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Issue 438 18th January 2014

Happisburgh Lifeboat Station

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At the end of December Happisburgh RNLI Lifeboat Station volunteers were reunited with Quila, the dog they rescued off Sea Palling on 22 December.

Mike and Caroline Jenner brought Quila and her daughter Summi to meet the crew who had pulled Quila from the reefs off Sea Palling. Jake Munday, Will Baker and Sean Ferguson had been out on their morning exercise just before Christmas when they were made aware of the lost dog, last seen drifting out to sea off Sea Palling.

Their second meeting was a much more pleasant meeting! Quila was pleased to meet up with the crew again. Mike and Caroline, the dog’s owners, were so grateful to the crew for their hard work. After the meeting they all went back to the crew room where they were able to watch the whole rescue on video, with the crew giving them the full story. Then Quila presented a donation to Will Baker on behalf of the RNLI.


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Churches Together Christmas Lunch 2013

Christmas can be a lonely time for many people, but thanks to local organisations and businesses, the true meaning of Christmas was not forgotten in North Walsham.

Once again this year a band of hard working volunteers from Churches Together in the town gave up time on Christmas Day to provide lunch to people who would otherwise have been on their own on this special day.

For a wonderful selection of beautifully handcrafted Gifts and Cards Unusual & often unique

The sky was clear and the temperature quite chilly, as we welcomed some 90 guests into the warmth of the Community Centre, ‘with a glass of sherry, a smile and an invitation into the dining room to enjoy a traditional Christmas lunch’ said one volunteer.

We were delighted that Jacqueline Belson, Mayor of North Walsham, was able to be with us, taking time off from her own family Christmas lunch to greet everyone. After Grace from Father David Bagtaff, the cooks and helpers sprang into action, like a well oiled machine, to serve a delicious turkey meal, accompanied by a glass of wine, to all present. Unsurprisingly everyone was soon in good spirits, and the sound of people talking and pulling crackers filled the room.

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After lunch everyone received a box of Waitrose biscuits, and enjoyed Christmas cake with a cup of tea, followed by the Queen’s speech.

All too soon it was time to depart as carriages arrived – well, the community bus and volunteers’ private cars – to convey the guests safely home.

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We should like to thank The Blue Bell Inn, North Walsham Lions and Waitrose for their generous donations, The Beechwood Hotel for donating Christmas Crackers and After Eight Mints, North Norfolk Laundry for the table linen and linen napkins, North Norfolk Community Transport who transported our guests, North Walsham Community Centre who let us use their facilities for free and of course all members of the team - unsung helpers one and all – who prepared and served the meal and contributed to a memorable, festive and community Christmas for those present.



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Dear Margaret,

I would like to say an enormous thank you to everyone who was involved with the organisation of the Christmas Day lunch at the North Walsham Community centre for the people of North Walsham who would have otherwise been on their own on that very special occasion.

A marvellous day was had by all - from the moment we walked through the door, the service was 5 star. We had a wonderful traditional lunch, followed by a raffle where almost everyone had a prize. We listened attentively to the Queen`s Speech and in addition to that everyone went home with a Christmas present which was beautifully wrapped.

I am extremely grateful to all those who made our Christmas Day 2013 exceptional - this includes Roger and Pauline Vincent, JohnWatts, the Churches of North Walsham, Waitrose, The Beechwood Hotel, The Lions Club and anyone else that I have unintentionally forgotten to mention.

On behalf of everyone, I wish them all a happy, prosperous New Year 2014. Yours sincerely, Christine M

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The past year has been as varied as usual but this time, unlike 2012, we had a long run of fine weather from July onwards and very little in the way of cold weather in the last three months of the year.

Fully insu red, regu lar or one-off clea ns

The first six months were generally cold/cool but with an above average content of high pressure especially to the north, rainfall was below average . Of note was the persistence of a north or north-east wind off the cold North Sea . As we enter 2014 expect a continuation of what we have been having in December as the Atlantic still has plenty of energy in this year. Towards the middle of January we start to see overall pressure rising giving rise to more stability in the atmosphere so subsequently there will be more chance of some less volatile weather.

To sum up for February and March it looks like temperatures will average out a little below average and under high pressure conditions there will be some decidedly cold overnight temperatures in March. Only towards the end of March will there be any fine, warm weather and this is likely to be short lived. Ned Nimbus

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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 2014 will be held in the Community Centre at 12.30pm with lunch provided on 5 March, 4 June, 3 September, 5 November and 3 December. Carers, spouses or partners are invited to attend. Please bring 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: Janet on 01263 722022’ 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 01263 721570 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 Thursday 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 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 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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Rotary praises local generosity for flood appeal

A BIG "Thank You" to the people of North Walsham for supporting our collection for a very local cause - the Walcott Flood Relief Fund - and giving so generously. The collection, in the Market Place on Thursday 12 December, raised ÂŁ900 with a further personal donation of ÂŁ500. Brilliant!

Stories from the day ‌‌

• one lady, dropping a £10 note into the collecting bucket, said she was a victim of the 1953 flood at Bacton and was pleased to support. • another offered shelter to victims over Christmas

• one Rotarian said “It was a privilege to stand in the Market Place, even in the perishing cold, collecting for such a good cause.â€?

It all proves what a great community spirit is alive and well in North Walsham. Thank you.

Rotary praises response to Philippines Appeal Members of the Rotary Club of North Walsham would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to all the local people for their generous donations to our Philippine Disaster Appeal collections in the town last month. “The response was tremendous� says President Dennis Simpson, “showing the caring

nature of our local community.�

A total of almost ÂŁ1200 was collected and this will be used with other club funds to purchase two ‘Shelter Boxes’ providing emergency housing and vital equipment. Each ‘Shelter Box’ contains a dry weatherproof shelter, warm beds, water purification equipment, cooking aids and utensils, a practical toolkit and a children’s pack for ten people for six months.

We have also purchased five ‘Water Survival Boxes’. Each box, with a capacity of 54 litres, contains a water purification kit capable of produce sufficient treated water for a family of four for about four months. There is also a pictogram showing how the box works, with text in a number of languages including English and Spanish. he box also contains a set of essential survival items including utensils for eating and drinking; health and hygiene; basic shelter and simple tools; and other household equipment.

Both types of box are flown direct to the Philippines from the UK by Rotary International.

By mid November Rotary Clubs across Great Britain and Ireland had raised over £300,000 towards this appeal – and the work continues. We are proud to assure readers that when donating to your local Rotary Club 100% of your hard earned gift goes to the chosen charity and as a world-wide service

organisation we have Rotarians there on the ground in the Philippines.


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North Walsham Photographic Group – 26 January at 7.30pm – Myall Trophy Natural History Competition 3 prints per person – in the Annexe Business Centre, The Atrium, Spenser Avenue, North Walsham . Contact Liz Fiddy on 01692 582793 or email

How Hill House, Ludham - Tuesday

21 January - Winter Wander 10.30 am £10 - Come and join the Trust’s Director, Simon Partridge for a guided walk around the How Hill estate followed by homemade soup and soda bread in the House. Wellies and waterproofs essential!

Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group Meeting - following our short AGM, to which everybody

is welcome, our guest speaker on Thursday 23 January will be local Reflexologist Kaye MacKinnon. The meeting starts at 7.30pm at Cromer Methodist Church Hall. For more information please contact Jackie or David on 01692 405492 or visit

Table Top Sale at North Walsham Community Centre on Saturday 8

Scouts is all about fun, challenges and adventure

We are the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. We change lives by offering 6- to 25-year-olds fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, everyday adventure and the chance to help others so that we make a positive impact in communities.

Scouts helps children and young adults reach their full potential. Scouts develop skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment. We help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world.

Scouts (10½–14) Each Scout Troop consists of small units of six to eight Scouts called a Patrol, usually led by a Patrol Leader. Outdoor activities feature prominently, with the highlight being camping. Throughout the year, Scouts learn various skills, such as map reading, camp cooking and first aid in preparation for camp. Rock climbing, potholing, gliding, photography and international experiences are just some of the things they get up to.

Tuesday Scouts - 7pm - 9pm Thursday Scouts - 7pm - 9pm For more information, contact

PUBLIC MEETING 23 JANUARY 2014, 7-9pm Community Hall, New Road, North Walsham, NR28 9DE


Open meeting, with speakers from the Labour Party, Green Party and Norwich People’s Assembly (Conservative Party and Liberal Democrat Party speakers to be confirmed.)


CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6... Junior Tennis Coaching in the Sports Hall at the High School every Saturday morning 9am -10am. All welcome, all equipment supplied. For further information call Colin 07774 810214 or 01692 501172’ 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 The Belfrey Arts Center Overstrand 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 Bittern DX Group – Local amateur radio group currently holding our meetings at the Erpingham Arms on the last Thursday of the month (not The Roman Camp at Aylmerton) with regular field events throughout the year, find out about us on our Website or Email Cantamus Choir invite new members. Rehearsals every Thurs at 7.30pm in St James Church, Southrepps. No audition required. More information 07785 782 498 Beckham Lane beside Gresham Village Church


February 9am until midday. Tables available at £5 each. To book a table please ring 01692 402116. Raising money for the North Walsham Players

Tea Dance with the Den-Barrie Duo on Monday 27 January at the Community Centre 2pm – 4.30pm. Admission £2 which includes tea and cakes. Proceeds to a charity

Children Go Free at Bure Valley Railway!

The Teddy Bear Express at the Bure Valley Railway returns for the children’s half term holiday from 15 to 23 February.

The Railway’s resident bear will take charge again at Aylsham Station to ensure nine days of fun for all the family!

Trains will operate from both Aylsham and Wroxham stations three times per day. A children’s competition to see how many teddy bears can be spotted on the train journey, a colouring corner and a decorated Whilstlestop Café add to this teddy bear themed event.

To make this truly a children’s event, the Railway is giving free travel to every child when accompanied by a fare-paying adult (maximum 2 children per adult). No prior booking required.

PS. Don’t forget to bring your own teddy so that the Railway Bear is not lonely!

Ballroom & Latin Dance Classes every Wednesday at 8pm – 9pm at The Atrium, Spencer Avenue, North Walsham. £6 each. Yvonne 01692 404479 for further details REME Association Cromer & District Branch meetings held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Halsey House, Norwich Road, Cromer. Ex REME personnel please do come and join us. Tel 01263 512450 Painting Classes - Painting and Drawing tuition for all levels of 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

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 Trunch Methodist Church Coffee Morning first Saturday every month 10am – 12noon cakes, bric-a-brac etc free admission Tel 01263 720145 Are you aged between 13 and 17? Have you ever wanted to fly? Have you ever wanted to shoot? For free? Well now you can! Join North Walsham Air Training Corps for these opportunities plus more inc adventurous training, gliding, Duke of Edinburgh awards, sports and much more. Visit or call Officer Commanding David Jefferies on 07827 277932, or isit us on a parade evening between 1900 - 2130 on a Monday or Thursday at the ATC Hut, N. Walsham Junior School, Manor Road Victory Explorers meet every Wednesday at the The

Scout Headquarters 8.15pm - 9.45pm contact or 01692 406415. New members aged 14 - 18 years welcome Rock (Buns) & Rolling (Pins) W.I. meet on the third Wednesday of each month (except December- second Wednesday) at The Kings Arms Hotel, North Walsham at 7pm. We are open to all ages but aim to appeal to younger women. Visitors always welcome. For more info email St. Benet's Trefoil Guild (Guiding for Adults) meet at Guide H.Q. 4th Monday of the month 2pm Contact Ann Russell 01692 405295 for details Gresham Village Park Sunday Market and Carboot first Sunday of every month. Gates open to public at 10am, stall holders and market traders 8am onwards to set up. Pitches £5. All proceeds go to raising money for the Play Park and Pavilion. Further details contact or on 07765633549. Postcode for location is NR11 8RT East NHS Retirement Fellowship meets every third Wednesday 2.30pm - 4pm at Cromer Hospital. More info: Caroline Jennings 01263 510002 or just come along’ 1st North Walsham Scout Group – Beavers - Tue 5pm 6.30pm & Sat 10.30am - 12.15pm. Cubs - Wed 6.30pm – 8pm & Fri 6.30pm – 8pm. Scouts - Tue 7pm – 9pm & Thur 7pm – 9pm. Info: NHS Cromer & District Retirement Fellowship meets every third Wednesday of every month between 2.30 pm and 4pm at Cromer Hospital. For more information telephone Caroline Jennings on 01263 510002 or just come along North Walsham Knit & Natter 2pm – 4pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Congregational Church Hall, Cromer Road, North Walsham. All welcome. Contact Penny Bone 01692 404577

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Resolve to be a lifesaver in 2014 Readers are being asked to make 2014 the year that they start saving lives by giving blood. With the festive season at an end, NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is hoping people in Anglia will pledge to become regular blood donors for their New Year’s resolution. The New Year period is often a particularly challenging time for blood stocks due to the wintry weather and dark nights keeping people indoors. And as hospitals need 7,000 units of blood each day to treat patients with chronic conditions like cancer and anaemia, along with people needing treatment for often life-threatening illnesses and injuries, NHSBT is encouraging new or returning donors to book an appointment in the first weeks of 2014. Derek Carr NHSBT’s lead donor relations manager for the Anglia area, said “People often set themselves very difficult and drastic challenges for their New Year’s resolutions which they struggle to complete. “However, we are asking people to do something very simple which should only take around an hour of their time, a few times a year. Making and keeping a New Year’s resolution to give blood will give you the satisfaction of knowing you are saving lives. “We can also guarantee you a warm welcome, a hot cup of tea and a biscuit to stave off the cold January weather.” 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.

For more information or to book an appointment, call 0300 123 23 23 or visit


BLOOD DONOR SESSIONS Thursday 30 January THE COMMUNITY CENTRE, NEW ROAD, NORTH WALSHAM 1pm – 3.15pm and 4.45pm – 7pm

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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 21 January from 10.30 am until 12noon. Please contact Aylsham Library on 01263 732320 or Mark and Elaine on 01603 629558 or

Aylsham Library has PCs with free internet access, email and office software. We also offer an online reference library on a range of subjects including family history where you can search the ancestry website free of charge for library members, current affairs, arts, business. We can also offer online courses for complete beginners.

For more information please contact Aylsham Library on 01263 732320.

WHITE HORSE OVERSTRAND VALENTINES DAY Friday 14th and Saturday 15th February

4 course meal £30 per person Live music in the bar from 7.30pm Saturday 15th Sharing Platters £26.00 Sharer Desserts £11.00 Saturday 15th February only

Free bottle of house wine per couple when you book your table before the end of January

Make your loved ones heart beat a little faster

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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 Large plastic composter/rotbin Tel 01263 761744 Lost in the storm - the lid to my black plastic compost bin, pobably lurking in area of the grounds of the Primary or High School Tel 01263 823134 Moped 49cc to 125cc will pay up to £300 if I like what I am offered must be OK to use on roads Tel Justin 07804 771235 N gauge model railway Items everything considered also OO and O gauge. Please text or call Steve for a friendly no obligation chat/visit at your convenience 07766 077600 Records for cash anything and everything considered from classical to prog rock metal to ska soul to rockabilly acetates demos and promos wanted top cash paid for right items phone with details to 07908 206743 Patterned circular rug approx 3ft wide cream/pink or cream/blue Tel 01263 512234 Three bedroomed property for a 12 month rental for professional couple with 3 well behaved dogs Tel Mr & Mrs Nott 07711 359844 Old wooden rowing boat for kids project any condition whatsoever good opportunity to clear a space in your garden or shed Tel 07790 684107 Sewing machine repair lady please leave a clear precise message on 01692 403417 Man’s bicycle with mud guards any style Tel 01692 650530 Records 45s 78s and LPs also cassettes and CD singles only all considered Tel 01692 405756 Anzani ironhorse with plough or similar will repair if needed Tel 01692 650812


Towel rail, free standing dark oak £10. Original Ercol 3 seater sofa dusty pink very good condition need to sell for space. £250. Four dark oak dining chairs £7.50 each or £24 for the 4. Tel; 01263 821221 Pets at Home Dog Crate large approx 106 x 76 x 72 cm two doors side and front good condition £45 Tel 07810 677952 Habitat beech coat/hat/stick stand 6 hooks 2 metres high 50cm wide at base £10 Tel 01692 405652


Beautiful mahogany chest of drawer secret drawers at top then two drawers over three fantastic patina bun feet H49" W46" D20" selling due to move £300ono Tel 07837 353956 Double divan bed with headboard £50. 9inch x 1.8m log rolls edging got 6 £7 each. 32inch old type JVC TV £20. Tel Robert 07760 272446 Modern metal single bed with clean mattress £45. Green leather Ikea chair very comfy with wooden frame good sondition £30. Tel 01263 821355 Tefal 3 tier compact steamer in excellent condition hardly used £15ono. Kobo Vox reader with colour screen internet ready in pristine condition including case £40. Tel 01263 588176 Golf equipment Ping i/3 irons steel shaft full set sand wedge through to no 3" £125. Cleveland driver monster launcher 10 5 degree regular shaft £65. Other clubs available plus golf bags. Tel 01692 406703/07941 044579 Next single breasted slim fit 3piece suit light grey colour trousers 30R jacket and waistcoat 36R £20, Next single breasted slim fit 3 piece suit dark grey with narrow pin stripe trousers 30R jacket and waistcoat 36R £20. Tel 01263 513697 Panasonic quad digital cordless phone & answerphone model KX-TG7304/324E £25 with instruction booklet Tel 01603 783386 Black steel toe cap boots. Size 3 although more like a 4 £40ono collection only Tel 07876808828 Dance shoes size 6 2inch heels black pair new £35. Also platinum gold good condition £20. Tel 01692 404163 Noritaki dinner and tea service 8 place settings 7 pieces each plus serving dishes tea pot milk jug etc total 68 pieces little used vgc £99. Art deco style 3 seater settee cream leather little used vgc local delivery possible £99. Tel 01263 510846 Lovely child's cot with extras £50. Child's car seat £30. Booster seat £10. Excellent range of burnished brass spotlights etc. from £25. Photos available. Tel 01692 404407 Two brand new single cream linen divan bases can lock together to make a 6ft bed base £190ono Tel 07899 894408 15in LCD flat screen monitor £20. Wooden computer desk £20. Pair computer speakers £10. Alinco DJ-X3 wide band communications receiver £40. Tel 01263 513446 6ft x 8ft aluminium greenhouse buyer dismantles £120ono Tel 01263 513843 Adam Torino black glass wall hung electric fire model 1375 brand new never used £50 East Runton Tel 07792 897469 Two Dimplex 2kw fuel effect electric fires excellent condition PAP tested £40 each Tel 01263 511640 Dining-table oblong 60" x 30" with 4 chairs with beige upholstery all with attractive carved pattern on medium colour solid wood £150ono Tel 01263 826826 Luxury 4 seater settee and arm chair in showroom condition cost over £1000 needs to be seen fitted removable cushions £350ono Tel 01263 511600 mornings please buyer collects bring help

Mens mountain bikes 1with shimano gears and 26" alloy wheels and 1 with proxy gears and 26" steel wheels both 18 speed (3x6) both fully serviced and in good working order £50 and £30. Tel 07864885970 Sheringham Vintage style M&S black leather holdall used twice cost £100 sell for £35. Praktica zoom binoculars in case £28. Tel 01692 407390 Two bar electric fire £10. Flymo Mow & Vac grasscutter £15. Box of socket spanners £15. Tel 01692 403779 Two extendable chrome shiny curtain poles with brackets and finiales new surpus to requirements cost £21.99 each will sell for £7 each Tel 07594 442894 White wooden drop side cot good condition and small chair no mattress used by grandparents £25 Tel 01263 837457 Ercol Windsor plate rack £45 Tel 01263 837217 3ft single Bedmaster Neptune guest bed pulls out from under main bed main bed 3ft x 6ft 3 underbed 2ft 6 x 5ft 9 used only occasionally underbed never used price new £250 excellent condition £125ono Tel:01263 512311 Two high winged back armchairs with arms and Queen Anne Style front wooden legs and two footstools on castors studded draylon fabric dark pink still very comfortable and in good condition £50 for the pair Tel 07788 628179 Kobo Vox colour screen reader and internet ready as new with case £40 Tel 01263 588176 Belling 60cm double oven freestanding black cooker 3 years old grill never used halogen glass top excellent condition instruction manual inc £220ono Tel 01692 403241 Ladies designer brown calf length boots leaf pattern design size 6 as new £50ono. Ladies grey white and black check ¾ length jacket fully lined size 12/14 worn once £40. Tel 07512 011680 Teak extendable oval table and four chairs as new £150. Solid oak TV unit with cupboard and drawer as new £50ono. Ladies Cleveland golf club 5 wood launcher unused £50ono. Tel 01263 517196 Toy saxophone 8 notes plays well £6 Tel 01263 514552 Unwanted gift Breville Halo one spoon oil fryer £50 Tel 01263 515836 or 07785 317307 Cromer Beaver lamb coat small/medium good condition £50 Tel 822558 Mamas and Papas cot very good condition with good mattress £60 ovno Tel 01692 403771 LG/HD flat screen TV 26" in perfect working order £50 any problems money back Tel 01263 821118 Samsung 43 inch plasma television £250 only one month old reason for sale too big for room. Indesit dishwasher 1 year old £150. Tel 01692 615338 or 07806 517178 John Lewis marni gilt very attractive with bevelled edges excellent condition bargain at £75. Dog bed rigid plastic dark brown suit small/medium dog vgc no chew marks £5. Tel O1263 860800

Video tape recorder Philips £ 40. Eight video tapes top quality £ 16. North Walsham Tel 01692 406360 Moving house must sell. Folding patio chairs with separate cushions. Assorted surf boards. New table-top ironing board. Garden canes. 3 x 2 x 7ft timbers. Folding camping chair in carrier. Jigsaw puzzle boards. Tel 01263 513640 Single divan with 2 drawer storage complete with white metal bed head and bed linen excellent condition £120 Tel 01692 407140 Weston bunk bed complies with safety standard En747 as new £90 buyer to collect Tel 01263 824389 3 kw electric fire Berry Chambery in black incorporating log flame effect measures W70cm x D42cm x H68cm £40 Tel 01263 823054 Leather chair and footstool 'Relaxateeze' swivel recliner chair and footstool in burgundy leather with dark wood base almost new perfect condition £100 Tel 01263 824255 1 gents and 1 ladies Raleigh all purpose bicycles hardly used first class condition 18 gears full working order £30 each Tel 01692 406755 3 glass display cabinets approx. W14"x D14" x H64" 3 glass shelves wood top & bottom light interior £25 each collection Tel 01263 579718 Window double glazed obscure glass white frame W116cm x H106cm half width top opening window. £35ono Tel: 01263 823111 Dyson DC04 vacuum cleaner nice condition £39 Tel 01263 824550 Nikon Coolpix 5700 vgc plus Nikon leather case memory card batteries plus charger lens hood £120 Tel 01263 722835 2 pine chests of drawers. 5 suitcases medium/large 2 hard and 3 soft sided all in reasonable condition and free to anyone who wishes to collect. Cromer. Tel 01263 649361 Due to house move. Workbench. Electric planer. Various garden tools. Wrought-iron table and chairs. Various large ornamental garden pots. Wooden garden bench. Tenon saws need sharpening. Reasonable prices.Tel 01263 513640 Two high winged back armchairs with arms and Queen Anne style front wooden legs and two footstools studded dralon fabric dark pink still very comfortable and in good condition £50 for the pair Tel 07788 628179 5 DFS cushions black and silver leaf pattern 3 large and 2 small they cost when new £155 receipt can be seen will accept £35 Tel: 01263822934 Ladies ski wear jacket size 10, two pairs of ski trouser's salopettes size 10/12 £30. Golf equipment Ping i/3 irons steel shaft full set sand wedge through to no 3" £125. Cleveland driver monster launcher 10 5 degree regular shaft £65. Other clubs available plus golf bags. Tel 01692 406703/07941 044579 Gent's dark blue Kinloch Anderson 3 piece suit make Worn by Royalty large £40. Tel 01603 860297 CONTINUED ON PAGE 24...

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It’s a couple of weeks since those New Year resolutions …. Did more than the goose get a little bit fat? Did you, like me, make a New Year resolution to be healthier, be fitter? And are you still keeping it? Well, if going to the gym or striding round North Norfolk in the dark evenings for that after work, work out is not for you, how about singing?

Did you know that exercising those vocal chords is actually an aerobic exercise that benefits the heart and circulation, decreases muscle tension and, because it exercises our lungs, tones up the body? And… singing has been found to improve sleep, tone facial muscles and improve posture…. “What?” I hear you say, “Singing could make me more beautiful!”

Well, yes! And there’s more. The latest research shows singing in a choir causes a calming effect that is as beneficial to your health as yoga. It can help reduce anger, depression and anxiety and has been shown to improve balance issues caused by illness. Then there are the social and emotional benefits. Singing enhances mood, increases positive feelings and is without doubt spiritually uplifting. It certainly brings people together and encourages a

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sense of community and if you sing with Cantamus Community Choir, I can promise you it is most assuredly a forum for fun & laughter. And we all know laughter is the best medicine!

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and always welcome new members. You may have heard us sing the “Hallelujah” chorus or the magnificent coronation anthem, “Zadok the Priest”. Some of our members don’t read music and some haven’t sung since school, whilst others are accomplished singers with a wealth of experience. So if you want the benefits (and beauty treatment) of singing, do come to a rehearsal - Thursdays at 7.30pm in Southrepps Church, NR11 8NR.

Still not convinced? Well perhaps the more formal, scientific explanation will persuade you. I quote Professor Graham Welch, Chair of Music Education, University of London, who has studied the medical aspects of singing for 30 years “Singing has physical benefits because it is an aerobic activMore information from ity that increases oxygenation in the blood stream / 07785 782 498. Our and exercises major muscle groups in the upper members come from North Walsham, Thorpe Marbody, even when sitting. Singing has psychological ket, Sheringham, Happisburg, and towns and vilbenefits because of its normally positive effect in lages in between so if transport is a problem, a lift reducing stress levels through the action of the enGLASS DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR may be possible. docrine system which is linked to our sense of emotional well-being. Psychological benefits are also We look forward to growing healthier and more evident when people sing together as well as alone beautiful, singing with you… because of the increased sense of community, beTel: 01692 407014 longing and shared enHall with private car park for hire in NorthMobile: Walsham.07765 £10 per298581 hour deavour."

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North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection

Although the message on the answer phone says that we are closed over the Christmas period there are still some messages left, which Stephanie does listen to. A call from a gentleman regarding a “stray pregnant cat” on a car park obviously needed a return call to assess the situation. After speaking to the gentleman Stephanie contacted one of our volunteers who kindly agreed to go and pick up the cat so that she was safe should the birth of the kittens be imminent. This was not just a two minute visit down the road but involved a round trip of about 20 miles.

On reaching the car park our volunteer found the cat sitting next to a plate with a cat basket close by. She secured the cat and put her in her car. On going back to the place where she found the cat she was approached by someone who asked if she had just taken the cat. On confirming she had and the reasons why, the person, who lived near the car park, stated it was her cat (apparently the dish and basket are there for another cat). She became very aggressive to our volunteer, stating that the cat was not pregnant, we should have put up posters, checked

with the vets and knocked on all the doors nearby to find out whose cat it was. Can you imagine the response our volunteer would have received if she had done this, particularly as it happened to be Boxing Day? Bearing in mind we were under the impression the cat was pregnant (she did have Poppy - lovely young cat handed into care one of those low as a stray last year undercarriages neutered cats often have), our main aim was to ensure the cat was safe in case she needed veterinary care. Contacting vets to let them know the cat was in our care would have been a priority once they had opened after the holiday but not possible while cover was being offered by another practice, not in the immediate vicinity. Most people would be relieved to learn that their cat’s welfare had been considered to be important but, sadly, not in this instance. From our point of view it was a blessing not to start the New Year with a pregnant cat and to thank our volunteer to coming to the rescue and responding to a request for help.

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Last year the Government announced it will become law for all dogs to be permanently identified by a ‘micro-chip’ by 2016. These ‘chips’ are the size of a grain of rice and placed into the scruff of the animal’s neck between the shoulder blades. It is a simple, painless procedure which can be carried out without the need for anaesthetic or sedation. There is no age limit for microchipping and it can be carried out on dogs, cats, tortoises and rabbits. Miramar vets is supporting the Government’s decision to make microchipping compulsory by offering the microchips at the reduced price of £15.00 for the whole of February. (usual price is £25) If you would like your pet microchipped please ring us to book an appointmen and bring the coupon with you.

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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).


I close my eyes and imagine It’s the first day of Spring, Outside snowflakes are falling But the birds still sweetly sing.

I close my eyes and imagine It’s summer time again, And I can smell the scent of roses After the rain. I close my eyes and imagine Autumn has arrived once more, And golden leaves are swirling Past my cottage door. I sit in my armchair Before a glowing fire, I don’t need to imagine As I have all that I desire.

The prospect of a brand New Year And the good things it may bring, Peace between all nations With the bright flowers of Spring.

Diane Berthelot

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THE NORTH NORFOLK GARDENER MAKE YOUR GARDEN GROW maintains his belief that we live in ‘the best of all possible worlds’, even as he travels around the world being conned and abused by almost everyone he meets. The wonderful score ends with the song ‘Make our Garden Grow’ which is so stirring that it should inspire us all to get outside into our gardens as soon as the weather allows.

All the gardening organisations and seed companies are sending out advice and details of their new introductions at this time of year and here are some of the suggestions I have seen:

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This seed company has introduced new flowers and vegetable seed including Tomato ‘Firecracker’, a compact, naturally trailing variety for pots, basket or patio which throughout the season promises 60-80 fruits, each weighing around 30-35 g. They are also promoting a new plant Didiscus ‘Madonna’ which has lace-like flowers. It is a border plant producing domed clusters of tiny flowers. It can also be grown in a cold greenhouse or conservatory.


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They also have an Extra Early Brassica Collection which promises early delivery of the plants which allows harvesting as early as May/June.


Over the Christmas holiday we were lucky enough to see a wonderful production of Leonard Bernstein’s musical version of Voltaire’s ‘Candide’ at the Menier Chocolate Factory, which is close to Southwark Cathedral in London.



The RHS suggests that in January we should do the following jobs

Help the Hungry - Putting out food over the winter is a great way to support the wildlife in your garden especially the birds.

Apple and Pear tree pruning – To ensure good crops of fruit it is best to carry out pruning of apples and pears in the winter. The overall aim is to remove dead, old and less productive wood and to reduce congestion.

Plants for winter cheer – Even in the depths of winter it is possible to have plants in bloom in the garden some of which are highly scented. A visit to the winter planting at the Cambridge Botanic Gardens is highly recommended.


Why not start the New Year by joining your local Garden Club or Horticultural Society and taking part in all the activities they arrange? I must finally return to Voltaire, ‘that is very well said’, replied Candide, ’but we must cultivate our garden’. The photograph is of the famous Borough Market in Southwark at Christmas that shows what we can produce if we cultivate our gardens and allotments. Bob Wilkinson

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Charlie’s home cured Gravadlax.... with home-made Norfolk horseradish Since I’ve been in Cromer I’ve one of the many highlights has been becoming involved with the RNLI, training to be part of the crew. The do such a great job all year round and they are a great bunch of boys. It’s not until you get the RNLI bug completely under your skin that you realise the commitment, bravery and selflessness that they all have, and it’s been a privilege to spend time with them. The boss is, however, slightly concerned that the alarm will go at seven thirty on a Saturday night when my hands are full of steak, but I’ve assured him that Icarus’ steak always takes priority!

This recipe has been a firm favourite on our a la carte menu for a while now, and if you’ve ever wanted to know how to cure salmon – now’s your chance.

I look forward to seeing you all at the Grove this winter – we are open for dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, plus of course the best Sunday Lunch in Norfolk! Best wishes, Charlie you will need to purchase half side of salmon, scaled and pin boned (any fishmonger will do this for you).

► Place the salmon on a piece of parchment big enough to be able to fold over the fish.

► In a food processor, blend 5-7 good size sprigs of dill

► Add crushed black peppercorns, a handful of pink peppercorns, half a squeezed lemon,

a good squeeze of Norfolk honey (if possible from hives that have been located near rape seed, as the honey tastes scrummy, and just a bit more fragrant).

► Blend all the above ingredients until a fine paste, like a pesto-type consistency, and put aside.

► Sprinkle a good handful of Maldon Sea onto the fish with the dill paste and spoon spread across the top of the salmon until even, as you need to have a consistent flavour through the whole of the flesh.

► Fold over the parchment, and then wrap gently with cling film length and width-wise until fully sealed.

► Leave in fridge for 10 days… (no longer!)

► When cured take your salmon from the fridge, unwrap and slice very finely using a carving (or if you have a long fish) knife.

► For the simple Horseradish crème fraîche, grate one whole horseradish (can be purchased from a good farm shop although you might need to order in advance), being careful not to grate too far into the core as it becomes very hard and stringy.

► Add to the horseradish one teaspoon of Dijon mustard, a pinch of salt and pepper and a touch of castor sugar.

► Finally squeeze your other half of lemon (or probably a fresh lemon, given that the last half was used ten days before!) into the mix.

Simply serve your salmon with your fresh Horseradish sauce and toasted sourdough bread.

► Mix all together with a good couple of large table spoons of crème fraîche and an equal amount of sour cream.


We at North Walsham in Bloom would like to thank all our sponsors large and small for the wonderful support we have received during the last twelve months. Without this continued effort from you all – and we know as well as anyone how tight money is at the moment – North Walsham town centre would be a very drab place. All our fund raising efforts have been very well supported and even when we are working in the town people come up and give us what they can afford from their pockets. We do try and keep our costs to a minimum but some things, for example watering and insurance, as well as obvious other costs still have to be met.

On 21 January we will be having a large working party on the corner of the bypass and Norwich Road to try and prevent the soil being washed away from our large flower bed in the next heavy rain like the one we had a few weeks ago. Even in the winter there are things to be done. The hanging baskets all have to be scrubbed out and have the wicks checked, and any wooden tubs – of which we now do not have many – have to be treated with wood preservative. You will I am sure, see us in our high vis jackets - brilliant for keeping out the wind – round and about the place getting things ready for the big plant in June. We all wish every one of you a Very Happy New Year and we will continue to try to make North Walsham a more pleasant place to live. North Walsham Times 438 January 18th 2014




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This year instead of our usual secret Santa we donated food to the Cromer and district food- bank which was collected by Adrian and his team of organisers during the evening. Adrian who administers the North Walsham food- bank told us that the demand for this service had increased considerably since it began.

Chris Warr our treasurer requested that we put our next year's subscriptions of £37.50 in an envelope with our name on and bring with us to the January meeting - this cuts down on the administration on the night.

We meet on the second Wednesday of the month and from January 2014 we are moving to the St Nicholas room, commencing a little later at 7.30pm (this is accessed through the main door as normal)

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Mothers' Union

The Annual General Meeting of the North Walsham Branch of the Mothers' Union took place on Tuesday 12 November at which Mrs Lois Sherman (Churchwarden) took the chair.

The Minutes of the previous year's Annual General Meeting were read by the Secretary and reports were given by the Treasurer, the Secretary and Branch Leaders.

Mrs Sherman on behalf of herself, Mrs Heywood (Churchwarden ) and the Ministry Team, thanked members for their hard work and support during the year.

New members and visitors are always welcome at our meetings. Please contact Mrs Ann Herd on 01692 402705 for more information.

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Ho Ho Ho from St. Nick’s!

It was an action-packed few weeks for the children of St. Nicholas House School in North Walsham in the run-up to Christmas. Forms 2 and 3 enjoyed a trip to The Playhouse in Norwich to see ‘The Snail & the Whale’ whilst Form 5 also went to The Playhouse to watch the dress rehearsal of ‘The Sound of Music’. Form 4 chose the more energetic option of a winter walk at Sheringham Park whilst Form 2 spent a happy morning learning how the Victorians celebrated Christmas at Cromer Museum. Back in North Walsham the children in Form 1 and Little Nick’s Nursery spent a busy morning in Sainsbury’s finding out all about the store, listening to a special story, trying new fruits and vegetables and learning how to use the checkout!

The Christmas plays were performed with great enthusiasm to friends and family; this year KS2 re-enacted the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves whilst KS1 treated the audience to a rendition of The Bossy Christmas Fairy. In addition to Christmas parties and a delicious Christmas lunch, the whole school gathered together for a special assembly, led by Mrs Watts of St Nicholas Church, to learn the story of the school’s namesake, St. Nicholas. Carol singing by the school choir to shoppers in Waitrose rounded off a very busy, but enjoyable term.

Aga & Waitrose Cooking Demonstration

Norfolk AGA owners couldn't get enough of the sumptuous three course Waitrose Christmas menu, wonderfully cooked and prepared by Mandy Gooden the Chef from AGA.

The invitation only event which was supported by Waitrose North Walsham showcased ASM Customer Service Andy the traditional and Purser pulling cracker with unique cooking Mary Bopst AGA Branch techniques of an Manager AGA. The aromas of Xmas turkey parcels with a goats cheese quiche, caramelised Clementine's and chocolate brownies soon filled the air and the invited diners were soon tucking into their delicious meal.

In between courses, diners were encouraged to mingle and help themselves to Xmas recipe cards as well as viewing some of Heston Blumenthal’s goodies which were on show.

A raffle also took place with AGA products up for grabs with the money being donated into Waitrose North Walshams Community Matters causes.

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Christmas Countdown Challenge

The pupils of Millfield Primary School in North Walsham started the season off with festive cheer on Wednesday 27 November, as they launched into a day of Christmas themed activities.

Every year Millfield has a Christmas House Challenge day - this involves all the children separating into four different themed houses within the school and working together. The houses consisted of different ages and abilities with every child taking part. Their aim was to raise the most money in their house. The activities included creating festive games for the school Christmas Fayre, making and selling biscuits and cakes, making crackers, tea tree lights, Christmas lanterns and felt Christmas trees.

In every class Christmas music played as children chatted and helped one another with each task, some teaching others new skills.

Millfield is always looking for ways to enrich the children’s learning and the challenge days are another way for the children to learn new skills, passing on skills to others and practising their social skills by working as part of a team.

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Should I have a Survey done? Written by Richard Hewitt – Partner at Hayes + Storr

You have found that perfect property to buy, and your offer has been accepted. You have been round the house a few times and everything looks lovely and the coffee smelt wonderful!

So, do you need to spend all that money on a survey? Well, it depends. If you are borrowing money from a bank or building society, a valuation survey will be required, and your mortgage offer letter should explain the cost.

If it is only your money you are using to buy the property you do not have to have a survey done; it is your important decision. Some reasons to consider are set out later, but first, what are the different types of surveys?

There are four main types and they increase in cost from £150 or so, upto and beyond £1,000.


This is just the lender checking that the value of the property is sufficient to cover its loan to you. It does not offer you, as a buyer, any protection.


The report will provide you with clear “traffic light” ratings indicating the condition of different parts of the building, services, garage and outbuildings drawing attention to obvious defects that require attention. This survey will not go into a great amount of detail nor will it give you a valuation of the property. These are often used if you are purchasing a modern property in apparent good condition.


The report includes all of the features in the Home Condition Report as well as a more extensive inspection, a valuation of the property by the surveyor, an insurance reinstatement figure for the property, a list of defects or potential defects that could affect the value of the property, advice on repairs

and maintenance, a list of issues that require investigation so as to avoid future problems and defects and identification of any legal issues that require addressing and information on the location and local environment. These are often used if you are purchasing a standard older or modern property that appears in reasonable condition.


Also known as a ‘structural survey’. This report includes a thorough inspection and a detailed report, a description of visible defects and potential issues, the repair options available and the implications of taking no remedial action. These are often used if you are purchasing a larger, or older/run down, altered or unusual property or if you are intending to carry out major works to the property

Shall I have a survey?

• The purchase of a house is, for most of us, the single biggest financial commitment we will ever make.

• Failure to have a survey may leave you with having to spend thousands that you had not budgeted for, and to problems selling on in due course .

Our advice is simply to make sure you learn everything you can about the property you are buying, and that should include getting a survey.

Which Surveyor?

Look for a surveyor with Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) membership who is used to surveying properties in this area. Any surveyor should give his or her professional view up front as to the most appropriate survey for the property you are interested in.

If you require advice on this or any other legal matter please contact the team at our Sheringham office on 01263 825959 or email

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A Christmas Cracker

Members of Animal Magic Dog Club who attended the dogs’ Christmas party raised a festive £550 in aid of the Cinnamon Trust and Faith rescue centre. Santa, pictured here with Georgie, took time out from his busy day job at Sam’s Pets to deliver presents to all of the dogs attending.

Tea Dances Donation to EACH

The Tea Dance held in December with the Den-Barrie Duo raised £130 so with a very generous donation given to Denis and Barrie by the Good Companions for entertaining their members, we were able to send a donation of £180 to EACH Quidenham.

The next tea dance is on 27 January at the Community Centre 2pm – 4.30pm (admission £2 proceeds to charity).

2013 Poppy Appeal Thanks

From all at Animal Magic we wish you a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing customers old and new when classes resume in January.

Animal Magic Dog Club based in North Walsham & Norwich offers 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

Thorpe Market Church

The Craft Fair event held on 16/17 November raised £293.08 for church funds. The Tastes, Smells & Sights of The Holy Land presentation on 23 November given by Janet Balfour raised £70 for the benefit of the children of Bethlehem. Thank you to all who attended.


On behalf of the North Walsham branch of the Royal British Legion, may I please make use of your pages to thank the residents of and visitors to North Walsham and the adjoining villages for their amazing generosity during this year’s Poppy Appeal.

To date we have raised £11579.10 with some further contributions still expected.

Whilst special thanks go to Sainsburys and Waitrose for hosting our collection teams and to all those who braved the cold to boost the amounts collected there, this superb total could not have been achieved without the help of the many other businesses and individuals who hosted or carried Poppy Tins throughout the area.

Most of all though thank you to the wonderfully generous people of the North Walsham Area who donated over £2000 more than last years and helped ensure the Royal British Legion can continue to serve present and former members of our armed services whenever the need arises.

David Audley, North Walsham Poppy Appeal Organiser

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S to YALTY OFFNEoRrfolk SPECIAL LO s in North Nissan Owner Next Generation Qashqai Range: URBAN 40.9-67.3mpg (6.9-4.2L/100km) EXTRA URBAN 57.6-78.5mpg (4.9-3.6L/100km) COMBINED 50.4-74.3mpg (5.6-3.8L/100km) CO2 emissions 129-99 g/km. Offers valid until 31 March 2014 at participating dealers only. Finance is available subject to status on eligible new vehicles in the UK. Guarantees and Indemnities may be required. You must be at least 18 and a UK resident (excluding Isle of Man and Channel Islands) to apply. Rental stated is for Nissan Lease. Comparable payments are available on our personal contract purchase product, ask your dealer for details. †QASHQAI Visia, Advance Rental £4,026.76, followed by 36 monthly rentals of £199, final rental £8,100. *Model shown QASHQAI Tekna, Advance Rental £5,718.36, followed by 249 monthly rentals of £249, final rental £10,282.5. All figures are inclusive of VAT. Once you have paid the final rentals you can keep using the car by paying an annual rental of £50 + VAT; if you choose Nissan Lease then you will never own the car. Offers not available in conjunction with any scheme or other offers. Finance provided by RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 149, Watford WD17 1FJ. Breakdown services provided by RAC Motoring Services and/or RAC Insurance Ltd. All prices include first registration fee and 12 months’ road fund licence. Information correct at time of going to press. Model shown is is for illustration purposes only. Models subject to availability. Model shown has pearlescent paint at £450 inc. VAT. MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing in accordance with 2004/3/EC and intended for comparisons between vehicles and may not reflect real driving results (Optional equipment maintenance driving behaviour road and weather conditions may affect the official results) Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd The Rivers

Next Generation Qashqai Range: URBAN 40.9-67.3mpg (6.9-4.2L/100km) EXTRA URBAN 57.6-78.5mpg (4.9-3.6L/100km) COMBINED 50.4-74.3mpg (5.6-3.8L/100km) CO2 emissions 129-99 g/km. Offers valid until 31 March 2014 at participating dealers only. Finance is available subject to status on eligible new vehicles in the UK. Guarantees and Indemnities may be required. You must be at least 18 and a UK resident (excluding Isle of Man and Channel Islands) to apply. Rental stated is for Nissan Lease. Comparable payments are available on our personal contract purchase product, ask your dealer for details. †QASHQAI Visia, Advance Rental £4,026.76, followed by 36 monthly rentals of £199, final rental £8,100. *Model shown QASHQAI Tekna, Advance Rental £5,718.36, followed by 249 monthly rentals of £249, final rental £10,282.5. All figures are inclusive of VAT. Once you have paid the final rentals you can keep using the car by paying an annual rental of £50 + VAT; if you choose Nissan Lease then you will never own the car. Offers not available in conjunction with any scheme or other offers. Finance provided by RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 149, Watford WD17 1FJ. Breakdown services provided by RAC Motoring Services and/or RAC Insurance Ltd. All prices include first registration fee and 12 months’ road fund licence. Information correct at time of going to press. Model shown is is for illustration purposes only. Models subject to availability. Model shown has pearlescent paint at £450 inc. VAT. MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing, in accordance with 2004/3/EC and intended for comparisons between vehicles and may not reflect real driving results. (Optional equipment, maintenance, driving behaviour, road and weather conditions may affect the official results). Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd, The Rivers Office Park, Denham Way, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 9YS.

Nexteconomy Generation Qashqai Range: (6.9-4.2L/100km) URBAN 57.6-78.5mpg 50.4-74.3mpg CO 2 emissions 129-99 g/km. Fuel figures for the New URBAN Note 1.240.9-67.3mpg Acenta Premium 5 DOOR mpgEXTRA (L/100km). Urban 47.96 (5.9), (4.9-3.6L/100km) Extra Urban 70.6 COMBINED (4.0), Combined 60.1 (4.7), (5.6-3.8L/100km) CO2 emissions 109 g/km. New Micra 1.2 Acenta 5 DOOR Urban 46.3 (6.1), Extra Urban Offers validCombined until 31 March 2014 at participating dealers only. Finance is available subject to status on eligible new vehicles in the UK. Guarantees and Indemnities may be required. You must be at least 18 and a UK resident (excluding Isle of Man and Channel Islands) to apply. 115 g/km. 65.7 (4.3), 56.5 (5.0), CO2 emissions

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North Walsham Table Tennis Backhanders Battle Back to Stun NWSCA

In the first division of the Star Paving Services North Norfolk League Backhander’s Teucer Wilson, Whil De Neve and Paul Warner hosted NWSCA’s Andy Beane, John Vaughan and John Batchford at Cromer Tennis Club. Beane beat Wilson in straight and Vaughan won a close battle in four against De Neve. A contest featuring some exceptional play and strokes saw Warner edge out Batchford 14-12 in the fourth, but with Beane’s scintillating attack beating De Neve in straight the defending League champions led 3-1. The momentum then began to shift as Wilson defeated Batchford 8-11, 11-7, 13-11, 11-7 and Warner beat Vaughan in straight before De Neve battled hard to pick up a terrific win against Batchford 10-12, 12-10, 4-11, 11-9, 11-9.

Warner’s backhand control with depth ensured his straight sets win against Beane and then the fourth set proved pivotal in the next battle as Wilson tidied up his game from a two sets deficit against Vaughan – the Backhander came


through to win 7-11, 9-11, 11-9, 15-13, 11-8 and the fifth win in a row for the hosts also assured them of victory in the overall match.

Beane and Batchford won the doubles in four against Wilson and De Neve, but it was Backhanders who won the match 6-4. Tough times continued in the League for the defending champions when they met Gresham’s School A’s Robin Thaxter, Haken Bennell and Ian Darricott as although there were wins for Beane and Batchford against Darricott, it was Gresham’s who won 8-2 and are now twenty-eight points clear at the top of the League table.

NWSCA also played Gresham’s in the semifinal of the Knockout Singles Cup; exactly a week after beating the School in the deciding set of the deciding match of the Doubles Cup semi, but this time it was Gresham’s who came through 8-2.

In the second division, NWSCE’s James Lester, Tom Wardle and Andrew Weston won

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Fit Together Walks

Tuesday 21 January – 10.30am - North Walsham Spa Common/Saddler’s Wood Walk –

Grade 3 - Approx. 2.9 miles – A walk on pavement, grass and woodland tracks with moderate gradients. Meet at the Vicarage St car park, North Walsham, NR28 9DQ.

Thursday 23 January – 10.30am – NEW - Trimingham Cliff and Countryside Walk – Grade 2 - Approx 2.2 miles – A walk along the cliffs and inland on minor roads and tracks. Meet at the lay-by opposite Woodlands Caravan Park on the Coast Rd, Trimingham, NR11 8AL.

8-2 at home to LCC’s Josh Dyde, Tim Bending and Dorothy Ilines but that score does not do justice to the visitors with over half of the battles incredibly close tussles such as Weston’s 11-8, 8-11, 12-10, 7-11, 12-10 defeat of Dyde. Wardle won from two sets down against Dyde while the Lighthouse player also took the second set 18-16 from maximum man Lester, before losing in four. Bending picked up a brace edging out Wardle 12-10 in the fifth and defeating Weston 8-11, 14-12, 17-15, 11-9.

Another match for NWSCE saw them lose 8-2 to Gresham’s School B, while a two-man NWSCC duo lost out to Gresham’s 6-4 with a Phil Mole maximum lessening the impact of their player shortage. Finally back in the first division, a derby match saw NWSCB beat NWSCD 7-3.

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Thursday 23 January – 12pm - Aylsham Grade 1 Bookable Walk -

Grade 1 – Approx. 1 mile – A flat walk along dirt tracks and concrete paths. Meet at the Bure Valley Railway Car Park (free), Norwich Rd, Aylsham, NR11 6BW. Please book for this walk on 07766259999 by 3pm Weds 22nd Jan.

Tuesday 28 January – 11am - Trunch Walk –

Grade 3, Approx. 3.7 miles – A walk on minor roads, dirt, grass, field and woodland paths with one moderate gradient. Meet at Trunch Village Hall Car Park, (free), Trunch, NR28 0QE (off Knapton Rd, OS Grid: TG 284349).

01692 403384

Thursday 30 January – 11am - Bacton Church Amble –

Approx. 2 miles – A flat walk on minor roads and grass tracks. Meet at the Bacton and Edingthorpe Cubitt Memorial Playing Field CP, North Walsham Rd, Bacton, NR12 0EU (turn into a small track opposite the Coast Rd turning). This is a slower paced informational Walk.

Please arrive 20 mins early if you are new to Fit Together.

For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07826869377.

The Local Pick Up Points for the full Fit Together walk programme are North Walsham and Stalham Libraries.



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