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Walsingham News

Mobile Post Office on Tuesdays

From 11 October 2016 the Mobile Post Office Service will be coming to Walsingham on Tuesday mornings.

The Mobile Post Office Van will be parked opposite the Chocolate Deli, on Guild Street, Little Walsingham, NR22 6BU

Opening Times


10.00 am to 11.30 am


A wide range of services are available. Customers can still collect benefits in cash using our everyday banking services or Post Office card account

Access and facilities

There is a step into the Mobile vehicle, but an electronic tailgate is available to facilitate easy access for wheelchair users and those with disabilities.


Parking available close to Mobile Van

Walsingham Picture Palace: FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS screens on Tuesday 25th October

florence-foster-jenkins-poster-meryl-streepJoin us on Tuesday 25th October when we screen FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS (PG) at our Village Screen, Walsingham Picture Palace.

With: additional archive short film, ‘A Farmer’s Life’ narrated by Bernard Hill.

A significant patron of the arts in New York during the Second World War, Florence Foster Jenkins provided musical instruments for underprivileged children and set up The Verdi Club where she produced, directed and starred in shows for select members of high society. But she always wanted to sing opera, despite her tone-deafness and distinct lack of talent.


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Songs for Syria

Saturday October 22nd: from 7.45 pm

Rock / Blues / Originals

in Walsingham Village Hall,  Wells Road, Walsingham, NR22 6DJ

All proceeds to the
Red Cross / Red Crescent Appeal for Syrian Refugees

Great music for a great cause!
Bar and raffle
Entrance £10 / £5 – or a donation


Sports Clubs and Hubs

North Norfolk District Council’s Sports Clubs and Hubs project will be coming to Walsingham in January 2017.

We will be holding a public meeting on Friday 14 October 2016 at 10-30 am in the Village Hall, Wells Road. Tea and coffee will be served free.

Please come along as we would like to hear what sort of activities you would like to see happening in your village.

If you have any questions before the meeting please contact Wyn 01263 516305/07795265671 or email wyn.nurse@north-norfolk.gov.uk  (Senior Sports Activator, North Norfolk District Council).

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Cancelled: Walsingham Picture Palace screening of RACE on 20th September



Very sadly, our Walsingham Picture Palace screening of Race was CANCELLED

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Road Closures in August 2016

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