titles include both fiction and non-fiction so there is something for everyone. Titles are available in a range of different formats including large print, audio books, eBooks and eAudio books. For a list of all the titles featured in Norfolk Narratives, as well as a variety of online content, please visit This also includes links to book reviews, social media content and recommendations sent in from communities around Norfolk. A full list of events can also be found on the website. REGULAR EVENTS Age UK drop-in advice desk - Second Thursday of each month 10am -12pm. A volunteer from Age UK North Norfolk will be available to offer 1:1 advice and information. No appointment needed.

Cromer Carers Cafe - First Thursday of each month 1pm – 3pm Do you look after a relative, neighbour or friend who is ill, disabled, has a mental health problem or a learning disability? If the answer is yes, then you are a carer. Relax, meet new people, enjoy activities and guest speakers. No booking required, contact Carers Forum 01603 219924 for more details

Saturday Storytime - Second Saturday of each month 11am – 12pm Come along to the library for stories and activities for younger children and families.

Poetry Appreciation Group - Second Thursday of each month 2pm start. Explore and enjoy a variety of poetry with our group, concentrating on established poems and understanding well-known poets. For more information contact Ann (01263) 761508 Enterprise North Norfolk Business Start-up Advice - Are you thinking about starting a business? Why not talk your ideas through with an experienced Business Adviser at Cromer Library. A Business Adviser will be at the library on Tuesday 6th May between 10am and 1pm for free pre-booked appointments. To arrange a meeting e-mail or telephone (01263) 569360. For more information visit

Family History Drop In group - First Saturday of each month 10am – 12pm. Keen to research your family tree but not sure where to start? Our drop in sessions are for anyone interested in researching their family history

Family history help - Tuesdays 2pm – 4pm. Individual 1 hour advice sessions from our family history volunteer for anyone new to family history. (max 2 sessions per person), using ancestry online library edition. Please call the library to book a place. Crime Scene - Second Monday of each month 6pm – 7pm. A book group for lovers of crime fiction. Please call for details.

Council at your Library - Delivering council information at your library We have information on local services, leaflets, free access to councils and advice websites, a free-phone helpline to County, District and town councils, non-emergency police service, Citizens Advice, Age UK, Jobseekers Direct, Consumer Advice and Housing. REGULAR SPECIAL OFFERS Happy Fridays All day every Friday – 2 for 1 offer on DVD and music CD hire (1 top title per offer) Saturday Special - £1 off the hire of all console games. Cromer Library, Prince of Wales Road, Cromer, NR27 9HS 01263 512850

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Canaan Christian Centre

Nine years ago the Canaan Christian Centre in Sheringham was given a large property in Hungary on a 99 year lease.

Forty residents, mothers and their children stay in Kanaan Haz, the daughter project of Cannan, Sheringham. It was extensively renovated and took five years to turn the building from a ruin to a beautiful centre with en suite facilities for each family. However, there is always a waiting list as abuse is a big problem.

Many teams of all ages from Sheringham and Cromer have been to Hungary to work on this project which is being extended to take more families.

The garage sale held at the Canaan centre in Holt Road, Sheringham on Saturdays (weather permitting) is supporting this venture and all monies raised through the Saturday sales will be donated to this project. The money is taken to Hungary by the Project Manager, Brian Anderson who has overseen the project since its beginning. He is taking out teams in August and is in Hungary at present taking photos and establishing their needs. No money is ever taken out for administration or travel. Thank you to all who give us items to sell and to those who come and buy. Evelyn Smith, Director Please telephone 01263 478372 for further information.

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An Appeal from Sheringham & Cromer Lions Club

The Sheringham & Cromer Lions are appealing for help on behalf of the victims of the devastating flooding that hit Walcott, Bacton and Happisbugh in December 2013.

One house was completely lost in Happisbugh and at least 100 homes and 12 businesses in Walcott and Bacton were badly affected by flood damage and the high winds that battered our coast at this time. Flood water surged one and a half mile in land.

The amount of work that still needs to be done is huge. There have been a few homes repaired but of those that have been damaged the householder will not be able to return home before Christmas this year. Some residents today are still without running water and electricity.

The Walcott, Bacton & Happisbugh Communities Flood Relief Group have organised support to help families who are unable to get back into their homes but there is still much more to be done and this costs time and money.

If you can help by donating money please send cheques to Lion Brian Harris, 22 Hannah Close, Sheringham NR268AY . Cheques should be made payable to Sheringham & Cromer Lions Club (Fundraising Account) and please write Floods Appeal on the reverse side. All donations large or small would be gratefully accepted. For more information or offers of help please telephone 01263 821276 or email

We wish to point out that any monies donated will go direct to the The Walcott, Bacton & Happisbugh Communities Flood Relief Group and not via any third party. The money donated to the Flood Relief Group will be go towards purchasing items that may be required for the victims plus materials to assist with the repairs of the houses and caravans. We do not know exactly how many victims had house &/or buildings insurance but we do know that some definitely cannot get insurance cover. It is also understood that the victims may be able to claim for a Government Grant but this will be for future flood defences and not for the current flood damage repairs.

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The Strand Club, Overstrand

Members enjoyed a nostalgic afternoon on 9 April. Jacky, our new Chairman, had written a very entertaining poem about things we remember - from Muffin the Mule to skipping ropes. It was funny and thought-provoking. Jean brought along some poignant cards, photographs and other memorabilia from the First World War and Josie an identity card and some shopping coupons. We talked about gas street lighting and admired a plaque given in memory of a much-loved dog. Chris brought a forerunner of a slide viewer given to her mother when a child in the hope of winning the love of her aunt. It didn't work! It set us all talking and laughing and was a popular choice of activity.

Josie had arranged for a cut glass wine goblet to be engraved as a token of our love and gratitude to Joyce, our retiring Chairman. We had so many contributions that we were also able to buy her a bottle of sherry and a gorgeous bouquet of flowers. Josie made a beautiful card which we all signed. A group of us then visited Joyce after the meeting and made the presentation. She was surprised and delighted with her presents and enjoyed the visit too.

Our meeting on 14 May will be our Spring Lunch. The meeting begins at 1 pm and will also include a quiz and a tabletop sale. We shall then enjoy a ploughman's plate followed by trifle. Most members wishing to come have already paid their £5 but those who haven't are asked to get the payment to Josie as soon as possible so that she can shop for the food!

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We meet on the second Wednesday of every month except August in the Methodist Church in Overstrand. The meetings begin at 2.30pm and we are always delighted to see visitors, whose entry fee of £1.50 covers tea, biscuits and a raffle prize.

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The guest speaker was Daniel Adams of One Traveller Holidays, based in Swaffham, which specialises in holidays for mature lone travellers. Daniel explained some of the features of their holidays that make them particularly suited to people wishing to travel on their own but enjoy the security and company of a group. His talk contained many interesting and amusing anecdotes from his career in the travel industry and was delivered in an informal style.

The next meeting is on 6 May, which is an opportunity for members to bring their wives and other guests, either male or female. The speaker will be Greg Powles, who currently presents an afternoon show on weekdays for Radio Norwich. Fortunately, we booked him before he started this, so he is taking a day off especially to come to talk to us. His talk is rather mysteriously called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not what you think it isâ&#x20AC;?- not much of a clue to the content but Greg is an experienced writer and performer who will surely entertain us on the day.

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The last of our winter season of talks focused on the career of Sir Edgar Speyer, a figure well known to visitors to Sea Marge in Overstrand, built by Speyer in 1902 as a holiday home. Speyer was the head of the House of Speyer, a well known merchant bank in pre-1914 London and his remarkable career was outlined to an audience of over 70 by Professor Tony Lentin from Cambridge University. Speyer was the man responsible for saving from bankruptcy the company that was building the London underground system at the end of the 19th century. When the company financing the Proms seasons in London went bust Speyer stepped in and with the help of Henry Wood allowed the world famous series of concerts to continue. Speyer helped to finance Captain Scott’s expeditions to Antarctica and when Scott’s body was eventually found included in his possessions was a letter the explorer had written to Speyer thanking him for his support. Speyer helped to support Poplar Hospital in East London and worked there every Tuesday afternoon. He helped to finance Whitechapel Art Gallery, also in East London, so that working men and women could appreciate fine art. Speyer’s reward for his philanthropy was to be hounded out of the country when the First World War began. Although he was

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CROMER TOWN COUNCIL NORTH LODGE PARK, OVERSTRAND ROAD, CROMER, NR27 0AH Telephone 01263 512254 email Mayor Cllr. David Pritchard

Contacts: Julie Chance, Town Clerk Janet Warner, Deputy Town Clerk (Office hours Mon, Weds, Thurs & Fri 10.00 – 13.00)

Dates of Meetings: Tues 29 April, 7pm - Works & General Purposes Committee Thur 01 May, 7pm - Planning Transportation & Environment Committee Tues 06 May, 7pm – Strategy & Finance Committee Mon 19 May, 7pm – Cromer Town Council Tues 20 May, 7pm – Promotions & Development Committee Thur 29 May, 7pm – Planning Transportation & Development Committee Members of the public are welcome at all meetings which are held at North Lodge unless stated otherwise. Agendas and minutes of meetings are available from the Town Council website

CASUAL VACANCY A casual vacancy has arisen on Cromer Town Council. Details are

available from Electoral Services at NNDC and will be available on the Town Noticeboards.

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING Cromer Parish Hall, Weds 30 April, 7.00pm to 9.30pm (doors open 6.30pm) Welcome by the Mayor of Cromer Information in respect of the turning off of street lighting after midnight. Guest Speakers: Mr Brian Farrow – Cromer’s Sea Defences and Mr Rik Martin – Norfolk Rural Community Council, Poorland Trusts Questions to Councillors Presentation of Grants Cromer Honours & Commendation Awards

TOWN COUNCIL OFFICE CLOSED – Friday 02 May 2014 Please note that the Town Council office will be closed on Friday 02 May 2014 for staff training purposes.

FLYING OF CROMER TOWN FLAG FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Members of the public wishing to mark a special birthday or anniversary are now able to arrange for the Cromer Town Flag to be flown on the flagpole in Cromer Churchyard. A fee of £25 will be charged and all proceeds will go towards the repair/replacement of Cromer’s WWI War Memorial. Details will be tweeted on the Town Council Twitter page @north_lodge on the day the flag is flown. Application forms are available from the Town Council Office, by email to and will also be available on the Town Council Website.

Making a Splash with Special Olympics Norfolk

Norfolk’s Special Olympics group is making waves with the launch of a new swimming section adding to the growing range of sports it offers.

Open to children and adults with intellectual disabilities as well as offering volunteering opportunities, the new group will be meeting every Sunday at Wymondham Leisure Centre from 5pm to 6pm.

“The new group will give keen swimmers the chance to compete regionally, nationally and internationally, and provide them with a lot of fun as well as exercise,” explained Special Olympics Norfolk volunteer co-ordinator

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Kay Bailey.

Special Olympics was founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the sister of President John F Kennedy, who believed that the Olympic ideals of sport could give confidence and new hope to people with learning disabilities as well as to those who cared for them. Special Olympics now reaches over 4.2 million athletes in 170 countries worldwide.

For more details contact swim coordinator Jan Walmsley on 07717533422 or


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…where the spring clean was very successful. A large number of club members were at the green laying the matting in the ditches, staining and painting benches, trimming grass, clearing pathways and much much more. A number of ladies kept the workers outside on and around the green fortified with tea, coffee and the unmissable bacon rolls. The previous week had seen the final of John the Birders quiz which saw the team of Edna Bunkle, Tom Bunkle, Keith Pantling and Peter Bird triumph by only some 5 points over Sally Tipple, Roger Tipple, Pat Pantling and Roger Purser. A very close final all the way through and a well organised evening with supporters staying to the bitter end. Thank you all. Edna will have held her final quiz by the time you read this. Next winter season we have been promised yet another quiz master as Jack the Painter has come forward as a volunteer, now that will be a challenge for us all, thanks Jack. Also the Wednesday short mat bowls came to an end with organiser John once again winning the competition for the Short Mat Cup. Keith had a fishing day at his favourite fishing lake and claims to have caught 31 fish.


The first competitive WIDE VARIETY OF GIFTS game on the green will be one of our SOUVENIRS and CARDS regular Spoon Drives. These NEW LINES ARRIVING REGULARLY strangely named competitions are 4 GARDEN STREET, CROMER based on the triples game. The teams of three are drawn for team and position for each of three separate games of 7 ends each. Players keep their own individual scores and the player/players with the best shot difference are declared the winner/s. The ladies of the club will be congregating on the green on the afternoon of Wednesday 30th April for what has become known as their ‘Chummy afternoon’. President Bernice will be trying out her new green bowls brought back specially from Australia and I am sure will be pleased to see our new lady members joining in the afternoon play. During the next two weeks it is mostly league matches being played on the green. The first club friendly is in fact away from home at CMB BC at Wisbech on Sunday 11th May. The club will be organising a coach for the trip and a number of non-playing club members will come along to support the team. Morning roll ups continue as do the free Friday evenings on the green for anyone who would like to come along and try out the game. And so to that list of the matches being played on the green that you may wish to come and watch, and support. Saturday 26 April 2pm Spoon Drive: Club competition Tuesday 29 April 6.45pm Cromer Crabs v Sheringham Morley: Federation League Wednesday 30 April 2pm Ladies Open Afternoon Wednesday 30 April 6.30pm Reepham Nomads: Hansells League Tuesday 6 May 6.45pm Cromer Crows v Blakeney Rebels: Federation League Thursday 8 May 2pm Suffield Park ‘A’: NANSA League Monday 12 May 2pm Cawston: NANSA League Peter Bird ............. 01263 512120

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