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Wymondham Through WYM OND HA M THR O U G H T H E A G E S A historic town ymondham‌ Just another Norfolk town, I think not. Wymondham is one of the largest parishes in Norfolk with an interesting historic relevance as the town has evolved over time. Transformed by both the good and bad, this wonderful town stands strong with its beautiful architecture and thriving street growing ever stronger. Wymondham was very influential in the medieval era as it was boosted by the success of wool trading. The merchants behind the trade then went on to use their wealth for grand and spectacular houses as well as structure such like the Market Cross building and the Wymondham Abbey Church giving Wymondham its rustic setting from the 17th Century. 04 | Wymondham & Dereham

Market Cross The market cross found in the market place of Wymondham has an long history despite its age. The current building houses the Tourist Information Centre, however, this building

was built in the early seventeenth century after the original building was destroyed. The original Market Cross was built sometime in the Middle Ages but was burnt down alongside many other buildings in the Great Fire of Wymondham that occurred in 1615.

the Ages The Abbey One of Wymondham’s famous landmarks, the abbey, has been around since the early 1100s, Built by the townsfolk and the Benedictine Monks this architectural masterpiece had the purpose of serving both parties, however, this dual purpose has caused many arguments over the years between the two groups. This was later settled when the church gained independence and therefore becoming an Abbey. The Abbey has now been partly demolished by Henry VIII when he dissolve the abbey. This has left the domestic buildings and eastern end of the church in ruins while the remaining church still serves the purpose of a place of worship for the town.

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Industry In the past, Wymondham has been a notable part of the Woodturning trade which later transformed into brush making up until the late 1900s. From weaving for Norwich, to the now nearby Lotus Cars at Hethel, this thriving market town has also been heavily involved with other local hubs to improve industrial progress over the years. However, the industrial side of this Norfolk Jewel has never died, merely change, now housing multiple separate businesses in its buzzing business park.

which has over time been called by many different names such as the “White Swan” and “St George and the Dragon” Kett’s Rebellion Kett’s Rebellion was a movement that started in Wymondham on 8th July 1549 with a group of rebels destroying fences that had been placed by local well-off landowners on common land. One of the revolts targets was the farmer Robert Kett who, instead of resisting, agreed with their cause and offered to lead them. Kett and his growing forces, joined by recruits from

Norwich and the surrounding are reaching numbers of around 16,000 strong. On July 12th they set up camp on Mousehold Heath to the northeast of Norwich. The rioters later stormed Norwich on July 29th and took the city. However, the rebellion ended on 27th August as the rebels were defeated by an army under the leadership of the Earl of Warwick at the Battle of Dussindale. Kett was then captured and held in the Tower of London before being tried for treason, and hanged from the walls of Norwich Castle on 7 December 1549.

The Lost Pubs In the mid-eighteenth century Wymondham had a recorded 39 alehouses to help entertain the residents of the town. In the 19th and 20th centuries pubs were of great importance as they often doubled as post offices and place to hosting a variety of entertainment functions. The most popular functions include sports matches and meetings, musicals, auctions and many other social events. However, over the years this number has declined to 6 remaining public houses such as the Green Dragon. This Late Middle Ages inn is the oldest in the town 06 | Wymondham & Dereham

WYMONDHAM S U MM ER ’S HER E ! And so are the country’s agricultural shows. Norfolk boy, Tony Cooper, takes a look at the Royal Norfolk - one of the finest! eld over 28th-29th June, the Royal Norfolk Show is the UK’s largest two-day county show. Established for over 150 years it regularly attracts crowds of 80,000 visitors. The show - a great celebration of Food, Farming and the Countryside - attracts some of the largest showings of livestock in the country and is a highly-regarded opportunity to qualify for a number of Horse of the Year Show classes. In addition, it is a platform for everything that is great about Norfolk. Routinely, the show includes well-established sectors covering local food and drink produce, education, innovation, horticulture, agricultural machinery, art, Norfolk landscape, crafts, health and well-being, cookery and the Armed Forces. Over 700 businesses regularly trade at the show and for 2017 the top-level themes are:

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• Food, Farming and the Countryside • Innovation and Enterprise • Celebrating the Arts Today the Royal Norfolk Show has become the county’s major social event of the year, with families and friends gathering together to celebrate food, farming and the countryside. And incorporating all the traditional aspects of the show is the Food, Farming and Countryside Area. This is where showgoers can enjoy the equine and livestock championship classes as well as the much-loved Adnams Food and Drink Experience plus the rolling programme of events presented on the ‘Grow it, Cook it, Eat it’ stage - a new attraction last year which proved immensely popular. This year the stage will host Jimmy Doherty of Jimmy’s Farm in addition to many of Norfolk’s top chefs.

But new this year is the Forestry and Wood Village which will showcase a variety of skills and trades associated with the industry. And after its introduction last year The Broads Village is back and here visitors can discover all those organisations and people promoting and working in the Broads National Park. Showcasing the exciting and dynamic research and development underway in Norfolk is the Innovation Hub which gathers in one place the latest advances in agricultural science, technology and engineering emerging in the East of England. The presence of over 700 retailers and businesses promises to be a great demonstration of enterprise in the county. Another headline attraction is the ‘Choir of a Thousand’ featuring singers recruited from all parts of Norfolk performing a specially-commissioned

work under the baton of Mark De-Lisser of The Voice (BBC1). The words will have strong connections to Norfolk and its rural landscape while the work has been composed by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, a British composer who graduated from Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, with a triple first in 2001. She began composing at the age of eight while studying cello and piano at the Yehudi Menuhin School. Since then she has won a host of prizes including the Purcell Composition Prize, the Bach Choir Carol Competition, the BBC Young Composers’ Workshop 1996, the Cambridge Composers’ Competition and the Birmingham Conservatoire Composition Competition. A new performance space within the newly-created Royal Square will widen the musical offering of the show and the new bandstand located within the Retail Area, accommodating performing groups of up to four people, will be widely used. Visual art is well represented, too, as the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts will have a presence at the show while the Show Art Gallery will offer a spectacle of colour and artistic talent. And in a ‘first’ for the show, the Paint Out movement will be seen in full action painting a variety of scenes. This year’s Retail Experience (a popular aspect of the show) sees over 700 businesses trading at Norfolk’s largest outdoor experience and showgoers will be able to browse and buy from an eclectic range of shops trading in everything from luxury goods and clothing to banking and cars. There’ll also be a range of agricultural suppliers on site many showing the latest state-of-the-art farming and agricultural equipment. Mark Nicholas, show director, says: ‘This year’s show will support food, farming and the countryside in Norfolk. Additionally, it will bring together people from across the county showing Norfolk at its best.’ He also added: ‘There’s so much on offer from exciting new foods to try, new Grand Ring attractions, a bigger and better music and arts experience and plenty of entertainment throughout the entire two days ranging from livestock and showjumping displays to cooking and fashion shows.

‘I’m pleased to say that this year will see the introduction of a new partnership between the Royal Norfolk Show and Archant. The official show guide, for example, will be distributed in advance with the Eastern Daily Press keeping visitors updated on all things to do at the show while free copies will also be available at the event.’ And one of this year’s Grand Ring attractions is none other than the appearance of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery celebrating the 70th anniversary year of their founding by King George VI. In a jaw-dropping display, showgoers will be able to witness the power and skill of over one hundred horses and soldiers perform one of the most famous equine displays one will probably ever see as they drive a team of six horses pulling six First World War ‘thirteen pounder’ state saluting guns. Stationed at Woolwich, The Troop is an integral part of the Household Troops Division and their duties include the firing of royal salutes in Hyde Park and Green Park on royal anniversaries and state occasions, providing a gun carriage and team of black horses for state and military funerals and performing the world-famous musical drive around the country and farther afield. The Troop also performs the duties of the Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards for one month each year and the men and women of The Troop are trained as fighting soldiers and, recently, served in Afghanistan while augmenting other units deployed overseas. ‘We’re absolutely thrilled to have The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery at this year’s show,’ exclaimed show director, Mark Nicholas. ‘This is an extremely proud moment for the county as it is their only appearance in the UK outside of London in their 70th anniversary year. Their unique display - which will be seen in the Grand Ring on both days of the show - offers a big treat for showgoers who will, I’m sure, not have seen anything like this before.’ Over the years, though, the Grand Ring has seen a host of top attractions which help to make (and keep) the Royal Norfolk Show one of the county’s major

social events of the year where families and friends gather together to celebrate the best of Norfolk from food to farming not forgetting, of course, the countryside. Without doubt, the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association does a grand job while enjoying an illustrious history. It was in 1908 when it was granted the ‘royal’ prefix by King Edward VII. And in 1952, following over 70 years of holding the show at a range of locations throughout the county, the Association purchased land at Costessey to create a permanent showground. The Royal Norfolk, by the way, is one of only six royal shows held in the UK today and, indeed, one of the country’s largest agricultural shows. A great deal of investment has been devoted to enhancing and improving the Costessey site over the past few years. The latest development, for instance, is the completion of a £1.4 million investment in the Norfolk Showground Arena, making it one of the largest and most sophisticated event spaces in the region. And through the funds it generates, the RNAA annually supports its charitable aims through an extensive educational outreach programme and by making grants and donations to agricultural projects and related organisations around Norfolk. All of this investment, activity and thoughtfulness by the RNAA, under the direction of its chief executive, Greg Smith, helps to keep Norfolk and the Royal Norfolk Show moving in the right direction. Long may it continue! Online tickets for this year’s show are on sale now and advance tickets can only be bought from the Royal Norfolk Show website This year sees the introduction of a new two-day ticket for £30 (only available online), a saving of £20 if you were to buy two single adult tickets for each day. Advance purchase adult tickets cost £20, children (aged 5-16) £7 (under 5’s are free) and family (2 adults and 3 children aged 5-16) £45. A range of concessions are also available. Advance car parking costs £6 per vehicle. For information on the Royal Norfolk Show please visit For information about the RNAA please visit Wymondham & Dereham | 09

WYMONDHAM SO UND S LEEP How do you know if you need to replace your bed? or most of us a third of our life is spent asleep, meaning the wear on our mattress over time is considerable, yet a staggering 25% of people wouldn’t consider changing their mattress – even after more than 10 years. It is hardly surprising then that 58% of the population complain of waking feeling stiff and achy. How do you know if you need to replace your bed? • Is your bed more than 7 years old? • Is it uncomfortable? Or when you sleep in someone else’s bed, does that feel better than your own? • Do you wake in the morning with a painful back or stiff limbs? • Can you feel the springs beneath the surface of the mattress? • Do you and your partner roll together? • Is your mattress just generally warn and discoloured? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then it could be time to invest in a new bed! The key with mattress buying is to try out as wide a variety of options as possible to find the most suitable mattress for you (and your partner). Given the amount of time you spend in bed, it is important to spend a reasonable amount of time in store trying out new ones, especially if you have been experiencing pains that could come from your existing mattress. It this instance, it may be worth having a chat with your chiropractor for some advice on what they advise is suitable for your back. At Sound Sleep, we stock a variety of brands and different types of mattresses, for example pocket sprung, memory foam, latex and so on. Each manufacturer has different mattresses that offer different levels of support and comfort. When mattress shopping, it is essential to ask for help. We are highly trained 10 | Wymondham & Dereham

mattress specialists and are on hand to advise you, not to high pressure you in to buying something that may not be suitable. How do I know which one is right for me? A mattress that is supportive and comfortable is important, but remember, your requirement for support will differ depending on your weight and build. The best bed for your back is not always a firm one. You need a bed that will provide the right support and comfort for you. When laying on your side, ideally your spine should be parallel to the mattress and your spine should not sag down or bow up. Trying them out Give your self plenty of time and wear loose clothing, this helps you turn and get in and out of beds in store. Our Mattress Specialists will point you in the right direction. Try the advised mattresses for as long as possible to get a good ‘feel’ for them. Remember comfort is very subjective. Some people like the sensation of being cocooned in a bed; others prefer to lie on top of them. Back sleepers may like a firmer feel than those that like to sleep on their sides. There are lots of ‘feels’ in store, we are here to help you find what works best for you. If you sleep together, shop together Always shop with your partner, the bed must be suitable for both of you. As it is inevitable one of you may have to compromise! Size matters It is scientifically proven that couples sleep better in a bigger bed. The more space you have the freer you can move without disturbing your partner. This is also a good idea if one or both of you get hot in bed. You should be able to lie side by side, with your arms behind your head and your elbows out, without touching each other. Did you know that two people sharing a standard sized double bed only have as

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E AST ANGLI A’S C HI LD RE N S H OSPI C E EACH nook appeal passes £5 million n November 2014, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) launched the nook appeal to raise £10 million to transform children’s palliative care in Norfolk. The charity are pleased to report that the appeal currently stands at £5.3 million thanks to the support of many companies, individuals, charitable trusts and the local community. There is a way to go until enough money is raised to start building a purpose-built hospice on the five-acre site at Framingham Earl, but there are lots of ways to get involved and help provide this vital facility for local families. For more information about the nook appeal visit NEW Ride for Life event EACH has revamped its popular Ride for Life event to offer a bigger challenge 12 | Wymondham & Dereham

for cyclists across the region. The most adventurous participants will cycle 200 miles over three days and across three counties, taking in EACH’s hospices at

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Quidenham in Norfolk, The Treehouse in Ipswich and Milton in Cambridgeshire. The event starts on Friday, 29th September and finishes on Sunday, 1st October at the home of the headline sponsor, Johnston Logistics UK, in Snetterton, Norfolk. Cyclists can choose to enter for one day, riding around 65

miles or alternatively, those feeling up to the challenge can enter for the full three days, cycling over 200 miles, with dinner, bed and breakfast included in the registration fee. . The route has been designed to weave through scenic countryside, visiting some of the region’s lovely villages and towns for refreshment breaks. Cyclists will be asked to gain sponsorship for the charity and they will be spurred on by a cheering squad at each of the charity’s three hospices. To book your place in this exciting new event, visit or contact the Fundraising Team on 01953 666767. New EACH shop coming to Fakenham! East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is excited to announce a new addition

to its retail portfolio in Norfolk. Joining shops in the county located in Swaffham, Wymondham, Downham Market, Long Stratton, Diss, Norwich and Holt is a new premises at 35 Upper Market in Fakenham, to be unveiled on Thursday, 22 June. It will offer the same range of high-quality goods customers of current EACH shops are used to, helping to fund the care and support of children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families. Sarah Throssell, EACH Retail Area Manager, said: “We’re delighted that plans are now well under way to extend our retail offering to Fakenham. The signs are up on the new premises and as ever when we open new shops, we’re on the look out for good-quality donations and volunteers to help us become

successful. All donations make a difference, for example a top, skirt or pair of trousers worth £5 could pay for art supplies for a session of art therapy.” Anyone who is interested in volunteering can drop into the shop to find out more at the open days on Monday, 12th or Tuesday, 13th June.

If you would be interested in more information on volunteering at the new shop please email or call 01223 205183.

EACH is after donations of the following clean and good-quality goods to sell: clothing, bric-a-brac, modern paperbacks, toys, jewellery, DVDs/CDs, household linens, retro and vintage clothes and small electrical items. These can be dropped off at the new shop from Monday, 5th June. In the past financial year EACH shops generated an impressive profit of more than £700,000, which all goes towards helping local families make the most of their precious time together. Wymondham & Dereham | 13

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So… how soon can you spare 10 minutes so I can answer all the questions I know you’ll have, and explain how you can get started immediately? Remember this: “If you think it’s too good to be true, I still get paid. If you take a look and join me, we BOTH get paid. If you don’t join me, well I still get paid!” Take a look at our website and get instant access to find out more about this great opportunity.

Wymondham & Dereham - June 2017  

The Wymondham and Dereham edition of Dispatch Magazine for June 2017

Wymondham & Dereham - June 2017  

The Wymondham and Dereham edition of Dispatch Magazine for June 2017