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The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
PLANNING APPLICATION FOR £4.15 MILLION CANCER CENTRE AT CROMER HOSPITAL GOES IN
Plans for a proposed £4.15million cancer care and support centre at Cromer and District Hospital have been submitted. Macmillan Cancer Support has been working with Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to develop proposals for the centre, which will be called the North Norfolk Macmillan Centre. The plans, involving the refurbishment and extension of a disused ward, will now be considered by North Norfolk District Council. If permission is granted, building work is expected to take around a year. The proposed centre will enable patients, many of whom currently travel to Norwich, to have their treatment and access support services closer to home. The centre, on the site of the former Davison Unit, will include: • Six chemotherapy treatment chairs with capacity to treat up to 36 patients a day. • Three new clinic rooms and two new minor procedure rooms, creating an additional 10,000 outpatient appointments annually. • A Macmillan cancer information and support centre. • The new unit will also free up space in the main Cromer Hospital building to deliver an extra 600 surgical procedures in dermatology, urology, vascular surgery and pain management. The majority of funding for the centre will come from Macmillan Cancer Support, which is providing up to £2.2 million and Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals Charity, which is contributing £1.5million. The remaining £450,000 is coming out of NNUH Trust funds. The number of people living with cancer is growing and predicted to rise from 2.5million today to four million by 2030. In Norfolk, around 6,000 people are diagnosed with cancer each year. There are approximately 35,300 people living with cancer in the county. Gwyneth Tyler, Macmillan Head of Services for South and East England, said “It is fantastic to see this crucial project, which will improve cancer care for so many people in North Norfolk, move another step forward with the submission of the planning application. “If permission is granted, this centre will help to meet the growing need
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for people to get treatment and support closer to home. “Of course, this type of project is only possible thanks to people’s generosity. At Macmillan, we are entirely reliant on public donations and that support is what enables us to be there for people living with cancer and the people who support them.” Mark Davies, NNUH Chief Executive, said “We run one of the biggest cancer centres in the country and the expansion of Cromer Hospital is a key part of our plans to provide the best care for patients with cancer.” Currently, Cromer Hospital provides a range of acute out-patient and day case services and has a minor injuries unit. The trust provides acute hospital care to a catchment area of almost 830,000 people from Norfolk and neighbouring counties. The original 1930s Cromer Hospital was redeveloped at a cost of £15million in 2012 and provides a wide range of consultant-led outpatient services, day case operations and a Minor Injuries Unit open seven days a week. The Holt Chronicle is published by Rose Villa Publications Ltd. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Publishers or the Editors. All material is strictly copyright and all rights reserved. Material, including letters, presented for publication may have to be edited for reasons of space. Page setting by Isaac Cummings-Knight Proprietor Eric Hayton, telephone 01263 821463 email email@example.com
STOP PRESS Michael Baker RIP
At time of going to press we learned the sad news that Michael Baker had passed away on July 19th. Mr Baker, a well known and respected local figure had been managing director of Bakers and Larners since 1974. He was elected to Holt Town Council several times, was chairman of the Holt and District Chamber of Trade and Commerce and member of North Norfolk District Council from 1981 – 2015. He had also been Trustee of Holt Youth Project, member of Holt Round Table and former President of North Norfolk Rotary Club. He was a tireless fundraiser for local causes and a passionate champion of Holt. He is survived by his wife, Caroline, daughter Felicity and son Duncan.
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County Councillor News
from County Councillor Dr Marie Strong Wells Division (Glaven, Priory and Walsingham Wards) firstname.lastname@example.org; 07920 286 597
Introduction of 5G Mobile Networks: I have received a number of questions regarding this topic ranging from: when will it be available where I live; what about health matters; planning permission for tall masts. The latter, planning, is dealt with by North Norfolk District Council but as a result of my enquiries at NCC our Head of IMT has asked questions across the council and by the time you read this there should be a specific web page on NCC’s web site with information, questions, and answers. Norwich Western Link – or the final stretch of what was called the NDR: As I write, 15 July, NCC’s Cabinet has agreed Option C as its preferred route for the Norwich Western Link. Apart from information in the local press again I recommend NCC’s web page (Library staff will always help you find the information if you do not use a computer at home). The cost is set at £153m and an application is to be made to the government for funding. Whilst there is support for completion of the road some would prefer different options. Still others object to the cost and you will have read and heard of the objections because of potential negative impact on the environment as a result of the work. I do know there are councillors who feel very strongly that the final stretch will make a vast improvement to the lives of their residents and the economy of their divisions. What I do know is that I do not have a vote on this project. Further I am told there will be little benefit from completion of the road to my division. Wells Division Roads: What I do know is that Wells Division has 191.2 miles of road of which 18.2 miles are A roads; 17.4 miles are B roads; 89.3 miles are C roads – and 66.3 miles are ‘other roads’ i.e. unclassified. You will understand that therefore I am particularly interested in the following item.
Norfolk’s Roads: Some if not all of you will have read NCC’s Officer Advice that £36m is needed to bring Norfolk’s roads back to a suitable standard. I am hopeful that rural divisions like mine which will not benefit directly from expenditure on the Western Link will benefit by essential improvements to their roads which must be brought to and kept to a standard which will stop our rural communities from suffering further from rurality. Lord Gary Porter: Lord Porter has just stepped down after four years as Chairman of the Local Government Association. You may recall I have expressed my appreciation of his work on a number of occasions and found it important to quote him at county council for whilst a Conservative he has never been afraid to take the government to task – regarding amongst important topics as Sure Start for young children and affordable housing. Additionally he has achieved much through his commitment to cross party working because ‘there is far more that unites us than divides us’. Something for all we councillors to remember. Norfolk Recycling Centres Amnesty Days: Look out for more details about Recycling Centres and ‘amnesty’ for items not usually taken in by our centres. Hempton Recycling Centre will be offering amnesty on the 6, 7 & 8 September from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. (And remember Wells Centre now has a Reuse Shop and is keen to receive items for the staff to check over and offer for sale – profit to supporting the shop and the NCC’s Recycling Centres chosen charity.) Information regarding NCC Road Maintenance and reporting potholes: A further reminder because not enough potholes are being reported directly by eagle eyed residents. Rather than wait until you get to a local council meeting or bump into one of your councillors go to: http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/potholes. Report it directly, get it repaired faster. (And on the website read more fascinating facts about highways matters.) Upwards and onwards
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ST ANDREWS '150' CLUB DRAW
ST ANDREW'S CHURCH '150' CLUB DRAW The winners in the July Draw were: No. 98 Bernard Traynier £35 No. 103 Joy Wright £20 No. 28 Sylvia Levete £10 The next draw will take place on Monday 5th August in the Church.
News from The Holt Community Centre
It’s been a very busy summer at the Centre, with French Kriss’ fantastically successful ﬁrst Disco Night followed by all the many and varied talents from Holt Festival enlivening our town once again. Around 100 people danced the night away to an incredible collection of mixed music, an awesome sound system and the most amazing laser light show! An astonishingly high quality night for only £5.00. Kriss will return in September for another night – check our website for details. We were thrilled last week to host the very ﬁrst Children’s Art Prize at the Centre, with the 200 children from Holt Primary School amazing us with their creative ﬂair. The result was a fabulous exhibition of art on the theme of Love Holt, available to view in the Centre for the whole of the Festival. A team of artists worked for a week with the pupils, using a range of art techniques, and the prizes were donated by a number of organisations and individuals from the town. Special thanks to the artists, Tess Ainley, Emma Blount, Agatha Berning, Phil Barrett and Grace Flowerday who helped me to run the workshops in the School, and also to Love Holt, Anwen Hurt, Holt Festival, Tim Goodwin, St Andrews Church, The Holt Society, The Library, Phil Barrett and Rob Berning, who all sponsored the Art Prize in various ways; we are so thankful for your support and generosity. Thank you also to our judges, Artists Beverley Scott and Rainie Kay, our Mayor Rodney Smith and Holt Festival Artistic Director Anwen Hurt for judging the competition. 12 individual prizes were awarded, and 3 collaborative prizes for the younger classes, and the judges had a very hard time deciding! The Centre is looking like a totally diﬀerent building inside now, and we are looking forward to welcoming the ﬁrst of our new community of artists in the new ArtSpaces studios. Hopefully art will start appearing on the walls around the centre soon, so do please pop in and have a look! The 9th of August sees our Black Shuck Norfolk Gin Night, an exciting mix of Gin, Vodka and liqueur tasting, with delicious antipasti, cheeses and nibbles, and live music by The Lighters. With all Black Shucks amazing gifts on sale too it’s going to be a fun night…book early to avoid disappointment. As always, all the proﬁts from the fundraising evening goes to the Charity, to support the Centre. For more details of what’s on, please call 01263 713427 or email email@example.com. Carolyn Burn, Chairperson
Holt & Neighbourhood Housing Society
Secretary Needed The Society manages 37 properties in and around Holt. Our aim is simple, to provide affordable homes for local people in housing need. Our rents match other housing associations and are no more than 75% of the local open market level. We are a genuine local Society not bound by the rules other larger Housing organisations must follow. Allowing us to keep to our ‘local’ pledge. The managing committee, including Chairman, secretary and Treasurer are all local people, giving their time for free. Perhaps the most important role being that of secretary, who will have most initial dealings with our tenants. Our present secretary Gemma is having to step down for personal reasons, (though will be remaining on our committee). We need someone who can take on this position, although not paid, we will provide a computer, printer as well as a dedicated phone. If anyone feels like putting something back into the community, this is possibly the job for you. Gemma can be contacted on 07415 815910 or firstname.lastname@example.org is happy to discuss the role and will support the new secretary as much as needed.
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Dear Jo, I would like to thank everyone who has sent their kind wishes and thoughts for my son James (Jimmy) who has had a very bad accident on Sunday 30th June in Leeds. James suffered a very serious head injury. I would especially like to thank Brad, James’ business partner and closest friend for all his help and kindness to me, and all his friends at work. It is going to be a long recovery and hopefully James will make good progress and be back to good health very soon.
Best wishes, Wendy Curtis. John Stelzer
May I, through the Holt Chronicle, thank everyone who has supported my family and me, through some very challenging times. Thanks to everyone who sent sympathy cards following the death of my husband Raymond (Tony) Gibson on 9th April. Thanks also to Lloyd Durham Funeral Services for arranging and conducting his funeral with
Beat Heartbreak with a Wonderful Walk on Norfolk Day
Walk Cromer are celebrating Norfolk Day on July 27th with a beautiful circular walk from Cromer via Felbrigg Hall. The full route is 6 miles, but there are also a series of more leisurely walk of about 3 miles. This is one of Walk Cromer's bi-monthly weekend walk events which raise funds for The British Heart Foundation. A specially designed map and information sheet will be available to pick at both Merchants Place and Cromer information Centre on Saturday July 27th. Choose your own time and pace for this self led walk which starts from the Information Centre on Louden Rd, along the Weavers Way before crossing a bridge over the railway line. The full walk goes through the park, up "the lions mouth" and loops round back to Cromer via the wooded hills of East Runton. Why not wear black, white and yellow, to echo the colours of the Norfolk flag, and send us your photos. There will be a £10 prize for the best picture, send to: email@example.com PR from Walk Cromer: Siri Taylor Hilary Cox
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Sugar Beet Wars! Part 4 by Leslie Kinsley My promotion, and the extra hours I worked made one of the other men very jealous. He started to stir up the others to make life difficult for me when the boss was away. To make matters worse, he had a nasty friend among the other lorry drivers and he set him on to make life hard there too. In the end, I had had enough and decided to act. He was ahead of me in the factory queue one day so I jumped out of my lorry at the weigh station to the shock of the lady taking details there. My enemy was washing the back of his lorry and could not drive away. I caught him and gave him a good hiding, delivering a final kick to his behind as he scrambled into his cab to escape. Other drivers came over to watch and one of them shouted. ‘Give him one for me Leslie, he owes me £40 and I can’t get it off him’ I realised that none of the other drivers liked him. When I got back to the farm, my boss called me in to say he had heard what I had done. I was defiant and said I had had enough of the spite. He didn’t punish me and things calmed down then, but I got the nickname ‘Fighting Leslie’ from the local farmers. Ministry officials used to turn up at the factory to check if we had overloaded our lorries. I was never bad enough to get into trouble, but some of the contract drivers were always loaded to a dangerous level. We would warn other drivers in the queue of the official presence, and they would drive past the factory to a market garden nearby. He allowed them to unload their surplus and by the end of the season, he had enough beet to make himself a fair bit of cash. He obviously knew a grower who had permits for the factory. Occasionally the ministry would pull us in at a testing station by Kings Lynn Cattle Market. One December, I remember, someone had hung paper chains at the office window there. I remarked to the official, ‘I don’t want one of your Christmas Boxes’ I was never usually cheeky, and somehow, I never got into trouble with them.
such care. All donations received, amounting to £456.90, have been forwarded to Holt Dementia Support (Poppy Cafe) in appreciation of a very much needed and worthy cause. I would also like to mention the excellent care and kindness given to my husband during his final days, by the doctors and palliative care team at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Kimberley Ward, and the kindness and consideration shown to my family at this time.
Market Towns Initiative : five further projects approved and final round of funding announced North Norfolk District Council will hand out another £104,000 to community projects in Fakenham, Holt, North Walsham, and Stalham, with the remaining £22,000 being offered to all applicants. Funding for a range of projects designed to revitalise North Norfolk’s four inland market towns has been approved. At a recent meeting of North Norfolk District Council’s Cabinet, Councillors agreed to approve funding recommendations of £103,747.36 put forward by the Market Towns Initiative Working Group. Each town was able to bid for remaining funds from the original £100,000 allocated to each town from a total pot of £400,000. £22,089.67 remains in the Market Towns Initiative fund for a final round of applications open for all four towns. The closing date for these applications will be Thursday 5 September. Cllr Sarah Bütikofer, Leader of North Norfolk District Council said “The Market Towns Initiative continues to improve and support the economic viability of our four market towns and I would encourage all towns to apply for funding in this final round.” The five successful round two applicants are : • Active Fakenham - £27,544.85 to coordinate, resource and market a large number of events and promote the town itself. • Fakenham Town Council - £8,405.00 to fund the landscaping and improvement of Fakenham Library Triangle. • Holt Town Council - £49,000 to fund town centre amenity space improvements in Fish Hill/Star Plain and an interactive town map for use at the Tourist Information Centre. • Regenerate North Walsham and North Walsham Town Council £425.00 for additional signage to visitor attractions. • Stalham Town Council and Stalham Area Business Forum £18,372.51 to fund town centre events, planning and installation of improved town centre signage, disability access improvements, sensory backpacks, grounds maintenance equipment, and Firehouse Museum improvements. The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
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Almost 1 in 8 people in Norfolk are looking after a friend or family member who due to illness, disability or an addiction canâ€™t manage without their support. All unpaid carers are entitled to support but many find it hard to navigate their way through the services available. In recognition of this, Norfolk County Council has funded a comprehensive support service for carers, Carers Matter Norfolk, which offers: â€¢ 7 day a week Freephone advice line 0800 083 1148: Carers can chat to our experienced, friendly advisors about any of their caring concerns. The advice line is open from 8am-8pm Monday-Friday, 4pm-8pm on Saturdays and 8am-noon on Sundays â€¢ One to one support: We have a team of Carer Connectors who can visit you in your home or a place convenient you, to offer tailored support and in-depth, complex advice. â€¢ Counselling: We have a free counselling service for carers who find that their caring role is affecting their own health & wellbeing. â€¢ Education & Training We have created the UKâ€™s first dedicated Carerâ€™s Self Help Hub with over 450 online videos, podcasts and training courses in areas such as general healthcare to first aid, infection, nutrition and how to navigate the healthcare system. â€¢ Carers Voice We provide a forum for carers to share their views, keep in touch with each other and access to one of over 140 peer support groups. If you are a carer, or know someone who is, please visit www.carersmatternorfolk.org.uk or call our advice line 0800 083 1148
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THIS ISSUE’S PUZZLES
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.
SUDOKU Fill all empty squares so that the numbers 1 to 9 appear once in each row, column and 3 x 3 box. The numbers in the four yellow boxes are the ones needed as the answer that will be published in the next issue.
This week’s wordsearch theme is ‘Birds of Prey’. FOUR letters or more. There are 17 words in this issue’s CHRONICLE WORDSEARCH. How many can you find?
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The FALLEN PUZZLE answers were: IF ONE CANNOT COMMAND ATTENTION BY ONE'S ADMIRABLE QUALITIES ONE CAN AT LEAST BE A NUISANCE. MARGERY ALLINGHAM and TO FIND A MAN'S TRUE CHARACTER, PLAY GOLF WITH HIM. P.G. WODEHOUSE
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LLOYD DURHAM FUNERAL SERVICES 11a Avenue Road, High Kelling, HOLT, Norfolk. NR25 6RD
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THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, KELLING
Ev ery one welc ome to join us
The Village Church of Kelling, which dates from the thirteenth Century, has a 11.00am Service each Sunday, either of Matins or of Holy Communion and an Evensong when there is a fifth Sunday in the month. St.Mary’s is set in a large open churchyard on the Holt Road a mile from the Village. The Church contains many interesting features, including a 14th Century Easter Sepulchre and a window and a remarkable painting both depicting connections with local bird-life and St.Francis of Assisi. The Church draws a congregation partly from outside the Village from those who value traditional services using the words of the Book of Common Prayer.
Sunda y morning s 10.30-12 W ith drink s a nd brea k fa st serv ed from 9.45 At the Life Centre, Cromer Road, Sheringham www.lifesheringham.co.uk
LETHERINGSETT CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
THE SALVATION ARMY, BRISTON
1st Sunday of the month Holy Communion with hymns at 11.15am 3rd Sunday of the month Matins at 11.15am.
Christian worship - open to all each Sunday at 2.00pm A warm welcome is waiting for you! Why not stay for a cup of tea and a chat afterwards? Tuesday Morning CAMEO 10.00am - 12.00noon Come And Meet Each Other for coffee/ tea/ biscuits and a chat... Also a Lite Bite Lunch at 12.00. No charge is made, but a donation in the box will be gratefully received towards expenses. All are welcome.
(Church of England) Friendly congregations would welcome you. Coffee is served after many of our services. For service details please visit www.brininghambenefice.org.uk
Every 4th MONDAY of the month (except July, August and December) “The Filling Station” at Swanton Novers Village Hall, St Giles Road, NR24 2RB 7.00pm for 7.30pm Bringing Christian refreshment to rural areas, our celebrations offer high quality national and international speakers, contemporary worship and powerful, accessible prayer ministry in an informal setting. (This is not a new Church movement) email: email@example.com or call Tasha North on 07825 702360
ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, SHERINGHAM Sunday Masses 11.00am
For information on Holy Days, Confessions, Baptisms, Weddings etc. Please ring Father Denys Lloyd on 01263 822036 A Catholic Mass is celebrated in St. Andrew’s Church, Holt on most Thursdays at 9.30am by kind permission of the Rector.
HOLT METHODIST CHURCH NOTICE BOARD
SUNDAY SERVICES at 11.00am
28th July Angela & Glyn Constantine 4th August Revd Philip Butcher 11th August Mr Tony Hey BA 18th August Reverend Rosemary Wakelin and Reverend Cliff Shanganya
OTHER REGULAR CHURCH ACTIVITIES ~ ALL WELCOME
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP Second Monday of the month ~ 10.30am to 11.45am BIBLE STUDY: Alternate Monday Afternoons at 2.30pm. STEPPING STONES: For the little ones; Tuesdays at 9.15am BIBLE STUDY: Alternate Tuesday Afternoons at 2.30pm FRIDAY MORNING PRAYER SERVICE: At 9.30am followed by Morning Coffee AFTERNOON CREAM TEAS: Friday 16th August & Gift Day Every 3rd Friday afternoon in the month. 2.00pm - 4.00pm. This is an event never to be missed, cakes are delicious. Concert: 9th August at 7.00 pm Admission free. Refreshments. “Let’s Praise” by Stephen Lynn. FOR HIRE: The Loades Hall is available for private hire. Suitable for private functions, birthday parties, meetings, etc. For all bookings and/or further information please contact: Mr. Tony Hey. Tel: 01263 713302
MINISTER - REVD C. SHANGANYA - 01263 712181 Senior Steward - Mrs J. Bunting - 01263 712068
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SAINT ANDREW’S & ALL SAINTS NEWS The Parish of Holt with High Kelling
Rector: Fr. Howard Stoker SSC, The Rectory, Church Street, Holt NR25 6BB Tel: 01263 712048 email:firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Curate: Fr. Stephen Graham Tel. 01263 649985, E: email@example.com Parish Office Tel: 01263 713479 E: firstname.lastname@example.org website at www.holtchurch.org
FROM THE RECTORY
FROM THE REGISTERS;
Baptism: Sat 13th July: Lauren Bamford (Adult) Sun 14th July: Jaxson Blake Riches-Rust Thurs 18th July: Sarah Goodyear (Adult) Funerals: Tues 23rd July: Karen Doy
Dear friends, The summer holidays are upon us once again. Schools are out and the beaches and the countryside echo to the sound of young and old enjoying the beauty of North Norfolk. For a few weeks an increase in visitors and tourists boost the number of the population in our sparsely populated corner of England. The summer provides an opportunity for some relaxation and renewal by taking time out from the daily routine of ordinary life. When the sun is shining there is no where I would rather be than enjoying everything that Norfolk has to oﬀer. Yet we tend to live increasingly busy lives. Even in retirement I hear people say they wonder how they ever had time to go to work! It is easy to ﬁll our time with activity that we sometimes neglect our need to relax and recharge our batteries. Every day of the week seems the same and we have lost touch with the tradition of one day of rest out of seven. Long gone is the tradition of keeping Sunday special and Sunday has long been no diﬀerent to any other day of the week. The idea of keeping Sunday as the Christian Sabbath, a day that is set apart as a holy day of rest is one that is grounded in the bible and the stories of creation in which God rested on the seventh day. The Ten Commandments command us to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. I remember as a child Sunday had a very diﬀerent feel to any other day of the week. Swimming lessons before attending church, a roast Sunday lunch followed by an afternoon visit to grandparents, Sunday tea and a visit from great aunts and uncles. It was a day that revolved around the family and a day of abstinence from any unnecessary work and we all beneﬁted from it. We all need time out our daily routine for our own well-being. The pressures of modern living make it even more important that we make time for ourselves and for those whom we care about, a weekly rest day and holidays provide us with that time and beneﬁt us greatly. However, you plan to spend what remains of the summer I hope you can create time to enjoy it and spend time with family and friends. Happy Holidays! Fr. Howard
3.30pm Sunday 11th August 2019 The Rector, Revd Canon Howard Stoker will be preaching at Evensong at Norwich Cathedral. All are welcome. www.holtchronicle.co.uk
8.00am Book of Common Prayer Eucharist 9.15am Said Eucharist at All Saints, High Kelling 10.30am Sung Eucharist 5.00pm Choral Evensong (2nd Sunday) (No Evensong in August)
FAREWELL TO ASSISTANT CURATE
Fr. Stephen Graham Sunday 4th August 2019 Fr. Stephen will preside and preach at all the Sunday morning services. All are welcome to join him as he prepares to leave the parish and take up his appointment as Chaplain of Wellington College.
LOOKING TO HIRE A SPACE IN 2019? : The Parish Church Hall and St Andrew’s Meeting room are available to hire for one oﬀ or regular events. Competitive rates. Excellent facilities. Visit the website www.holtchurch.org or contact the Parish Administrator tel: 01263 713479
COFFEE MORNING MONDAYS call in for coﬀee in the meeting room at St Andrews. 10am – 12noon every Monday morning. Always someone to meet and talk to. `All are very welcome.
FROM BEARS TO BISHOPS
A photographic exhibtion of Norfolk’s medieval church carvings by Paul Harley available to view daily in St Andrews until Monday 26th August.
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24 years of service
After 24 years of service with Bakers & Larners Maureen Hooker decided to retire from the company at the end of June. To say she will be missed by staff and customers is an understatement. Maureen has been a key member of the team and during her employment has probably undertaken almost every single role within the store. She started by washing up in the restaurant and progressed to Head of Department. Under her leadership the company won a number of national awards and Maureen was personally recognised by the industry in 2014 when she was awarded the Best Buyer Manager award. Maureen is looking forward to spending more time with her family although she has also promised to be a regular in the store to keep us on our toes!
Holt and District Probus Club
The July meeting of Holt and District Probus Club started as usual with a quality lunch served up by the staﬀ at The Feathers in Holt. Afterwards, Roy Beckley spoke about the North Norfolk Classic Vehicle Club. Roy who is a founder member of the club, said that the original meeting that led to its formation had been in The Feathers and they now have a strong membership who own some hundreds of classic cars and other vehicles. The question was asked: what is a classic car? The answer is “It depends”! A mass production car would have to be perhaps 25 or more years old, but top notch cars – Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar and so on, can be more recent. The club takes part in a number of events, such as the North Norfolk Railway Vintage Transport Day, Gresham Classic Car Show & Country Fair, Wroxham & Hoveton Scouts Classic Car Show and their own “Show ‘n Shine” at Sheringham Golf Club. The talk was illustrated with photographs shown on a screen. Meetings of Holt and District Probus Club are normally held at lunchtime on the 1st Thursday each month at the Feathers in Holt. Enquiries about membership (or about a trial visit - visitors are most welcome) should be made to Secretary Alan Holmes on 01263 710782. Refer also to https://holtprobusclub.wordpress.com/
Holt & District Flower Club
For our July meeting we had a demonstration by Kath Doggett from Willingham, Cambridge and her theme was ‘This time of year’. Her titles for the beautiful arrangements she made included ‘A summer garden’ which was complete with garden fence! A hat box, depicting summer social occasions such as horse racing and a summer wedding; Sunflowers with memories of holidays in France and finally a lovely urn to represent a flower festival. Kath Doggett with one of her The monthly competition, very beautiful arrangements.
appropriately entitled ‘A balm summer evening’ was well supported and the People’s Choice winner was Gill Vickery inspired by Wimbledon! Our next club meeting will be on Monday 5th August when we will have a floral art demonstration by Barbara Collins from Peterborough. Visitors are always welcome £6.50 Club Meetings £15.00 Open Meetings. The next workshop is on Saturday, 20th July at the Copeman Centre, Briston, 1.30 till 3.30pm. We will be making flower crowns, cost £5.00 or £10.00 if you want flowers and mechanics supplied. Non-members welcome, come and have some fun with flowers.
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Our latest trip to Malawi……
Not wrestling with mosquito nets in the black of night or checking shoes for scorpions - just some of the more positive points of returning to the UK! However, Malawi’s in a mess. You may remember that Cyclone Idai tore through the country in March, Heavy rains caused massive flooding, many died, well over half a million people were affected, and the President declared a state of emergency. The high winds devastated our area, breaking down homes, destroying outside kitchens, toilets and other essential buildings, and flattened the maize crop, nearly ready for harvest, in the fields. So, we immediately set to work—we distributed emergency food, repaired boreholes to restore clean, safe water to thousands, and built the first 50 toilets for vulnerable families, for health, privacy, and to minimise the possibility of disease. Boys with tyre As time went on, we checked previous projects—all 5 Community Centres still successfully house nursery schools and other events— over 40 families ran to them during the storms and floodwater, in the middle of the night, to seek emergency shelter and safe housing until their own homes dried out and had been patched up. The bridges we built over the years are still in robust condition despite the high levels of water that hammered them during the cyclone, providing safe crossing points for hundreds. But the storms destroyed large swathes of maize—the staple diet—stealing a whole year’s food from desperate people. The usual “hunger time” stretches from Christmas till the next maize harvest in March/April, so we’ve bought in 15,000kgs of maize (basis for 60,000 meals) which will help about 800 people get through that acute period. But with fields devastated by the disaster, so many have already eked out their meagre maize reserves and are now hungry. Would you consider helping them? We can bring in more maize with more resources. Just over £9 will provide the basis for 200 meals and feed a vulnerable family for a month. Sadly, we can’t feed everyone, but we are always keen to help just one more….. Please help us. You can donate by dropping cash or cheque into our shop (see below), transfer electronically via our website: (www.aid-africa.com/donations.html) or contribute via PayPal (using email firstname.lastname@example.org). Together, we can change lives, please partner with us today! And, another way to help those in Malawi—could you spare 3 hours a week to help in our Charity shop in Holt? We greatly value our wonderful volunteers—thank you ladies for your dedication over the years! But if we’re to keep our shop open to support the work in Malawi, we need more help. Please contact us below and ask to speak to Jenny or Jacqui.
Many thanks, for all your support and encouragement. Lynda Mills, Aid Africa, Charity Shop:7 Shirehall Plain, Holt, NR28 6HT 01263 713641 - www.aid-africa.com
DEMONSTRATION AT WEYBOURNE WI
On Wednesday, 3rd July, over 40 members and visitors attended Weybourne WI to watch a fascinating demonstration of flower arranging given by Crystal Dyball. The meeting began with several items of business, including feedback from Caroline Purkiss (Holt WI), who had attended the Annual Meeting in Bournemouth as our representative. Crystal created four very different arrangements, using a wide variety of flowers and foliage. These included a table display, an arrangement in a tall terracotta pot, another in a large cocktail glass and finally a beautiful display in a whicker trug. At the end of the afternoon these were donated as raffle prizes, which created a last minute flurry to purchase extra tickets. As she worked, Crystal described how her career with flowers has developed over the past 30 years. She runs a variety of classes and workshops and will soon be starting a class in Aylsham, at which new members would be very welcome. She stressed that her classes are very lighthearted with a focus on fun, friendship and flowers. Several members expressed an interest in attending. For further information contact: email@example.com The vote of thanks was given by Lesley Clarke.
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Equine Fun in the Sun
The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment are in Norfolk again on a 3-week summer camp with 130 horses and 200 riders. This gives the riders a chance to increase the bond with their mounts and have a little fun into the bargain. Seen here riding out on Holkham beach, it must be a welcome change to city life for both horse and rider.
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BRISTON DAY CENTRE NEWS
9th WEYBOURNE FOLK WEEKEND
The 9th Weybourne Folk Weekend starts at 7.30pm in the Village Hall on Friday 2nd August. As well as local singers and musicians the main attraction that evening are ‘Rattlebox’, a lively, raucous Folk Group all the way from Corpusty. On Saturday 3rd August we have a wide range of performers. Local singers and musicians start the afternoon at 2.00pm followed by ‘Poacher’ a fine close-harmony trio from Norwich. We continue with ‘5 Shades of Grey’ a well-respected local group led by ace melodeon player Robbie Nash. The star of the afternoon is Kevin Dempsey who surely is an amazing guitarist/singer of international standing. On Sunday 4th August our main attraction is Jez Lowe from County Durham. He has been a stalwart of the folk scene for many years and is a prolific songwriter and excellent performer of many songs based around his native North East. Support will be provided by Phil Riley & Neil Mercer a well-known duo from Leicestershire. Also, we have the Blakeney Old Wild Rovers with their own unique brand of Sea Songs and Shanties. On Saturday Night we have our usual Ceilidh/Barn dance at the Village Hall with the ‘Bounty Hounds’. Always a fun night, come and join in to the instructions given by the caller or just watch others doing their best to keep up! Tickets are £7.00, children free. Bring your own food and drinks. Alternatively, we have a free singaround in the back room of the Ship Inn for non-dancers. All events are free, apart from the Ceilidh/Barn dance. Further details and a free programme by e-mail is available from Tony Baylis 01263 588781 or email@example.com
What don’t we do at the Centre! We don’t just sit and chat or play bingo, instead we love going out and about and having fun! During the last few weeks we had a return visit to see the beautiful Stody Gardens, a trip on the North Norfolk Railway followed by lunch in Sheringham, and a lovely ride to Bircham Windmill for a ploughmans lunch. At the Centre Neil Fippard did a Beatle Drive for us which had us in ﬁts of laughter, Heather had us jumping up and down in our seats with her Extend exercises and Mick Leary had some of us dancing and singing along when he played his Yamaha keyboard to us and told us lots of jokes! We would like to say a very big thank you to Keith Jeary and R.C. and M.E. Edmondson Trust for the very generous donation which will enable us to have a special day out. If you are retired or nearly-retired, and you think you could enjoy doing these sorts of things with our lovely band of ‘regulars’ then why not ‘phone Dorothy or Carol on a Monday or Thursday, on 01263 861120, to book a ‘taster’ session or just pop in and say ‘hello’ and ﬁnd out more about us! We meet every Monday and Thursday at All Saints Community Centre. All Saints Close, Briston, from 9.30am - 2.30pm.
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THURSDAY 25th July
ART ExHIBITION at Brancaster Staithe village hall in aid of Tapping House hospice. Five artists will be exhibiting from Thursday 25th July until Sunday 28th July. 10am – 5pm each day. (Artists are Judi Tussaud, Deanee Clark, Rebecca Lloyd, Colin de Chair and Vanda Richards). Watercolours, acrylics, pastels and oil paintings. Join us for wine and nibbles at the preview evening on Wednesday 24th between 6.00pm – 9.00pm, telephone 01328 316514 for an invitation. Admission free – donations to Tapping house.
FRIDAY 26th July
‘EAST ANGLIAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC TRUST – DULCIMERS OF EAST ANGLIA’ at Sheringham Museum. Lunchtime Talk 12.30-1.15pm. Come join us and learn all about the Dulcimer, perhaps the most distinctive of all East Anglia’s musical instruments. Come discover its own unique story. Free with museum admission, non-museum friends talk only £2.50 per person. CASH & PRIZE BINGO at Weybourne Village Hall, Doors open at 7pm for 7.30 start. All proceeds to the maintenance of Harry Dawson Playing Field. BODHAM AND BECKHAM BYO HORTICULTURAL SHOW QUIZ. The next BYO (Bring your own drinks and nibbles) Quiz takes place in the Village Hall at 7.30pm Doors open at 7.00pm. Table of four £3.00 per entrant. Come along and join other green fingered entrants in the fun and banter – all proceeds towards the Bodham and Beckham over 70’s Christmas Lunch. For a table please contact Harry Bruford on 588122 email: email@example.com
SATURDAY 27th July
50S, 60S ROCK N ROLL DANCE to Kenny and The Motives at Green Centre Park, Wicken Green, Syderstone. 8.30-12.00 bar. Tickets £10 from Sharon 01328 855019 & Karen 01485 529018 proceeds to The Brain Tumour Charity, Addenbrookes. BINHAM ART GROUP ANNUAL ExHIBITION - 27th & 28th July from 10am - 5pm. Over 150 paintings for sale, ‘Have a Go’ table for aspiring children and Refreshments in the Binham Memorial Village Hall, Sat Nav NR21 0DR. In aid of the Wells Community Hospital. Entry is Free. BODHAM AND BECKHAM HORTICULTURAL SHOW takes place in the Village Hall. Hopefully Sowing and Growing, Baking and Making are well under way. Let’s have a wonderful display this year. Schedules available form Shirley & Alan Prince, ‘Outback,’ John William Way, Bodham. 01263 588235 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.binhamartgroup.weebly.com MATLASKE ANNUAL VILLAGE FETE (NR11 7AQ), 2pm. Variety of stalls, homemade cakes, Morris Dancers, Entertainment. Great fun for all the family. See our Facebook Page for further details. PICNIC AT THE HALL – Norfolk Day, 10am-3pm Bring a picnic and spend the day exploring the 75 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens of Victorian Holt Hall. Free tours of the Hall at 11am, 1pm & 2pm. Follow our self-led orienteering trails or visit the Courtyard Café and enjoy delicious homemade cakes and biscuits. £2.50 per adult (children free). Sorry no dogs, only assistance dogs allowed. Holt Hall, Kelling Road, Holt, NR25 6RT. THUNDERBOLTS AND FIRE. Commemorating the fire that destroyed St Nicholas Church 140 years ago in 1879 at St Nicholas Church, Wells-nextthe-Sea NR23 1EQ. Discover the story of this devastating event. Throughout Carnival week and until 11th August we are marking this traumatic time for Wells. Step into the drama, delve into the history through the evocative EXHIBITS and STORIES in picture and text. Displays from our schools and rare archive material will be on show in St Nicholas Church. Open daily 10am to 5pm. Refreshments. Donations invited for Restoration Fund.
SUNDAY 28th July
GUNTHORPE TRADITIONAL VILLAGE FETE. The beautiful gardens of Gunthorpe Hall – the only day of the year they are open to the public. Signposted from the A148 and B1354. NR24 2PA. Sunday 28th July, 2 pm – 4:30 pm. Stalls include games of skill, tombola, grand draw, jumble, garden, cakes etc, cream teas and music by the Aylsham Town Band. All profits from the fete are spilt between St Mary’s Church and the Village Institute. Admission and parking are free. Disabled access to the fete and gardens. GREAT SNORING SOCIAL CLUB VILLAGE BARBECUE & MORE. Fakenham Ukulele Band. Exhibits from the Village Archive. Tombola. Barbecue from 12.30pm. For further details tel 01328 820612
THURSDAY 1st August
SUMMER SALE from 10am to 5 pm at Blakeney Scout Hut. Great Selection of Bargains.
FRIDAY 2nd August
WEYBOURNE FOLK WEEKEND at Weybourne Village Hall NR25 7AH 7.30pm until 11.00pm Various Folk Acts and Concert with ‘Rattlebox’ All welcome. It’s free. Raffle. Further info from Tony Baylis 01263 588781 or email@example.com
SATURDAY 3rd August
FULL CIRCLE. An exhibition of recent work by Margie Britz and Elizabeth Merriman. Salthouse Church, North Norfolk. Saturday 3rd - Sunday 18th August. Mon.-Sat. 10.00am-5.30pm. Sunday’s 11.00am-5.30pm.
WEYBOURNE FOLK WEEKEND at Weybourne Village Hall NR25 7AH 2.00pm until 6.30pm Kevin Dempsey, Poacher & 5 Shades of Grey. All welcome. It’s free. Raffle. At the Village Hall Barn dance/Ceilidh 8.00pm until 11.00pm tickets £7.00 children free. All welcome. At the Ship Inn free Singaround 8.00pm until 11.00pm Further info from Tony Baylis 01263 588781 or firstname.lastname@example.org CRAFT FAYRE at the Feathers Hotel, Market Place, Holt. Selection of quality handmade items by local crafters. 10am-4pm. Contact. 01263 713398. GREAT SNORING SOCIAL CLUB, Village Quiz Night 8pm start. Bar open. 01328 820351. A VILLAGE LOCAL HISTORY EVENT at Old School Hall, Fulmodeston. NR21 0NX. Barney & Fulmodeston Local History Group. Held in conjunction with the annual “Coffee at the Cross Roads” morning at the Parish Church (opposite the hall),10.00 a.m. – 3.00p.m. This event will feature history displays and quizzes with good prizes. Refreshments, cakes and light lunches available. Free admission. Proceeds towards a memorial to aircrew killed when their Hallifax plane was shot down by enemy fire in Fulmodeston during World War II. STALL ON THE GREEN in LANGHAM. This cake and produce stall will be open for business on The Green, opposite the Blue Bell pub, for all the Saturdays in August 9.30-11am each time, starting on 3rd.August. We will be very grateful for any contribution of cakes and produce for us to sell. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. Do come along and see us. Enquiries: 01328 830171.
SUNDAY 4th August
HEMPSTEAD-BY-HOLT TRADITIONAL SUMMER FETE in aid of Hempstead Village Hall and All Saints Church. Lots of attractions including Fun Dog Show, Books, Bric a Brac, Plants and Produce, Cakes, Grand Draw, and excellent teas at Hempstead Village playing field, NR25 6AH next to the church, on Sunday 4th August from 2pm to 5pm. Entry and parking free. For further details contact Yvette Gibson on 01263 712460. WEYBOURNE FOLK WEEKEND at Weybourne Village Hall NR25 7AH. 2.00pm until 7.00pm Jez Lowe, Phil Riley/Neil Mercer & Blakeney Old Wild Rovers. All welcome. It’s free. Raffle. Further info from Tony Baylis 01263 588781 or email@example.com LAUNCH of the ST NICHOLAS RESTORATION APPEAL at St Nicholas Church, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1EQ. Join us in an exciting evening of commemoration and spectacle. From 6.30pm there will be a short service, barbecue, bar, display of vintage and modern fire engines and music. Grand Finale at 9.00pm with lighting of beacons and light show.
@ The Holt Community Centre
Sat 27th July Wimbledon Night! Come and celebrate this Great British Tennis institution, with the newly refurbished Bar open from 7pm serving Pimms and Strawberries and Cream, and a visual celebration of Wimbledon through the ages on screen! Only £2.00 entry Wednesday 7th August FILM - "Saving Grace", starring Brenda Blethyn as a widow who finds a rather unusual and illegal way of paying off her debts. Very funny, feelgood film. Film at 2.30 and 7.30 and tickets are £5. Friday 9th August NORFOLK GIN NIGHT! BLACK SHUCK Gin tastings, live music and delicious nibbles will be available for the very reasonable price of £20. Bar open at 7.00pm. Tickets are available from the usual places. Wednesday 14th August BINGO NIGHT! Bar open at 7 for 7.30. There will be cash and goods prizes, and a raffle. All proceeds to the Charity. Friday 16th August FILM - Sing-along version of "Grease". Come and give your lungs a workout to this iconic film, with all its memorable hits. Tickets are £5. Film shown at 7.30.
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THE FORTHCOMING EVENTS PAGE
SUNDAY 4th August continued
13TH ANNUAL BRIT`S CHARITY CRICKET MATCH at Holt sports centre, Kelling road, Holt, from 1 o`clock. Bar, bbq, teas and coffee, cakes, plus huge raffle, all welcome.
WEDNESDAY 7th August
GRAY’S TRAVELLING FUNFAIR, Blakeney – Will arrive in the village on Monday 5th August, they usually run the rides and stalls from the Wednesday (7th) til the Saturday eve (10th) – If you enjoy the fun of a traditional funfair then come and join us on the quayside. CASH AND PRIZE BINGO at Hempton Memorial Hall, in aid of C.A.T.S. (Catch and Treat Strays) doors open 6pm, eyes down 7pm, raffle and refreshments available. Come early to avoid disappointment. UPPER SHERINGHAM CHURCH - Why not spend a peaceful hour in our lovely Village? Like the "Ritz" we will be serving cream teas (and ice creams) on Wednesday 7th August from 11.30am to 3.30pm (outside if fine, indoors if wet). Also, a chance to browse our Bargain Sales Tables in our Mini Sale. All proceeds to the upkeep of All Saints Church and Churchyard.
SATURDAY 10th August
THE WEYBOURNE HORTICULTURAL SHOW at Weybourne Village Hall on Beach Lane. Open for entries 9.30 - 11.30am (all are welcome - 25p per item), 2.30pm - 5.00pm for public viewing (50p entry). Refreshments provided auction of produce and grand raffle. All proceeds for next year’s show. For info 01263 588049. STALL ON THE GREEN in LANGHAM. This cake and produce stall will be open for business on The Green, opposite the Blue Bell pub, for all the Saturdays in August 9.30-11am. We will be very grateful for any contribution of cakes and produce for us to sell. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. Do come along and see us. Enquiries: 01328 830171 Field Dalling & Saxlingham SUMMER FETE 2-4pm. Villagers’ Hall, Holt Road, Field Dalling. Our annual fundraising fete with lots of stalls and traditional games for all ages. White elephant, cakes, books, plants and produce, gifts and children’s corner, raffle and tombola. Refreshments, hot dogs and strawberries and ice cream, and live music throughout the afternoon by the Norfolk Jazz Quartet. CHARITY DANCE Weybourne Village Hall 7.30 - 10.30 Sequence, Ballroom, Latin and Line. £4 including refreshments. Tel 01328 864404.
SATURDAY 17th August
Great Snoring Social Club, RACE NIGHT WITH HOT PIES. - Doors open 7pm, 1st Race 7.30pm. Bar open. 01328 821187. STALL ON THE GREEN in LANGHAM. This cake and produce stall will be open for business on The Green, opposite the Blue Bell pub, for all the Saturdays in August 9.30-11am. We will be very grateful for any contribution of cakes and produce for us to sell. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. Do come along and see us. Enquiries: 01328 830171.
SUNDAY 18th August
PARTY ON THE PASTURES, Blakeney. This free event starts at 11am and ends at 10pm. Blakeney does Baking – Dog Show – Wild Encounters Birds of Prey Display – Fakenham Town Band – Children’s Rides – Craft Stalls –
Traditional Punch & Judy Show – Classic Cars - Superb Food, Car Boot Stall and Craft Stall bookings are being taken now. Please contact the Clerk to Blakeney Parish Council – on 01263 741106 or email; email@example.com for booking or more information.
WEDNESDAY 21st August
GREAT SNORING SOCIAL CLUB, The Pudding Club. 7.30pm for 8pm. Pay £3 for a taster of 5 puddings and choose a winner. Bar open. 01328 820612.
FRIDAY 23rd August
GREAT SNORING SOCIAL CLUB, Early Doors. Bar opens at 6pm. 01328
SATURDAY 24th August
MNDA JUMBLE/TABLE TOP SALE, South Creake War Memorial Pavilion, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All monies raised going towards research into Motor Neurone Disease. If you would like to kindly donate anything for sale, please telephone or text Amanda on 07899 032382. STALL ON THE GREEN in LANGHAM. This cake and produce stall will be open for business on The Green, opposite the Blue Bell pub, for all the Saturdays in August 9.30-11am. We will be very grateful for any contribution of cakes and produce for us to sell. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. Do come along and see us. Enquiries: 01328 830171.
WEDNESDAY 28th August
“COFFEE MORNING” See old friends or meet new ones for a chat. Memorial Pavilion, The Green, South Creake, NR21 9PD. Tea, Coffee and Cakes/Biscuits will be available. There will also be four stalls selling cakes, plants, books and Greeting cards. There will also be a raffle with proceeds towards local charities. Peter Haywood 01328 823920.
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The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
RNLI honours volunteer crewman who’s served ﬁfty years of saving lives at sea
Sixty-eight-year-old Phil Eaglen has been a volunteer on the Wells Lifeboat crew for more than fifty years - unique achievement that will be impossible to match today. Phil joined the lifeboat in July 1967 after he was persuaded to volunteer by his then boss, Sam Abel, who owned a shop and chandlers. Phil said, “He said to me I should do it. “So, when the maroons went off, which was the signal for a launch back then, I ran all the way down to the boathouse from the town and volunteered there and then.” Phil didn’t get on the shout as he hadn’t been trained but it was the start of a volunteering career spanning more than fifty years. Phil, the emergency mechanic on the crew, says, “It probably wouldn’t be possible to be a volunteer for this length of time these days, as you’re supposed to retire now at sixty-five and you can’t join ‘til you’re seventeen at the earliest.” In fact, Phil should have retired already but he keeps having his retirement delayed because of crew circumstances on the station. The most recent was the retirement of coxswain/mechanic, Allen Frary. Before that it was when Allen broke his leg, then again while Nicky King was being trained up as the new coxswain/mechanic. So he has had his time extended again. Being on the crew now runs in the family. Both his son Darren and his granddaughter Angel are on the crew. Darren received a letter of commendation for his part in rescuing dinghy sailor who’d capsized in blustery conditions in Burham Overy Harbour in 2010. Phil will receive a 50 Year service badge which is to be presented to him by RNLI’s chief executive, Mark Dowie at the 150th Anniversary of the RNLI in Wells. Phil was also invited to the Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace where he met the Duke of Kent who is Patron of the RNLI. Phil was allowed to take one guest, so he chose his granddaughter Angel to accompany him. Phil said, “It was a great occasion, even though it rained, it didn’t spoil things.” He said, “it was so well organised, there were seven thousand people there. It was amazing.” Lifeboat Operations Manager, Chris Hardy, said, “It’s right Phil should be honoured. He is the backbone of the crew and can always be called on when there’s an emergency. It’s amazing to think he been on the crew for a third of the time there’s been an RNLI Station in Wells.” Also honoured at the 150th Anniversary Celebrations will be Fred Whittaker who will be presented with his 40 Year Service badge and Martin Emerson who will be presented with a 20 Year Service badge.
The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
Kharnâ€™s little brownie
Afternoon tea on the lawns are a big part of the Grove and hundreds of people enjoy our lovely food and top-quality gardens (under the fabulous Estate team headed by Nigel) every year. Our chefs love coming up with creative ideas for afternoon teas and the appropriately-named Kharn Brown came up with a cracking t for little brownies, now firmly ensconced on Plate Two and very much appreciated by all who put them in their mouth.
Please do come and see us to try Kharnâ€™s little brownie (and the rest of the afternoon tea) between 2 and 4.30pm every day (24-hour booking essential 01263 512412). 185g unsalted butter 200g best dark chocolate 85g plain flour 40g cocoa powder 50g white chocolate 50g milk chocolate 3 large eggs 275g golden caster sugar
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Holt and District Rotary
On Tuesday 25th June Greg Cooper became the 63rd President of Holt and District Rotary. Greg, who is Treasurer of the Blakeney Harbour Association and the chair of the Holt Dementia Friendly Community Support Group, is keen for Rotary to move forward and make further contributions in the local community. He reflects on the words of Paul Harris, founder of Rotary International in the 1920s, who said â€œWe live in a changing world and Rotary must change with it.â€? Greg challenges Holt Rotary to invite 8 new members and raise ÂŁ5000 during his year in the chair. Quite a task! But knowing what local Rotarians can do when challenged, they will be up for it. The last time Rotary in the area faced a challenge it came from Sir Norman Lamb at a Community Lunch and the result was that Holt Rotary was instrumental in raising over ÂŁ25000 to help fund specialist Admiral Nurses working in North Norfolk. Watch what happens!
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For further information about events and to book please call 01328 710467 or check our Facebook page www.facebook.com/fakenhamlibrary Please check with the library ﬁrst in case of any changes to events. Children must be accompanied by an adult Special Events Mr Sam the Magic Man! Thursday 1st August 2pm - 3.15pm. £3 per child payable on booking. Ages 4+ Alien storytime Monday 5th August 11am – 12 noon. Come along for some alien stories and activities! Minion Mayhem! Monday 12th August 2 – 3.30pm Come along for some simple Minion crafts and activities! Ages 3+ No need to book, just come along! Space Slime Monday 19th August 2 – 3.30pm Try your hand at making diﬀerent types of slime! £5 per child, booking essential. Suitable for children aged 5+ Looking to rent a room for your group? We now have a Community Room available at Wells Library – very reasonable rates! For further information please contact the library! Regular Events Help with your Family History Book a one-to-one sessions with our volunteer. Just ask staﬀ for details. Happy Hour – DVDs are all 2 for the price of 1 - Every Saturday 10am-1pm Games Afternoon Come along for a board game or two. Wednesdays 1 – 3pm. Rosemary Bereavement Group - 1st Friday of the month 10am-11.30 2nd August If you have experienced any kind of loss, then get together for a bit of company with a cup of tea. Seated Exercise – Tuesday’s 11am – 11.45am £2.50 per week. Booking essential. Check dates and book your place with Sue Gathercole of Cardio & Core 07774 245810 firstname.lastname@example.org
Knit and natter - Every 3 weeks on a Wednesday 10.30-12.30pm 7th August, 28th August Book Club - 1st Wednesday of the month 2.30-3.30pm 7th August New members always welcome. Ask staﬀ for details of the books being discussed Crime Book Club - 1st Wednesday of the month 5.30 – 7pm 7th August New members always welcome. Ask staﬀ for details of the books being discussed Just a cuppa – every Friday 11am-12noon Fancy making some new friends, or just to have a good old chat? Then come along to this free drop in session.
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Marine and Wildlife Rescue - Sir David the grey seal release from the Caister Lifeboat Crew and we managed to cut the netting off and release instantly. Unfortunately, calls received for entangled seals have rocketed in recent years .We attend, on average, at least one a month, often collaborating with volunteers from
On Wednesday 3rd July, Sir David, an atlantic grey seal, was released back into the North Sea having spent exactly 3 months at East Winch Wildlife Centre. He had been at the RSPCA facility undergoing treatment for an embedded frisbee cutting deep into his neck.
was transferred to the RSPCA seal hospital. The video of the moment he was captured can be viewed on our facebook page. Had it not been for our strategic planning and the vigilance of the persons who spotted him on a visit to the colony at Horsey, we may have lost the opportunity to capture him. If you are concerned for the welfare of a seal, or other wildlife, please call us on 01692 650338.
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www.marineandwildliferescue.org.uk photos courtesy RSPCA
Our charity has been actively involved in the rescue of seals around the Norfolk coast for many years. In August 2013, we even captured an entangled grey seal on Scroby sand bank off Great Yarmouth. That mission was with help
Friends of Horsey Seals and British Divers Marine Life Rescue.
Sir David was 126 KG when he was captured. After netting him, we managed to get him into a large stretcher and he
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Make sure your dog is Mr or Ms Cool
Summer has finally arrived and the feel of the warmth and heat after the winter is just fabulous. Outcome the shorts and tee shirts but please remember that your dog doesn’t have this option and summer can bring a range of problems for our dogs. Including dehydration, sunburn and heatstroke, all of which can be fatal. So, make sure your dog is Mr (or Ms) cool this summer and have fun. Here’s our Animal Magic top tips for a safe summer with your dog: • Don’t leave your dog in the car – even in the shade with windows open the temperature can soar turning your car into an oven. Remember - dogs die in hot cars. • Try to walk your dog in the cool of the morning or evening and if you really must walk at lunchtime choose a sheltered lane or wood. And never allow your dog to exercise excessively in hot weather. • Consider having your dog’s coat clipped for the summer, most breeds seem to really appreciate this, if you cannot bear the thought of an all over clip then opt for just a tummy clip so your dog can make
contact with cool surfaces. • Provide your dog with a wet towel to lie on and/or a wet towel over their body • Your dog will enjoy a shady spot to lie in but during the hottest part of the day they might be more comfortable indoors. • If your dog goes off their food try to feed them later in the evening when it is cooler and you will usually find their appetites return. • Always carry water with you on hot days and give your dog frequent small amounts. •Most dogs enjoy a paddle or swim and it will help them keep cool but always dry off their ears and under collars to avoid irritations. There are loads of dog ice cream recipes on the internet but a really quick and simple one is to blend 3 bananas, 32 oz of Greek yogurt and 1 cup of unsalted smooth peanut butter and put it in moulds. This will give you lots of treats for hot days, you might even enjoy one yourself! "Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun." - Indian Proverb
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BILLBOARD ITEMS FOR SALE
This space could be used to sell your unwanted goods and make you some money. If you’ve got something to sell, LET EVERYBODY KNOW. Email your FOR SALE items to: email@example.com or leave the details in The Holt Chronicle collection box in Feeney's Newsagents, Holt and we will advertise it for you FREE OF CHARGE if the item is for £300.00 or less, 30 words Maximum. Items above this amount, or if you would like to include a photograph, will incur a charge. Vehicles, cars, caravans, trailers, boats, property, business etc not accepted without charge. Animals - pets, livestock, live fish etc not accepted. Please contact Jo on 01263 821463 for further details.
OLD AUDIO HI-FI SYSTEM OR SEPARATES OR COMMODORE/ BBC/ATARI COMPUTERS AND GAMES Record player, amp, CD, speakers or parts etc., valve radios, valve equipment, radio parts and valves - used/unused for collector. Also unwanted record collections. 07979 384246
MOTORCYCLES, SCOOTERS, MOPEDS Japanese, British bikes etc. Anything considered, any condition, MOT failures, non-runners etc. 07811 574822
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All in very good condition. Adjustable height. £240 ono. 01263 740227.
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EAST OF ENGLAND FACES ‘HEALTH WORKFORCE CRISIS’, SAYS SIR NORMAN LAMB
Former health minister’s comments come as data shows over half of advertised consultant posts in the region failed to result in an appointment.Sir Norman Lamb has described the challenge faced by the East of England’s healthcare system as “a mountain to climb” after data showed that the region’s health workforce faces real challenges. The data, collected by the Royal College of Physicians, shows that the East of England healthcare system is struggling to with recruitment. Over half (51%) of the advertised consultant posts in the region did not result in an appointment; while 58% of consultants reported encountering rota gaps as there were not enough trainees. Sir Norman raised his concern that, as well as facing a short term recruitment crisis, there is a great challenge to come over the next two decades – the ﬁgures show that 37% of East of England consultants will reach the planned average retirement age over the next decade while 45% will reach the age of 60. Sir Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk, commented: “There is clearly a mountain to climb. It takes a considerable amount of time to train medical students up. That we are already facing challenges in terms of recruitment shows that we have to take drastic action to ﬁx the workforce crisis. Worryingly, there is a crisis in the here and now but also the big threat of this deteriorating in the future. I have written to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, asking him to lay out what steps he is taking to solve this workforce crisis. We need to be taking action now.”
Burnham Market Craft Fair
The Burnham Market Craft Fair (which is now its 44th year) will be held on Saturday 17th August 2019. This popular event, which is fundraising for the community, is entirely run by local volunteers. Funds are raised by stallholders contributing 10 per cent of their takings. Proﬁts are donated to local charities and good causes. This year's craftspeople have been selected from nearly 200 applications and have been hand-picked for quality and variety. Traditional, local and regional crafts will be displayed alongside items by local artists, designers and artisans on over 100 stalls in the centre of the village, on the greens, from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Stalls include original art, jewellery, plants, textiles, ceramics, cards, woodwork, pottery, basketwork, sculpture, furniture, glassware, photography, aromatherapy, leather-craft, metalwork and more. There will be a traditional Hog Roast and a Punch and Judy Show will entertain children throughout the day. There are several refreshment stands, plus tea and cakes at St Mary’s Church, Westgate and of course, the permanent good eateries and specialist shops that make up this charming and attractive village. Ample parking is available in the new North Street car park, on the Creake Road Playing Field, or why not come into the village on the Coasthopper bus? (Enquiries regarding the Craft Fair to Lucinda Reddyhoﬀ email lucinda@ theburnhammarket craftfair.co.uk or M: 07771 705 001) www.holtchronicle.co.uk
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The incredible dark skies and landscapes of the Norfolk Coast will be celebrated during a two week long festival this September. Hosted by the Norfolk Coast Partnership, which looks after the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the festival will feature a range of activities run by partner organisations such as the RSPB, Norfolk Wildlife Trust, the North Norfolk and Kingâ€™s Lynn Astronomy Societies. The Dark Skies Festival runs between 6-22nd September and is aimed at people who live, work and visit the coast. There will be something for everyone to enjoy with events including nature reserve walks, bat evenings, star-gazing, and a guided night walk by travel writer Dixe email: email@example.com
Wills. The festival will come to a close with a celebration event on Sunday 22nd September at Binham Village Hall. For more information and details on how to book your place on events, check out the festival website: bit.ly/30i0lCq Join in on social media: Twitter @Norfolkaonb Instagram @ norfolkcoastaonb Facebook: Norfolk Coast AONB Dark Skies Festival page @norfolkcoastaonb Hashtags: #Norfolkcoastdarkskies #darkcoastNorfolk #norfolkaonbdsf The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
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"THUNDERBOLTS AND FIRE"
Sunday 4 AUGUST, 6.30pm St Nicholas Church, Wells-next-the-Sea was engulfed in ﬂames on 3 August 1879, when a bolt of lightning struck the base of the tower east wall during a violent thunderstorm. To commemorate this momentous event there will be an evening of celebration of our Fire & Rescue Service, with BBQ, braziers and a light display from 6.30pm onwards. The St Nicholas Restoration Appeal will be oﬃcially launched with the unveiling of APPEAL THE TOTALIZER.
SHERINGHAM AND DISTRICT PHILATELIC SOCIETY
On July 8th, the Society met for an “in house” evening of displays. 4 members each volunteered to put together 40 sheets from their own collections and to show these to fellow members. Jane Purkiss started things oﬀ with pages illustrating the travels of James Cook, the 18th century explorer. Stamps and First Day Covers showed his ships, navigation instruments, places he discovered or called into en route for provisions, and portraits of Cook. Many countries, connected to his origin and travels, have produced philatelic items in his honour. Society secretary Jim Farrell came next, with a display of recent Irish issues, from 2012 to 2018. These included commemorative stamps of the sinking of the Titanic, of Bram Stoker, (the author of Dracula) and of the 1916 Irish Rebellion. We learned that deﬁnitive, self adhesive stamps are now produced on a roll and can be issued from a machine at any value from 1 cent up to 100Euros. Tony Taylor started the second half of the evening with material from his specialist subject, the Moroccon agencies. He has moved on from stamps and now studies postal rates, post marks, postal stationary and overprints such as can be found on postal stationary from Gibraltar. He also showed postal stationary from Moroccan hotels, each with their own cachet. The evening was completed with Gerry Smith’s collection of stamps, illustrating the evolution of various joint issues between the countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika (later to become Tanzania), Zambia and Zanzibar, as each became independent. From Australia to Ireland, via Morocco at the end of the 19th century and on to East Africa made for a most interesting evening! If you would like to join us, please get in touch with either Gerry 01263 579529 or Jim 01263 721043. We’ll be pleased to see you. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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SPORT AND RECREATION A FOOTBALL qUIz TO TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF ‘THE BEAUTIFUL GAME’
LAST ISSUE’S FOOTBALL QUIZ ANSWERS
1. 4 - 1971–72, 1985–86, 2003–04, 2018–19 2. There hasn't been one. 3. Chris Coleman 4. Scunthorpe United 5. Michael Owen 6. Crawley Town 7. Portugal 8. Portugal 9. Nobody - the numbers were on their shorts. 10. Dini Zoff
1. Who top scored for Norwich in the Championship last season? 2. Who plays at Prenton Park? 3. Which club's ground is on Stanley Matthews Way? 4. Where was the 1986 World Cup held? 5. Who scored 245 goals in 462 appearances for Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, Tottenham Hotspur and Grampus Eight? 6. Who managed Manchester United prior to Sir Alex Ferguson? Pictured here 7. Which club had to postpone a league match because the players went on strike? 8. Who managed Cardiff City in the FA Cup final when they lost to Portsmouth? 9. Norwich manager Daniel Farke played for a team in Germany and later managed them too - who are they? 10. Which 4 teams in the Championship have never played in the Premier League? They have played in old Division 1 previously
Fit Together activities
Wednesdays: Norfolk and Western Line Dance, 1.30pm - 3.30pm at St Andrews Church Hall, Church Street, Holt. For more info 01263 715533. Wednesdays: Circuit Training for Older Adults, 3.30pm - 4.30pm at St. Joseph’s Church Hall, 58 Cromer Road, Sheringham. Booking essential 07766 259999. Cost £2.50. Thursdays: Badminton, 1.00pm - 3.00pm at Gresham Village Hall. Booking essential on 07748 886417. Walks: Please arrive 20 minutes early if you are new to Fit Together. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07766 259999.
by Richard Shepheard. Pies in Norfolk: the "Half-and-half" and the "Fifty-ﬁfty".
Every Friday afternoon old Arthur used to trek over to Upper Ash Farm and do the garden for Delia Dumpton-Drewery. After he had worked his magic with spade and hoe Delia would give the horticultural veteran ten shillings, and, if there was anything to spare around the house, he might be the beneﬁciary of it. One Friday she said: "There's a pie here Arthur, it's been kicking around in the pantry for a couple of days, but I think you'll ﬁnd it's alright." Away went Arthur with his ten bob note and the pie. On the following Friday, when he reappeared, Delia enquired: "How did you get on with that pie Arthur?" He scratched his head and responded: "That wooz sort a half-and half." "What ever do you mean by that?" said Delia. "Well," came the droll response: "If that'd been a little wass (worse) I corn't a ear't et, and if that'd been a little better I shoon't ha' got et!" ................................... Rabbits were plentiful up until the 1950's when myxomatosis took its dreadful toll. Old John preferred his in a pie and the local butcher made a speciality of them with eggs on the top. After 1953, John noticed a change in the ﬂavour and asked Ernie, the butcher what had happened. Taking John to one side, Ernie explained that owing to the shortage of rabbits due to myxomatosis, he had had to augment the rabbit with a little horse meat. "Well, how ha' yow a bin a doin' on et?" said John. "About ﬁfty ﬁfty" came Ernie's reply. "Fifta-ﬁfta! What do you mean-ﬁfta ﬁfta? demanded John. "Well thas's a cearse of one hoss and one rabbit." came the doleful return.
Mannington Estate is hoping to focus children away from their screens this summer to come and enjoy the great outdoors over the holidays. The estate has invested in extending their current children’s playground and also oﬀers a Fairy Trail. The Mannington Minnows Nature Club runs every Tuesday and Thursday during the school holidays with themes such as ‘Ponds & Streams’, ‘Dens’ and ‘Pigsty Art’! Although picnics are welcome, visitors can also enjoy home baked seasonal lunches and cakes at the Greedy Goose café where chef Helen Lewis sources all ingredients locally and produces everything from scratch including jams and chutneys. email: email@example.com
Thursday 1st August – 11am - Bodham - 3 miles. Meet at Bodham Red Hart Inn CP The Street, Bodham, NR25 6AD. No dogs. Thursday 1st August – 1:30pm - Holt Town Bookable - 1.5 miles. Meet outside Tourist Info. Centre, 3 Pound House, Market Place, Holt, NR25 6BW. Find own parking. Book on (01263) 519405 by 3pm Wednesday 31st July. Friday 2nd August – 10.30 - Briston Common - 2.6 miles. Meet at playing field CP, Stone Beck Road, NR24 2LG. Wednesday 7th August – 10.30am – Kelling Telegraph Hill - 3 miles. Meet at the Old Reading Rooms Tea Room, The Street, Kelling NR25 7EL. Printed copies of the full Fit Together programme may be collected from Holt Library.
CHESS PROBLEMS by Dr Cedric Lytton
264. Adams-Zhukova, Gibraltar Masters, 2012.
265. Anna Zatonsih – Jennifer Yu US Women’s Championship, 2018
264. White to play and win.
265. Black to play and win
To remind you, a reflexmate is a selfmate (White forces Black to give mate) in which either side must mate on the move if he can. Solution to Solution to No. 264: (with white Qh3, no h2) 1.Be6+ Nxe6 2. Qh7+ Kf8 3. Rxf6+ and 3… Bxf6 4. Qf7 mate or 3… Ke7, Ke8 4. R (either)xe6+ wins. White was already the exchange up with a massive attack, but this is the least painful end for Black. Apologies for the misprint leaving, shall we say, the rather strong move 1. Qxd6. This one is cancelled (even though one or two solvers have spotted the error) and there will be another game position in due course. No. 265 is the second of four (planned) consecutive game-positions with a prize for the best set of solutions to at least 3 of them. Difficulty 4.
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Blakeney trials first Norfolk launch of unique boat for wheelchair users.
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Blakeney, Cley & District Royal British Legion trials a Wheelyboat to open up the water to wheelchair users.
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On July 10th, 2019, 1PM, Blakeney, Cley & District Royal British Legion hosted a successful trial launch of a Wheelyboat V20, a craft specifically designed with bow doors to make it wheelchair-accessible, from Morston Quay. The Wheelyboat, recently featured on the BBC’s Countryfile programme, opens up the water to wheelchair users and allows them to not only take trips and discover the joys of sailing, but to enable them to take powerboating courses as the boat can be helmed by a wheelchair user. Four wheelchair-bound residents from Halsey House, the Royal British Legion’s care home in Cromer were treated to a personal charter to see the seals at Blakeney Point and to successfully test the craft’s capabilities. Working in partnership with The Wheelyboat Trust, Blakeney, Cley & District Royal British Legion hope to raise funds to make a Wheelyboat available to Legion beneficiaries and others as part of their initiative to provide recuperative breaks using the local resources and working closely with activity providers in the north Norfolk coastal area as well as allowing people confined to wheelchairs to access seal trips, enjoy the pleasures of sailing in the area and take powerboating courses. Charly-Louise Hurst, Event Coordinator, said, “We’re really excited to have had a successful trial launch of this brilliant, innovative craft which makes such a difference to peoples’ lives; being able to board and helm a boat is something that many people cannot do and for us to be able to offer that to them is a real game-changer, particularly in and around Blakeney, which is such a beautiful area to spend time in and to make that accessible to more people by opening up the water to them is such a rewarding thing.”
Walking with Sheringham Ramblers Dates:
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7th: 5.5-mile walk commencing from Weybourne Village Hall donation car park led by Brenda & Graham (contact telephone no: 01263 570084) SUNDAY AUGUST 11th: 9.5-mile walk commencing from Salhouse Station free car park led by Rebecca (contact telephone no: 01692 503122) If you wish to bring your dog on any walk, please phone the walk leader beforehand to ensure that it is a suitable walk.
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Upper Sheringham Bells on their way to Dorset
We have had a very exciting week here on the North Norfolk Coast – many cars and villagers (and a group of children from the local primary school) were stopped in their tracks when they saw a sight many folk never see and certainly only once in a lifetime – the 6 bells from All Saints Church Upper Sheringham being loaded onto a lorry to start their journey to Nicholson Engineering in Bridport, Dorset. When they arrive at the bell works, they will have restoration work undertaken and a new frame and fixtures and fittings will be made ready for their return later in the year. We are immensely grateful to those who have supported this project either financially or with giving up their time and expertise. We have so far raised around £63,000 of the £80,000 required through a mixture of grants, fundraising events and personal donations. A big thank you to those who have already donated, we couldn’t do it without you. Please do consider helping us with this last push! We have a couple of fundraisers coming up – firstly, we are organising a fun variety show “Upper Sheringham’s Got Talent” (no judging, just for fun!) taking place in the Church on Saturday 7th September at 7pm. There will be a wide variety of acts including organists, handbells, singers, LEAMINGTON readings etc etc. Tickets are £12 in advance or £15 on the door (light HERE WE COME! refreshments will be served in the interval). Please do support us if you Congratulations to our new Norfolk bowling can! Tickets available from Sue Morton (01263 826078 or champions! Jennie Eldred, Sue Ealden, email@example.com) Kathleen Cottington and Gillian Pilgrim Secondly, we are organising a Grand Draw to be drawn at the end of the year. Tickets are £1 each or £5 for a book. First prize is Two National Trust triumphed in the Norfolk County’s “Senior 4’s” (over 55’s), final beating Swaffham Bowling Family Day Passes, second prize is a Round of Golf for 4 at Sheringham Golf Club and third prize is a Sandringham Teddy Bear. There Club by 18 shots to 12. They now go on to Leamington are many other prizes and experiences so why not try your luck! Contact Spa in August to compete Sue (details above) if you would like to buy some tickets or think you against the winners from could sell some for us. other Counties in the EBA’s If you would like to donate, please send a cheque (payable to Upper National Championships. Sheringham PCC) to Sue Morton, 4 Linden Grove, Sheringham, NR26 8PD. Alternatively, if you wish to donate electronically, go to Back home in Holt, the Club www.gofundme.com/upper-sheringham-bell-appeal. played host to a touring team from Upminster (of District Line fame). On a four day break in North Norfolk, the tourists had matches with three of our local clubs. The event was very traditional and busy - with no fewer than 56 bowlers on the Green, dressed in bowling “whites”. The home team won, but this was of no consequence on this most friendly social occasion.
Deﬁnition of a Novice: A new convert to bowls who confesses he knows nothing about the game and then becomes angry when you agree with him. The Holt Chronicle Issue 430 26th July 2019
North Norfolk District Council achieves trio of Green Flag Awards for green spaces
Holt Country Park, Pretty Corner Woods and Sadler’s Woods recognized again as among best open spaces in the UK. Sadler’s Wood, near North Walsham, has re-joined Holt Country Park and Pretty Corner Woods in being recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world. Holt Country Park holds its position as a green space for the 14th year running and was joined by Pretty Corner Woods in 2013. Sadler’s Wood first received the accolade in 2012 and despite just missing out last year it has now re-claimed its place thanks to the hard work of our Countryside Team. The parks are among a record-breaking 1,970 UK parks and green spaces and 131 in thirteen other countries around the world that will today receive a prestigious Green Flag Award – the mark of a quality park or green space. Cllr. Virginia Gay, North Norfolk District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Culture and Wellbeing, said: “We’re truly delighted to be receiving a Green Flag award for the 14th year in a row. It’s especially pleasing to hear the news about a Green Flag for Sadler’s Wood. Our woodlands and green spaces mean so much to everyone and these awards celebrate the dedication that goes into maintaining them to such a high standard.” International Green Flag Award scheme manager Paul Todd said: “It’s fantastic that we have more Green Flag Awards in the UK than ever before, joined this year by 131 International winners.” “Each flag honours the thousands of staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to maintain the high standards demanded by the Green Flag Award. We congratulate each and every winner on their fantastic achievement.” The international award, organised by Keep Britain Tidy, recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces across the country. A Green Flag flying overhead is a sign to visitors that the space boasts the highest possible standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent facilities. For more information visit www.greenflagaward.org.uk
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