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Walsingham News

Walsingham Abbey Snowdrops open from 31st January

IMG_3180Come and enjoy the first signs of spring as the earliest of our snowdrops start to come up.

There are just two weeks to go until full snowdrop opening. (Walsingham Abbey Grounds are currently open on weekdays only until 31 January when full opening begins. )

Opening hours 19th-30th January are Monday-Friday 11-1 and 2-4, with entry at Walsingham Estate Office, 10 Common Place Walsingham NR22 6BP. Dogs on leads are welcome.

Snowdrop Walks opening for 2015 & Charity Day 14th February 

Snowdrops walks at Walsingham Abbey will be open daily, seven days a week, from Saturday 31 January – Sunday 8th March 10am-4pm. Our charity day this year is on 14th February and is in aid of St John Ambulance.

Admission £4.00. Children 6-16 £2.50

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Walsingham Picture Palace January film: The 100 Year Old Man who….

Our 2015 Winter/Spring Film Season begins!

Tuesday 20th January at 7.30pm.  Doors open 7pm for refreshments. Membership sales/renewal from 7pm.

Tickets £4.00 (£3.50 members) on the door
Walsingham Parish Hall, Odd Fellows Hall, 14 High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA
Contact: walsinghampp@gmail.com

THE 100 YEAR OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT OF THE WINDOW AND DISAPPEARED  (15) 2014 114 mins

Swedish adventure comedy based on Jonas Jonasson’s bestselling novel. Despite having reached his 100th birthday, Allan Karlsson (Robert Gustafsson) still has a sharp mind. Keen to avoid the party that his retirement home have organised for him, Allan climbs out of his bedroom window and begins an escapade featuring criminals and a stash of drug money. Allan, however, is not new to adventure – during his lifetime he was involved with many significant events which changed the course of history and became associated with world leaders and other notable figures along the way.

During this escapade, we discover Allan’s remarkable life story in flashback. It turns out this shambling old Swede was a psychiatric inmate, mine demolition expert, Spanish Civil War hero, rocket scientist and spy. At one point or another, he was a saviour to Franco, Truman and Stalin. Adapted from the highly successful novel the film is a mix of high comedy and serious themes.

This is a tale of someone refusing to be pigeon-holed. ‘If you want to kill me, you better hurry, because I’m 100 years old’.

Save the dates:

Tuesday 17th February THE SOUND OF MUSIC – we hope to be able to get the SINGALONG EDITION! for our half term show

Tuesday 17th March MR TURNER

Tuesday 14th April THE IMITATION GAME

Tickets £4.00 (£3.50 members) on the door
Walsingham Parish Hall, Odd Fellows Hall, 14 High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA
Contact: walsinghampp@gmail.com

St Seraphim’s Newsletter Autumn 2014

The Autumn newsletter from St Seraphim’s is now available. Please click on the link St Seraphim’s News Autumn 2014

Walsingham Lights and Carols

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Walsingham Picture Palace December screening: The Lunchbox

On Tuesday 9th December at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm for refreshments) Read full post »

Walsingham Picture Palace Remembrance screening: Oh! What a Lovely War

On Tuesday 11th November we will be marking the centenary of the start of World War I with a rare showing of 1969 classic OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR, also showing as a tribute to the late Richard Attenborough who made his directorial debut with this film. Read full post »

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