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Issue 431 21st September 2013

Choir Concert at St Nicholas

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

On Saturday 5 October at 7pm the boy choristers and men of St Nicholas church (now the last such institution in Norfolk outside Norwich Cathedral) will be giving a concert in aid of the church tower fund, and their own choir funds. It will feature a wide range of music from across the choral spectrum including 'Hear my Prayer' by Mendelssohn with the famous 'O For the Wings of a Dove' solo. The concert has a special focus on music that shows off the fine solo voices found in the choir, particularly amongst the boy choristers. Admission on the door is £5 and is under the direction of church organist David Ballard. NEW COMPETITION INSIDE THIS ISSUE!


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North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection

Mimosa, Kingston and Harvey, three of the kittens from the feral colony, have left for new homes and the other five are now all available for re-homing. Kirsch made a good recovery and is a very loving little lad. Dorothy and Felicity the dumped kittens (also mentioned last time) have now gone to new homes. We do still, however, have lots more kittens available in most colours and sizes, all just waiting for that special person to come along and claim them.

more contact and play with their fosterer’s children, her kittens, Hocus and Pocus, should soon also be available.

You may have already seen in the press the story of Nugget, the little cat missing for four years but now Sometimes, persistence does pay as we have discovered recently with happily reunited one little cat. We were first advised about her at the beginning of June, Sonny and Cher, two recent arrivals, with her family, just after she had given birth to 2 kittens. Unfortunately she moved the now up for adoption because we kittens before we could trap her and although she returned for food discovered she was micro- chipped when she was handed in to us as nothing was seen of the kittens for some time. Finally, the gentleman a stray. It is a lovely feeling to be able to re-unite a cat with its owner who had been feeding her was able to trap her and the kittens and they and just goes to prove the importance of having your cat chipped. We came into care. Although the kittens are still a little shy, Magic, their micro-chip all the cats in care if they are old enough and for those that mum, is very friendly and not a feral as we first thought. Still not a year are not, arrange for this to be done at the vets either when they have old this lovely girl has now been neutered and is available. With a little their second vaccination or when they are neutered. In the past we have been fortunate to be able to contact owners of micro-chipped cats handed in to us but do know of instances in other parts of the country where this has not been possible because records have not been At Miramar Vets we know how important your pet is to you and how they updated when the owner has moved. really are part of the family, that’s why it’s important to keep them in tip top Please, if your cat is chipped and you condition. A regular worming regime is paramount to a happy, healthy pet. move, make sure you advise the micro-chip company.

WORMING ADVICE Did you know?

 Worm eggs are present in the environment, you may not notice them or even realise that your pet has worms.  Worms can cause serious health issues for your pet, living inside your pets body they can cause damage to tissues and organs and in rare cases with very heavy worm burdens; fitting, anaemia and eventually death.  Some worms pose a potential risk to human health as well as the health of their host (your pet). Children, the elderly and people with compromised immunity are most at risk.  You cannot prevent your pet from contracting worms but you can regularly ‘manage’ the situation with a good worming regime.

Different types of worm

 Roundworm – common in puppies from 2 weeks old. Cause lethargy, bloating, diarrhoea and weight loss. RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH.  Tapeworm – eggs are present in the environment, linked closely with fleas. RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH.  Whipworm – seen more commonly in kennelled dogs, symptoms include diarrhoea.  Hookworm – can cause anaemia and diarrhoea RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH.  Lungworm – caught from slugs and snails, cause breathing problems and effect blood clotting. May also lead to paralysis and is sometime fatal.  Heartworm – spread by mosquitoes causes coughing and anorexia, can be fatal. UK is currently free from heartworm though it is found in southern Europe, the USA and Australia. TREATMENT REQUIRED AS PART OF THE PET TRAVEL SCHEME From the list above it is clear that not only do worms pose problems for our pets but they are also a potential problem for us too. Even more reason to get up to date with worming routines. Experts recommend you worm your pet at least 4 times a year, however younger animals and those at greater risk, for example keen hunters, may require more regular worming.


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

If however you are interested in receiving help to neuter your cat/kitten please ring 07880 256948 (to see if you are eligible for a voucher).

Open Mornings at Little Nick’s Nursery

Little Nick’s Nursery, at St. Nicholas House School, in North Walsham will be holding Open Mornings on Wednesday 25 September and Wednesday 2 October from 9.30am. No need to book, just come along and see what we do!

The Nursery currently has spaces available for 2 to 4 year olds and offers a varied curriculum including sports, dance and music. All day and sessional care (am or pm) is available during term times and nursery vouchers are accepted without any commitment to continue into our main school.

If you would like further information, or would like to arrange an individual visit, please contact us on 01692 403143.

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National Trust in October

Felbrigg Hall and Gardens The Hall at Harvest - Saturday 5 October – Wednesday 9 October,

11am – 5pm (last entry 4.30pm) See the Hall decorated with flowers, fruit and vegetables from the gardens to celebrate the harvest. Normal admission prices apply. No booking required.

Sheringham Park Parkrun - every Saturday 9am - A timed 5km fun run offering an opportunity

for all the local community, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy this beautiful park and get physically active into the bargain. For full details go to

Autumn Birdwatch - (max 15) Saturday 28 September 8.30am – 1pm Join us on a morning birdwatch around the varied habitats of the Sheringham Park estate at this busy time for bird migration. Suitable for beginners – binoculars available to borrow. Includes a walk of around 4 miles. Refreshment break included. £7 per person Booking required. Tel. 0844 249 1895 or visit 5% booking fee payable Sheringham Park Ramble - Sunday 6 October, 2pm - Bring you

walking shoes to enjoy a guided walk around the park taking in the stunning coastal views many of which were created by landscape gardener Humphry Repton. Free to all

Blickling Estate Objects in Focus - Monday 23 – Fri 27 September - Our team share

their particular passions for unique items in our collection of treasures with a short talk. 12pm & 2pm. No booking required. Usual admission applies (NT members free).

History comes to life - Wednesday 25 September - A maids’ eye view. See the Diggers, our costumed interpretation group, in action




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North Norfolk Chorale Wed. 7.30 - 9.30pm at Methodist Church, Grammar School Rd, N Walsham for part singing - all voices welcome. Maggie Smyth 01603 783841 Nth Walsham Hockey Club – based at the artificial pitch at Cromer Sports Centre. Training – Women & Men Mon 7.30-9.00, Under 15s/U13s Mon 6.30-7.30. Under 11s Fri 5-6 at North Walsham Sports Hall. For info ring Jo Todd (01692) 404440 and Chris Wilde (01263) 721120. Chess Club North Walsham. All ages and abilities welcome. Tel: Geoff 01692 404649 North Walsham & District Ladies Circle - for young women between ages of 18 and 45 years - meet on the 1st and 3rd Tues each month. More info from local membership officer, Shirley Clarke, on 01692 405060. Royal British Legion - Women’s Section will meet in 2013 at St Nicholas Rooms, North Walsham at 2pm on 26 March, 25 June, 27 August and 29 October (AGM) Arthritis Care meet in Community Centre on 3rd Thurs of every month at 2.30pm. Everybody always welcome. Nth Walsham Young Farmers Club meets Tue 7.30pm at Rossi’s Sports Centre. Contact 01603 731307 North Walsham Opera Appreciation Club meets monthly at The Atrium, Spenser Avenue, North Walsham. Annual membership £10, meeting fee £2, visitors £3.50. Further information please telephone Secretary Rosemary Ashton 01692 535699 Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group meets on the fourth Thursday of each month (except December) at Cromer Methodist Church Hall at 7.30pm. Varied programme of speakers - meetings open to everyone. Further info contact Jackie or David on 01692 405492. Royal British Legion North Walsham Branch meetings in 2013 will be held in the Community Centre at 12.30pm with lunch provided on 5 March, 4 June, 10 Sep,5 November and 3 December. Carers, spouses or partners are invited to attend. Please bring a raffle prize to help offset the cost of lunch. Contact:01692 406501 Cash Bingo every Sun at 7.30pm and Whist Drives every Tue, Wed & Fri 1.45pm at Mundesley Bowls Club, Pavilion, Northfields, High St, Mundesley. All welcome. North Walsham Market Cross W.I. meet every second Wed of month at St. Benet’s Hall North Walsham (NB new venue) 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7.15pm North Walsham & District WI meet every first Tues of the month, 2pm, Community Centre. Visitors welcome. Nth Walsham & Bradfield Flower Club meets 4th Thurs each month at 2.30pm North Walsham Catholic Church Hall, Kings Arms St, NW. Free parking. Varied programme demonstrations, workshops and outings. Refreshments, raffle, floral sundries stall. Visitors £4, Members £20 per year. For info tel: 01692 404628. New Life Church meet at N Walsham High School Sun’s at 10.30am, please feel very free to join us! More details at or call 01692 406050 North Walsham & District Historical Society 1st Thur each month 7.30pm at Community Centre. All welcome. The Salvation Army, Hall Lane. Sunday Worship 10am; Army Bear’s Club (Parent & Toddlers) Monday (Term time) 9.30-11am; Lunch Club Mon & Wed, 12.30pm; Friendship Club Mon 1.45pm; Craft Club 1st Wed (Mthly) 1.45pm; Coffee Morning Thurs 9.30-11.30am; Prayers & Soup 1st Thurs (Mthly) 11.45am. Please see window for other events. Major Janet Bishop Tel: 01692 403955. Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity (SANDS) support meeting for parents/families. 3rd Thursday every month 7.30pm at the Friendship Hall in Aylsham. Check website for further info North Walsham Spiritualist Centre 6.30pm - 8pm every Sunday in the St John's Ambulance Hall, Bacton Road, North Walsham. All welcome. North Walsham Art Group - Thursday at the Community Centre 1.30pm - 4.30pm. New members welcome. Call into Community Centre at appropriate time for more info. North Walsham & District LIons Club Bingo every Wednesday in the Community Centre, New Road, North Walsham. Eyes Down 8pm sharp. Contact Elize Wheeler 01692 404254 North Walsham & District Horticultural Society ‘Gardeners Club’ 3rd Thurs each month in Jubilee Room, NW Com Centre 7.30pm. Mrs M Marjoram 01692 402808 North Norfolk Speaker's Club alt Weds at North Walsham High School 7pm - 9.15pm. Open to all ages. Guests welcome. Lynne Goddard 01692 402662. North Walsham & District Lions Club meet at the Community Centre, New Road, North Walsham every first Monday of the month, at 7.30pm. For further information please contact Elize Wheeler 01692 404254 W.E.A Tuesdays at North Walsham Community Centre


10-11.45am. Contact Eric Craker on 01692 405651. North Norfolk Social Centre for the Blind 1st Thursday of every month (except January) in the Main Hall of North Walsham Community Centre 2pm to 4pm. Entertainment plus tea and cakes. Transport can be arranged. For further info tel: Jean Stockdale on 01692 402562. Mundesley Community Choir meet Tuesday at 7.30pm at Mundesley Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Mundesley. New members always welcome - male and female. Further details: Lyndsey King 01692 404266 Cornerstone Church - Meeting in the main hall of Millfield School, Recreation Road, North Walsham, every Sunday at 10.30am. - a warm welcome to all. Visit 07913515072 Nth Walsham Countrysiders Club for young people aged 10-16 meet fortnightly on Thur 7 - 8.30pm at North Walsham Youth Centre. Contact 01603 731307 North Walsham Congregational Church, Cromer Road every Sunday at 10.30am Morning Worship, Communion on 1st Sunday of month. A warm welcome to all Girlguiding - Rainbows Tues evenings. Brownies (4 Packs) Mon/Tue/Wed/Thur evenings. Guides (2 Patrols) Tue/Wed evenings. Rangers Tue evening. For more information tel: 01692 405828 evenings only or 01692 406644 evenings only. U3A (University of the Third Age) Nth Walsham 1st Fri of month 2.30pm Roman Catholic Church Hall on Kings Loke Rd Nth Walsham. Members admission is free. Non-members welcome to attend, entrance fee £2. Details from Membership Secretary Marilyn Nevill on 01692 406069. See U3A website at Voyager Community Group meets every Wednesday in St Nicholas Room, Vicarage St, Nth Walsham 10am 4pm. Informal drop in during morning, afternoon activities. Also Monday mornings 10am-1.30pm in St Benet Hall, with a different activity each week. Lunches available both days from 12pm All welcome. North Walsham Judo Club North Walsham Judo Club meet on a Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm and on a Friday 6.30pm to 7.30pm under 8 years and beginners, 7.30pm to 8.30pm Juniors with Yellow Tabs and above and 8.30pm to 9.30pm High Juniors and Seniors. New members welcome. Tel: (01263) 579345 for details St Nicholas Mothers' Union meets every second Tuesday of month at 2.30pm in the St Nicholas Room for Faith, Fellowship and Fun. A warm welcome awaits. For further information tel: 01692 406566 Tenpin Bowling Trios League 7pm every Monday at Strikers North Walsham. New teams of any standard welcome. Call Dave on 01692 403742 for details Pram Service Meeting in St Nicholas Church North Walsham 2nd Thursday of each month 2pm. Songs, activities, stories & refreshments. All under 5s welcome. Contact 01692 402506 for details. Tea Cakes, join us for tea, cake and chat on the first Thursday of the month from 2 - in St Nicholas Room, behind the church Brite Sprites baby and toddler group at the Congregational Church Hall, Cromer Rd, N Walsham on Tuesdays 9.30 till 11.30am (cost £1.50 per adult and child - 50p for extra siblings). Bridge Club at the Community Centre, North Walsham Mondays 6.45pm. Tel 01263 722290 North Walsham & District Childminding Group meet at Kingfisher Kids Club from 9.30 - 11.30. Drop in Session. All Childminders welcome. Call 07796638020 for details Yoga for Pregnancy Group. Fridays 11am – 12.30pm in the Roman Catholic Church Hall, North Walsham. More details from 01692 407537 Quakers. Friends Meeting House, Mundesley Road, near Swafield. Meeting for worship Sundays 10.30am. Millfield Pre-School offers All-Day and Sessional Care (am or pm), Mon-Fri 08.30 - 3.30 (term time). From 2.5 years old. Funding for 3 & 4 year olds. Childcare Vouchers accepted. Ofsted Registered. Qualified Staff. For more information call Rachel or Jane on 01692 406378 North Walsham Air Training Corps - Monday and Wednesday evenings 19.00 - 21.30 Manor Road Junior School, North Walsham. Open to girls and boys aged 13 - 18. For further information contact 01692 503033 (parade nights only Mon & Thurs) Sandcastles Parent, Baby and Toddler Group. Based at SandcastlesPre-School ( Bacton Primary School). Tuesdays 9-11am. Fun, activitiesand refreshments. £1.50/ family. 07796825983 North Walsham New Road Bowls & Snooker Club. New members welcome. Bowls season starts in April. Snooker played all year round. Membership Sec Steve Covell 01692 402505 or Sec Mrs Walland 01692 402627. The Rotary Club of North Walsham meets every Monday at The Scarborough Hill Hotel, Old Yarmouth Road, North Walsham, NR28 9NA . Further info from Derrick Hankin, on 01692 402381 or Secretary on 01692 400867. Please note we are a dual gender club

AgeUK drop in sessions, North Walsham Library 10 am -12 noon every 4th Thursday of the month Royal Air Forces Association North Walsham Branch meet at The Bluebell Public House, Bacton Road, North Walsham on the first Tuesday of every month 7.30pm Baby & Toddler groups at Kingfisher Kids Club The sessions are play based with the opportunity to get together, have a coffee and chat with other mums, dads and carers. Mon - Story Cafe – 9am – 10.30am £1.50/child. Wed - Music Group – 9am – 10am £1/child. Fri - Baby & Toddler group – 9am – 11.30am £2.50/family. Drop in basis - Term time only - first session FREE Inner Wheel Club of North Walsham meets at 7.30pm on the 2nd Monday of each month. A sociable club, mainly involved in raising money for charities, many of them local. Please telephone 01692 407317. North Walsham Area Acess Group meet 1st Tues of each month 2pm in The Nelson Room, N. Walsham Community Centre. Group of people with various disabilities who try to improve the quality of their life in N Walsham and surrounding area. Linda 01692 218759. Parkinson UK, Aylsham & North Walsham Support Group. Meet second Tues each month 10.30-12.30 at the Sacred Heart Church Hall, Kings Arms St, North Walsham. Contact Terry 01692 406486 Dance for Fun Skeyton Village Hall. Children’s fun dance classes incl ballet, tap, disco and gymnastic dance. Wed 6pm to 8pm. For children aged 5 upwards. Two weeks FREE trial then just £2.50 per week. Maria or Tracy evenings on 01692 580787 or just come along. Upholstery & Soft Furnishings. Come and join a friendly group – beginners welcome – with professional tuition. One Saturday per month, pay as you go. Gresham Village Hall 10am – 4pm. 01263 577573 or eves 01692 407792 The Regal Fight Club Martial Arts Studio, MMa classes Mon, Wed Thurs and MMa striking Friday, all 6pm till 8pm, Call 07876 198898 Pilgrim Shelter, Trimingham Whist Drive every Thursday 1.45pm- 4pm £1.50 per head to include cup of tea & raffle Worstead Toddlers meet Fridays in term time 10am-12. Queen Elizabeth Village Hall, Ruin Rd,Worstead. £2/family plus 50p for each additional mobile child. First visit free. T’ai Chi Tuesdays 2pm – 3.15pm. Roman Catholic Church Rooms, North Walsham. Newcomers welcome Whist Drive Tues & Fri at 7.45 East Ruston Village Hall Sandcastles Pre-School (Bacton Primary School). Sessional care for children aged 2-4 years. Open Monday 9am-3pm, Wednesday 9am-3pm, Thursday and Friday 9am-12pm. Please contact us for further details on 07796825983 or visit ‘Walsham Writers' Group small, friendly group of writers. Meet every 2nd Thurs to share our writing, inspire one another and offer constructive criticism. If you would like to try us out please contact us for further details – either Google Walsham Writers' Group and email us or visit our blog Multisports Bacton -Tues Bacton Sports Field. Holt Wed Primary School Playing Field. Mundesley -Thur Mundesley Junior School. North Walsham - Mon Manor Rd Junior School. We stop at the end of School Term. 5.45pm (for registration) finish 7.30pm. Parents welcome no running required! We can organise CRB checks, if you do not already have a certificate. £1.50 per week, with a maximum of £3 per family. Pre-booking is not necessary. Parents have to sign consent forms before children start. St John Ambulance Divisional and Norfolk County Museum, Preference Place, off Bacton Road, N Walsham NR28 9RF. Open each Thursday from beginning of May until end of October, from 10am to 2pm. Do come and explore our fascinating history of service to the public.

Fledgeling Music classes - friendly, dynamic, energetic and fun. A unique experience your child will love! Who for? Children aged 4 months to 4 years. FREE taster class, members pay only £4, younger siblings £2 babies of older siblings FREE. Paid half termly., Contact Lorna 07500 221121 or North Walsham and District Community Archive meets at North Walsham Library. Please contact the library on 01692 402482 for dates of meetings. Sheringham Stroke Support Group for anyone who has suffered a stroke. Meets fortnightly Wednesdays 2.15pm 4pm at Sheringham Methodist Church on Cromer Road. Further information Harvey Pitcher 01263 512328’ North Norfolk Speakers Club meets every other Wed, 7pm at North Walsham High School. Dates and further info visit or contact Gillian 01692 650250 North Walsham Harmony - a new community choir singing world music - Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at the Salvation Army Hall, Hall Lane, North Walsham, NR28 9DT. £5 per session. Led by Stephanie Anderson (01692 583400). No experience necessary - all songs taught by ear. CONTINUED ON PAGE 8...

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Homes for sale & rent Featured Property



Four bedroom house, converted garage possible fifth bedroom, in small cul-desac. En-suite to master bed, gas CH and UPVC double glazing. EPC Rating D. Sheringham Office 01263 823201

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A large two storey 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom flat in the centre of town together with communal garden and parking. EPC Rating E. Holt Office 01263 711021

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Michaelmass Trosh, Skeyton, NR10 5AW Sun 29 Sept. £3/adult children free (proceeds to Buxton Scouts, Skeyton Village Hall & Church). BBQ, Fish & Chips. Teas & cakes. Working demonstrations of vintage farming equipment, steam engines, thrashing drum, ploughing match Born to be Wild - Fashion show in aid of Prince’s Trust at Gresham’s Senior School, Holt Fri 27 Sept 7.30pm showcasing fashion from boutiques and department stores from Holt. Ticket £25 inc programme, glass of champagne, canapés, a Matrix goodie bag and special offers on the night. To book: Val Mcgouran

North Walsham Photographic Group – 1 Oct 7.30pm Third Quarterly Competition - Open and Set Subject, Monochrome and Colour, Prints & Digital Images – Annexe Business Centre, The Atrium, North Walsham. Liz Fiddy on 01692 582793 or email The Explorers Jumble Sale Sun 29 Sept Scout HQ North Walsham. Proceeds to help fund Norjam 2014

Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group - guest speaker on Thurs 26 Sept will be Chiropodist and Podia-

trist Nick Howsam. Meeting starts at 7.30pm, Cromer Methodist Church Hall. Contact Jackie or David on 01692 405492 or visit

Come for Coffee - it’s for Macmillan. Coffee morning on Fri 27 Sept in the St Nicholas Room (behind the Church) 9.30am to 12.30pm. Cakes etc. and also be a tombola. Everyone welcome to attend so that everyone facing cancer can have a Macmillan team in their corner

North Norfolk Chamber Opera presents an Autumn concert at Holy Trinity Church, West Runton, Sat 28 Sept, 7.30pm. Varied programme of opera choruses and arias with music from the shows. Tickets £5 on the door to include refreshments

Garden Fete at Walsham Grange, Bacton Road, North Walsham, Sat 28 Sept, 1pm. Stalls, games, zootastic, music, barbecue and lots more

Macmillan Coffee Morning on Fri 27 Sept 10am - 12 noon, Thorpe Market Church - cakes, raffle, bric-a-brac, tombola, refreshments. All most welcome, Mandy and Hazel

Tea Dances with the Den-Barrie Duo are back after the summer

break, first one on Mon 30 Sept at the Community Centre 2pm – 4.30pm. Admission £2, includes tea and cakes. Profits donated to charity. We are now in our 11th year and to date have donated just over £9000 to charities or good causes

adults. Transport from North Walsham Railway station available. Last few events still open - anyone interested, ring Mark on 07843 069567 or email

St. James’ Church Southrepps and St. Margaret’s Church Thorpe Market - Harvest Supper, Southrepps Village Hall, Sat 5 Oct 6.30pm. Tickets £8. Come and join us for a meal and an evening of entertainment. Proceeds to the Churches Tickets available by calling Sue on 01263 833697 or Anne on 01263 833320. Tickets to be purchased by 28 September please

Dance at The Lighthouse Inn marquee, Walcott, Sat 28 Sept 8pm. Music for everyone 50s – 90s with Bobby Graham and Connect4. Proceeds shared between Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal and Norfolk & Norwich Surgical Oesophagogastric Gastric Team. Tickets £5 in advance from Veronica on 01692 405408 or The Lighthouse Inn. £6 on the door

St Andrews Church, Felmingham Festival Sat 5 Oct - stalls including bric-a-brac, crafts, books, morning coffee, ploughmans lunches and afternoon teas, homemade cakes and competitions. In aid of Air Ambulance and Kingsbeck PCC

Keeping Abreast Group Coffee and Chat Drop in Session Tuey 24 Sept 10am-12 midday at Merchants Place Church Street Cromer. Volunteers who have had breast reconstruction following breast cancer will be on hand to offer support, provide information and chat about reconstruction in an informal and relaxed atmosphere

Downtide Fayre Sat 28 Sept 12noon to 4pm at Downtide Centre off the A140, next to Alby Petrol Station & opposite Alby Crafts. In aid of PACT & Keeping Abreast

Pigneys Wood - Five free activity sessions at the Wood between 8 & 23 Sept. Expertly led and each different covering bats/moths/wildflowers/trees and insects. Sessions are Lottery Funded and are aimed mainly at

Silent Auction on Sat 5 Oct at Honing Village Hall - Bidding starts 7pm, ends at 9pm - £1 to enter, lots of quality items

What’s On at NORTH WALSHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE (Tel: 01692 403594)

For booking / enquiries ring 01692 402991 unless otherwise stated

28 September ......Clear Cut Duo ...........................£6 ..............8.20-11.45pm 12 October...........Campbells Country Duo............£6 ..............8.20-11.45pm 26 October...........West Country Trio .....................£6.50 .........8.20-11.45pm -----------------------------------------------------------------------WEDNESDAY - EVERY WEEK - BINGO - Eyes Down 8pm North Walsham & District Lions Club

Contact Derek Crane 01692 405617


CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6... Junior Tennis Coaching on the new tennis courts in the Park, Sat mornings 10am-11am ALLwelcome. No equipment needed. Further info Colin 07774 810214 Sheringham Singers Tuesdays 2-4pm Friends Meeting House, Cremer St. New singers always welcomed to this friendly ladies choir. Details: Ro Curtis 01263 768126 Cromer Chamber Orchestra is looking for players (no age limit) all sections woodwind, brass, strings. We meet at Cromer High school on Monday evenings at 7pm (during school term). No audition necessary. Tel 01263 511600 North Walsham Belly Dancer meets Monday evenings at North Walsham Catholic Church Hall. Please telephone Sharon for details on 07538 181409 or e-mail Music in Motion at Victory Swim and Fitness N.Walsham Mon and Tue mornings at 10am (half price swim) and at Elephant Playbarn, Knapton Wed 12.30 and 1.30pm (half price play). Courses start from £3/session and are booked in blocks of 6 and 12 weeks.07946862095 for details




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Cantamus Choir invite new members. Rehearsals every Thurs at 7.30pm in St James Church, Southrepps. No audition required. More information 07785 782 498 North Walsham Cage Bird Club held on 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8pm at Felmingham Village Hall. Everyone welcome. Further info contact Sandra on 01692 404750 Gresham Village Park Sunday Market and Carboot first Sunday of every month commencing on 7 April. Gates open to public at 10am, stall holders and market traders 8am onwards to set up. Pitches are £5. All proceeds go to raising money for the Play Park and Pavilion. For any further details contact a member via or on 07765633549. Postcode for location is NR11 8RT East Beckham Lane beside Gresham Village Church Bittern DX Group – Local amateur radio group that meet on last Thursday of the month (except December) at The Roman Camp Inn, Aylmerton with regular field events throughout the year, find out about us on our Website or Email REME Association Cromer & District Branch meetings held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Halsey House, Norwich Road, Cromer. Ex REME personnel please do come and join us. Tel 01263 825101

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Painting Classes - Painting and Drawing tuition for all levels of painting competence from beginners to those experienced at Roughton Village Hall on Mondays 1.30pm to 3.30pm. £60 for 10 sessions. John Bardell 01603 456602 Junior Tennis Coaching on the new tennis courts in the Park, Sat mornings 10am-11am ALLwelcome. No equipment needed. Further info Colin 07774 810214 Mardle & Munch - Bacon baps, cakes, and scones, tea, coffee and cold drinks, all at very reasonable prices at Lower Southrepps Social Club, Lower Southrepps every Wednesday 10am 'til 2pm. Free Parking available Ballroom & Latin Dance Classes every Wednesday at 8pm – 9pm at The Atrium, Spencer Avenue, North Walsham. £6 each. Yvonne 01692 404479 for further details MS monthly Drop-In 10am - 12noon, last Thursday of each month at Sheringham Community Centre, Holway Road, Sheringham. Anyone affected by MS most welcome. Further details 01263 579453/820047 Sheringham & District Philatelic Society meet at the Church Hall West Runton on the second Monday of each month, at 7.30pm Our members come from all areas of North Norfolk, further details call Jim on 01263 721043

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Natural Shoreline Photography Exhibition

Local artist Sharma Jamieson has two exhibitions of natural shoreline images - at the Rocket House Cafe, Cromer, and Priory Maze Cafe, Beeston Regis, Sheringham through September and October - where her framed photographs and canvases can be viewed and bought.

Sharma writes ‘I feel that North Norfolk is a part of the world you choose to visit, rather than passing through, and this adds to its uniqueness. I was drawn here seven years ago and live in Sheringham. The ever changing face of the seashore is so diverse it brings an opportunity to meet and photograph some very strange and exotic sea life, illuminated by the vast sea skies. I find macro photography, the perfect medium to express and share the minute details of its lives and life cycles. I am a member of Nova (North Norfolk Organization for Visual Artists)’.

For more information, please email: or telephone 07736 345935

Youth HUBs aim to be centre of local Youth Communities

North Norfolk Youth HUBs is the new service supported by youth charity MAP, which is committed to providing an open and friendly space in which young people can socialise and take part in FREE, enjoyable, positive activities and local projects. The HUBs aim to support and provide useful information to all young people aged 13-19 years old in North Norfolk. The activities and focus of each HUB will be discussed and planned by the young members themselves, as will the taster sessions and any future community projects with which the HUBs will become engaged. The intention is for the HUBs to meet every fortnight.

Will, the Senior Youth Worker for the NNYH project, says, “These HUBs are a welcoming space where young people can relax and enjoy themselves with the support of trained Youth Workers. They also provide a great opportunity for those young people who wish to grow in confidence or gain valuable experience in planning, fundraising and leadership.”


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Will and Hannah, both from MAP, have already had great success with the new Cromer HUB, and are about to open another three HUBs in Stalham, Mundesley, and Sheringham in early September. Each HUB will run once a fortnight from 4-6pm on a Wednesday or Thursday.

See what Will and Hannah have been up to in Cromer, find out more about your local HUB, and help us promote the project, by liking NNHUBS on Facebook.

DATES: Cromer - Merchant’s Place, every other Wednesday, 4-6pm

Sheringham - Odd Fellows’ Hall, every other Thursday, 4.30-6.30pm

Mundesley - Scout Hut, every other Wednesday, 4-6pm

Stalham - Stalham Sports Centre, every other Thursday, 4-6pm

To find out venues, activities and timetables for Cromer, Mundesley Sheringham or Stalham Youth Hubs please contact us at or on 07876864281. Cromer Road, Mundesley, Norfolk NR11 8DF Tel: 01263 720 513 Email

Future events will include Martial Arts taster sessions, BBQs and sports events.

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FREE ADVERTISING OF HOUSEHOLD, GARDEN AND PERSONAL EFFECTS ONLY Maximum 30 words, total value of £300, one ad per person per issue (vehicles, cars, caravans, trailers, boats, property, business etc not accepted without charge) Animals - pets, livestock, live fish etc not accepted


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Broken games consoles, Nintendo, Sony, Xbox in any state considered. Will collect locally. Mobile:07780649282 Can you help to save our songbirds? We need anything saleable for Songbird Survival (charity no 1085281). Tel 01692 400780 Any original items of Second World War Homefront / Norfolk / RAF / ARP / Home Guard items or memorabilia for a new display at the RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre opening this summer. Tel 07919 182990 Any donations of wool gratefully received. Whatever we receive will be knitted into baby hats to donate to the Norfolk and Norwich Premature Baby Unit or hats and gloves for the Christmas Shoebox Appeal. Please call 07796638020 or email Laptop projector and screen for use at local Diabetes charity meetings must be in good working order and very reasonably priced please call 01692 405492 or email Computer running Windows to help Happisburgh Coast Watch create a computer based log system. We are a charity monitoring activity on the sea and land off Happisburgh coast and linked to the Coast Guard service Tel George 01692 406755 Self-propelled lightweight wheelchair must be fully foldable for easy transportation with quick release rear wheels reasonable price Tel 01692 405226 Medium fish tank and cabinet or stand reasonable price Tel 07543 213908 Buggy and highchair for use at grandparent's when baby visits Tel 01692 406035 Tape or CD of ‘Home from the Sea’ sung by Jim Davidson and Caister & Cromer lifeboat crews. Also ‘Can we go around again’ by Bacardi and Coke. Tel 01263 838744 Pre 1940s wardrobe maximum 4ft wide Tel 01263 821810 Wool or wool mix trousers brown or grey size 8 length 30 inch onwards. David Napier nightdresses pyjamas size 8. Skirts wool or wool mix size 8. Prices considered. Tel 01263 740877 Garage to rent in Overstrand to store an MGTF sportscar Tel 01263 576727 Records 45s 78s and LPs all considered Tel 01692 405756 Henselite Sterling bowls slimline HM size 1 will pay reasonable price Tel 01263 513092 Victory Housing exchange wanted – I have a 2 bedroom ground floor flat near schools looking for 1 bedroom flat house or bungalow in Sheringham or West Runton Tel 01263 822052


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North Walsham & Dilham Canal Trust

The Trust held its fifth Annual General Meeting on 29 August in Dilham Village Hall. This was well attended and all the Trustees stated that they had no other relevant interests to declare. The chairman Mr Roy Medcalf was unavailably absent and the meeting was chaired by the Vice-Chairman, Mr Chris Black. He said that the official newsletter of the Trust, “The Quagmire”, is now being edited by Julie Bygrave and therefore a more regular delivery would be assured, as he is inundated with paperwork for the cause – mainly in connection with the Environment Agency. A calculated plan had been put to the EA in June in connection with the re-watering of the dry section of the canal above Bacton Wood Lock. The plan shows the quantity of water flowing into the section from the Swafield side and details the quantity of that water required to operate the lock and also to run the water wheel at Bacton Wood Mill without detriment to the depth of water in the canal above or in the backsoke running down past the now defunct Sewerage Works at Spa Common. This re-watered section of the canal would provide untold benefits to farmers, wildlife (flora and fauna), birds, amphibians, fish and ultimately leisure and pleasure for local inhabitants and visitors to our beautiful area. David Revill, PLO and Work Party Organiser, said that the work parties had been seriously curtailed in this area due to the Stop Notice placed by the EA on work on


the Ebridge Pound. This Stop Notice had also prevented the canal owner, The Old Canal Company, from carrying out its duties on the canal, as laid down by the EA itself, despite the Acts of Parliament governing this canal. We are planning work at Briggate Mill Pond and lock in the later part of the year and also in the Honing Lock area. The permissive path alongside the canal from Ebridge Mill Pond is considerably well used by walkers who admire the clean air, crystal clear water of the canal and the abundant show of natural growth at the side of the water together with the large range, now, of wildlife. Brian Wexler, Wildlife Officer, reported that the bird life at Ebridge is astounding with goldfinches, wagtails, warblers, swallows, marsh harriers, kingfishers and others. Now that the water level here is constant due to it being controlled, as it should be in a canal, water voles are now visible as are water snails and many types of dragonflies. Sue Boulton, Membership Secretary, said that there is now a direct application page on our website, Sue is working hand-in-hand with Julie Bygrave, IT Officer and together they have inaugurated this site and stated that on one day alone 117 people had viewed it. Tom Carr, Chartered Surveyor, showed a copy of the Trusts’ ‘Position Statement’ which had been earlier produced and widely circulated to relevant authorities. He also said that our local MEP, plus one in another region, has given his support to our

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cause. Two new Trustees, Julie Bygrave and Barry Mobbs, were duly elected and the acting Chairman welcomed and thanked them both for the work, which they had already carried out for the Trust. The existing Trustees were all re-elected by a show of hands; Chris Black, David Revill, Brian Wexler, Sue Boulton, Roy Medcalf and Roger Hopkinson. A new post of Honorary President was confirmed with the election of Mr Alan Faulkner. Alan has been involved with this canal for many years and took part in over 90 meetings, being instrumental in having surveys, both environmental and structural, carried out on the canal in the mid 90s. Mr Neil Storey of the Griffon Area Partnership gave a presentation on screen of their new “Trails” project to be launched next year. This covers ‘Trails’ to be followed of Magnificent Churches; the Military; Wind and Water Mills; The North Walsham & Dilham Canal; Second-hand Books; Ghost Hunters; The Maritime Trail and Historic Transport. The Trusts thanks go to Carole Bullinger, Secretary, who is not a Trustee but who does an enormous amount of behind the scenes, mainly, work for the Trust and keeps the agendas and minutes up to date and in order and arranges events such as the Ebridge Event. A full copy of the minutes will be available on the web at a later date.

David Revill, PLO and WPO, 01603 738648

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Our Autumn menu lunches and snacks are served from Monday until Saturday, from a simple snack – a soup, sandwich or panini to a lunch with a choice of lovely fresh fishes and other delicious dishes. Our popular two or three course Sunday Lunch is priced at £16.50 or £18.50 and we do ask for table reservations. is served in our restaurant. Gluten free and vegetarian menus are available.

Come and enjoy your anniversary or birthday with us, individually arranged with care and experience for that special day. Do please discuss your special occasion with us and remember it is our pleasure to allow you to relax and enjoy being with your family and friends in peaceful surroundings.

Many local groups, clubs, societies return time and again to enjoy a Christmas lunch or dinner with us. Do ask us for a sample menu.

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Keep Safe this Winter

Gas Safety Week is an annual Safety Awareness week trying to raise the profile and importance of both natural and LPG gas safety.

and up to 250,000 illegal gas jobs may be carried out each year (Gas Safe Register Research 2009).

Its aims are to encourage the public to take care of your gas appliances especially as we approach the start of the heating season. It is co-ordinated by the Gas Safe Register with support from the gas industry including retailers, manufacturers, consumer bodies and their Gas Safe registered engineers.

♦ Although there is awareness that gas appliances need to be safety checked annually, 43% of Britons don’t do it, and 10% have gas appliances which have never been checked

♦ Twenty one million households in United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey use gas (natural and LPG) for heating, hot water and cooking, yet we take it for granted that our boilers, cookers and gas fires are safe. Badly fitted and poorly serviced gas appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Don't forget to check your engineer's Gas Safe ID card. They should all carry one with them. If you are unsure, you can check this also on the Gas Safe website or by calling 0800 408 5500

(Gas Safety Week Research 2011).

This year sees the third Gas Safety Week taking place, from 16th – 22nd September 2013. With national advertising, media coverage and events throughout the week, we want gas safety messages to reach far and wide right at the start of heating season.

KEEP YOUR HOME SAFE We rely on our gas boilers, cookers and fires to keep warm, have hot baths and showers and cook hot meals. It’s important that gas appliances are safety checked every year and regularly serviced to help keep us safe. Just as you get your car MOT completed and serviced every year, you should have your home gas safety checked every year by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

♦ Every year thousands of people across the UK are diagnosed with carbon monoxide poisoning. It is a highly poisonous gas. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

♦ Gas Safe Register estimate that there are a hard core of around 7,500 illegal gas fitters operating across the UK

If you rent out your property, even to family or friends, it is compulsory by law that this is

done annually to avoid the risk of invalidating your home insurance. You can find a list of Gas Safe registered engineers in your area on their website

Getting your appliances regularly serviced can actually save you money too as it helps to ensure that your system is running efficiently, thereby reducing fuel costs. It prolongs the life of your system much the same as having your car serviced does for your vehicle.

Remember also that if you have had a new boiler installed in recent years, then annual servicing of such helps to validate your boiler warranty.

There are a number of Gas Safe plumbing & heating engineers in the North Walsham Times Service Guide and throughout the magazine.

(Information supplied by the Gas Safety Register and Aquaflow of Sheringham)

North Walsham Players

NWP's Variety Gala Night features magician/ illusionist Luke Cook, who has appeared in Cromer's Seaside special and also Thursford’s Christmas Spectacular.

Luke will be joined onstage by instrumentalist Rachel King who has played in hotels and on boats around the world and also popular local singer Dale Bullimore, who has been singing since a very young age and can these days be found supporting bands, singing in pubs, holiday camps and also Cromer Carnival.

The show takes place at North Walsham Community Centre starting at 8pm. Tickets are priced at adults £8, children £4 and ALL proceeds will be going to the East Anglian Air Ambulance. To book tickets in advance telephone 01692 402116.


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A Taste of what it’s like to be blind – on a plate

We are delighted to be working with the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind as we launch this year’s Grove event in the Norfolk and Norwich Food Festival.

Together we are hosting a prestige evening on October 4th where guests will be blindfolded to sample their dinners – unaware where the food is situated on their plates.

It’s a great opportunity to sample some of chef Charlie Hodson’s award-winning fare, created as always with a much locally-sourced produce as possible, but this time with the added quirk of not being able to see what you’re doing with your knife and fork! And as always Charlie has some delightful food waiting for all those brave enough to go under the blindfold… “Those of us lucky enough to have the use of our sight tend to make some big mental decisions when we see the food arrive on the tables, and utilise our other senses – taste, touch, smell – after that,” said Charlie. “So it will be very interesting to hear if, for example, people notice the flavours more intensely, or the aromas as the food comes up to the table. “It’s going to be a lovely event and we are really looking forward to seeing people’s reactions to having to concentrate on using other senses as they eat.”

The charity’s events manager and former Norwich City footballer, Jeremy Goss said: “Just imagine trying to eat a Sunday roast when you can’t see to cut the beef, slice a roast

potato or identify where the carrots and peas are. It would be a nightmare for sighted people, but it’s a situation blind people are confronted with every day. It’s compounded when they are eating out when it can be embarrassing to be seen touching your food.”

The Blind Dining Experience is being held on October 4 at 7.30pm, and will include a talk on how blind people cope by the NNAB’s leisure co-ordinator Mark Smith, who is himself blind.

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Mr Smith said: “Like everyone else, I love eating out with family and friends, but it can prove difficult at times when you literally can’t see what’s in front of you. I’m hoping that by highlighting the situation and giving people the opportunity to sample what it’s like for themselves, both restaurants and diners will understand the need to be tolerant.”

The 2012 Norfolk and Norwich Food Festival saw the very successful Jazz Tapas come to the Grove, and this year we’re delighted to be working with the NNAB, who are dedicated to helping visually impaired people live as in-

dependently as possible, reaching more than 5000 Norfolk adults and children each year with a range of services.

The NNAB receives no State funding, relying completely on donations, legacies and fundraising events.

Only a few tickets remain for the evening, at £40 a head for the locally-sourced three course meal. Diners will not be expected to wear blindfolds throughout the meal – simply to try the experience to learn more about the problems blind people face. Please call the NNAB on 01603 629558 to book tickets.

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THE NORTH NORFOLK GARDENER GROWING HERBS ON THE DANUBE although the use of the term ‘garden’ is a slight exaggeration there were indeed herbs growing on the deck although they were planted in a series of small containers. Most of the commonest herbs were there such as mint, sage and thyme and they looked well trimmed which would indicate that the chef did indeed use them when preparing the meals.

The temperatures and conditions on the Danube can be quite extreme, we had readings of 90 degrees plus but it can get very cold, wet and windy and if the herbs can survive in such difficult conditions it only confirms that we could all grow herbs in our own gardens, containers or on the window ledge.

Advertisements for river cruises seem to dominate television at the moment especially Viking who sponsor Midsommer Murders, Poirot and numerous other whodunnits. Their ships claim many features to attract customers including a walking track on the deck (26 laps to the mile), various games and sports including putting and outdoor chess and perhaps most surprisingly an organic herb garden ‘atop the deck’.

When we chose to travel along the Danube with this company I was interested to check whether there was in fact an herb garden and

Planting herbs in a container is particularly good because it means that you can have them in a convenient place near to the kitchen. It also means that it is possible to move the herbs around so that they receive the summer sun and the winter protection they require in order to survive. Containers can be planted up with herbs as easily as any other plants, look attractive and smell delicious. Variegated or coloured forms add extra interest.

Herbs can easily be grown from seed but to save time ready grown plants are always available from markets, garden centres, supermarkets and even your local greengrocer. If you have bought large plants split the clumps to make more plants and space them out in the container. Depending on the variety you should be able to fit six plants in a 12 inch container.

• Suitable herbs. Most herbs are suitable for containers, providing they have well-drained compost and a sunny position. Small herbs such as chives, basil, marjoram, oregano, parsley and sage are particularly suited to container cultivation. Larger herbs such as rosemary need regular trimming. Tender herbs such as coriander and basil are fairly easy to grow in a container if they are given winter protection, but - since these herbs often deteriorate over winter – they are best re-sown annually to ensure a new growth of vigorous plants. Mint is so invasive it is best planted in a separate pot.

• Pesticides. Avoid pesticides whenever possible. If you must use them, select those suitable for use on edible crops and that have short persistence. Check for pests and diseases regularly and deal with them promptly.

• Freezing to preserve. Store chopped herb trimmings in ice for use in the winter when herbs are scarce. Thaw, and drain them if necessary before use.

The cruise itself was excellent with passengers from all around the world, but the greatest number came from the USA, and the reason for this brings us back to the power of television. It seems that in America, Viking River Cruises sponsor Downton Abbey and many of the Americans we spoke to were absolutely fanatical about the programme and to satisfy them the two series of the programme were available, on demand, in the cabins. Bob Wilkinson

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Having enjoyed our summer break, our next meeting is next Thursday 26 September in the Catholic Church Hall and is sure to be full of fun as the effervescent Julia Knights returns with ‘Let’s Dance the Night Away’. There will be home-made refreshments at 2pm, and the demonstration starts at 2.30pm. Plenty of free parking.

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Lots of us have remained very busy during the summer, and just a couple of weeks ago, twelve of our ladies helped me put on yet another fantastic show at Potter Heigham Church during Bank Holiday weekend. This year's theme of ‘Vacations’ produced many colourful and exotic displays with almost 100 different types of flowers used. If you didn't manage to see it, the photos will be on display on 26 September.

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We were so lucky with the warm weather and even luckier to have had another visit by Treasure Quest and Radio Norfolk.

Another diary date for our meeting next month on 24 October - talented demonstrator Barbara Collins from Peterborough is presenting us with Treasure Quest's Sophie Little some ‘Oriental Moments’ - more on having spotted the clue in the that next time. champagne bottle on the Monte Carlo Exhibit.

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If music be the food of love … Love food? Love music?

and on 28 September and 5 October, thanks to support from Creative Arts East and Norfolk If the answers Arts Council, they will be in Aylsham! are yes, the 2013 Bang On! offers a whole percusAylsham Food sion experience to people of all Festival, 4th to ages, whether you just want to 6th October, is watch and listen or, even better, definitely not to join in the fun. On Saturday 28 be missed. September at Aylsham High School, Bang On! will be The Festival, running a series of three free sponsored by AEG and J B Postle, first about bringing such a well known group to the workshops where you can go along and disintroduced music to its programme in 2012. Festival. ‘Bang On! cover a percussion experience that will prove This was so well received that Festival produce a great addictive sound’ she says ‘and music can be made from almost organisers Slow Food Aylsham decided to it's difficult to keep still while they're playing. anything. All 'instruments' will be on hand and include it again for 2013 by booking the Their visit to Aylsham offers everyone, young you don't need any musical experience, just the and not so young, the opportunity to enjoy a highly acclaimed percussion duo Bang On! ability to enjoy yourself! The two percussionists have been semiunique musical experience’. The duo will be back in town on Saturday 5 finalists on TV's Britain's Got Talent as well as October, this time in the Market Place and You can book your free place at a appearing at the Olympics opening ceremony. Town Hall. There will be two more workshops, Bang On! workshop by logging on They have toured in Europe, played in the Far starting at midday, and at around 3.30pm a East and of course at many venues in the UK to Grand Finale performIf you have the energy left after Bang On!, ance in the Market there's another musical opportunity during the NORTH WALSHAM POOR’S Place involving everyFood Festival weekend. On Saturday 5 October one who has played in ALLOTMENT CHARITY at 7.30pm in the Town Hall, Norfolk based the workshops. Registered Charity No: 214445 band Rig-a-Jig-Jig will be playing and calling Slow Food's Jill Willis SMALL FINANCIAL GRANTS FOR the dances for an evening of country music who has arranged for fun, staged in association with Aylsham NORTH WALSHAM RESIDENTS Bang On! to be part of Heritage Centre and Aylsham Local History the Food Festival says Do you know someone – elderly, or with health problems; a family Society. For the full Festival programme visit she is really excited with debt and un-employment problems, a student struggling with penses at college, a child missing out at school ….? The North Walsham Poor’s Allotment Charity has funds available to help residents of the parish of North Walsham who have financial difficulties, or to support educational needs. Preference is given to Applicants who have lived within the parish for at least three years and are able to satisfy the Trustees of their need. Applications from individuals or organisations working to support residents of North Walsham, are accepted. Also young people starting a new career, college or other training may apply. The next meeting of the Trustees will be early in November and the deadline for applications to be submitted for that meeting is Friday 2nd November 2012 For an application form, please contact either the Clerk, or the ChairAre you young, bright and able to deliver man, if you know of someone who might benefit from support from this great customer service? Charity. All information is kept confidential to the Trustees and the You may not have experience in the jewellery business, but will Clerk, unless permission is given to share any of it with a third party. have the opportunity to learn many aspects of this interesting Clerk to the Trustees at 32 Skeyton Road, North Walsham, NR28 0BT, trade. or to the Chairman, the Rev’d Derek Earis at The Vicarage, Yarmouth Training will be given and trade courses made available to you. Road, North Walsham, NR28 9AT The position will include working Saturdays. If you would like to be an important part of our team please send a CV with a handwritten covering letter to: Michael Lane, Lanes Jewellery, Market Place, Holt NR25 6BE Email: Glazing, Replacement of Locks, Hinges, Handles, Phone: 01263 713738


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Aylsham Model Railway Exhibition

The Broadland Model Railway Club (BMRC) is holding its annual Model Railway Exhibition on Saturday 5 October in the Jubilee Centre at Aylsham from 10.15am to 4.30pm.

This year’s event has the greatest number of layouts yet with 18 having been booked to be shown. These range from N to G scale and include narrow gauge to garden size. There will also be trade, Friends of the BVR and BMRC stands. A new layout by the name of St Alham built by one of the BMRC members will be making its debut public appearance Free parking at the BVR Station and a classic vintage coach will run between the Station and the Jubilee Centre. Refreshments will be available at the Station’s Whistle Stop Restaurant and the Jubilee Centre. Admission is £4 for adults and £3 for children and concessions. Wheelchair users and their companions are at concession rates.

The event is sponsored by the Bure Valley Railway and supported by The Royal British Legion, Aylsham Branch Women’s Section. All return passengers arriving from Wroxham by train will only have to show their ticket to gain free admission to the exhibition.

Aylsham Library

Do you have sight problems? Are you no longer able to enjoy reading? Why not come along and discover a world of enjoyment and interest through our Audio Book Group at Aylsham library on Tuesday 15 October from 10.30am until 12 noon. Please contact Aylsham library on 01263 732320 or Mark and Simon on 01603 629558 or

Surf's Up Reunion at Aylsham Library. If you have attended a computer course at the library, then we want to hear from you! Come along for coffee and let us know how you are getting along. It will take place at Aylsham library on Wednesday 2 October between 10am - 12 noon. Hope to see you there.





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Swap Hibernation for Blood Donation

With the days getting shorter and the long summer days drawing to an end, NHS Blood and Transplant is asking people to swap their sofa for a donation chair at one of the upcoming blood donation sessions in local area. The change of weather also sees the start of the colds and flu season which can mean existing donors are unable to donate whilst they are unwell. With only four per cent of the eligible population giving blood regularly it is important that others come forward to donate blood if they are able to do so.

Derek Carr, Lead Donor Relations Manager for NHS Blood and Transplant, said “For many, October can be a quieter time of the year socially and, with the dark nights drawing in, it can be tempting to stay indoors. However, we would ask people to fight the urge to hibernate and save lives instead. If you are generally in good health you could potentially help to save up to three lives with every donation you give. Colds and flu can have a knock-on effect with blood stocks, this is why we need people to act now to help save and improve patients’ lives across England and North Wales.”

Every day hospitals in England and North Wales need around 7,000 units of blood to treat patients with a range of health issues including patients with cancer, patients in A&E and women needing blood during maternity care.

Anyone aged between 17 - 65, weighing more than 50 kg (7 stone 12lbs) and in general good health could potentially start saving lives by becoming a blood donor. There is no upper age limit for donors who have donated in the last two years. Whilst we can’t collect blood in every town and village there are regular opporSHORTTHORN’s tunities for people to PAVING SERVICE attend blood donor sesBlock Paving Specialists * Design & Construction sions across the region. Drives, Paths & Patios * Shingle Drives

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Older People from North Norfolk Area Come Together to Discuss the Challenges of Rural Living

Age UK North Norfolk is giving local older people the chance to share their experiences of rural living with local MP Norman Lamb.

The event is part of Age UK’s nationwide campaign, ‘Later life in rural England’, which aims to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities faced by older people living in rural England.

The event will be hosted by Age UK North Norfolk at Pinewood Park Leisure Centre, Holt Road, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TU, on Friday 11 October starting at 10am.

Lyn Battrick, General Manager, Age UK North Norfolk said: ‘Living in the countryside holds many advantages for older people, including peace and quiet in beautiful surroundings and a strong sense of community. Yet while the ‘rural idyll’ holds true for some people, with poor transport links and large distances between towns and villages, living in a rural area can present unique challenges for older people. We want older people in North Norfolk to have their say on these issues and discuss solutions to these problems’.

Age UK’s campaign – ‘Later life in rural England’ – is calling for all levels of government to: • ‘rural proof’ policy and services that may have an impact on rural areas and make older people a priority in this process • take the ‘rural premium’ and social value of services into account • support community participation • target social isolation in rural areas

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Dear Margaret,

Reference letter from PCSO 8577 Rob King in The North Walsham Times issue 429 of 24 August.

In answer to the comments he makes, why is it that Poppies Nursery, a commercial business, has legal access to the Memorial Park, a public place, but the public cannot park in Farman Avenue to gain access to the Memorial Park? There is no other official car park area other than on Yarmouth Road, a very busy road, which is hazardous for dogs, toddlers and mothers with prams to get out of vehicles. This seems a very bias and unfair application of the law for sensibly parked cars. Kind regards, Helen Rayner, North Walsham



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Dear Margaret,

The people of Sheringham should be aware that some of the advantages that they currently enjoy are now under a real and present threat. Chief among these is the existence of the Poppy Line, one of our major tourist attractions. If the NNR is allowed to proceed with its plans to turn the Poppy line into just another link in a regular train service between Norwich and Holt or beyond, it cannot possibly retain its present character, and Sheringham will lose its fame as a unique, steam train town, and will become just another stop on a main line route. This would be a disaster for our town. Another advantage that we currently enjoy is that of free access to our main street via Station Road, the main entry point to Sheringham. Not a great privilege, you might say – no more than we have a right to expect. But this too could be denied to us if the NNR is allowed to build level crossing gates over this key route, which will be closed every time the regular train services pass through. The Shannocks of the 1960s abandoned their station and opted for a bare stopping platform instead precisely in order to get rid of their level crossing gates, which even then were an intolerable obstruction to traffic. To restore them now would not be in the public interest. If motorists learn to avoid Station Road because of the regular blockages there, what are the alternatives? Any suggestion of using Beeston Road as a main entry point to our town is, of course, a joke. This leaves only Church Street as an alternative. But the Church Street bridge is narrow and dangerous, as is Church Street itself between the bridge and the church. Surely our traffic problems are bad enough already without adding to them. Will the existence of level crossing gates encourage people to come to Sheringham? I rather doubt it. They are more likely to avoid our town as it acquires a SHIN-SHINE reputation for traffic congestion. Professional Valeting Service Our shopkeepers too should be concerned about the NNR’s plans. and Hand Car Wash If our town is regularly bisected by trains trundling slowly through Car Wash streets from only £4 will be cut off, but access its heart, it isHand our shopping that 7 DAYSunimpeded. A WEEK 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to TescoOPEN will remain Drivers might well come to think, 01692 406020 / 07825 165653 ‘Why risk a jam? Just go to Tesco.’ In short, the NNR’s plans for Unit 7 Rose Centre Retail Park a Norfolk Orbital Railway willWalsham be an unmitigated disaster for Norwich Road, North Sheringham (LEGRICE if they areGARDEN allowedCENTRE) to proceed. What are our local councillors, who ought to be governing in the interests of Sheringham instead of those of the NNR, doing about it? Let’s see, shall we? First, half of Ottendorf Green, once a pleasant, open, green public space for us all to enjoy, was handed over to the Railway Interest. They built a track over it. Then they were allowed to extend that track over our main street, linking up with the main line, all with no public consultation whatsoever. Now the signal box has been moved, and level crossing warning signs have gone up on Station Road. What do you think is going to happen next? If the NNR decides to throw up crossing gates over our main street, will they ask us for our permission first? Will they even ask us for our opinion? No, our irresponsible councillors will simply nod their plans through again in the same way as before. Their behaviour has been absolutely disgraceful. I have never lived in a town whose local government has been so blatantly neglectful of the interests of those people who elected it. We certainly need a referendum on this issue before the plans of the Melton Constable Trust are allowed to proceed any further. I suggest that we should all write to our councillors to demand one. If it is refused, they should do the honourable thing and resign in disgrace. Ross Wordie Sheringham

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Circular Railway to Norwich


The ambition to establish a Norfolk Orbital railway has moved forward with the purchase of a vital piece of former railway track bed at Holt – and the charity behind the scheme, the Melton Constable Trust, is appealing for £85,000 to secure the next stretch.

The eventual aim of the company behind the Norfolk Orbital railway, the Holt, Melton Constable and Fakenham Railway (HMCFR), is to link the existing rail heads at Holt on the North Norfolk Railway and Dereham on the Mid Norfolk Railway, via Fakenham, to create a passenger carrying railway line that brings rail travel back to communities throughout Norfolk that are currently entirely reliant on car and bus transport. Both the existing railways have connections to Network Rail at Sheringham and Wymondham respectively and the line would be built on the track beds of railways closed in the 1960s as part of the Beeching axe.

The first stage, however, is to bring a regular rail service to Norwich back to the town of Holt. The purchase of the key section of former trackbed to the south of the North Norfolk Railway’s station on the outskirts of Holt brings this aim a vital step nearer reality. The company has also agreed terms for the purchase of a further section of land and paid a £15,000 deposit.

“This is major progress of the most practical kind,” said Trevor Bailey, one of the trustees of The Melton Constable Trust, the registered charity that plans to rebuild a railway extending from the North Norfolk Railway's present terminus into and beyond Holt. “Now we can offer the best of reasons why the public and organisations should give financial support towards the next stage.”

The Trust is now launching an appeal to raise £85,000 to secure the next stretch, crucially requiring £20,000 by 30 November this year. Last year the Trust had a significant success in being accepted into the Big Give, one of the country's main challenge funds for charities. The Big Give partially matched donations from the public.

David Bill MBE, a trustee of the charity whose family long worked on the railway before its closure in 1964, had been impressed by public support. “We were amazed how enthusiastically people from the local area and

all over the country responded to our initial, quite small scale, fund-raising push. It is down to them that the Trust now owns this vital piece of land. We are today launching a new fundraising campaign to enable us to buy other key sections. We need every donation we can get in the coming weeks.”

opportunities to all parts of the country.

At the same time, we shall be very happy to see the North Norfolk Railway's heritage services running to Holt. Those services provide huge car-free tourism benefits and could be of great economic advantage to Holt itself.”

An agreement has been signed with the North Norfolk Railway covering the extension of the railway into Holt and the principle of a through transport service from the Bittern Line.

The Trust's Patron, Lord Walpole, had received news of the first land purchase with delight. “I am so pleased. So much work has been put into this project. Now we can see it starting to become real in no uncertain terms. I urge everyone who cares about public transport, the history and the future of the rail system, car-free tourism, the local economy and the Norfolk environment to support the next stage with any donations they can afford before the end of November.”

The Trust's immediate intention is to secure the land for the route, so that nothing can physically block the building of the railway, the construction of which will be subject to the normal statutory permissions and standards.

The plan, drawn up by expert railway engineers, W S Atkins, takes the railway for part of its route onto the wide area of land alongside the Holt bypass, the road having taken the original trackbed. There are detailed design issues but Norfolk County Council has made it clear that it has no objections in principle.

Trevor Bailey emphasised that the Trust's first concern was to restore train services to Holt and beyond in order to provide efficient and environmentally friendly public transport. “The North Norfolk Railway has already been reconnected to Network Rail's Bittern Line at Sheringham. We want to see Holt linked back into the national rail system, with travel

Local tourist organisations have welcomed the development. Mark Durrant, operations manager at Kelling Heath Holiday Park, said: "It looks like exciting times are ahead for the Melton Constable Trust with works now going ahead to prepare land for the potential extension to the heart of Holt itself. Tourism is the largest industry in the region and Kelling Heath fully support the proposals to improve the accessibility both to and from this unique part of North Norfolk.

“There is no doubt this development would increase visitor numbers to the region and provide a well needed boost to the shops, restaurants, accommodation providers and businesses not only in and around Holt but also in the wider North Norfolk area."

Donations can be made to The Melton Constable Trust, The Railway Institute, 6 Briston Road, Melton Constable, Norfolk, NR24 2DA.

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News from the White Horse Overstrand with Head Chef Nathan Boon

It is hard to believe we are now in the month of September, the weather is still good and we are still seeing plenty of holiday visitors at the White Horse and are pleased to see so many familiar faces from this time last year. We have just started our Autumn run of ‘Speciality Food Nights’, always popular they give my kitchen team a chance to offer a range of dishes that we might not normally cook and of course our customers even more food choices. Starting on the 18th September there will be a different them every Wednesday until we start our Christmas Menu’s in December. Already planned are the ever popular Seafood and Steak nights and along with Grill, Burger and Italian nights there are more themes still to be announced. Don’t forget that our Christmas and New Year Menus are freely available from

the pub so if you are planning a Christmas party for workmates or with friends you should call in and get a copy, we are always happy to help with any special dietary requirements and for larger parties we are again this year offering a free disco.

This year seems to be a bumper year for apples os I have written my own recipe for Apple Pie always a favourite and so easy to make its an ideal Autumn dessert which all the family can enjoy.

Nathan Boon’s Recipe for Apple Tart Ingredients: 500g Coxs Apples for purée, 100g Caster Sugar, 750g Cox's Apples for slicing, 500g Puff Pastry, 50g Butter

Method: Peel, core and quarter 100g of apples add to the pan with 75g of your sugar and 4 tablespoons of water simmer for 20 minutes strain off excess fluid. Roll out the pastry into roughly a 30cm circle (an average dinner plate can be used as a template) place on greased baking tray, prick with fork leave a one inch border unpricked, spread the apple compote on the pastry leaving the one inch border. Chill in the fridge for 20 minutes. Peel, core and slice remaining apples. Arrange the sliced apples in circles overlapping on top of the apple purée. Melt the butter and brush over the apples, sprinkle with the remaining sugar, bake for around 30 minutes on 190c. Can be served with Creme Fraiche, Vanilla Ice Cream or for a change try Toffee Ice Cream.

Poppy Appeal Auction of Promises Success

The Poppy Appeal Auction of Promises held in Mundesley on 24 August at the Haig Club, Mundesley was a great success. From 57 lots under the gavel the proceeds of £971 has been given to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. With this amount it now makes a total contribution from Mundesley and District for 2012/13 period of £4660.78.

I wish thank all the following sponsors who supported this event Pat Nerney (auctioneer), Cheverton Printers, Halfords, Garden Restaurant, Cromer, Gold Park Hairdressers, Rock Paper Hairdressers, 4 Paws, Stalham, Waitrose/John Lewis, The Lighthouse Inn, Lidl North Walsham, Pam Soper, Royal Hotel, RPM Gents Outfitters, Mundesley Butchers, J B Postle North Walsham, Manor Hotel,, Sam's Pets, Norfolk

Needlecraft, The Cockerel Tearoom, Crayford & Abbs Mundesley, Roys, Cromer Lifeboat, Tesco, Mundesley, Mundesley Gift Shop, Computer Assist, Morrisons, Coastal Pharmacy, Woodland Holiday Park, New Sage Chinese Take Away, Norfolk Equine & Pet Care, The Village Café, Jupe Ladies Fashion, Tony Gent, Mrs Angela Smith, Stewart Sidaway, Richardson's Holiday Centre, Ship Inn, Mundesley Golf Club, Anna Ovenden, Adam Sewell, Patricia Welsh, Wrenford Thatcher, Overstrand Garden Centre, The Lobster Pot, Mundesley Cafe and Deli, Sainsburys, Mundesley Hardware, Flower Shoppe, Country Pickings, Eric Dolden, NGS, Anglia Regional Co-operative Society, Len Croft and Mundesley Haig Club Derek Sidaway, Poppy Appeal Organiser, Mundesley and District

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A Good Night Out in Northrepps

Northrepps Film Society’s first ever show on Thursday 5 september was judged a great success by all. Twenty people turned up to see The King’s Speech at Northrepps Village Hall where they enjoyed a cup of tea or glass of wine in the foyer before filing in to take their seats. The large screen surrounded by black drapes gave the hall the look of a real cinema and a speech by Alistair McKay, Chairman of Northrepps Parish Council, provided the Society with a fitting inauguration. According to audience feedback after the show, everyone found the sound and picture quality excellent and some who had seen the film before said they enjoyed it even more the second time. The Society’s next film, on 3 October, is Midnight Cowboy, John Schlesinger’s gritty 1969 study of the relationship between two outsiders (Dustin Hoffman and John Voight) struggling to survive on the streets of New York. Admission is £4.50; doors at orthrepps Village Hall open at 7pmwith tea, coffee and licensed bar - the film begins at 7:30 p.m. The Film Society will then look forward to showing Cromer in the Second World War on 7 November when Peter Stibbons will introduce the film and take questions afterwards.


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Zoe Hall and June Phipps, both members of Animal Magic Dog Club have been appointed as the club’s very own Fairy Dog Mothers. The scheme has been set up to allow the club to support local dog charities with their doggie related community events. Club Manager Bronwen Bell said "we receive so many appeals for help from charities and good causes that we were becoming overwhelmed with requests. Our Fairy Dog Mothers are volunteers, donating their time and expertise to assist the charities who need our help.” Whether it’s advertising your event, loaning equipment or just offering a helping hand, our Fairy Dog Mothers are just the wave of a wand away. Every Christmas one lucky charity will be chosen to receive a significant donation from Santa Paws who delivers presents to the dogs Christmas party. The Fairy Dog Mothers have wands at the ready waiting to grant your wishes. If you’re a canine charity who needs a helping hand and a sprinkling of Animal Magic, please get in touch. Animal Magic Dog Club based near North Walsham is a fun, family orientated club offering a wide range of training for puppies, junior and adult dogs. For more information on the club and classes available please call Kathy on 01263 720730 or visit our web site

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Happisburgh Lifeboat Station - Three Peaks Challenge

From the peaks and troughs of the North Sea, to the three highest peaks in the British Isles, Happisburgh RNLI Lifeboat Station volunteers went into action and completed this massive challenge to raise money for the RNLI.

On 24 August, Christian Larter, Jake Munday, Dave Cato, Will Baker, Danny Cordukes, Tim Grimmer and Justin Arnold left Happisburgh for the drive to Ben Nevis to start the Three Peaks Challenge. This challenge involved climbing a total height of 3,407 meters and hiking a distance of 25miles up and down plus driving a total of 1,338 miles from the starting point of Happisburgh Station.

At 7.50 am the six crew, with their Guide, Billy Burnside, started the challenge in the rain and mist of Ben Nevis, which they completed in four hrs and 35 mins. Will Baker said of this first leg “the enjoyment of walking Ben Nevis was barely hindered by the foul weather and the poor visibility. On the descent, the clouds cleared revealing an astonishing view of Fort William and behind it, Loch Linnhe.” Christian Larter said “the sheer drops and picturesque waterfalls made it all worthwhile.”

favourite climb as they timed it for a spectacular sunset, which will be an awesome memory.” Tim Grimmer remarked “to see the sunset on Scafell Pike and the sun rise on Snowden will always be ingrained in my memory.”

The whole challenge took 23 hrs and 14 mins, which was well inside the 24 hrs target. The six volunteer crew would like to thank all their sponsors who made this achievement possible: Chris Trott of Trott’s Rentals for the minibus, Richardson’s Boat Yard and Nicholsons Stalham Engineering for the cost of the fuel, Norfolk Yacht Agency has helped with the cost of the Guides, Mountains Glen who arranged the Guides who were excellent, all were active or past mountain rescue team members. All other costs for the trip were met by the volunteers themselves so that all the money raised would go to the RNLI. The six volunteer crew from Happisburgh have raised so far £2,500 for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

Top of Ben Nevis

Justin took the strain as he drove them to Scafell Pike. The climb started at 7.30 pm with their guide Jamie Annetts leading, taking three hrs and five minutes to complete. Danny Cordukes commented that “this was my

Justin then drove through the night to Snowdon and the final climb, which started at 3.05am on 26 August. The guide was Tom Furey and this climb took three hours and 59 mins, crossing the finish line at 7.04am. Jake Munday revealed that “the ascent of Snowdon was challenging using just the moonlight to illuminate the way to the peak - the summit was quiet and peaceful with panoramic views over vast areas of Wales”. Dave Cato said that “it was epic climbing by moonlight.”

Members have been entertained by a variety of speakers during the past few years, but it is difficult to recall anyone who has succeeded in covering such a wide range of topics as Jayne Evans last month.

overthrow of the Ceausescu regime. Finding infants, probably about eighteen months old, enclosed in a row of cots, bearing an uncomfortable resemblance to factory farming, she attempted to pick up a child.

This shows the dedication of our volunteers at Happisbugh, who have raised £7,500 from our Lifeboat day and the Three Peaks Challenge, all in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, to allow them to carry out their role of saving lives at sea.

Donations can still be made online at for the next month, or call in at the Lifeboat Station, Cart Gap, Happisbugh on Tuesday evenings, Fridays between 9am-4pm and Sunday mornings.


Topics included a dog called Delia to ‘tapping the Admiral’. While many will probablyrecognize the former as being an acknowledgment to a local culinary celebrity, far fewer will connect the latter to Nelson’s sailors drinking the brandy in which their late commander’s body was preserved during the voyage from Cape Trafalgar to England.

Perhaps we should not find this surprising for someone who has spent much of her career in journalism. Although fiercely loyal to the principle of a free press, and the contribution investigative journalism makes to a democratic society, she was also critical of the abuses. This was reflected in her reaction to what she felt was an unfair report in the ‘Sun ‘ following her interview with the mother of Keith Bennett, when she was asked her opinion on the question of Myra Hindley writing a book on the subject of the murders.

The Leveson enquiry naturally gave rise to discussion but she felt with the present level of technology hacking is almost inevitable.

A particularly emotive memory was a visit to Romania on behalf of the BBC following the

The response was uncontrolled screaming because the children had not previously experienced physical affection.

A visit to Liverpool to find the reaction of local people to the Hillsborough disaster and to Afghanistan to meet the Royal Anglians also provide vivid memories.

She also spent a spell with the Norfolk Constabulary as a public relations officer. Not surprisingly she found this as both challenging and enlightening, given that the Police have entered the field of public relations rather later than many contemporary organisations.

Jayne is presently employed as marketing and events manager for the Norwich Forum, with a governing body of twelve trustees. One of their imminent projects is examining the career and death of Nelson. While his singular contribution to

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British naval supremacy for over a century is beyond dispute, the refusal of the Establishment to acknowledge his wish for the provision of Lady Hamilton is less well known.

The Club next meets on the 25th September, when new members are very welcome.

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North Walsham Table Tennis STAR PAVING SERVICES Cup Battles Get Season Underway

The good news for the Star Paving Services North Norfolk Table Tennis League - which celebrated its golden jubilee at the end of last season - continued at the start of the new season with three new teams being welcomed. A third extra team for Aylsham and a second at Gresham’s School join a new club – the Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham. The five North Walsham teams return with NWSCA defending both their League crown and the Knockout Doubles Cup and NWSCB also looking for a strong performance in the top flight. However Outlaws, Specials and Gresham’s School A will all be very strong rivals. NWSCD have managed to stay in the first division by the skin of their teeth for the second year running as the new teams (who enter in the second division) have seen them fill the last of the ten available spaces. NWSCD will be looking for win the Handicap Singles Cup for the third year in succession. The nine teams in the second

division include both NWSCC and NWSCE. The new season got underway with the preliminary matches in both Knockout Cups with thirteen teams in each competition receiving byes through to the first round proper and the remaining six forced to fight it out for the remaining places. In the Knockout Doubles Cup, NWSCB’s Dennis Elliott, Paul Price and Simon Halliday hosted Outlaw’s John Hancock, Steve Patterson and Colin Humphries at North Walsham Sports Centre. The tie started with two hard fought five setters with the players understandably a little rusty after the summer break. Hancock and Humphries defeated Elliott and Halliday but the latter’s high standard of looping continued as he teamed up with Price for a five set win against Patterson and Humphries. Elliott and Price then saw NWSCB into a 2-1 lead with an 11-6, 14-12, 11-7 win against Hancock and Patterson, but after that the Outlaws stepped up a gear and won each of the next four battles in

four sets to win the tie 5-2.

Aylsham B’s new venue at the Care Trust Centre was christened with a match against NWSCE as the team of Hugh Rout, Ian Potter and Nash Panday won 6-0. The visiting team of Joel Lodge, Stuart Hook and Tom Wardle stretched the hosts to five sets on two occasions and four on another. NWSCC’s Chris Johnson, James Morter and Edna Stone hosted Backhander’s Teucer Wilson, Whil De Neve and Rod Goffin in the Knockout Singles with Wilson winning the opener against Johnson in four. Morter had a couple of chances to take a set from De Neve, but a fluke serve closed out the win for the Backhander 14-12 in the third. Next Goffin defeated Stone 11-3, 9-11, 5-11, 11-8, 11-9. A trio of wins in straight concluded Backhander’s 6-0 win.

Big generosity and smiles all round for Norfolk on Match Day

Norfolk’s cancer charity Big C saw generosity by the bucketful on Norwich City match day

Norwich City’s match at the end of last month was win-win for Norfolk. Not only did Norwich win their third match of the season, but the first charity collection of the season saw Norfolk’s cancer charity, Big C walk away with buckets filled with over £2,000 – all to be spent on supporting people in Norfolk with cancer as well as their friends their families.

Norwich City fans came from far and wide to help with the collection at the football ground on Saturday. There was a fantastic response to Big C’s call for help via Facebook and Twitter - it encouraged new and seasoned volunteers to help out on the day of Norwich’s home win.

The Charity Day collection is one of 5 held each year and was organised by Joyce and Colin Bell, helped by Emma Fletcher from the

one at NNUH, one in Great Yarmouth town centre, support at the Louise Hamilton Centre at the James Paget Hospital and a Centre coming soon to King’s Lynn.

Football club. The money raised will go to help the Big C Centre in Norwich, which currently helps over a 1000 people with cancer and their carers per month, using facilities such as counselling, information, welfare advice and somewhere to relax with a cup of tea.

So a win-win for Norfolk all round, plus the Big C team got to have their picture taken with the man of the match Leroy Fer.

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Big C funds ground-breaking research into cancer at UEA as well as paying for support and vital life-saving diagnostic and surgical equipment, as well as running Big C Cancer Support and Information Centres, based in key areas around Norfolk.



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