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Ambulance Trust pledges to review cuts to ambulance service The current Chief Executive of the Ambulance Service Trust, Hayden Newton, has pledged to ensure the Trust continues to monitor the situation in North Walsham following meetings with Act on Ambulances campaigners.

Last month, as the 6500-signature petition was gathering momentum, Act on Ambulances campaigners welcomed a u-turn on some of the cuts to the service in Cromer and North Walsham, but said that the plans did not go far enough.

North Walsham will now see 112 hours of the ambulance returned to the town – in addition to the 24/7 rapid response vehicle – but there will still be losses of 56 ambulance hours a week due to government cuts.

On 26 September North Norfolk Labour Party campaigners, who organised the petition, made the trip to Cambourne in Cambridgeshire to meet with the Trust to call for more support in North Walsham.

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Nth Norfolk Chess Club: 7.30pm Fridays. The Morley Club, Cromer Rd, Sheringham. 01263 823814 Cromer & Sheringham Rotary: 6.30pm Weds. Dormy House Hotel, W Runton (not 5th Wed month) 01263 578194 Cromer & Sheringham Inner Wheel Club meets at The Virginia Court Hotel, Cliff Ave, Cromer on the first Thursday of the month, 6pm for 6.30pm. For further details please telephone (01263) 511759. Sheringham Voyager - If you have a disability, are an older person or just spend a lot of time on your own - we run a small friendly social group, meeting on Thurs 2 - 4pm every 2 weeks in the Community Centre. Contact Terry on 01692 500550 Fairtrade Sale: 2nd Sat each month. 9.30 - 11.30am. Friends Meeting House, Cremer St, Sheringham. Also local produce. Fundraising in aid of Practical Action & peace work in Uganda. It’s fun to paint!: Sheringham Baptist Church Hall, Holway Road, Sheringham. Thurs 7.30pm Monday Fellowship: St Peter's Church Sheringham. 2.30pm Mons (not 1st Mon month). All welcome N Nfk Amateur Radio Group: Weds & Thu 10am-4pm. Muckleburgh Collection, Weybourne. 01263 838198 Noah’s Ark Toddlers : Wed 10am-noon. St Peter’s Church, Sheringham. Contact 820013 for details. Sheringham & District Wine Circle: 2nd Tues of month at St Josephs Church Hall, Cromer Rd, Sheringham 01263 822343 or 01263 825742 Royal British Legion at the Morley Club 7.30pm 1st Monday every month (2nd if Bank Holiday and no meeting in August).New members welcome. Contact Melanie Clarke on 07780 530521. Sheringham & District Flower Club meet on 1st Thursday month, 7.30pm, Woodfields School, Holt Rd. Kelling Model Flying Club - Morley Club, Sheringham 2nd Wed each month. Contact John Wells 01692 404494 Sheringham History Group meetings held at ‘The Mo Museum’, 7.30pm usually on the first Wednesday of the month. Please contact Mary 01263 825157. St. Andrew's Folk Dance Club - Methodist Church Hall, Cromer Road, Sheringham. Mondays 7.30-9.30 pm. Phone Mike Wade on 01692 404447 for further info. Citizens Advice Bureau Advice line - 01692 402570. Holt CAB service on alt Thurs 10am-3pm at the YESU centre, Sheringham Tel 01263 713753 Morris Dance Workshops at Oddfellows Hall on Lifeboat Plain, Sheringham. Wed nights 7.30 - 9.30pm. Come and join in and we will teach you how to 'do the Morris' as taught by members of the Lobster Potties. 01263 821514 Bittern DX Amateur Radio Group Meetings last Thurs of every month (except December) at Pinewood Park Term Time Saturdays - 'Kids Club' for children 4 11years, 10 - 12 noon at the Canaan Christian Centre, 21 Holt Road, Sheringham. First session FREE, normally £1 a week. Craft, drama, song and dance, games and lots of fun. Monthly outings. Tel: 824300 Seaside Rock after school club at Sheringham Junior Infant School. 3.15 -4.30pm in School canteen games, crafts, bible stories, fun, drama, dance and song. Term time only. Sat - 9-12noon Charity Garage Sale at the Canaan Christian Centre, 21 Holt Rd, Sheringham. Helping needy and orphaned children at home and overseas. The REME Association Cromer & District Branch meets every 1st Wednesday of the month at The Cottage PH, Louden Road, Cromer at 2pm The North Walsham Spiritual Centre meets each Sun in the St John Ambulance Hall at 6.30pm. Next to the Vicarage Street car park. A warm welcome to everyone. Sheringham Singers Tues 2pm-3.45pmpm Friends Meeting House, Sheringham 823491. Conductor Val Crowe GRSM, LRAM 825149 Cafe Sundae, St Andrew's Methodist Church, Cromer Rd, Sheringham 2nd Sunday of each month 5pm. A monthly event for all ages with craft, music, food and brief informal worship. Each month a different ice-cream sundae is served. Free to all and everyone welcome. Are you living with MS or newly diagnosed and still young at heart? A group of like mined people meet every Mon 10am - 2pm at Southrepps Village Hall plus regular meetings at various venues throughout North Norfolk. No agenda, no pressure, drop in for a drink and a chat. Tel: Roger Chamberlain 01263 712085 ROAB Lodge - Monday nights 8.15pm Harry Upcher Lodge, Tyneside Club, Sheringham


Drawing and painting classes at Upper Sheringham Village Hall Wed & Thur 10am - 1pm. All abilities welcome. Tutor Bob Larking M.A. PGCE. Please call 01362 668941. 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’. Bookstart Baby Bounce & Rhyme Time/ Songs, for the under 5's and their parents/carers. Every Tuesday, 10am-10.30am. Come and join the fun and meet some new friends. Don't forget to collect your free bookstart pack for children under 4 years old. Sheringham Library, New Road, Sheringham, 01263 822874. The Old Shannocks Club. Get-together for senior citizens who were born or brought up in Sheringham. Meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 2.15pm at The Community Room, Huntley Crescent, Sheringham. Sheringham Evening W.I. meet on the second Monday each month at St Josephs Church Hall, Cromer Rd, Sheringham at 7.15pm. New members welcome. Please call Pauline Lewis on 01263 821570 or website Sheringham Afternoon CAMEOs meet 4th Thur every month. St Josephs Church Hall, Cromer Rd, Sheringham. New members welcome. 01263 821462 or 821281. St Andrew's Table Tennis Club Wed 7.30 - 9.30, in the large hall of St Andrew's Methodist Church. Our friendly members range from beginners to those with more experience and we play for fun, refreshment & chat break at " half time". Cost £1/week. All over 16 welcome. Sheringham ABC Group (After Breast Cancer Support Group) meets on the 2nd & 4thThursdays (not Easter, Aug Bank Hol or Xmas weeks) at St Joseph’s Church Hall in Sheringham between 7 and 9pm. Exercise, relaxation, tea and chat. Open to anyone who has had breast cancer. Contact Sheila McGinley on 01263 820924 for details and dates. Morley Club 48 Cromer Road. Quiz - last Tues every month 8pm. Bridge - Thurs evenings 7pm & Friday afternoons 2pm. Carpet bowls - Wed afternoons 2pm. Outside bowling - daily from 10am, phone to check. Poker Wed & Thur evenings 7.30pm. For info tel: 01263 822087 North Norfolk Model Engineering Club - 1st Friday of each month at 7.30pm. A welcome is extended to visitors and prospective members of all ages. Further details from Gordon Ford on 01263 512350. ‘Quiet Garden’ at the Friends’ Meeting House, 14 Cremer Street, Sheringham. Need a break from shopping? Our ‘Secret Garden’ is an oasis of peace, just a stone’s throw from the town centre. Sit and think, or just sit. Admission free, tea and coffee available. Open 10am to 1pm every Saturday throughout the summer. Sheringham Folk Club at the Tyneside Club, Station Road, Sheringham. Come along listen, sing, play, join in any standard, any style, just beginning, just have a beer with friends. Entry Free. 2nd Wed in month 8pm-11pm. Age UK North Norfolk Information and Advice Drop In service. At Sheringham library on the third Thursday of each month 10am - 12. No appointment needed. Breastfeeding Cafe. Thursdays (term time only) from 1pm to 2.30pm at YESU in Sheringham. An opportunity to meet other breastfeeding mums and have a chat over a cuppa! All completely free and there will be Unicef breastfeeding Support Advisors on hand every week. Seniors’ Swimming Club for over 55s opportunity to swim for health, fitness and enjoyment. Swim times are: Mon 10.15 – 11.15; Wed 10 – 11; Fri 1.15 – 2.15. We are looking for new members to join us for a weekly swim at Gresham’s Pool, Holt. Contact the Secretary, Lynda Turbet, for further details, on 01263 711123 The Morley Club, Cromer Road, Sheringham will be holding Bridge Classes for beginners on Friday mornings 11 a.m. - 12. 30 starting on Friday 21 September 2012. Cost to Morley members £1 and non-members £2 per session. Contact Margaret Flowerdew 01263 822379 AGE UK ADVICE MORNING Meet a representative from North Norfolk Age UK to find out about services available to older people at SHERINGHAM LIBRARY, New Road, Sheringham on the 3rd Thursday of every month 10am-12 noon. No appointment needed. Football - Sheringham Community Centre, Cromer Rd. Thurs 6.30pm-8.30pm.Free. Sheringham Baptist Church has a team in a youth football league in Norwich which plays on Sat. They train on Thurs evenings at the Community Centre. All young people welcome to come and join the training, whether or not you attend the church. Under 12s 6.30pm, Under 14s 7.30pm until 9pm. Morley Lunch Club Sheringham on the third Tuesday of the month. 2 course lunch for £7.50. Sittings start from 12am till 2pm Please call in to find out more or phone 01263 822087 to book.

Cromer Air Rifle Club meet on Sunday mornings 9am12noon near Sheringham. Details: Nick 01263 570223 Sheringham & Cromer Lions Club meet 7.30pm on 2nd and 4th Tuesday every month at The Morley Club, Sheringham. New members always welcome. For more info contact Club Secretary Brian Harris on 01263 821276 Royal Air Forces Association – Sheringham & District Branch holds regular meetings and social events. All former members of the RAF and WRAF including members of their families welcome. For information contact Joe Floyd on 01263 511260. Sheringham and District Philatelic Society, Your local stamp club, meet once a month on the second Monday each month at the church hall in West Runton from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. New members welcome. 01263 579529. Meet the Producers Market at the Maltings Hotel in Weybourne on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Classic Farmers Market combined with and Art and Crafts Market. St. Andrew’s Methodist Church Ladies Association usually meet on the 2nd and 4th Tues each month, 7.30pm, Church Hall. All ladies welcome to visit or join for friendship and a stimulating and varied programme. 01263 822807 or 820278 Sheringham Country Market 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month 10 til 11.30am St John Ambulance Hall. Home cooked baking, local produce and much more. School’s Out. Fridays in term time 3.30 to 4.45pm Sheringham Baptist Church, Holway Road. Cost 50p. An exciting new after-school club aimed at children of primary school age. Games, competitions, craft, tuck shop and snacks as well as a new big screen Wii. Kids can drop in after school to celebrate the end of the school week in style! Details: Sheringham Stroke Support Group for anyone who has suffered a stroke. Meets every Weds except July and August from 2.30-4.30pm at Sheringham Methodist Church on Cromer Road. For more information please call Sophie on 07833247108 or Harvey on 01263 512328. The Cromer & Sheringham Brass Band, practice in Upper Sheringham Village Hall on a Thursday evening 7.45pm to 9.45pm. For Info contact Secretary Colin Spink 01263 733638. New players always welcome. Life Drawing - Thurs 7pm-10pm at St John Ambulance Hall, 6 Wyndham St, Sheringham. Adventurous evenings to explore drawing. Contact Peter 07860 568874 North Norfolk Different Strokes. Support, info, fun for younger stroke survivors. Fortnightly Tues 2.30 - 4.30 in Sheringham area. For details 01263 715952 / 821480 Sheringham Short Mat Bowls Club meet at the Splash Leisure Complex, Weybourne Road, Sheringham on Mondays 10am-12 noon. New members always welcome. Contact Eddy 01263 821774 or Pat 01263 823390 North Norfolk Speakers Club meets every other Wednesday, 7pm at North Walsham High School, Spencer Ave. For dates and further information visit or contact Gillian tel. 01692 650250 Sheringham Savoyards are a local Gilbert and Sullivan mixed singing group, you may have heard of us! Meet on Friday evenings at 7.30pm in Sheringham at St Joseph’s Church Hall, Cromer Rd. Plenty of parking space behind the Church. Group now in 33rd Year so we must be good! Please come along - I will be there to meet all new members. Contact our Chairman Mo Foster-Wortonon 01263 822807 or email Fit Together Badminton - Thur 1pm-4:30pm at Gresham Village Hall, East Beckham Lane, Gresham, NR11 8RT. Time is divided between different abilities from returning players to more experienced. Tea, coffee and biscuits are also available. Call 07917596797 to find your time slot and book your place – all equipment provided. £2.50 Sheringham Community Centre Zumba Fitness Thursdays 6-30-7-30pm All abilities welcome Cost £4 Contact Wyn 01263 825095 Cromer Chamber Orchestra is looking for players (no age limit) all sections woodwind, brass, strings. Meet at Cromer High school on Monday evenings 7pm (during school term). No audition necessary. 01263 511600 Sheringham Circle Dance Group Traditional dance from around the world. New partners welcome, friendly group, no partners or experience necessary, some live music, refreshments. Quaker Meeting House, Cremer St, Sheringham 2pm-4pm on 4th Friday in month. Suggested contribution £3 max Tel Jane 01263 838157 or just turn up Fledgeling Music classes are friendly, dynamic, energetic and fun. A unique experience your child will love! Who for? Children aged 4 months to 4 years. How much? FREE taster class, members pay only £4, younger siblings £2 babies of older siblings FREE. Paid half termly. Please visit, call Lorna on 07500 221121 or e-mail:

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Ambulance Trust pledges to review North Walsham ambulance service


“We are here to help”

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Since the meeting the Trust has agreed to continue to review performance in the town on a monthly basis, and so the Labour Party is urging residents to speak up about their experiences of the service.

Residents and visitors are encouraged to continue to sign the petition at and email their stories about North Norfolk's ambulance service to or write to Act On Ambulances, Thrums,The Hill, Happisburgh, NR12 0PW.


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Comedy night - come along and have a laugh with Richard Whymark on 10 November from 7.30pm until late tickets £6.50 Please book tickets by calling in or telephone 01263 822087 Christmas Fayre Saturday 17 November at Sheringham Baptist church 1pm-4pm Crafts, games & refreshments Proceeds to building fund

An Evening on the High Seas Janet Shell Mezzo Soprano and Stephen Miles – Tenor will be

in a nautical mood with Kathleen Wyatt - Piano Thurs 8 Nov at 6pm for one hour. Free entry. Retiring collection for the Church Roof Appeal. No tickets required Christ Church Fulmodeston NR21 0LZ. For more info call 01328 878364 Janet Shell is a widely respected artist who has sung in many major concert venues around the UK and abroad in opera, oratorio and recital. As an opera singer she has sung roles for English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, Kent Opera, Opera North & at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Autumn Fayre at Aylmerton Village Hall on Sat 10 November 2pm – 4pm. Stalls include cakes, gifts and toiletries, bric a brac, books, tombola, raffles, games and refreshments. Proceeds to St John's Church Aylmerton Restoration Fund

‘Round Norfolk in 1912’ A Talk on the Yellow Caravan is coming to The Virginia Court Hotel, Cliff Avenue, Cromer on Tuesday 30 October at 7.30pm to raise funds for RNLI. Join Juliet Webster for an hour as she takes you back in time on a two week horse-drawn caravan holiday round Norfolk 100 years ago. Pictures & poetry by Honor Elwes and her two intrepid lady companions. Raffle, teas, pay bar, Tickets £7 booking essential – please send cheques and sae (payable to RNLI) to Tony Webster, Apt 1, Seafields, 14/16 Cliff Avenue, Cromer NR27 0AN Tel 01263 512483

Halloween Special on Wednesday 31 October at Beacon Farm 6pm BBQ, with best carved pumpkin competition and best dressed witch/warlock. Suggested donations of £3 or more. Trimingham Village Hall Fundraising Committee

The Cromer & Sheringham Arts Festival Artworks By members of The Cromer & District Art Society At East Runton Village Hall Thur 1st, Fri 2nd & Sat 3rd Nov 10am – 4pm Admission free

Diabetes UK North Norfolk Voluntary Group Our speaker on Thursday 22 November will be Ross Murphy from Abbotts Diabetes Care. The meeting starts at 7.30pm at Cromer Methodist Church Hall. For more information please contact Jackie or David on 01692 405492

Events at Cromer Museum in October Events for Adults

Wednesday 31 October, 10 – 3pm Creative Writing Workshop Learn how to write historical fiction and ghost stories with Caroline Gilfillan. Please bring a notebook. Part of Cromer and Sheringham Arts Festival. Cost: £15.00, Museums pass £14.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543. Friday 9 November, 10am – 3pm Norfolk’s Deserted Villages This workshop will examine some of Norfolk’s depopulated settlements, the causes behind their disertion, what to look for where a sttlement once was and which ones can be visited today. Cost: £15.00, Museums pass £14.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543. Friday 23 November, 10am – 3pm Rag Rugs 6

Learn how to make your own traditional rag rugs based on examples in our collection. Cost: £15.00, Museums pass £14.00. Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543.

Tuesday 20 November, 10.30 – 12noon Mardle at the Museum Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and have a mardle about Cromer past and present. Bring along your photos and memorabilia for us to record and help to identify faces and events from our community archive. This session includes a talk by the Norfolk Historic Environment Service entitled ‘Wartime Norfolk from the Air’. Drop in, admission free.

Guided Walks

Saturday 3 November, 10.30am – 12.30pm Into the Circle: An Art Walk at Salthouse Heath A blend of storytelling, live theatre, prehistory, place, poetry and gentle audience participation, with

Talk by Beverley from local charity The Bird and Seal Trust Saturday 10 November 2pm to 4pm Lower Southrepps Social Club Beverley will be accompanied by some of the charities 'feathered guests' - (but no seals!). Entry free on the door but donations to the Trust are welcome. Refreshments and raffle

Christmas Fayre There will be a table top Christmas Fayre at St Andrews Methodist Church, Cromer Road Sheringham on 17 November from 10am to 12 noon where you will be able to buy Christmas gifts from the many local craft stalls. There will also be refreshments, home baked cakes for sale and a raffle. All proceeds to church funds. There are also a limited number of stalls available for anyone who is interested but please no alcohol or gambling related stalls. Anyone interested in applying for a stall at a cost of £6 should contact Anne Barker on 01263 824887 or email

SIMON WHITE-ROBINSON MEMORIAL HORSE RACE NIGHT Saturday 27 October, starting at 6pm to be held at the ‘Forge & Terrace’ area of Kelling Heath Holiday Park (Weybourne). Postcode for SatNav NR25 7HW.Horses move to rolls of the dice. A little bit of fun for the whole family (kids welcome). Tote ‘fun’ betting only. Free buffet food at mid evening interval. All proceeds to Cancer Research, The Big ‘C’ and Weybourne Community Fund. If you knew ‘The Big Man’, please come along and remember him

Cromer and Sheringham Coast festival present Classical and World Guitar Evening Andy Kirkham and Jesse Barrett play beautiful and unusual songs & melodies from West Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the home, mixing classical & folk genres on guitar, voice and percussion. Andy is an exceptional talent, creating gentle, flowing, harp-like tones and novel textures and Jesse Barrett is an outstanding percussionist and tabla player. on 30 October at 7.30pm FULL £8 / CONCESSIONS £6 Overstrand Church, Cromer Road, Overstrand Norfolk NR27 0NT Information & Bookings Sheringham Little Theatre 01263 822347 performance artist Imogen Ashwin and archaeologist Trevor Ashwin. A short creative session is optional after the walk, cost includes all materials. Meet at Salthouse Church, Cross Street (Grid Ref TG 076 436). Advance booking essential, call 01263 513543 to book. Cost £4, Museums Pass £3. Part of the COAST Festival.

Family Events

Children’s Art Workshops - Halloween Fun! Tuesday 30 October, 10.30 – 1pm & 2 – 4pm Trick or treat? Make some ghostly ghouls to scare your friends and family with in this creative workshop led by Tina Smith. Drop in. Free with museum admission.

April-Oct, Mon-Fri: 10am-4pm, Sat 12noon-4pm, Sun 1-4pm Nov-March, Mon-Fri: 10am-4pm, Sat 12noon-4pm Closed Sundays, Adult £3.50, Conc. £2.90, Young Person (4-16) £2, 01263 513543.

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National Trust joins fight to save traditional textile industry The National Trust is doing its bit to keep one of England’s most important traditional industries alive – thanks to pioneering work being carried out at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk.

“It is very important that initiatives like the Living Looms Project are successful,” added Eleanor. “The National Trust is founded on the principle of preserving our country’s heritage and open spaces forever, for everyone. If we want to maintain the intrinsic character of ageing properties like Felbrigg Hall well into the future, then we also need to preserve the traditional skills and machines that will make that possible.”

In a UK first, Felbrigg is hosting the pilot project for a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to preserve the time-honoured knowledge, skills and technology of England’s textile industry – important aspects of our heritage that face the threat of extinction.

Specialists from the Living Looms Project will be using traditional methods and machinery to create a replica of a historically important, vibrant Georgian carpet from Felbrigg Hall’s Gothic library. The original carpet dates from the 1830s and is now extremely faded and worn. When finished, the replica will be fitted as a replacement for the original, bringing the library back to life and giving visitors a taste of the room’s original grandeur.

Samples of the material have already been taken to the Living Looms Project for detailed analysis, to discover the carpet’s original colours – once thought to be lost forever. “It is very exciting,” said Eleanor Akinlade, the National Trust’s house manager for Felbrigg Hall. “We’ve found out the original had vibrant plum purples, deep shades of green and impressive blues – completely different to the faded colours left after nearly 200 years of use and exposure to daylight.”

Results show the carpet is particularly noteworthy as it contains 29 colours in an intricate 3 ft by 3 ft floral design, making it a rare surviving example of a Printed Tapestry carpet.


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The Living Looms Project runs a small number of unique, late 19th century carpet looms from its workshop in Stourport-on-Severn in the West Midlands – the last looms of their kind in the world and the only looms capable of producing an acceptable replica of a Printed Tapestry carpet like the one in Felbrigg’s library.

Mo Mant, from the Living Looms Project, said: “England has already lost many of its traditional technologies, designs and skills and the textile industry has been one of the worst hit.

“Without the Living Looms Project, numerous more historic textiles, including carpets and tapestries, will disappear. That is why it is vital that we work handin-hand with conservation organisations like the National Trust. Once gone, these textiles will be lost forever.”

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At present, most of the original library carpet is covered up with a protective layer of hard-wearing material. It will undergo conservation work before being placed in the Trust’s archives. It is expected the new carpet will be ready next year.

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Sheringham Park Halloween Trail - 27 October- 4 November, 10am-4.15pm. Self-guided Halloween trail through the park. Finish the trail and get a free Halloween treat! £2 (includes a spooky prize) Family Foraging - Wednesday 31 October 10.30am – 1pm. Can you survive in the wild? We’ll look for ‘food for free’ and explore the folklore of plants on a morning stroll in the Park. 2 miles approx Free Walking Festival event (Booking Required)

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North Norfolk praised for cleanliness and given five star award

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has been recognised for keeping its communities very tidy and been handed a five star award for the cleanliness of the district.

NNDC’s efforts to keep the district clean have earned the award in the 2012 Clean Britain Awards.

Anonymous inspections assessed 13 key criteria, including general litter, chewing gum and smoking-related litter, fly-tipping, graffiti and the provision and condition of litter bins. North Norfolk was inspected in August, at the height of the holiday season.

Areas inspected included Fakenham town centre, high school and college and Wells Road; Holt High Street and Country Park; Sheringham High Street, sea front and train station; Cromer sea front, promenade and Cromwell Road; and North Walsham High Street and Market Place.

Comments in the official Clean Britain Awards report included:

“Holt could hardly be faulted with near perfect scores in the town centre and a perfect 100% in Holt Country Park with the latter receiving glowing praise from the judges.”

“Cromer promenade was amazing given the high volume of people there in high season. The litter bin provision to cope with the additional footfall was excellent.”

The area round Sheringham Station was said to be “only small but nonetheless, an extremely clean, pleasant and tidy entrance to the town”. While North Walsham was praised for its “nice tidy town centre”, and Fakenham was described as “an extremely well kept and tidy town”.

John Lee, NNDC’s Cabinet Member for Environmental Services, Tourism, Leisure and Cultural Services, said, “Great efforts are made in North Norfolk to keep the environ-

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ment clean and tidy for both visitors and people who live here. “We are very pleased to receive five stars, but equally it is important to maintain our efforts and ensure standards remain very high. “We can always do even better and will aim to do so in the future.”

The awards are run by the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) in association with the British Cleaning Council and are open to all local authorities and other organisations involved in managing public spaces.

Steve Lee, chief executive of CIWM, said, “Our communities deserve well maintained and attractive public places and the Clean Britain Awards recognise and reward the efforts made by councils and other organisations to keep our local areas clean and welcoming. “The quality of our local environment contributes directly to our sense of wellbeing and civic pride and plays an important role in improving the economic prosperity of our towns, cities and rural districts.”

Sheringham Hot Desks Available

Oddfellows Hall on Lifeboat Plain in Sheringham is offering ‘Hot Desk’ facilities on the first floor overlooking the sea. Six partitioned areas are available with effect from January 2013. This iconic building is in the centre of the town easily accessible to the public and includes a receptionist, Wi-Fi, printing facilities, main telephone line and coffee making facilities, and will be available from Monday to Friday.

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Historic Lodge Wins North Norfolk Conservation and Design Award

The 2012 North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) Graham Allen Award has been won by a ‘weekend retreat’ which was once the favourite of Edward VII. The retreat, now The Gunton Arms at Thorpe Market, dates from the 19th Century and was the former lodge to Gunton Hall. The building had been in decline and looked to be following the same route as so many other traditional watering holes. However, considerable intervention, restoration and re-modelling has breathed new life into this important Grade II Listed Building. The owner’s intention from the outset was to reinstate the building’s original character and architectural features. North Norfolk District Council Cabinet Member for Planning, Rhodri Oliver, said “This is an excellent example of a restoration scheme that respects the original structure. The scheme pays close attention to detail and new elements complement the historic structure. The building has been brought back to life and is a credit to everyone involved and to North Norfolk as a whole”.

A modern piece of contemporary design has been highly commended. The Atrium, North Walsham, perfectly marries community needs with innovative spaces and striking design. The judges said the building was a bold architectural statement which has added another dimension to community facilities in the town.

This year two schemes received a commendation, Moor Hall Farm, Briston and Brookside and Blogg Cottage, Kelling. Moor Hall Farm saw the restoration of a derelict 18th Century MM F. COOKE OF ROUGHTON farm house and outbuildings with the addition Manufacturer and Supplier of a striking three-storey ‘tower’. The scheme of Concrete Products at Kelling saw the sensitive refurbishment of Display at Groveland Fruit Farm, Brookside Cottage and the erection of the Thorpe Market Road, Roughton NR21 8TB matching Blogg Cottage. This project was RELOCATION SALE praised for its locally distinctive approach, ALL STOCK MUST GO vernacular design and overall contribution to the setting and appearance of the Kelling ConMAKE ME AN OFFER servation Area. Ashcroft, Chapel Road. Roughton NR11 8QP

The awards were presented at North Norfolk District Council’s offices on 8 October by Edward Allen, the eldest son of the late Graham Allen who was the first chairman of North Norfolk District Council.

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For more information on the Graham Allen Awards call Phil Godwin, NNDC Conservation Design and Landscape Manager on (01263) 516131 or Paul Rhymes, Conservation and Design Officer on (01263) 516367.

The Norfolk Hospice

The desire to provide Norfolk with the level of hospice care it requires has always been central to the mission of our Hospice, Chief Executive Richard Shaw, told members of the Rotary Club of Holt at their weekly Luncheon Meeting. A crucial part of this aspiration is to develop a purpose-built Hospice for adults living in Norfolk and the Fens, something which is not available in the County outside the Norwich catchment area. ‘Our vision is of a full service purpose-built Hospice - to include in-patient beds - on a new site, in a more central location, to serve North and West Norfolk and the part of the Fens we cover. This project will only come to fruition with the support of our benefactors and the communities we serve. As the range of services we offer increase, so does the amount of money we require to continue supporting those living with a life-limiting illness. The people of Norfolk and the Fens urgently need and truly deserve the very highest standard of Hospice care for everyone who requires it. We have established a Capital Campaign to raise funds for the New Hospice which involves appeals in Norwich and London. They were given five acres of land in Hillington, east of King's Lynn and outline planning permission has been approved. The initial cost of the project was nine million, but this had been halved’. In addition since taking charge he had reduced current costs and reinforced the Ethos. 45 per cent of the new facilities will be devoted to Cancer, with a similar amount to Neurological problems for which there is no cure, chronic heart disease and lung failure, mainly in age groups 18m to 21. Day care and day service will be developed and there will be 12 beds. A relationship is being developed with the NHS which provides some six percent of the funding, the rest of the annual cost of 1.7 million being raised from the public, to serve 380 people a month. Locally, Greshams and various other schools around the county provide support, across activities, in addition to the 250 volunteers who help.

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Skydive raises more than £7000

A skydive at Beccles Airfield raised more than £7000 for Big C, Norfolk and Waveney’s own cancer charity.

The dive, on 9 September, saw 12 people jumping out of a plane and raising thousands to go towards the charity’s work supporting people in Norfolk and Waveney who are living with cancer.

parachuting to cycling, marathons and treks.” Big C is a completely independent charity and all the support, funding and services it provides are for the people of Norfolk and Waveney.

And to keep up to date with what’s happening day to day at Big C, like us on Facebook or follow @BigCTweets on Twitter.

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North Norfolk Speakers Club hosted the Area Humorous Speech and Table Topics Contest on Wednesday 3rd October at Rossi’s Leisure, North Walsham.

The event was well supported by members and guests from North Norfolk, Norwich, Dereham and Brandon Speakers Clubs. President Gillian Beecroft opened the evening with a welcome speech before handing the floor to the Contest Chair, David McNaughter. Contestants delivered speeches of a very high calibre and Stuart Richards from North Norfolk Speakers Club consolidated his success at club level by winning the Humorous Speech Contest, against stiff competition. James Allison from Norwich Speakers club ably secured his well deserved place in the next round, winning the Table Topics Contest.

The charity funds ground-breaking research into beating cancer at UEA as well as paying for support and vital life-saving equipment. It runs support and information centres at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital and on Regent Street in Great Yarmouth, as well as offering a drop-in service on Mondays at the Millennium Library in Norwich.

If you would like to find out more about the charity’s work or help us by volunteering, fundraising or joining our consultation group, please call us at the Big C office on 01603 619900 or visit our website at

Diane Northway, Big C’s North Norfolk community fundraiser, made the leap herself. She said: “Everyone really enjoyed it and some of us wanted to do it again next spring. I’d like to thank everyone who took part and helped us raise this amazing amount of money.

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Money raised goes to help people in your community who are affected by cancer.

Halloween Party

On 28 October from 4pm until 7pm Sheringham Playpark Revamp will be hosting a children's Halloween party at the Community Centre. There will be a disco, face painting, refreshments, a fancy dress and best pumpkin competitions, £2 entry fee (per child) Get dressed up and come and join us for lots of fun. “Amazing food and service”

“A hidden Cromer gem”

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Both successful contestants will represent the Area at the Regional stage of the contest to be held in Cambridge on Saturday 13th October.

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Waitrose North Walsham is calling out to local charities and community groups in north Norfolk to apply for its charitable giving scheme, Community Matters.

The programme at Waitrose North Walsham offers three local organisations a proportion of a £1,000 fund every month.

like to support. The amount available to the good causes reflects the customer votes, meaning an organisation with 33% of the vote would receive a £333 donation.

Ashley Broad, Branch Manager at the new, Waitrose in North Walsham said: "Community Matters ensures we can support the local causes and projects which matter Customers decide how the fund is allocated most to our by using a green token given to them at the customers. checkouts to vote for the charity they would There are so many deserving causes in North Walsham and we would like local people to let us know who they would like us to support durPurdy's Tea Room ing the first few months."

The Community Matters scheme is part of Waitrose’s ongoing commitment to supporting the communities in which it trades and will see the North Walsham branch donate £12,000 between 36 local causes every year.

If you would like to nominate a charity, school or community group, please call into the Black Swan Public House to pick up, a nomination form you can return the completed forms here until the branch opens Organisations eligible for Community Matters for November. Readers of on 29th include local charities, schools community Only Aylsham groups and projects.

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I am delighted to announce our ‘Family Roast Tables.’ Starting in November it is a great way of treating everyone to a Sunday Roast. We will prepare the meat to your liking give you plenty of Goose Fat Roast Potatoes, Yorkshire Puddings, a selection of Norfolk seasonal vegetables, piping hot Red Wine Gravy and a carving knife. You serve the family and everyone gets just the right amount. We do however require 48 hours notice and a minimum of 6 per table. We will be offering a choice of 3 meats, Stuffed and Rolled Norfolk Pork at £12.50 per person, Norfolk Leg of Lamb marinated in Rosemary and Garlic at £14.00 per person or slow cooked Rib of Norfolk Beef at just £15.00 per person.

November also sees the return of our very popular ‘Buy One get One Free’ available during November and January lunchtimes Monday to Friday and our ‘Dish of the Day’

available Sunday to Thursday offering a main course for just £8.95. Our Dish of the Day meals will include Bangers and Mash, ‘Whites’ Chicken Curry, Beer Battered Plaice and Chips and Shepherds Pie with Honey Glazed Parsnips.

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The next meeting will be on Tuesday 6 November, when the topic after lunch will be “Cars with a difference” presented by David Morton. He has told us little about the content as he wishes to retain an element of surprise, but he did let on that it involves plenty of interaction with the audience.

David is a mechanical engineer by profession and still works in that field, fitting in a considerable number of talks to groups of all ages, including Probus Clubs.

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Since the last meeting, one of the guests has applied to join and the visitor has also said that he would like to join so, if you pay us a visit, you will not be the only “new boy”.

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winter and early spring. A small sowing of a lettuce such as ‘Little Gem’ can be made in October and the resulting seedlings pricked out and spaced out in a seed tray and grown on in the best possible light and covered with fleece if the weather gets really cold. In December the plants are moved into 3 ½ inch pots and carefully watered and fed. Growing the lettuces in pots allows for good air circulation and reduces the threat of fungal infections such as Botrytis.

Cutting begins as soon as they are large enough. The first pickings will be good leaves which will make excellent salads. The remaining plants will develop hearts and can be cut as required. Using this method fresh and tasty lettuce can be cut as needed over an extended cropping period when commercial supplies tend to be insipid and expensive.

The winter greenhouse can be a very depressing place. The tomato plants have been cut down from their supports and the green tomatoes put on the staging to ripen. Pot plants are looking tired and are either consigned to the compost heap or cut down to overwinter underneath the staging. The lawnmower, garden furniture and children’s toys are thrown in to await the spring.

However it is possible to keep gardening in your greenhouse throughout the winter and I am going to try to produce colourful flowers and some edible crops even though the days are getting shorter and colder and there is no special heating.

It is surprising that many gardeners who grow excellent summer crops in their greenhouses fail to use them for vegetable production in

features in mind, the capacity to flower in the short days of winter, tolerance of extreme weather and the ability to stay compact and not stretch and fall over when mild weather eventually comes. In general pansies produce larger flowers but not many of them, violas carry many more flowers but they are smaller. Violas also tend to be tougher and more weather resistant. On the basis that it is preferable to have many small flowers rather than one or two larger ones I have concentrated on violas and currently have fifty or more little plants, all subtly different flowering in the greenhouse. Only time will tell whether they will be too coddled and develop some form of disease but it will be fun trying and hopefully I will have a good display to fight those winter blues that many gardeners suffer.

Other suggestions for your winter greenhouse include bulbs especially prepared hyacinths and daffodils and why not try some potatoes which are now in the garden centres especially designed to be grown in containers and give you some new potatoes deep in winter.

To bring colour into the greenhouse I am experimenting with winter pansies and violas. They are often a little disappointing when grown outside as they fall prey to rain, wind and snow and of course the attentions of slugs and snails who seem to have a preference for the petals over the stems and leaves. Buying several trays of pansies and violas from local garden centres and violas I have put them the plants into one litre pots and displayed them on the greenhouse staging where I can look them in the eye. I will now be able to see whether it is too warm or dry for them under glass or whether they will enjoy the extra care and protection. I will report back.

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SHUDDERING SPIDERS! IT’S HALLOWE’EN ON THE POPPY LINE Hallowe’en half term starts on 27 October, and the Poppy Line is ready with a week that’s full of treats and more than a spooky trick or two.

Ghoulies and ghosties abound! At Weybourne Station, if you’re feeling brave enough, you can enter the spook-laden Hallowe’en Hall, hellish haunt of witches, warlocks and shuddering spiders. You can get in (and out again!) free with your Rover train ticket.

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And, of course, there’ll be a Ghost Train. On Hallowe’en itself, Wednesday 31 October, the Ghost Train will leave Sheringham at 6.30pm for a trip to Hallowe’en Hall and back. The fare is just £9.50 adult and £5 child (not suitable for under 8 year olds) and may well include a refreshing little surprise.

SiS and Angel Packs Update

The usual Rover fares apply all week for all normal service trains: £10.50 adult, £7.00 child 5 – 15 (under 5s free) and £9.50 senior citizen. The family ticket at £35 (2 adults + 2 children or 3 adults + 1 child) includes a £5 voucher to spend on refreshments or gifts.

There have not been any incidents requiring the use of an Angel Pack in the last few weeks which is great news! SiS are delighted to announce that they raised £270 with their "Prize a Time" tombola during Carnival Week! This means that the Angel Pack Fund is very healthy and hopefully will not require any more funds for some time, which is a wonderful position to be in! As so much was raised a further Angel Pack will be situated at Blooming Blooms in The Granary, Station Road, Sheringham, and also at Weybourne and Holt Stations on the Poppy Line Railway. Thank you to everyone for their support for this ongoing local initiative!

SiS are continuing with their local fundraising and will be holding a Tombola and Raffle on Saturday 24 November - the day of the Christmas Lights Switch-on - outside the NatWest Bank from 10am - 5pm approximately. The money raised will be split 50/50 between our Local Macmillan Cancer Care Group and Sheringham ABC (After Breast Cancer). The Sheringham ABC Group have recently heard that their funding has been cut so this event will, hopefully, raise funds to help to keep this important group going. Please come along and support us on the day!

Save lives with the extra hour When the clocks go back this October, what will you do with the extra hour?

Stay in bed? Fit in an extra gym session? Spend time with family? How about saving a life? NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) are reminding the public that it only takes an hour to give blood. With blood in constant demand, new and existing donors are being urged to donate in Sheringham to ensure that sufficient blood is available for patients.

There are many ways that donated blood can save the lives of the sick and injured. Donated blood is used not only in accident and emergency situations but also for patients undergoing surgery and receiving treatment for cancer and blood diseases, such as leukaemia.

Giving blood can dramatically improve or save the lives of those in need of blood transfusions, in fact a single donation can be broken into three component parts (red cells, plasma and platelets) which means that one donation can potentially save or improve the lives of up to three people.

Derek Carr, Lead Donor Relations Manager for NHSBT, said “As the weather gets colder, people are more likely to stay indoors. We would like to remind people that they only need to spend an hour of their time with us in order to help save lives. With the increase in the cold and flu this season, it is vital that those that are able to donate do so, to keep stock levels healthy”.


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. To book an appointment call the Donor Line on 0300 123 23 23 or visit Sheringham Independent #354 27th October 2012

North Norfolk Cliffs Inspire Leslie

It was a simple chance observation that made Leslie Nockels choose â&#x20AC;&#x153;North Norfolk Cliffsâ&#x20AC;? for the title of her painting show, part of the COAST Festival at the Blue Sky CafĂŠ, for the cafĂŠ stands on the highest cliff west of Cromer. She has spent the summer walking the whole of the North Norfolk beaches looking at the cliffs, from Mundesley to Weybourne.

Cliffs in North Norfolk differ so widely in character. Chalk as in the short variegated cliffs at Weybourne, the great raft pushed up at Overstrand, the sea worn arch at Runton (featured on BBCs Country File), or the so soft gorgeously coloured but contorted sands of Happisburgh to the hideous frightening caldera of liquid clay eating back deep into the high cliffs of Trimingham.

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We are lucky - cliffs allow us see into the landmass and discover the secrets that lie beneath our feet, simply because the sea has swept away the foot of the cliffs to reveal the interiors. She tells of thin layers of grey clay, white chalk, and cream marl all swirled together as if by a gigantic wooden spoon (Mundesley, Sheringham) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and wonders what forces twisted and folded these delicate layers, surely such a great force would destroy all layering -they are Battlefields of Feathers!

Leslie has been painting these  stories of the earth in acrylic and oils and they can be seen at the Blue Sky Cafe,   Runton Road car park,  Cromer, 27 October - 3 November, but she is also at COAST's exhibition    taster  being staged at Sheringham Library 20 October â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3 November.

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Sheringham and District Society

This year has been another record year for both the Fishermen’s Heritage Centre and the Peter Coke Shell Gallery which the Sheringham and District Society look after.

Fishermen’s Heritage Centre The Fishermen’s Heritage Centre opened for 166 days between Easter and the end of September. This was 40 days more than in

2011.Thanks are due to our volunteers who put themselves out to make this possible. 10,700people visited the historic Henry Ramey Upcher lifeboat – 1,200 more than in 2011. Over 125 overseas visitors visited the Centre. They came from 24 countries with the USA and Australia being the most frequently mentioned.

The 2012 special display was Fishermen’s Nickname’swhich proved very popular. Families such as the Cox’s, Craske’s, Farrow’s, Pegg’s and West’s visited the Centre to find out about their great-grandfathers. They were told children how “Plug” Emery set sail one day with the plug missing from the bottom of his boat and got rather wet!

The many positive comments in the Visitors Book include: "Boat looks wonderful”; “Loved all the photos - fascinating displays”; “Wow - our boys loved it”; “I liked the big boatit was epic”; “Lots of memories from my last visit 20 years ago”.

Peter Coke Shell Gallery With 8,250 visitors this year (1750 more than last year) the Gallery continues its upward trend. This is due to our volunteers again who have opened the Gallery for more days this year than in any other year,


as well as to the power of word of mouth recommendations, children, who perhaps have visited as part of an organised school visit, bring in their parents. This year we invested in much more stock and also decided to experiment by buying in some more expensive shells which have sold well.

The visitor book is completely full of positive comments such as: “The most fantastic shell collection we have ever seen.” “Unbelievable! Never seen anything like it.” “Wow!!” “Awesome!”

It will be a shame if it comes to that and I am hoping that there are parents reading this who feel they can make a difference and join us.

This is a desperate plea to all parents, grandparents and carers of the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Young Leaders who attend the Sheringham Headquarters on Cromer Road, and to the girls themselves:

Girl Guiding is the UKs largest Voluntary organisation for girls and young women. I think a lot of people are unaware of the work that goes in to organising the different activities that our girls do each week, every week of the term. No-one gets paid a wage, everyone does it because they enjoy it. BUT we need to fund-raise! This is where FOG help out (Friends of Guiding)

Whatever time you have spare, whatever skills you may have… WE NEED YOU!!

Contact me on 01263 824743 or 07786 618816 or email or send me a message on Facebook: Tracey Ghanbouri

We should be a group of parents raising money throughout the year. The money raised goes towards the upkeep of the Headquarters, so; if you meet at the headquarters for your weekly unit meetings, or you drop your daughter off there every week, this appeal is aimed at YOU!!

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It’s not a huge commitment. There are no long meetings to attend and the more people we have to help, the less everyone has to do!

We need people who are: • computer literate • willing to help come up with new fund-raising ideas • willing to organise a cake stall in town • happy to be part of a team • happy to help organise the annual Xmas Fayre • happy to help at the Discos (we have one every school term) You don’t have to do all of the above but if you are willing and able thenWE NEED YOU!!

If we don’t get a committee formed then FOG WILL FOLD. Simple as that. No more discos, no more Xmas Fayre, no more fund-raising.

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Last time, we mentioned the little cat that was missing but had not been chipped. Unfortunately the person who was thought to have taken her said this was not the case and she appears to have disappeared without trace. As she was a pedigree cat we believe she has been stolen and her owner deeply regrets not having her chipped.

Talking to other branches of Cats Protection on a Cat Forum it is apparent that the situation regarding stray and unwanted cats is the worst we have experienced as a charity. However, compared to some areas of the country we are quite fortunate. Although we have a waiting list for cats to come in, we do not have to limit this to stray cats and can, given time, take those that are in a home at present, but for whatever reason need to find a new one. The general consensus also indicates that fewer people are coming forward to offer cats and kittens new homes. Perhaps some are under the misapprehension that we charge a lot of money, but this is not the case. Looking at the ‘dreaded’ websites we see cats and kittens being offered for far more money and without the health checks, vaccinations and routine treatments ours have all received. Others are being sensible and considering the costs they could incur owning a pet should it become ill or have an accident and maybe deciding that they can only afford one where in the past they might have given a home to two. These are worrying times but we will continue to help as many cats and kittens as we can.

Earlier this year we launched a “Free Neutering” campaign and several vets in the area agreed to participate. Although this was intended for those who were having difficulty in paying for the operation and to prevent more litters of unwanted kittens, we know that people who could afford to pay took advantage of the offer. The offer has now closed and approximately £12,000 of branch funds have been spent on this. Because Stephanie receives so many calls about neutering it has been decided to set up a special phone line to take these calls. If you are interested in receiving help to neuter your cat in future please ring 07880 256948 (to see if you are eligible), and not Stephanie.

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

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Dear Grumpy Old Man

I am 100% with you. You do not stand alone in this respect. I, too, do not use a computer and have been subject to similar experiences. Fortunately I have a wife who can work the box and two children who will, if sometimes reluctantly, press all the appropriate buttons to get me what I want. The only advantage of the ‘plastic god’ is to make things quicker but at my age I can afford the time. Seems that to cram everything possible in to every minute of every day (even on holiday!) is the norm now but hey! Are things any better with computers? Nope!! Notice when the computerised system in your local shop fails to perform, no purchases can be made. The favoured excuse for inaction is ‘the computer’s down’. Ask for something and the reply might well be ‘the computer won’t let me do that!’ Whatever the machine says is right – brainpower is eroded. We are supposed to talk through the box via e-mail thus doing away with the art of conversation, letter writing and/or penmanship. I don’t advocate a return to the past but those in the present should acknowledge that until every last dinosaur has left the planet, consideration should be given to those who want to wallow in the luxury of yesteryear. Grumpies unite!!! Terry Dacktill (correct name and address supplied

Dear Grumpy Old Man

Having read your item in The Sheringham Independent complaining about computer use and how difficult you find it – your problems probably started with those 2 hour classes. I first acquired a computer at age 60 – 13 years ago – and am self taught. I now run an online mail order business as well as a designer/maker business and B&B – all have their own websites and would not exist without an online presence. Anyone not computer literate now is cut off from so much. Skype for contacting friends and family in far flung parts of the world – this is a free mode of keeping in really good contact with children, grandchildren and friends. Shopping online for groceries if one is housebound or unable to drive in this rural area where one can be very isolated. All one needs is to use email and Google for all these contacts and information. Trouble is if you can’t - then you don’t know what you are missing. Don’t be so luddite – it’s not helpful to others and its negative. Many older people are very computer savvy and enjoy all the benefits from this. Facebook, Twitter and all the rest are optional! Jan Horrox



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Dear Margaret

Although the new toilets on the prom look very nice and the colourful beach hut theme fits in well with its surroundings I feel the design has many faults. The main one being the doors opening outwards onto the prom was not a good idea. Someone must have realised this as a few days later yellow lines appeared (which no one takes any notice of), and then notices appeared urging caution when opening doors. These two measures should be enough but small children and dogs for instance do not know what yellow lines are for and cannot read the notices. On many walks along the prom I have seen people using the yellow lined area as a walkway and have narrowly missed being knocked over. Also people with dogs on leads leave them wandering ahead and they are frequently near the doors. If this had been a traditional style toilet block, but with a beach hut style frontage, perhaps it would have been less likely to have been vandalised. There is absolutely no excuse for vandalism but in this day and age every public facility has to take the possibility into account when it is being designed. I would be interested to know who designed the toilets, who passed the plans and how much did it cost and who is going to pay for the cost of the vandalism. P Whitworth

Dear Margaret

With Christmas fast approaching please could you again ask readers of The Sheringham Independent to save their stamps for me. I send the stamps on to the many charities I support. Thank you to all your readers who have sent me their stamps so far. I will accept any stamps - albums, foreign, first day covers etc. Many thanks Jayne Manning, 111 Mill Road, Cromer, NR27 0AD


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The speed that he is moving Quite surprises me. Gold and brown leaves spiral down And crackle where I tread, The colours are amazing, Sometimes the leaves are red. My spirits are lifted At the colours I see, I long for days like this, They give such joy to me. Diane Berthelot

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Electric oven Baumatic under counter model 2.3 kW stainless steel fan assisted with grill digital controls £75. Luggage case ‘5 Cities’ expandable retractable handle size 25cm x 43cm x 75cm £15. Computer table pine H30” W24” L58” £5. Tel 01692 403113 Mans quality black leather jacket size medium/large silk & fleece lining only worn a couple of times excellent condition £45ono Tel 07747 826561 win bike carrier fits car with toe bar £15. Imitation Christmas tree with lights £10. Caravan security wheel lock £15. Tel 01692 400717 or 07909 577829 Acoustic guitar learn to play guitar 4 dummies book. Lloyds heat/ massager £5 each. Lexmark printer good working order and 500sheets paper £10. Tel 01263 825870 4 x wood veneer double wardrobes £70 each. 1 x 4 draw tall chest £70. 2 x 3 draw bedside tables £70. (All John Lewis and in excellent condition) 1 x pine single bed and mattress £30. Tel 07920 427020 Epson R300 stylus photo printer full working order prints photos documents or directly onto cd/dvd discs comes with several sets of ink carts which are worth £20+ and installation disc £25ono. 01263 824001 leave your number if no one in 2 oil filled radiators both have thermostats and timers £15 each. Pine fire surround with carved corn details £20. Tel 01263 824833 Sony Bravia LCD 32" TV Model No. KDL32V2500 HD ready Freeview & comes with remote control & full instructions good working order £100ovno Tel 01692 406142 Brand new Arabis 1700x700 white bath & panel also included in price pair of new chrome taps all surplus to requirements £120ono Tel 01692 403492 Set of 11 ft aluminium steps good condition £25ono. 4ft x 3ft camping trailer fitted ladder rack new tyres gc £90 Tel 01692 406615 Graco travel system beige and grey including pushchair carrycot footmuff rainwear carseat with base for car vgc £90ono Tel 07799 735698 ELC swim jacket blue aged 2-3 years still in original packaging £10. Tomy Thomas and Cranky train sets used as one £20. Tel 01263 735099


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The COAST Festival kicks off this year during the October half term and runs for the week Saturday 27 October through to Saturday 3 November. Through the month of October several events will take place booking is advisable as all events will be well attended.

At 7.30pm on Thursday 4 October at The Village Inn in West Runton, COAST is hosting its third quiz of the year. As it is National Poetry Day, we’re teaming up with Cley Poetry Circle to offer a general knowledge quiz with a wordy twist... Tables are £20 for a team of 4 (including free chips and sandwiches). Book your table with From 10am-4pm on Saturday 6 October at Cromer Community Hall on Garden Street, we’re offering the opportunity to pick up a bargain or some quirky Christmas gifts at our Bizarre Bazaar - a jumble/car-boot sale with a difference - with entertainment, refreshments, and an eclectic range of clothing, bric-a-brac, art, prints, jewellery, leather goods, books etc. Entry is FREE to the public. A limited number of pitches are available to book for £10 at

Later on Sat 6 Oct at 7.30pm, at Holy Trinity Church, West Runton, the Priest in Charge, Rev Dr Allan Barton, will give a talk on Norfolk Church Screens. Prior to ordination Allan Barton was an adult education lecturer in the History of Art, and has a doctorate in Medieval Art History from the University of York. Tickets at £5, including cheese and wine, are available from or on the door

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Do you want to know what your local police team are up to?

Sheringham Safer Neighbourhood Team are keen for local residents and businesses to keep up to date with the work they are doing and issues which affect them.

Police Direct is an information sharing scheme, where Norfolk Constabulary sends a variety of messages to the public – from e-newsletters to crime updates and crime prevention advice.

Police Direct will keep you up to date with news from your policing team including the latest priorities they’re working on, the actions they’ve recently taken and information about how offenders in your area have been brought to justice.

You can also tell us if you wish to receive a monthly e-newsletter. This is done through a high-tech messaging service called Police Direct. You can register your details to receive messages from the Constabulary direct to your email inbox, mobile or landline.

Registering is simple: • If you would like to register by completing a form you can pick one of these up from Sheringham library, alternatively you can get in touch with the SNT by calling 101, the police non emergency number and ask a member of the Team for a form. • To register on line you need to go onto the Norfolk Constabulary website and follow the link for Police Direct.

While on the Norfolk Constabulary website, you can also find out more about the team, who they are and their roles and responsibilities.

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Fit Together Walks

Thursday 8 November - 10:30am Beeston Heath Walk –

Grade 3 – Approx. 3 miles – A walk with moderate to steep gradients on heath, woodland, grass, dirt and pavement. Meet at Priory Maze and Gardens Car Park (free), Cromer Rd, Sheringham. Please arrive 20 mins early if you are new. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07826869377.

Sunday 11 November - 10am - West Runton to Beeston Bump SUNDAY Walk –

Grade 3 – Approx. 3 miles – A scenic walk on grass, dirt and pavement with a steep gradient. Meet at The Village Inn PH Car park (free), West Runton,

NR27 9QT. Please arrive 20 mins early if you are new. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07826869377.

Tuesday 20 November – 10:30am Sheringham Park Temple Walk –

Grade 2 – Approx. 2 miles – A walk through the park with moderate gradients on dirt, gravel, grass and woodland paths. Meet at the Dales Hotel Car Park (free), Lodge Hill, Sheringham, NR26 8TJ. Please arrive 20 mins early if you are new. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07826 869377.

Thursday 22 November – 10:30am – Weybourne Heath Walk –

Grade 4 – Approx. 5 miles – A walk on a mixture of concrete, dirt, gravel and grass with gentle gradients and stunning views. Meet on Beach Rd, (on corner

near village hall), Weybourne, NR25 7AH (parking on street near village hall). Please arrive 20 mins early if you are new. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 07826869377.

Friday 14 December - 10.30am CHRISTMAS Mince Pie and Mulled Wine Walk -

Approx. 2 miles - Join us at The Links Hotel, West Runton, NR27 9QH, for a lovely walk through the village and around the perimeter of Hillside Animal Sanctuary and then back to the Hotel for mince pies and mulled wine. Please book for this walk on 07826869377. Bookings close: Fri Nov 30th at the latest!! £2.95 each.

The Local Pick Up Points for the full Fit Together walk programme are Sheringham Library and Lloyds Pharmacy.

Sheringham Ramblers

Sunday 4 November : Reepham Station Road Shoppers free car park. 11 mile walk led by Janet & David (contact no. 01263 734336)

Wednesday 7 November : Kelling Heath Camp Site -

Free Car Park. 5 mile walk led by Geri & Alan (contact no. 01263 820238)

Sunday 18 November : Southrepps Village Hall -

free car park. 11 mile walk led by Norman (contact no. 01263 825457)

Wednesday 21 November : Baconsthorpe Village Hall -

free car park. 6 mile walk led by Susan & Richard (contact no. 01263 588045)

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Sheringham Independent #354 27th October 2012


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Sheringham Independent 354  

Local news magazine for North Norfolk

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