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Issue no 511 May 11th 2019

Upper Sheringham Bells will be ringing out again soon!

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

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

We are already training new bellringers at nearby St Andrew’s in Holt who will also help with ringing the bells at All Saints Upper Sheringham – but we are always keen to teach new people so if you ever fancied trying your hand at this ancient art get in touch!

It’s nothing like you see on the television – you do not fly through the air, you do not need to be strong, you do not need to be musical or mathematical – Continued on page 4...

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Sheringham Independent Issue 511 11th May 2019

Upper Sheringham Bells will be ringing out again soon!


Kelling Probus Club held its April lunch meeting at The Dales Hotel Upper Sheringham. Seventeen members were present and after a tasty lunch Chairman Andrew Hyatt welcomed our speaker Robert Smith who talked about Wells-next-the -Sea and his job as harbour master there.

Continued from front cover... - you just need a sense of rhythm and a sense of humour!

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

Robert’s talk was not only interesting but also humorous and entertaining.

He began by telling us of his early life involving the sea and his early working for a shipping company and fishing on his father’s boat.

After this he became assistant, deputy and eventually harbour master. Robert told us that the harbour was originally much further inland, and the new harbour was built in 1847 financed by bonds and some donations from local gentry and traders. In 2010 a High Commission set up a harbour board and it still works well.

The harbour employs more than 200 people in various trades. One of the things Robert found difficult was all the bureaucracy involved and the huge amount of paper work. However he still loved all the work round the Wells Harbour area. His staff checked every arrival and departure and kept their eyes open for any one breaking the law such as smuggling and illegal migration.

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

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

He was asked lots of questions about his job and answered them honestly and clearly. He was given a hearty vote of thanks by Gary Mitchell.

Next month’s speaker will be Chris Wiltshire talking on 'Life Unplanned'

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

We meet every third Thursday in the month at the Dales for lunch and a speaker. If you are interested call John Whittington on 01263 820333.

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

Eggs with a Message

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On Easter Saturday morning five members of St Andrew’s Methodist Church took to the packed streets of Sheringham, armed with baskets overflowing with over 400 Easter eggs, which had been given by church members and friends.

Sue Morton, Upper Sheringham Bell Appeal Coordinator

Attached to each egg was a colourful card with the message ‘For God loved the world so much that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not die, but have eternal life’.

The Easter eggs were given to passers-by, market stallholders and shopkeepers as well as to those who had ventured onto the promenade. Some lovely conversations were had, and pleasure given and received during this special time.

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

competition, free to enter, with a garden voucher worth £20 going to the winner.

You will be able to stroll through woodland, gaze into ponds and pools and sit in courtyard gardens.

The route also takes you passed the preserved World War Two ‘Pill Box’ at Bure Meadows which is surrounded by a commemorative garden.

As well as planting ideas you can take home inspiration on the use of garden sculpture, managing a wormery to make fertiliser, novel ideas on disguising bins and growing fruit and vegetables.

When you need a rest sit and enjoy the delicious teas, cakes, ice-cream and light lunches that will be available.

There will also be a plant identification

The Open Garden event is organised by Aylsham in Bloom. Money raised from ticket sales enables the volunteers to continue funding the Bloom planting around the town. Money raised in the individual gardens from the sale of various items including refreshments, plants and books goes to a charity of the gardener’s choice. This year’s charities include the Norfolk Heart Trust, Oxfam, Aylsham Methodist Church and the Aylsham Care Trust.

Tickets will be on sale on the open days from 9.30am from the Heritage Centre in St Michael’s churchyard. The cost is £5 for one day and £8 for a weekend ticket. Those aged 16 and under are free.

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Seniors’ Swimming Club for over 55s at Gresham school. Monday 8.30am to 9.30am. Wednesday 8.30 am to 9.30am. Friday 12noon to 1pm. Contact Patricia Poole (secretary) on 01263 860664 or e mail Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society is open to singers of all voices and abilities without audition. Two week free trial. Rehearsals are every Monday in term time, 7pm to 9pm, at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Sheringham. Contact 01263 711087, email or check website for details Warm welcome St Andrews Ladies Association ‘St. Andrew's Ladies Association meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm’. Visitors and friends welcome to join us. Anne Barker 01263 824887 REME Association Cromer & District Branch meetings - first Wed each month at Halsey House, Norwich Rd, Cromer. Ex REME and other military personnel welcome 01263 512450 Sheringham Sinfonia is a classical repertoire orchestra meeting on the last Friday of the month at The Lighthouse, Cromer Road, Sheringham. Coffee from 10, music till 12.30. Minimum standard grade 6 required. Contact Sarah Coleman for details of vacancies on 01263 821514 Macmillan Neighbour Cancer Support Drop-in Centre 1st Wednesday every month 2pm – 4pm at St Peter’s Church Hall, The Boulevard, Sheringham, NR26 8QS – join us for a chat or come along to discuss problems that you may be having – everybody very welcome. No charge and free refreshments! If you require specific info please let us know and we will try to find out for you – there is help available and what we don’t know we will certainly try to find out. Tel 07908 061781 TLC class low impact conditioning gentle exercise class for all abilities geared to the older person and based on gentle forms of bending, stretching and controlled breathing Mondays 11am – 12 noon. Also Fit Ball classes, total body exercise, simply sculpt stabilise and strengthen Wednesday 6pm – 7pm. For more information contact Anita 07867 791034/ 01263 824110.Table Tennis Mondays 7pm, matches on Tuesdays. All at The Lighthouse, 62 Cromer Road, Sheringham The White Eagle Lodge North Norfolk Group meets at the Friends Meeting House, Mundesley Road, near Swafield , North Walsham NR28 0RF at 2.45pm for 3pm on 3rd Sunday of each month (excluding January & August) for worship/meditation. You are welcome to join us. Visit Acol Bridge Club at Weybourne Village Hall on Tuesdays at 2pm. No need to bring a partner. All abilities welcome. Details 01263 515588 or 01263 514412 West Runton Scout Group meet on Mondays Scouts 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Tuesdays Cubs 6pm – 7.30pm and Thursdays Beavers 6pm – 7.15pm. If interested in joining email westrunton(section) or Harmony, friendly ladies and gentlemen's choir, meets on Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm at the Lighthouse Church Sheringham. New singers welcome. Sue Wallace 01263 822310 PILATES sessions at Erpingham Village Hall, Mondays 9.30am 10.20am (term-time only). Fully qualified instructor. £5 per session or £4 in advance. WALKING FOOTBALL for all ages and abilities at Erpingham MUGA, every Tuesday 7.30pm - 8.30pm and Wednesday 1011am. All sessions led by fully qualified instructors. £2 per session. Just turn up and play! More info from Bill on 07979 633000 or via email: WALKING NETBALL for all: now playing at Erpingham MUGA every Tuesday 6.30pm - 7.30pm and Friday 10.30-11.30am, with a qualified instructor. £2 per session - 1st session free. Just turn up or call Ros on 01263 768262 1895 Cromer Air Cadets for children aged 13+ school year 8 and over. Come join us for adventure training, shooting, flying, sports, radio control, education, parade and drill. We meet every Monday and Thursday 7pm - 9.30 pm at Cromer Squadron Hut, Cromer Academy, Norwich Road, Cromer, Tel 01263 515452 Royal Air Forces Association – Sheringham & District Branch for nearly 70 years, the RAFA Branch has provided comradeship and social activities for former members of the RAF, their families and supporters. Members meet on 3rd Tuesday of every month for coffee at St Andrews Hall Sheringham or at a Social Event. Details from Jack Broughton Chairman/Secretary 01263 479507 Sheringham Recycled Teenagers friendship group for active over 50s. Meets first Tues each month 7pm Morley Club for talks, quizzes and games nights. Programme of regular activities including walks, meals out, cinema and theatre trips, ten pin bowling, a craft group and book clubs and we organise trips out to events and places of interest in the broader local area. Anne 01263 826083 Janet 01263 822751 recycled teenagers or Royal British Legion meets 1st Wed of month (except August) at The Cottage, Louden Road Cromer 2pm. All ex- service and supporters welcome. John Needham 01263 510146 Rock the Lobster Open Mic usually every 1st and 3rd Thurs of the month at Sheringham Youth Hostel 8pm to 11pm limited 15 min slots available. All performing artists of all abilities and ages welcomed. Contact Malcolm on 01263 514883 or at Poppy Crafters meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month (except August) between 2pm and 4pm in Upper Sheringham Village Hall. Come and join us for all needlecrafts including patchwork/sewing/embroidery/knitting and crochet. All levels welcome. Contact Shirley 01263 823499 (evenings between 6pm

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and 8pm) or email 'Stitch Together' - Patchwork/Quilting Group meets on 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month10am to 4pm at New Community Centre, Sheringham. Tel Carole 01263 823766 or see website Lighthouse Community Church - Sun 10.15am friendly, informal service, refreshments, kids & youth activities, crèche. Mon 6pm-9pm Table tennis: all ages welcome. Tue 2.30pm-3.30pm Kaleidoscope social club: talks, outings, quizzes, refreshments. Wed 7.30pm-9pm Youth Life groups (1st & 3rd weeks). Thur 9.30am-11am Jigsaw - parents and toddlers group (term time), 12.15pm for 12.30pm Meet & Eat: Community meal 2 courses for £5, 6pm-9pm Youth football training at Sheringham Rec ground. U10, U12, U14, U16, adult. (term time), 7.30pm Art Club for all ages and abilities. Fri 3.30pm-4.45pm School’s Out club for primary ages (term time), 7.30pm-9pm Mix youth club (term time). Sat 6.30pm-8pm Lighthouse Juniors – activities for school years 3 to 6 monthly ‘Do Drop-in’ Café every Wednesday 11am coffee/tea 12noon1pm Jacket Potato lunch + dessert at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham. No charge. Donations accepted. Free wi-fi. All welcome. Coffee Morning every Friday 10.45am-11.30am at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham on 3rd Friday of month includes Fairtrade stall. Small charge for refreshments. Free wi-fi Café Church 3rd Sunday of month 4.30pm-6pm St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Cromer Rd, Sheringham. Informal worship café-style. Refreshments. No charge. Suitable for all ages Modern Sequence Dancing Mondays at East Runton Village Hall 7.30pm – 10pm. New dances taught. For further information please ring 01263 837152 North Norfolk Concert band meet every Monday at Gresham village hall at 7.30pm - a friendly community band and new players always welcome, especially tuba, double bass, bass guitar, any bass line instrument, and percussion. We play a variety of different genres from swing, modern to classical. Come along or Secretary Sheringham & Cromer Lions Club meet 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month at The Morley Club, Sheringham at 7pm. We are always looking for new members. For more info, or If you would be interested in coming along to a meeting to find out what we do, call Hazel on 01263 821276 or email North Norfolk Taekwondo Academy adults only classes, run by experienced black belt instructors from the Jidokwan tradition of Taekwondo offering students the opportunity to learn a wide range of techniques across a range of disciplines, from self-defence to traditional Palgue forms. As a not for profit organisation the Academy offers a two hour class for £4, with no monthly contract or sign up fee. Anyone who is over 18 and would like to come and experience a class is welcome to do so with a free taster lesson. Call 01263 711824 and speak to Michael or Samantha for more information Sing Your Heart Out (SYHO) workshops are open to anyone who loves to sing in good company. Professional voice coaches lead the sessions, with songs chosen for their feel good factor. It’s not a choir - you don’t need to have a good voice or read music. The sessions are drop-ins so there’s no pressure to attend regularly or to perform. The idea is simply to sing for wellbeing. We meet at the The Lighthouse, Sheringham most Mondays from 2pm - 3.30pm. There’s no need to book and no charge; it’s free to attend (donations always welcome!). More information and session dates can be found on the website Come along, have some fun! Norfolk Astrology Association meeting first Saturday of the month at 2pm in Foulsham. Come along and join this group of astrology lovers to discuss, learn and share knowledge. For more information Tel 07749 822495 Singing for Health, Sheringham Community Centre, every Friday 2.30pm - 4pm, £4 per person (voluntary donation including refreshments). Fun and informal, all ages and abilities welcome. Queries: / 07771 605188. Mid-Week Music at the Hub – FREE community singing and music-making workshops, Wednesdays, Sheringham Little Theatre. Refreshments and social time from 4pm, singing/musicmaking from 4:30-5:30pm. All welcome! Different themes each week. Pick up a leaflet from the box office or see to download a programme. Friendly and informal, suitable for all ages, levels and abilities. Contact / 07771 605188 Sheringham Lacemakers meet Mondays 1pm – 4 pm at St Andrew’s Church Hall, Sheringham NR26 8SA - new members and beginners welcome. Pauline Lewis 01263 821570 Would you like to sing with us? New members warmly welcomed, to sing a wide variety of light music. Rehearsals Monday 10am – 11.30am in St. Andrew’s Church Hall, Cromer Road, Sheringham. Lovely musical director, talented pianist and happy singers. Contact Jennifer 01263 821115 Sheringham ABC (After Breast Cancer) Group meets on the second Thursday of each month from 7 - 9 pm at St Joseph's Church Hall, Sheringham for exercise, relaxation, tea & chat. Open to anyone who has had breast cancer - Sheila McGinley 01263 820924 or for details Versus Arthritis - Sheringham Group meet at the Community Room, Anchor Close on the Cromer Road, Sheringham, NR26 8SB between 10am and 12 noon, one Monday a month - April 15th, May 13th, June 10th and July 8th. Please join us to share


your experiences and meet others affected by Arthritis over a coffee. For more info please contact Diana on 01263 513569 or Chris on 07834 4418472 Interested in astronomy? North Norfolk Astronomy Society will be hosting pop up outreach events at several locations in North Norfolk if the weather is clear. To get involved, go onto our website and sign up as an associate member (free) and we will notify you by email when an event is happening, usually 24hrs before. Good family fun and if you get the astronomy bug you could always join as a full member St. Andrew's Table Tennis Club Wednesdays 7pm - 9.30pm in large hall of St Andrew's Methodist Church. Friendly members, beginners to more experienced, playing for fun, not for competition. Refreshments and chat break. Bring own bat. Contact David Starling 01263 823475 St. Andrew's Badminton Club Thurs 7pm – 9pm in large hall of St Andrew's Methodist Church. Beginners to more experienced, playing for fun, not for competition. Informal, friendly atmosphere, refreshments available. Bring own racque Art at Upper Sheringham - weekly classes at the Village Hall Wednesdays & Thursdays 10am - 1pm all abilities welcomed. Tutor Bob Larking M.A PGCE. Please call Bob on 01362 668941 Age Concern North Norfolk Pop-In Group every Friday 10am till noon at The Cottage, 8 Louden Road, Cromer - social group, make new friends, activities. Special dementia-friendly event first Friday of the month with guest speakers. Only £1 includes tea & coffee.01263 821188 for further details Cromer Gospel Choir meets Tuesday's 7.15pm at St. Martins Church, Mill Road, Suffield Park. Traditional joyful singing - no faith needed - no experience required friendly group - all welcome! Beaver, Cub, Scout or Explorer Group - if you are interested in joining the local Beaver, Cub or Scout Group at 7a De Morley Garth, Sheringham email or 07468 565277 for details Come and play bowls at West Runton Bowls Club - we are a small friendly club in the heart of the village, open from mid April to mid Sept. Friendly roll ups every Mon/Wed and Sat at 1.45pm. We also play in afternoon and evening leagues, inter club friendlies, in house and fun competitions. Non members, new or experienced bowlers warmly welcomed. Come and enjoy fresh air, gentle exercise and sociable company. For more info contact Ray on 01263 511545 Sheringham Shannocks meet last Wednesday of every month in the Community room Huntley Crescent, Pine Grove, Sheringham at 2pm. Just come along and join us for a friendly informal mardle (chat) remembering events from early days or anything concerning Sheringham and surrounding area. All with a cup of tea, biscuits and sometimes pastries. No charge. Holt & District Dementia Support Poppy Café every Tuesday 10.30am – 12.30pm at the Meeting Room, St Andrews Church, Holt, Pat Chaplow for further details 01263 712330, Home Visiting Service Eleanor Sidgwick 01263 712330 for further details and Poppy Cinema Tel Jayne 01263 861700. Cameos meet 4th Thursday in every month at St Joseph’s Hall, Cremers Drift, Sheringham at 2.30pm for friendship and outings. All welcome. Tel 01263 821462 or 01263 821281 Sheringham Stroke Support Club meets fortnightly on a Wednesday afternoon at Anchor Close Sheringham 2pm for 2.15pm star until approximately 3.45pm.We each bring modest raffle prize & we all win a prize (no money involved). We run from March to June & then September to beginning of December. Stroke survivors & carers are welcome & currently come from Sheringham, Cromer, North Walsham Aylsham, Holt and Little Snoring. In addition we try to squeeze in a couple of summer tea parties at a hotel. We subsidise taxi fares up to 30 miles & carers do not pay a membership fee. The others pay £10 each term to cover hire of premises and refreshments plus speaker fees Art at Upper Sheringham -weekly adult classes at the Village Hall. Wednesday and Thursday 10am – 1pm, all abilities welcomed. Tutor Bob Larking M.A. PGCE. Please call Bob on 01362 668941 or email Mid-week Music at The Hub, Sheringham Little Theatre FREE, fun, community singing & music-making themed workshop organised by Playing for Cake every Wednesday up to 26 June (except 10 & 17 April) 4pm – 5,30pm – check the theme at Everyone welcome including carers and the cared-for. Enquiries to the Theatre Box Office on 01263 822347 or Singing for Health Fun, Community Singing & Music-making Workshop at Sheringham Community Centre every Friday 2.30pm – 4pm - enjoy singing with others while improving your general health. Everyone welcome! This group is affiliated to the British Lung Foundation’s singing for better lung-health programme and Sing to Beat Parkinson’s. £4 voluntary donation (including refreshments). No need to book. 605188 North Norfolk Railway is run mostly by volunteers, we always welcome new members. Wide range of volunteer roles available from general station maintenance, shop and refreshment room staff, gardening, platform staff, dining train attendants to locomotive crew and much more. Drop In Saturday from 10am – 1pm 1st Sat each month in Refreshment Room at Sheringham Station meet volunteers and talk about choices available, or register by emailing and we will arrange to meet you. Full training and support, no previous experience is required

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Itteringham Open Gardens and Shop

The small village of Itteringham near Aylsham has a hidden gem at the heart of the community.

The Village Shop has been in existence since 1637 providing the locals with goods and services. It was once owned by Lord Walpole’s estate and the freehold was sold off in 1996. At the time, a meeting was held in the village and the decision made to lease the business from private owners so that the shop could continue. This year is the 25th anniversary of the shop being opened as a community business.

Today it is run by a combination of paid members of staff, a part time postmistress, and lots of volunteers who freely give their time to ensure the shop continues to be a valuable resource for the village and surrounding area.

The Royal British Legion Halsey House 31 Norwich Road Cromer Norfolk NR27 0BA

The shop and cafe are supported by many loyal customers and is a favourite with cyclists and walkers. It has won awards including an East Anglia Countryside Alliance Award. The shop also supports 55 local producers and firms by selling their products.

Day Care Services at Halsey House. We provide Social Care Day Facilities for ex-service personnel & their dependants.

Having been threatened with closure, the 2017 Save Our Shop campaign concluded with NNDC stepping in to purchase the premises and secure the shop’s future.

If you are feeling lonely & would enjoy some company & social stimulation in a warm, frriendly environment, or need a break from caring for a loved one, then our team of frriendly staff are here for you.

The committee that run the shop have a variety of plans regarding how to take the shop forwards in the years to come. Inevitably fundraising is essential to make these plans reality.

Day Care runs Monday – Friday 9.30am – 3.00pmȋ–”ƒ•’‘”– provided within a 6 mile radius).

To that end, the Itteringham Open Gardens event is taking place on 2 June, from 11am – 5pm, entry to around 10 beautiful gardens is just £5, including a guide map which is available from the Village Hall.

Day Care for those living with dementia offers stimulation & company in a smaller & secure environment & runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30am – 3.00pm.

All proceeds from the day will go to keeping this little gem open for business!

For more information please call: Julie Fields, Head of ay Care, on 01263 517938

As well as viewing the gardens there will be a pop-up ice cream kiosk in the bus shelter, local produce and light refreshments to buy at the Village Hall and teas at the shop’s cafe.

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The Luard Trio on Saturday 25 May at Thursford St Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church NR21 0BN â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a wonderful evening of music from Barcarole to Boogie Woogie! Tickets ÂŁ10 on door to include drinks & canapĂŠs. In aid of St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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Bring and Buy on Bank Holiday Monday 27 May in Langham Churchyard 10am-12noon admission free. If the weather is inclement, we will be inside the church. There will be the usual coffee morning stalls and refreshments. If anyone would like to bake a cake or bring along books, gifts, bric-a-brac or a raffle prize, all will be gratefully received. Proceeds are for Langham Church General Fund. We look forward to seeing you. Roadside parking. Facilities available in the Village Hall

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

sales only please. Free admission and parking

rehearsals. Mondays 7pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9pm at St Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Methodist Church, Sheringham. 01263 711087 or

Open Studios at Thorpe Market Church Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June - open daily. weekdays 10am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5pm Sundays 11.30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6pm. EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists. They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church. They are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide Open Studios event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards. Car park, refreshments, level access.

Crafts and Creative Textile - a new and exciting venture will be held at St Nicholas Church Rooms, Blakeney by the Quay from 25 to 31 May from 10am-5pm. An opportunity to see a display of unique and specially created textile, felted and wood sculptures by local artists with demonstrations daily

Mid Week Music at the Hub, Sheringham Little Theatre 4pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5.30pm every Wednesday up to 26 June - free fun, community singing & music-making themed workshop organised by Playing for Cake Everyone welcome including carers and the cared-for. Enquiries to the Theatre Box Office on 01263 822347 or

Singers Alert â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sheringham & Cromer Choral Society rehearsals have only just started. If you would like to join us to sing Brahmsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; German Requiem (in German) with some Elgar, now would be a good time. No auditions, two free

Singing for Health - fun, community singing & music-making workshop at

Sheringham Community Centre every Friday 2.30pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4pm - enjoy singing with others while improving your general health. Everyone welcome! This group is affiliated to the British Lung Foundationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s singing for better lung-health programme and Sing to Beat Parkinsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. ÂŁ4 voluntary donation (including refreshments). No need to book. Enquiries 07771 605188

Spring Sale in Aid of North Walsham and District Branch of Cats Protection to be held on Saturday 11 May, in St Benets Hall, North Walsham, 9.30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm. We will be selling Cats Protection goods plus craft and new items. There will also be a cake stall, raffle, tombola, bric a brac, books and jigsaws. Light refreshments will also be available. Please come and support us.

Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy at Weybourne church on Saturday 1 June between 10.30am and 12noon. Proceeds to Weybourne Church. All very welcome

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War Memorial Garden

Cllr Withington, who has been working on this project as part of the Town Centre Greening project, together with Sheringham in Bloom, pointed out â&#x20AC;&#x153; this is very much a community space and therefore we would like to give the residents of the town , in particular those people and organisations with a strong connection to the War Memorial, the opportunity to come along and share in the initial design process and collection of ideas.â&#x20AC;?

As part of a project for the Greening of Sheringham and also to improve general maintenance of green areas the Town Council are working with North Norfolk District Council to revamp the War Memorial Community Garden.

This is a very open space, close to the seafront and therefore has difficult climatic conditions in which to survive. The aim therefore is to regenerate the garden with sustainable planting that can tolerate our changing climatic conditions.

A meeting will be held at the Sheringham Community Centre on 21 May from 2pm - 4pm as a workshop to gather ideas and share different views. The Community Centre is fully accessible and tea and coffee will be provided.

Cllr Ashcroft stated that â&#x20AC;&#x153;as our War Memorial Gardens it is important not only for it to be an attractive and relaxing place for locals and visitors to enjoy but importantly it must reflect the importance that the town places on honouring

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We look forward to seeing as many people as possible with an interest in this special spaceâ&#x20AC;? said Cllr Ashcroft.

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Model Railway Open Day

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

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

Stage Direct - Actors Wanted any enthusiastic people who would like to join our amateur dramatic group called stage Direct.

For helping back stage or to act. all abilities welcome. Contact nigel at

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

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

Full details of the layouts and the Club on our website:

Aylsham Singers’ Spring Concert

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

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

Later in the year, the Aylsham Singers will also be involved in recording a charity single to help raise further funds for ‘Shelter’.

The Aylsham Singers’ Spring Concert is being held at St Michael’s Church, Aylsham on Saturday 18 May from 7.30pm. Tickets (£8) will be available from JB Postle & Son Ltd, Market Place, Aylsham. Viv Cairns, Musical Director, rehearsing some of ‘The Aylsham Singers’ 01263 731170 to obtain further details. If any readers would be interested in joining the choir, they would be welcomed at one From September the choir will be rehearsing of the weekly rehearsals. These are held for their always popular Christmas concert. on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to This will be held on Saturday 30 November at 9.30pm at St John’s Catholic Church, White a changed venue - Aylsham Town Hall. The Hart Street, Aylsham. theme of this event will be ‘A Dickensian

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Sheringham Library News

I LOVE SHERINGHAM LIBRARY because … “there’s always lots going on ….”

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sheringham library Hours Library Available* Staffed Day 10am – 7pm Mon, Tue 8am – 7pm Wed, Fri 8am – 7pm 1pm – 7pm Thursday 8am – 7pm Unstaffed 8am – 4pm 11am – 4pm Saturday 10am – 4pm Unstaffed Sunday *The library is not open on Bank Holidays. During times when the library is available but not staffed, you can access the library using our Open Libraries system but your card must be activated. Please see a member of staff to register. You will need to show proof of a Norfolk address.

sheringham library nCC new road sheringham nr26 8eb 01263 822874 email:

You can now pay your outstanding library charges such as reservations and fines on-line To renew your library items please phone 0344 800 8020 during normal office hours or renew them via the library website, you will need you card and PIN number Free broaDbanD, wiFi & eMail FaCilities are aVailable If you are here on holiday, you can join the library as a visitor. Just bring in some proof of your home address Follow us on twitter: liKe us on FaCebooK: sheringham-library ARE YOU RESEARCHING FAMILY HISTORY? WE HAVE FREE ACCESS TO FINDMYPAST ON-LINE Come in and read the newspaper. we have the eDP, the times & the north norfolk news. we have a small selection of magazines to borrow and a large selection are available on-line. Fancy a cuppa? Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate with biscuits. Suggested donation £1.20 top title releases in May Holmes and Watson, The Favourite, Bumblebee, Welcome to Marwen, Colette

teMPtinG tuesDaYs: 3 DVDs for the price of 2 Top Titles are £2 for 2 nights. Other titles are £2 for 1 week. LOTS OF OTHER DVDs, MUSIC & GAMES are free to reserve. Just access the library catalogue on or ask a member of staff

norfolk reading Pathway Do you, or someone you know need help with reading? One to One support is free and available for you Pop into Sheringham Library or phone 01263 822874 for more information

Colour Me Calm Colouring is an easy way to calm the mind. Even if you’ve never tried it, come along to our colouring group for adults. Starting May 7th and then on the first Tuesday of the month 3.45-4.45pm at Sheringham Library. Just a Cuppa Join us every Wednesday between 3.30pm-4.15pm for free afternoon tea or coffee and biscuits. A chance for you to meet old friends and new. Its free, friendly and fun


share Your skills Come along and be creative, share your skills with others. Whether its colouring, knitting, painting, drawing or something else. On the first and third Monday of the month 2-3pm at Sheringham Library

Make a Difference Do you have an hour or so to spare a week? Sheringham Library are looking to recruit volunteers for a variety of interesting opportunities Please ask a member of staff for details or phone 01263 822874

Book a vvaluation aluation and open the new door tto oan ew possibility. po ssibility.

Children’s tea-time story-time Story-time 3.45pm - 4.15pm every Wednesday during term-time. Drop in to listen and share stories with Kate

bounce & rhyme time Bounce and Rhyme every Tuesday 10.15-10.45am in term-time. Suitable for under 5s. No need to book, just turn up! Come & have some fun with Jenny

seated exercise at sheringham library Weekly seated exercise class with Wyn Nurse your local Area Support Activator. Fridays 2-2.45pm at Sheringham Library. Only £2 per session Please Tel Wyn on 01263 825095 to check dates

elmer Day Celebrating 30 years of our favourite elephant with crafts and stories on Saturday 25 May 2pm - 3.30pm at Sheringham Library

enterprise in libraries Drop-in for an informal chat with Hethel Innovation about what it’s like to run your own business Wednesday 12 June 2pm - 6pm at Sheringham Library

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Fit together north norfolk Taking small steps together with free walks New Spring 2019 booklet available from Sheringham Library

new Youth Club for 11-18s Join us fortnightly at the Library Link. Starting Friday 10th May 3.30-5pm at Sheringham Library. Its free and if you’re between 11 and 18, come along and influence the programme’s future with your activity ideas! Tell your friends…



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Readers Write ...

Dear Margaret,

Sheringham in Bloom is now working toward the planting of the flower displays in all our planters around the town, and hope to have this completed by the end of May. We will also be putting 42 hanging baskets around the town. As well as that there are half a dozen beds and gardens that we look after, including the roundabout and Otterndorf Green which need to be looked after throughout the year. Some plants need replacing and the weeding needs attention every week. For anyone who is interested we will be meeting on the 20th May at 10.00am at the Station road car park to clear all the existing plants from the planters, and then again on the 23rd at the same place to plant up the new summer displays. Anyone who would like to help would be most welcome.

All letters must be supplied with name and full address (full address will not be published). Anonymous letters will not be published. Comments, views and opinions in readers letters are not necessarily shared by the editors or the publisher and we reserve the right to edit or not publish.

Dear Margaret,

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

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

As well as all that we are at the time of year when we approach all our sponsors who have been so very supportive of us in the past. Sponsorship money is used solely to provide a good display of flowers in our planters throughout the year and we hope this helps to make Sheringham a truly attractive town. If anyone is interested in sponsoring one of our displays they can start from a little as ÂŁ25.00, and if you would rather just make a small donation this would be most gratefully received.

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

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

Thank you to everyone who supports Sheringham in Bloom, and we hope the coming summer will be a colourful one.

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

Joan Thame

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

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

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

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

to build the new hospice.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Last year’s Sir John Hurt Art Prize once again attracted an extremely high L-R Anwen, Lady Hurt (judge and now standard of entries Holt Festival Artistic Director), James with the winner Glennie (Fine Art Director, Holt coming from Norfolk Festival), Robert Upstone (judge), artist Frances Blythe. Frances Blythe (winner), Eileen Cooper Her oil on canvas (judge) painting Sunset, was programme is announced.’ unanimously selected by the This year’s Art Prize judges are Art Curator & judges. Last year’s winner Frances Blythe with Writer Ian Collins, Professor Paul Greenhalgh, Fine Art Director at the Festival judge Eileen Cooper and the winning Director of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art James Glennie, of Arts and entry and Professor John Last, Vice Chancellor of Antiques Appraisals, has also Norwich University of the Arts. confirmed that after a successful inaugural year, Both prizes are open to artists everywhere and in previous years there have been entries from across the region and beyond. All types of visual art are welcome and the closing date for entries to both competitions is midnight Sunday 16 June. Full submission details at The winners will be announced at a private view on the evening of Sunday 21 July. All shortlisted works will be displayed in a free

Holt Festival Open Studios will return. Artists and craftsmen from around North Norfolk will be inviting the public into their studios. It will run from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 July, 11am to 5pm. Artists wishing to take part should also register at before midnight Sunday 16 June or email James Glennie commented ‘We are delighted

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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A public consultation on a new Local Plan (Part 1) for North Norfolk began on Tuesday 7 May and run until Wednesday 19 June, 5pm.

Residents, businesses and organisations are being invited to consider the content of the First Draft Local Plan (Part 1) and supporting documents and to let the Council know if changes are considered to be necessary.

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The purpose of the Local Plan is to provide clear detail on where new homes, jobs and infrastructure will be created in order to meet housing, employment and other needs of the area, while protecting and enhancing our unique natural and built environment. This includes addressing specific challenges such as accommodating a growing and aging population, providing affordable housing, and managing the potential impacts of climate change.

As part of the consultation, the Council will also publish details of the Alternative Options that have been considered and the Sustainability Appraisal, together with the supporting documents and evidence that has informed the preparation of the draft document.


The Council is also seeking to identify available sites in a number of village locations as part of a ‘Call for Sites’. Proposals for sites of up to 1 hectare are being invited in order to provide development opportunities in 22 specific village locations across the district which would benefit from small-scale housing growth.

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Row, Row, Row your Boat in December 2020 a trio of intrepid rowers will embark on the longest and toughest row of their lives (to date).

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

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

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

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

As you will appreciate, all coastal rowing is governed by the winds and the tides and timing is therefore of the essence. The team was seriously hampered at the outset by a 45 minute delay with the arrival into The Great

The crew were obviously very disappointed not to complete the journey but were very grateful for the input from the RNLI, especially Hunstanton RNLI and Skipper Sandra Squire said “Throughout the next three days, we

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If you are new to Fit Together, please arrive 20 mins early. For more information contact Melanie Brown on 0776 6259999. Monday 20 May – 10:30am - Kelling Heath Bodham Woods Walk - Grade 3 – Approx. 4 miles. A mainly flat walk with a mixture of heathland, field edges and woodland. Meet at Kelling Heath CP, Weybourne Rd, Kelling, Norfolk, NR25 7ER – OS Grid Ref: TG098416.


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

Wednesday 22 May – 11am - Weybourne Amble – Approx. 2 miles. A relaxed pace walk on a mixture of

continued to visit all of Norfolk’s lifeboat stations on schedule. We have spent a great deal of time talking to the crews, learning about their stations and the work they do and of course, delivering Easter Eggs to them!

What has come from this weekend, is a deeper understanding of the work each station undertakes, how invaluable it is and how much support it requires to keep those stations open. We are completely in awe of the fabulous lifeboat crews at all of the stations and are now working on plans to get them involved with some rows around the coast.”

We at Sheringham RNLI are very grateful for their best wishes and gifts and wish them well in their endeavours to row across the Atlantic Ocean in December next year. for members) 01603 867645

If you wish to bring your dog on any walk, please phone the walk leader beforehand to ensure that it is a suitable walk. concrete, dirt, gravel and grass with gentle gradients. Meet on the corner near Weybourne Village Hall CP, Beach Rd, Weybourne, NR25 7AH. Parking on streets or NNDC CP at the end of Beach Rd.

Wednesday 29 May – 10.30am – Sheringham Park Temple Walk – Grade 2 – 2.5 miles. A walk through the park with moderate gradients on dirt, gravel, grass and woodland paths. Meet at Dales Hotel CP Lodge Hill, Sheringham, NR26 8TJ

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