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Issue no 565 May 11th 2019

School seeks old photos and uniform for 70th celebrations A Cromer school is on the hunt for photos and uniforms from years gone by as it gets ready to celebrate its 70th anniversary.

The memorabilia will go on display at Cromer Academy – previously known as Cromer High School and Cromer Secondary Modern School – which this summer is marking 70 years of educating the town’s young people.

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School seeks old photos and uniform for 70th celebrations

Continued from front cover... A day of celebrations will take place on Saturday 6 July with staff, pupils, and families past and present invited to come and meet old friends, share memories, and view the exhibition.

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Aylsham Open Gardens Weekend a record number of private gardens will be open for the public to enjoy in aylsham over the weekend of 1 and 2 June. seventeen are open on saturday and 19 on sunday.

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Cromer Marrams Bowls Runton Road - outdoor green. Open every day mid-April to end of September, 10am. roll-ups, friendly and league matches. All equipment can be provided. Contact 01263 511155 Seniors’ Swimming Club for over 55s at Gresham school. Monday 8.30am to 9.30am. Wednesday 8.30 am to 9.30am. Friday 12noon to 1pm. For full details please phone Patricia Poole (secretary) on 01263 860664 or e mail teazle1@btinternet.com. Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society is open to singers of all voices and abilities without audition. Two week free trial. Rehearsals every Monday in term time, 7pm to 9pm, at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Sheringham. Contact 01263 711087, email sccssec@gmail.com or check website for details www.sheringhamandcromerchoral.co.uk. You can be assured of a warm welcome Cromer Suffield Park Bowls Club for outdoor lawn bowls. New members welcome. £15 membership and £3 green fees. Informal roll ups on Saturdays at 10am. Bill Brodie on 01263 514691 www.suffieldparkbowls.club Cromer Suffield Park Bowls Club - Prize Bingo monthly May to September on Fridays at 7.30pm - bar, raffle, all welcome. Club house available to hire - licensed bar, catering. Bill Brodie on 01263 514691 www.suffieldparkbowls.club Cromer Suffield Park Bowls Club Cash Bingo every Sunday eyes down at 7.30pm Alcoholics Anonymous meets regularly in North Walsham and Cromer. Anyone who wants to stop drinking is welcome to attend these meetings. The North Walsham meetings start at 8pm on every Monday Wednesday and Saturday at the Methodist Church (via the entrance on Bank Loke NR29 9JH). The Cromer meetings are every Tuesday and Friday at 7pm for 7.15pm at Cromer Methodist Church Hall, Hall Road NR27 9DT. The AA helpline is 01603 621 128 West Runton Scout Group meet on Mondays Scouts 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Tuesdays Cubs 6pm – 7.30pm and Thursdays Beavers 6pm – 7.15pm. If interested email westrunton(section)@gmail.com or cardanih@gmail.com REME Association Cromer & District Branch meetings first Wednesday of each month at Halsey House, Norwich Road, Cromer. Ex REME and other military personnel always welcome 01263 512450 Macmillan Neighbour Cancer Support Drop-in Centre 3rd Thursday every month 2pm – 4pm at St Martins Church Hall, Cromer Road, Overstrand NR27 0NY– join us for a chat or come along to discuss problems that you may be having – everybody very welcome. No charge and free refreshments! If you require any specific information please let us know and we will try to find out for you – there is help available and what we don’t know we will certainly try to find out. Tel 07908 061781 Roughton Under 5s Playgroup open Monday to Thursday 9am – 3pm Friday 9am – 12 noon during term time. Ofsted registered. Funded places for 3 & 4 year olds, 2 year olds funded or £10.50 per session. For more details contact 01263 761801 or www.roughtonunder5s.co.uk Come singing for fun and better lung health : Singing for Breathing class, Sheringham Community Centre, every Friday at 2.30pm for tea/coffee and singing from 3pm - 4pm, £4 per person requested (voluntary donation). All ages and abilities welcome including people with lung conditions or other health issues/disabilities. Queries: tina@playingforcake.uk or 07771605188 The White Eagle Lodge North Norfolk Group meets at the Friends Meeting House, Mundesley Road, near Swafield , North Walsham NR28 0RF at 2.45pm for 3pm on 3rd Sunday of each month (excluding January & August) for worship/meditation. You are welcome to join us. Visit www.whiteagle.org for details West Runton Scout Group meet on Mondays Scouts 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Tuesdays Cubs 6pm – 7.30pm and Thursdays Beavers 6pm – 7.15pm. If interested in joining please email westrunton(section)@gmail.com or cardanih@gmail.com PILATES sessions at Erpingham Village Hall, Mondays 9.30am - 10.20am (term-time only). Fully qualified instructor. £5 per session or £4 in advance. More info from erpinghamleisurehub@gmail.com

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Next of Kin Appeal – Brian Veal

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CROMER FLOWER CLUB Our demonstrator this month was Jenni Baker and her subject ‘Sticks and Stuff’.

Her first design was in a willow basket fashioned out of twigs, and filled with skimmia, bay, conifer and saponaria, her flowers were apricot stocks and avantique roses in cream tinged with red, as well as rosemary and gerberas. While filling the basket she told us how she was risking her house by leaving four month old puppy with her older dog and a visit by someone to let them out mid-afternoon!

The next arrangement was in a metal stand with greenery hiding the oasis and completed with orange lilies, mario roses, salmon gerberas and blue delphiniums.

Her third design was in a rather grand statue with rubus, tricola, spruce to both sides. The centre was filled with lisianthus, white statice, a few white carnations. Lovely bridal wreath and arum italicum.

The next arrangement was in a plump wooden

pot found in her new shed which, as is the way with sheds, is now completely full. The pot was adorned with aspidistra leaves, contorted hazel, box, chrysanthemums, statice and protea.

After we were refreshed with tea and biscuits we admired her arrangement in a metal trough which was greened with box, laurel and choisya. Pink aqua roses, antique carnations. purple gerberas and spray chrysanthemums made a unusual design. Jenni is an unusual person as for her birthday she was given a Massey Ferguson tractor which she uses for charity work, well done her!

pink carnations anthuriums and ivy leaves.

The vote of thanks was given by Anne Goozee. The best in show competition winner was Jenny Pawson. She ‘Sprung into Spring with a pretty arrangement of pussy willow, mascara, grape hyacinth, tulips and dog tooth lily.

Our next meeting is at Northrepps Country Hotel at 11am on 15 May when the demonstrator will be Gill McGregor who is brilliant. Tickets are available by phoning 01263 513408.

Her last design was on a metal grid with dried palm leaves, green palm leaves, apricot stocks, salmon

Aylsham Singers’ Spring Concert

Following a recent recruitment drive, several new members have joined the Aylsham Singers choir and are now looking forward to performing in a Spring Concert on 18 May.

The title of this concert is ‘Beyond the Sea’. It will include a wide range of songs by popular composers and other less well-known but, nonetheless, lovely songs. In addition to performances by the full choir, there will be soloist and instrumental pieces. Proceeds from this concert are being donated to ‘Shelter’ - a charity aimed at supporting the homeless.

Viv Cairns, Musical Director, rehearsing some of ‘The Aylsham Singers’ Later in the year, the Aylsham Singers will also be involved in recording a charity single to help raise further funds for ‘Shelter’.

The Aylsham Singers’ Spring Concert is being held at St Michael’s Church, Aylsham on Saturday 18 May from 7.30pm. Tickets (£8) will be available from JB Postle & Son Ltd, Market Place, Aylsham.

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If any readers would be interested in joining the choir, they would be welcomed at one of the weekly rehearsals. These are held on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at St John’s Catholic Church, White Hart Street, Aylsham.

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North Norfolk Country Fair 26 & 27 May at George Weston Community Field, Weybourne 10am to 4pm Entry £4 adults, under 15s free. Sunday – all day arena entertainment, have a go at archery and a climbing wall. Monday musical entertainment: Fun Dog Show. Dog Agility Arena. Both days Barton House miniature railway rides, 2 large marquees with arts, crafts, local food and drink stalls, Outside trade stands , Children’s rides and games, Classic cars, Military display , Car boot area, Refreshments, bar and hot food caterers, And much, much more! Contact Karen 07775 741752 or email karen.wr@hotmail.co.uk Organised by Weybourne Community Fund, registered charity Bring and Buy on Bank Holiday Monday 27 May in Langham Churchyard 10am-12noon admission free. If the weather is inclement, we will be inside the church. There will be the usual coffee morning stalls and refreshments. If anyone would like to bake a cake or bring along books,

gifts, bric-a-brac or a raffle prize, all will be gratefully received. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. We look forward to seeing you. Roadside parking. Facilities available in the Village Hall

rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards. Car park, refreshments, level access. www.thorpemarket.org.uk

Singers Alert Sheringham & Cromer Choral Society rehearsals have only just started. If you would like to join us to sing Brahms’ German Requiem (in German) with some Elgar, now would be a good time. No auditions, two free rehearsals. Mondays 7pm – 9pm at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Sheringham 01263 711087 info@sheringhamandcromerchoral.co.uk

Art Exhibition/Sale Saturday 25 to Monday 27 May at Smallburgh Village Hall (NR12) 10am-4.30pm daily. Reasonably priced original artwork, prints and greeting cards in various medium by local artists. Cash sales only. Free admission and parking

Open Studios at Thorpe Market Church Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June - open daily. weekdays 10am – 5pm Sundays 11.30am – 6pm. EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists. They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church. They are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide Open Studios event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag

Tea Dance at North Walsham Community Centre on Monday 13 May 2pm to 4.30pm admission £3 inc refreshments. Everyone welcome

North Walsham and Aylsham District Skylarks first and fourth Wednesday each month 11am 12:30pm - fun, community singing workshop at Sacred Hearts Church Hall, North Walsham - enjoy singing with others while improving your general health. Everyone welcome! £4 voluntary donation (including

refreshments). No need to book. This group is affiliated to Sing to Beat Parkinson’s. Enquiries to louise@playingforcake.uk 07841 522601

A Celebration of Flowers in Norfolk’s quaintest and possibly smallest village hall in Suffield NR11 7EW to a theme of ‘The Great Outdoors’ Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 10am – 4.30pm plus the best smelling rose judged by you! Teas and yummies all day. Entry £1. ‘Bet you never knew it existed!’ Sorry no coaches. All proceeds to village hall funds

Spring Sale in Aid of North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection to be held on Saturday 11 May, in St Benets Hall, North Walsham, 9.30am – 12.30pm. We will be selling Cats Protection goods plus craft and new items. There will also be a cake stall, raffle, tombola, bric a brac, books and jigsaws. Light refreshments will also be available. Please come and support us.

Model Railway Open Day

Broadland Model Railway Club is hosting an Open Day on Sunday 26 May at Hoveton Village Hall, 30 Stalham Rd, Hoveton, Norwich NR12 8DU from 10.30am until 3.30pm.

Virtually all our Club layouts and two or three members layouts will be on display including Broad Oak – OO, Castle Broad – 009, Herrington – N , Shadbolts Wharf – O, Scaranish – N, South Repps – O-16.5, Broadfield – OO and Oma Park – N.

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Some of these layouts are fully complete, others are under various stages of construction. We will also be having demonstrations of DCC, hand-built track laying and our ‘Loco Doctor’ will be on hand to check visitors’ own locos. This is a great opportunity for visitors to see what we do and how we do it.

There will be a second hand stall with books and various railway item, light refreshments and there is ample free parking. Admission is £3 for adults, concessions £2, 12 and under free

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Photography Exhibition at Norfolk Wildlife Trust Centre

An exhibition of landscape photography by local photographer, Paul Burnham will be held at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust Centre in Cley from 15 May until 28 May, 10am - 5pm daily.

Paul trained as a photographer then changed career to work as a warden on nature reserves throughout England and Wales using his photography to help illustrate wildlife and the conservation message. He recently had an exhibition at the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham on pollution and the devastating effect of balloons on wildlife.

He works mainly in black and white using the ‘magic of light’ to transform the everyday scene into something special. Paul has exhibited in England and France. His wild landscapes include many taken along the north Norfolk coast.

Admission to the exhibition is free.

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North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection

Poppy went back to the vets once she had finished the course of antibiotics she was taking and because the head tilt had not gone completely, she has another course of treatment and will be going back once this is completed. She is a very gentle little cat and enjoys watching the world pass by her pen.

When cats and kittens leave us for their new homes, we always advise their new family what type of food they have been eating and the type of cat litter they are used to. We always suggest they initially continue to use the same food as any change can upset their digestive system and can lead to the cat having diarrhoea. It is always better to introduce these changes gradually to avoid upsets. Similarly, with cat litter, they will have been used to either the clay lump or wood chip (depending on which fosterer they are with) and together with all the changes they experience when going to a new home, may not use the litter tray if the contents are unfamiliar to them. Again, introducing the litter you wish to use in future gradually, will make life easier for both you and your new family member.

Under the Animal Welfare Act all pet owners have a duty of care to provide their pets with a suitable environment and diet where they can behave normally and also ensure they are protected from pain, suffering injury and disease. Such was not the case for one little stray we took in recently. Quinsy was in a dreadful state, very underweight and with matted fur. During the two days he was with us his condition deteriorated and he was rushed to the vets where sadly he had to be put to sleep as it was believed he was a victim of FELV. His fosterer was so concerned she did feel he could have died before actually seeing the vet. Obviously, his owners had not shown a duty of care for him and had they been identified, we would have referred this to the RSPCA who would have probably prosecuted them. This poor little cat did not

deserve such irresponsible owners and they certainly should not be owning any animals.

If you are interested in receiving help Olga is a timid young cat who will need lots of to neuter your time to settle in her new home cat/kitten, please ring 07880 256948 (to see if you are eligible for a voucher). This number is for vouchers only and will not be able to help with any other enquiries. The number also applies for those wishing to take advantage of our special neutering campaign.

If you are looking for a cat or kitten (or have any other queries) please give Stephanie a call on 01692 535858. Alternatively, you can visit www.northwalsham.cats.org.uk/ for a description and photographs of the cats before giving us a call on the above number to find out where any particular cat is being fostered.

We are now on Facebook. You can find us under Cats Protection North Walsham.

Hedgehog Haven

Stan (pictured) is the newest arrival.

Out during the day, he was found by a dog walker just around the corner from where I live so his finder ran to find me.

He's a small hog just 270grms. Another one who has probably been struggling through the winter, he is slowly gaining weight, but will be quite some time before he is big enough to release.

To coincide with Hedgehog Awareness week, North Walsham Garden Centre are having a Hedgehog Day on Saturday 11 May between 10am and 3pm. Hodomodes Hedgehog Support will be there with an all things hedgehog stall, I will be in attendance with information leaflets, a tombola and, all being well, a hedgehog.

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UPPER SHERINGHAM BELLS WILL BE RINGING OUT AGAIN SOON!

We are already training new bellringers at nearby St Andrew’s in Holt who will also help with ringing the bells at All Saints Upper Sheringham – but we are always keen to teach new people so if you ever fancied trying your hand at this ancient art get in touch! It’s nothing like you see on the television – you do not fly through the air, you do not need to be strong, you do not need to be musical or mathematical – you just need a sense of rhythm and a sense of humour!

We are delighted to report that the appeal is progressing so well that, if all goes to plan, we will be ringing the bells in time for Remembrance this year, and certainly by Christmas. Remember to listen out for us!

We still need to raise the last bit of the money – please do consider helping us with this last push – what better legacy than to be able to say “I helped those bells ring out again”.

As we start dismantling the fixtures and fittings prior to the bells being taken to the bell works in Dorset, we will have a few items we could sell as mementoes of this project – we will have some clappers, chiming hammers, pulley blocks and an odd selection of handbells in varying conditions. Get in touch if you would like more information or would like to make an offer for anything or come and have a look at what we have. We won’t charge extra for the rust and dust!! The photo shows an example of a clapper (from a different church, we haven’t removed ours yet) and the actual handbells and pulley blocks and other random items that we are offering.

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Another exciting bit of news is that we have been accepted into the Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ scheme in their stores in Sheringham and Mundesley– throughout May and June we will be one of their chosen charities so please remember to pick up your blue token at the till and vote for us!

How to donate: If you would like to donate towards giving our 6 bells their voices back please send your donation to Sue Morton, 4 Linden Grove, Sheringham, NR26 8PD. Cheques payable to “Upper Sheringham PCC”.

If you are able to gift aid your donation, please ask me for a gift aid form – 01263 826078 or suejmorton@gmail.com.

A big thank you to those who have donated so far – we couldn’t do it without you!

If you prefer to donate on-line please go to: www.gofundme.com/upper-sheringhambell-appeal.

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Breaking the impasse... resolving conflict using mediation techniques

Amanda Nudds, Solicitor & Mediator, Hayes + Storr Solicitors

The seemingly interminable failure of MPs to agree Britain’s withdrawal agreement from the EU is typical of many intractable disputes. At some point in our lives, most of us will find ourselves at odds with someone over something. Each person will have their own ideas about what’s right (usually based on what’s most important to them) but that can result in both parties being totally unable to agree an outcome – and a stalemate ensues.

Breaking that impasse can seem difficult, if not impossible. And that’s where mediation comes in. A form of dispute resolution used to prevent (or conclude) court proceedings. Here are ten useful techniques used in mediation to help find a settlement:

1. PARTICIPATION It’s important that both parties are willing to engage in the process, can put forward proposals as well as consider any proposals received.

2. EVIDENCE Both parties must be upfront and make available all key documentary evidence – so each side can understand the other’s position.

3. STATE YOUR POSITION Make your position clear at the outset, as it may be that one party has misinterpreted the other’s position. Explain what you believe to be right and what you hope to achieve.

4. WORK TOWARDS A SETTLEMENT Initially, each party’s aim will be to win, but it’s important to realise that resolution isn’t going to be a ‘win’ for one and a ‘loss’ for another – it will be a compromise that enables both parties to move on.

5. BE RESPECTFUL Whatever your feelings, it’s important to treat the other party with respect. Being insulting only creates more barriers and makes it more difficult for any resolution to be achieved.

6. BE PERSUASIVE Highlight the merits of your position so the other party can see that their point of view may not be as strong as they

originally believed. This can also bring the other party’s attention to the mutual benefits of a deal.

7. INTERESTS Identifying the other party’s interests can be difficult – but once you’ve asked questions and gleaned more information on what they want to achieve, you’ll have a much better understanding of what can be done.

8. BRAINSTORMING Neither party is going to leave with a settlement that includes everything they want. Explore and identify options which will satisfy both parties.

9. EMOTION Although all conflict gives rise to anger and frustration, it’s important to keep your emotions in check so you are able to think clearly and practically.

10. PATIENCE A fully-informed overview can take time before a final settlement is reached, so try and remain patient – it will pay off eventually!

If you’re currently locked in a dispute and would like to find a way out, call Hayes + Storr on 01328 863231 and ask to speak to Amanda Nudds. If you require advice on any other legal matter call 01263 825959 or email law@hayes-storr.com.

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This month in North Lodge Park History - May

1937 The Thatched Shelter was rented to newsagent Munday & Co for £18 a year.

1944 “Owing to the large number of persons using the Putting Greens being equivalent to a busy season in peace-time it has been considered necessary for assistance to be provided on Sundays.”

1959 The Pitch and Putt course at The Meadow was opened on Sunday 17 May.

1961 The Model Village opened on the area lawn of the Watch House on the Rocket House Gardens site,

admission price 9d adults, 6d children.

1966 To stop people cutting across the putting green, new railings around Rusts Shelter led to complaints and a petition to remove them. 1977 Something described as ‘indiscriminate skateboarding activity’ was noted.

On the main 18-hole course

Park including closing the putting greens and adding a car park.

2012 An Extraordinary General Meeting of Cromer Town Council, attended by over 60 members of the public rejected plans for a £197,000 revamp of the

This month marks the 90th anniversary of the opening of North Lodge Park on Saturday 18 May 1929. It will be celebrated in the Park on Saturday 18 May during this year’s Gardening Festival, part of the Crab & Lobster Festival.

Happy 90th Birthday North Lodge Park

On Friday 3 May 1929 Cromer Urban District Council sub-committee chairman G A Rounce called the third meeting of the North Lodge Committee to order with important decisions to be made.

The previous September, the Council had bought the North Lodge estate at auction for £5,500 to use the building as new offices and develop the surrounding estate as a park, preferably one that paid its way from the start to help repay the loan for the purchase.

Putting greens were hastily prepared, two ‘putting outfits’ and 30 seven-foot benches were bought at 37/- each, and it was resolved “the Park be open to the Public on Saturday 18th May from 9am until sunset”. The minutes of the 3 May meeting also record

that “the question of arranging for an Official opening of the Park was deferred to a later date”. Given the committee would not meet again until 28 May – 10 days after North Lodge Park opened – and the absence of any mention in the weekly Journal, it seems the park just opened, with no ceremony much less fanfare or razzmatazz.

And the plan paid off. Putting receipts for the first Whitsun week (18-26 May) were £11 5s 6d, comparing favourably with the council’s other revenue streams: for nearly the whole of the month (1-28 May) Motor Park receipts were £19 1 6d and from public conveniences £19 17 4d. By the end of its first successful 1929 season, North Lodge Park putting had taken £278 7s 6d,



North Lodge Park putters on the upper lawn in the 1950s – before the bridge across the path

with 40% of the receipts in August. As the minutes of October’s Parks Committee recorded:

“The Chairman thought that what they had heard as to the North Lodge receipts pointed to the wisdom of the Council in obtaining the property, and also the normal course of development pursued. He thought that when nearly £300 was obtained it was an encouragement to the Council to go forward on present lines (hear, hear)”

The 90th anniversary of the opening of North Lodge Park will be celebrated in the Park on Saturday 18 May during this year’s Gardening Festival, part of the Crab & Lobster Festival.

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Applications now open for Holt Festival Art Prizes Sir John Hurt Art Prize, new prize for young artists and Open Studios invite entries One of the east of England’s top art prizes, the Holt Festival-Sir John Hurt Art Prize, is now inviting entries for the 2019 contest. The winner will win a cash prize of £1,750 and their entry will also be exhibited at Norwich’s internationally renowned Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. The leading North Norfolk Festival, has also announced a new prize specifically aimed at younger artists. The Sworders Art Prize is open to artists between 16 and 23. It carries a prize of £750 for the winner, who will also be offered a commissionfree exhibition by Holt’s new contemporary art space The Gallery in Lees Yard.

All shortlisted works will be displayed in a free exhibition in the Auden Theatre Foyer throughout

Last year’s Sir John Hurt Art Prize once again attracted an extremely high standard of entries with the winner coming from Norfolk artist Frances Blythe. Her oil on canvas painting Sunset, was unanimously selected by the judges.

L-R Anwen, Lady Hurt (judge and now Holt Festival Artistic Director), James Glennie (Fine Art Director, Holt Festival), Robert Upstone (judge), Frances Blythe (winner), Eileen Cooper (judge)

Fine Art Director at the Festival James Glennie, of Arts and Antiques Appraisals, has also confirmed that after a successful inaugural year, Holt Festival Open Studios will return. Artists and craftsmen from around North Norfolk will be inviting the public into their studios. It will run from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 July, 11am to 5pm. Artists wishing to take part should also register at www.holtfestival.org before midnight Sunday 16 June or email openstudios@holtfestival.org. James Glennie commented ‘We are delighted that we shall be adding several new features

Last year’s winner Frances Blythe with judge Eileen Cooper and the winning entry

Both prizes are open to artists everywhere and in previous years there have been entries from across the region and beyond. All types of visual art are welcome and the closing date for entries to both competitions is midnight Sunday 16 June. Full submission details can be found at www.holtfestival.org The winners will be announced at a private view on the evening of Sunday 21 July.

to the popular fine art programme this year, the first of which is the new art prize for 16-23 year olds alongside the Sir John Hurt Art Prize and the return of Open Studios. We shall be revealing further innovations when the full Festival programme is announced.’

Festival week from Saturday 20 – Sunday 27 July between 11am-5pm. The exhibition is part of the Holt Festival Art Trail that also takes in many other galleries and exhibition spaces around the town.

This year’s Art Prize judges are Art Curator & Writer Ian Collins, Professor Paul Greenhalgh, Director of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art and Professor John Last, Vice Chancellor of Norwich University of the Arts.

The 2019 Holt Festival runs from 21 – 27 July. The charming Norfolk Georgian country town comes alive for an exuberant week of international music, drama, visual art, dance, comedy and children’s and family events. New Artistic Director Anwen Hurt recently announced this year’s first highlights and the full programme will be revealed on 30 April. www.holtfestival.org

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Row, Row, Row your Boat

In December 2020 a trio of intrepid rowers will embark on the longest and toughest row of their lives (to date).

They are Sandra Squire, Helen Hogan and Kate Palmer, all members of the Kings Lynn Coastal Rowing Club who will be taking part in the Talisker Atlantic Challenge www.taliskerwhiskyatlanticchallenge.com

In order to take part in this mammoth event a serious amount of training will be necessary. To this end the trio ably assisted by Carol Noding, Tim Hogan, Bob Panrucker, Karen Nicklin and photographer Pete Jousiffe set out on Saturday 20 April, in their St Ayles Skiff, the ‘Lynn Rewet’ to row from Kings Lynn and visit all the lifeboat stations along the coast as far as Great Yarmouth, presenting Easter Eggs to all the stations along the way.

As you will appreciate, all coastal rowing is governed by the winds and the tides and timing

is therefore of the essence. The team was seriously hampered at the outset by a 45 minute delay with the arrival into The Great Ouse of a container ship. This put their timing all awry which meant that they arrived at Old Hunstanton later than planned and as the tide was on the turn. As they departed from Old Hunstanton they were met with the incoming tide and an easterly wind of about 15- 20 knots and, as they were not making any headway, it was decreed that, with the wind being from that quarter for the proposed duration of the row over the Easter weekend, that it would not be possible to complete the row in the allotted time.

However, the KLCRC members were determined not to disappoint the RNLI stations they had planned to visit and took it upon themselves to journey by road to all the Lifeboat Stations between Hunstanton and Great Yarmouth to deliver their Easter wishes and chocolates aplenty.

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The crew were obviously very disappointed not

A DJ who survived a near death experience bowed out with one final performance in Cromer. London DJ Madhatter AKA Paul Wellings, who used to write for the NME and played at Ibiza Superclubs like Pacha and Ministry Of Sound, played a SKA event to 100 people at Cromer Social Club with a SKA night in a final farewell after suffering a bad fall two months ago.

We at Sheringham RNLI are very grateful for their best wishes and gifts and wish them well in their endeavours to row across the Atlantic Ocean in December next year.

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to complete the journey but were very grateful for the input from the RNLI, especially Hunstanton RNLI and Skipper Sandra Squire said “Throughout the next three days, we continued to visit all of Norfolk’s lifeboat stations on schedule. We have spent a great deal of time talking to the crews, learning about their stations and the work they do and of course, delivering Easter Eggs to them!

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Artists get ready for Open Studios and Art Exhibition Preparations are well underway for the annual open studios event at barrington Farm day service centre at walcott.

Barry Skinner, 44, attends the centre’s supported Art Barn studio every week and is looking forward to welcoming visitors to the space and showing his work. “I’m happy to exhibit my work. I like to draw scenery and famous faces like Toyah and Bjork. I have autism. I taught myself how to draw and bring my own ideas. People should come here for Open Studios – it will do you the world of good and you might find something really interesting!”

Staff member Sarah Ballard says “Open Studios is a fantastic opportunity for local people to visit to this unique art centre. There are very few places like it in the UK. We don’t expect visitors to buy anything (though it’s great if they do!) – it is more about people seeing how each individual makes their art in this shared space and engaging with the artists. Barry is one of 30 artists here who work hard all year but also face challenges in exhibiting their work. Open Studios also allows us to create an accessible exhibition outside of a traditional gallery environment and gives everyone an equal platform to show their work and celebrate their achievements. Please don’t miss your chance to come and support these brilliant artists – everyone is welcome.”

public the chance to have a fun and informal cuppa and homemade cake with the artists.

The Art Barn studio at Barrington Farm will be open 10am - 5pm every day from Tuesday 28 May until Sunday 9 June. It is No 092 in the brochure. Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios, run by the N&N Festival is one of the largest schemes in the country with over 450 artists taking part.

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My Little Garden

I open the gate and the scent is perfection, you can smell the lilac from every direction, Forget-me-nots and London Pride jostle together, they don’t seem to mind the inclement weather. Stephanie stands tall by the side of the pond, the family of goldfish have long gone. Months slip by, it will soon be June, I’m waiting for the first rose to bloom. It’s name – MEMORY. Diane Berthelot

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Priscilla Bacon Hospice charity shop in North Walsham celebrates 1st birthday

One of the six charity shops set up in Norfolk, to help fund the building of the new Priscilla Bacon Hospice has just celebrated its first year of trading.

to build the new hospice.

Shop Manager Sarah Andrews said "The shop has received so many compliments on its smart appearance and the quality of stock donated by our many supporters. The shop includes two rooms of ladies’, men’s and children’s Jenny (Volunteer) fashion, as well as a dedicated vintage area, and two rooms filled with electricals, household goods and small furniture.”

Six Priscilla Bacon Hospice charity shops, located in North Walsham, Aylsham, Stalham, Sheringham, Drayton and Taverham, were established to help underpin the fundraising operation and ensure that 93 pence in every pound raised is committed to the campaign

The shops also raise awareness of the charity and act as local hubs to extend support from the wider community.

Priscilla Bacon Hospice is a new charity which has recently launched a campaign to raise £12.5 million to build a new hospice with 24 inpatient beds and replace Priscilla Bacon Lodge, the existing specialist hospice facility in Norwich.

Jessica (Volunteer), Caroline (Deputy Manager), Sarah (Manager), Marjorie, Joy, and Clare (Volunteers)

Priscilla Bacon Lodge was built 40 years ago, following a county-wide fundraising appeal and has provided a very high standard of specialist palliative care. Despite its achievements, it is now inadequate both in scale and configuration, as the population of Norfolk has grown by approximately 220,000 in this time, multiplying demand, and in its current location it cannot be extended.

The new hospice will be built adjacent to the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital and will have improved day care and outpatients’ facilities, as well as a coordination centre for the ‘Hospice at Home’ team, who deliver end-of-life care in the community.

North Walsham shop staff, volunteers and shoppers celebrated the birthday with cake. Bryan Saunders, Head of Retail said "We are so grateful to the residents of North Walsham for their support over the year. Our staff and volunteers love meeting and talking to the shoppers and donors of stock. If you would like to support the shop, donations of quality goods can be made directly to the shop at 15 Market Place, and we are always pleased to hear from new volunteers to join the team.”

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All the letters in our grids below have fallen out and mixed themselves up, although they are still in their original columns. Can you put them back in their rightful place to reveal a QUOTATION and the NAME of the person who said it.

Bird nesting season is well underway. A peek into a garden should reveal some familiar species. FOUR letters or more. There are seventeen ‘British Garden Bird’ themed words in this issue’s CHRONICLE WORDSEARCH. How many can you find?

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A vibrant, welcoming school “where my child can thrive and do well” Ofsted praises Norfolk primary school’s ‘inquisitive learners’ and ‘strong nurturing and caring culture’

themselves into a variety of tree shapes, while pupils involved in a mathematical investigation estimated measurements with liquids.”

Aldborough Primary School in North Norfolk has just had an Ofsted inspection during which it was praised for its standards of teaching and the rich curriculum it encourages. The inspection reported that the school “continues to be good,” praising the changes that had been made to maintain and improve its high standards.

Ofsted described the school as ‘vibrant’, with a ‘strong nurturing and caring culture,’ adding that all teaching staff know every pupil very well and concentrate on ensuring that their individual academic, social and emotional needs are met. “Consequently, pupils make good progress,” the inspector said, adding that one parent had commented, “This is a school where my child can thrive and do well.”

Ofsted noted what it called the school’s ‘wonderful woodland setting,’ praising the way the school is ‘determined to make the most of the opportunities this opens up for pupils.’ The inspector added, “Outdoor learning is encouraged. I saw learning outside where, in a drama session, pupils turned

The inspector praised the classrooms’ ‘purposeful atmosphere’, where ‘pupils are inquisitive learners.’ The school is committed to providing a rich curriculum, and the inspector found pupils spoke ‘enthusiastically’ about the wide range of learning different opportunities provided, including sport, music, languages, art and drama. “They also told me about the ‘science, art and writing week’,” said the inspector. “It gave them the opportunity to learn about the sea, through science-based exploration recorded in art and writing.”

Reading has been a strength of the school for

some time. In 2016 it received a letter from the then Minister of State for School Standards, Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, congratulating staff and pupils on their standard of reading, which put them in the top 1% of schools nationally. The Ofsted report speaks of the pupils’ love of reading and their ability to hold well-developed discussions about areas such as characterisation and genre.

“Obviously we are delighted by the great things Ofsted has to say about our school,” says Alison Read, Head Teacher. “We are working collaboratively to implement the report’s recommendations, enhancing the learning opportunities already provided by our talented team.

“The success of a school like Aldborough is all about community and team spirit – I’m so delighted that the Ofsted report highlights the hard work of pupils and staff and the fantastic support we receive from parents, governors, and the wider community.”

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We held our April meeting in the Cottage Louden Road with 40 members and two visitors attending. Our speaker for the afternoon was Maria Pennington whose talk was called ‘Pearls are my Passion’ and as the talk progressed you could tell they are defiantly Maria’s passion!

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Dear Margaret,

Until the start of the 20th Century the only way of collecting pearls was by divers weighted down with heavy rocks and a peg on their nose harvesting them from the sea bed. This was very dangerous as the divers had to hold their breath while under water. Since the beginning of the 20th Century most pearls are now cultured by oyster farmers either in salt or fresh water under controlled conditions.

I work for a charity (Change, Grow, Live) which delivers the Norfolk Independent Visitors Service and we are desperate to recruit committed and passionate volunteers who would like to spend a day a month with a young person in care.

The children and young people we work with have suffered abuse, neglect and often both; they often mistrust adults and need positive role models to show them that relationships can be trusting, healthy and positive.

Visitors always welcome at our meetings.

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The role of an Independent Visitor can be immensely rewarding and fun - taking a child or teenager out once a month to have fun together by engaging in community activities or visiting places of interest.

The April meeting was well attended and a warm welcome was given to two potential new members. That welcome was extended to Keri Lowe, textile artist/designer who was our speaker and demonstrator for the evening.

Minimum age for volunteer applicants is 21 and minimum commitment is for 2 years, once a month. Full training and support is provided, plus reimbursement of reasonable expenses.

Keri described and showed us an assortment of her felt work which was a revelation. We hope she will return for a workshop.

Federation news was then passed on to members. Four members attended the Federation annual meeting - a special centenary programme was given to all that attended. This was a very enjoyable day rounded off by writer, broadcaster and poet Pam Ayres. It was decided to bake 100 cakes/rock cakes to be handed out at the Overstrand Rock Stock Concert as part of our Federations centenary. Two outings are being considered for the summer - one to Horning for the Mississippi boat trip and the other to Somerlayton Hall near Lowestoft.

For more information you can visit our website www.changegrowlive. org/vacancy/volunteer-independent-visitor-norfolk-independentvisitors-cgl3244 or email norfolkiv@cgl.org.uk

Steph Walsingham Norfolk Programme Manager Norfolk Independent Visitors and Norfolk SMS Mentoring

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nortH loDge, oVerstranD roaD, CroMer, nr27 0aH telephone 01263 512254 www.cromer-tc.gov.uk or use Qr code opposite twitter @north_lodge Facebook @Cromertown Council

Contacts: Julie Chance PSLCC, Town Clerk clerk@cromer-tc.gov.uk Janet Warner PSLCC, Deputy Clerk deputy@cromer-tc.gov.uk The Clerk and Deputy Clerk are often in meetings so it is recommended that you telephone or email to make an appointment before visiting the offices.

town CounCil anD CoMMittee Meetings: The full schedule of meeting dates for 2019 can be found on the Town Council website and noticeboards. A leaflet containing the schedule of meetings is available from the Town Council Office. 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.

town Crier On Saturday 18 May Cromer is hosting the Ancient and Honourable Guild of Town Criers Annual Championships. This event will take place in High Street and Cromer Churchyard.

CereMonies at nortH loDge We are currently receiving lots of booking for ceremonies for 2019 & 2020. Ceremonies can be held in our newly decorated chamber or in the clifftop garden. Further information can be found on the Town Council website and our facebook page @WeddingsinCromer. We can also host Renewal of Vows and Naming Ceremonies. If you would like to visit our venue please give us a call to arrange an appointment.

to participate in a Community Stone Pick. A limited number of buckets will be provided. If you have a bucket please bring it along. Please also bring some heavy-duty gloves. Children are welcome provided they are accompanied by a responsible adult.

nortH loDge Please be aware that from April to June inclusive, sections of North Lodge will be under scaffold to allow for essential building maintenance to take place. We would like to reassure all our wedding couples and their guests that we are working very closely with the conservation company and the scaffolders to ensure that there is minimal impact on ceremonies.

CoMMunitY oPen DaY The Community Open Day will be on Saturday 24 August in North Lodge Park. This is a great chance for local community groups raise awareness and/or funds. Any organisations wishing to book a pitch are asked to contact the Town Council Office for a booking form.

CroMer CHristMas Celebrations The Christmas Lights team are looking for a Christmas tree for this year’s event. If you have a suitable tree (approx. 25’ high) in your garden which you would like to donate please get in touch.

Please could all traders and charities wishing to participate in the Christmas Market on 30 November 2019 contact the Town Clerk for an application form.

Information on any meetings or matters arising can be obtained from the Town Clerk on 01263 512254.

CroMer CeMeterY Regular inspections are on-going and any unauthorised items will be removed and securely stored to await collection. The inspection scheduled for the end of February was postponed and will now take place in May. Please be reminded that breakable items and those which emit light, sound or movement are not permitted in the cemetery. Full rules and regulations are displayed on the Town Council website and are available on request from the Town Council Office. If anyone has any questions please contact the Deputy Town Clerk.

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MOTHERS’ UNION Mother’s Union is a Christian organisation that has been supporting families worldwide for over 140 years. The Cromer Branch normally meets monthly on the 3rd Tuesday. Our next two meetings will be: 21st May | Ann Aves (Dheisheh) | Parish Hall Coffee Bar | 2.30pm 18th June | The Church in Chile | Parish Hall Coffee Bar | 2.30pm All welcome

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MEN’S BREAKFAST Sat 18th May | 8.00am | St Martin’s Hall A cooked breakfast, tea and coffee, a chance to talk with other Men and, at some meetings, a guest speaker All men welcome

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Cromer Tides Height

Tide

4.32 m

L

1.53 m

H

1.26 m

H

1.77 m

H

1.32 m

H

1.88 m

H

1.23 m

H

1.78 m

H

1.03 m

H

1.54 m

H

0.82 m

H

1.28 m

H

0.68 m

H

1.05 m

H

4.19 m 4.19 m 4.12 m 4.20 m 4.21 m 4.36 m 4.40 m 4.59 m 4.60 m 4.81 m 4.77 m 4.98 m

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Date

18-May

19-May

BST

13:32

0.87 m

H

0.59 m

H

0.77 m

H

0.66 m

H

0.75 m

H

0.81 m

H

0.82 m

H

1.00 m

H

0.95 m

H

1.23 m

H

1.13 m

H

1.47 m

H

1.33 m

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06:57 19:08 02:09 07:36 19:51 02:49 08:12 15:01

21-May

20:33 03:24 08:47 15:41

22-May

21:15 03:55 09:21 16:17

23-May

21:57 04:27 09:58 16:52

24-May

Tide

0.60 m

14:18 20-May

Height

01:24

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Cromer Marrams bowls Club

For al spo your l r ts in N gea Nor orth r folk

News from the Club House ...

we are open!

And into the swing of things with all the ‘old’ faces and a few welcome new ones. More members are very welcome. Come along to try us out before deciding, whether a veteran or new bowler. Subscriptions for the season are £65 for the 22-week season of roll-ups, league and cup fixtures, friendly games and club competitions. Social members are also very welcome to enjoy our clubhouse facilities for an annual fee of £15.

Short mat semi-finalists and winner

In the quiz final the blue team of Julie, Roger O and Neil P took an early lead and led at the break by 36 to 27. However, the break worked well for the red team of Edna, Sally and Jean N who came storming back but just couldn’t do it as the blue team held out for a 58-56 victory. Thank you to all who competed over the winter and supported the final and special thanks to John B, question master extraordinaire.

With the winter well and truly over (!) the short mat presentations were made to Bob A and Jan

Cromer Fit Together Walks

If you are new to Fit Together, please arrive 20 mins early. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07766 259999.

Tuesday 14 May – 10:30am - Felbrigg Lake & Victory Walk – Grade 3 – Approx. 3.5 miles. A walk with moderate gradients over gravel, woodland, lake side, grass and covered boardwalk. Meet at Felbrigg Hall free CP, off the Sustead Rd. Turn off A148 on the Byway to Sustead and take a left at the lodge CP is on the right.

WINNERS

at an afternoon event.

The first game, a ‘spoon drive’ at the club, was won by Jane with Les second. Not doing so well (obviously got a bad draw!) were Gay and Keith M. But it’s best not to peak too early! For the first friendly of the season we visited West Runton BC but found the home conditions a bit of a disadvantage to lose quite convincingly by 5 rinks to 1, 112-79. The winning rink for Marrams was led by George with Jackie and Neil P for an 18-11 victory.

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Home matches at Marrams green on the Runton Road in the next fortnight are

• Kings Lynn BC (friendly) Sunday 12 May 2pm • Weybourne BC (NANSA League) Monday 13 May 2pm • RG Carter (Hansell League) Wednesday 15 May 6.30pm • Horsham St.Faith BC (friendly) Saturday 18 May 2pm • Thorpe Rec BC (Jermy Cup) Sunday 19 May 10am • Overstrand (Federation League) Tuesday 21 May 6.45pm • and Club Rose Bowl Saturday 25 May 2pm

Jan and Bob short mat winners

Why not come along to spectate, take in the sea air and use our facilities?

Details of fixtures, results, history, honours, and club news/photos can be accessed at cromermarramsbowlsclub.com or more details from Edna 01263 511155.

Wednesday 15 May – 10:30am - Felbrigg Hall – Grade 1 - any distance to 1 mile. A flat walk with great views of the historic hall for all abilities and people living with dementia and their carers. Meet at Felbrigg Hall main CP, NR11 8PR. Parking charges for non-National Trust members. Book on 01263 519405 by 3pm Tuesday 14 May.

Wednesday 15 May – 10.30am – Cromer Town & Views Walk – Grade 2 / 3 - Approx 2.8 miles. A walk with moderate/steep gradients on pavement, dirt, grass and gravel paths. Meet at the North Norfolk Information Centre, Louden Road, Cromer NR27 9EF, (parking charges apply).

Quiz Finalists

Tuesday 21 May – 10:30am - Gresham to East Beckham Walk – Grade 3 – Approx. 3.5 miles. A mainly flat walk on minor roads, field edges and grass/dirt tracks. Meet at Gresham Village Hall CP, East Beckham Lane, Gresham, NR11 8RT.

Tuesday 21 May – 11am - Gresham Circular Walk – Grade 2 – Approx. 1.7 miles. A gentle walk on minor roads, grass and field paths with gentle gradients. Meet at Gresham Village Hall CP, East Beckham Lane, Gresham, NR11 8RT.

Printed copies of the full Fit Together programme are available at Cromer Tourist Information Centre

Jan/Feb winner Nancy Dowell (answer was Get Fit at Amber Lesiure) . March winner Keith Goodbody (answer was Easter Bunny). April winner Tony Dowell (answer April Showers)

Win with the Cromer Times & Mackenzie Hotels 2 main courses from their ‘2 for menu’ and a hot drink of your choice for 2 Re-arrange these letters .... I Whiten Dust. Clue - One word - In May or June only!

Closing date May 31st 2019 ........... Email your answer to: pr@mackenziehotels.com, or write to "May Lunch" c/o Links Links Country Park Hotel, West Runton, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 9QH.

The first correct answer drawn at random by the Links will win lunch for two at any of the three Mackenzie Hotels. Rules - Free to enter. One entry only per household, entrants must be over 18. The winner will be published in the next available Cromer Times after the draw. No cash alternative. Mackenzie’s decision is final.

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