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Aerial view of Walsingham, Norfolk The Abbey Ruins at Walsingham Stone bridge over the River Stiffkey in the Abbey Grounds at Walsingham Snowdrops in the Abbey Grounds at Walsingham Wells & Walsingham Light Railway The Anglican Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk Calvary at the Anglican Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk The Roman Catholic Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk The Roman Catholic Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk The Roman Catholic Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk The Roman Catholic Shrine, Walsingham, Norfolk Friday Market, Walsingham, Norfolk Rolling fields near the Abbey grounds, Walsingham, Norfolk St Mary's and All Saints Church, Little Walsingham Walsingham Farm Shop

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Walsingham News

Walsingham Picture Palace December screening: The Lunchbox

On Tuesday 9th December at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm for refreshments)

Walsingham Picture Palace will celebrate Christmas with a heart-warming Indian treat THE LUNCHBOX, a touching tale of the repercussions caused by a mistaken delivery in Mumbai’s famously efficient lunchbox delivery system. A lonely Mumbai office worker receives the wrong packed lunch and is so impressed by its wonderful cuisine that he returns a note to its sender – a neglected young housewife trying to rouse her husband’s affections.

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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 »

Walsingham Christmas Lights & Carols

Xmas tree poster competition 2014Join us for a Walsingham family celebration.

Carol singing, Christmas lights, mulled wine and mince pies at the Pump in Common Place at 5pm on

Saturday 29 November 2014

Hello kids, you can print out and colour in the poster to win a special Christmas present! Write your name and contact details on the back, and bring it to the event. We will draw a winner at the end of the evening (under 11s only).

Walsingham History Society talk: The Cold War

The next Walsingham and District History Society talk will be on Thursday 4th December at 7.30pm, at The Village Hall, Wells Road, Little Walsingham.

Thursday 4th December: The Cold War, with Dr Richard Maguire, UEA

History Society talks are open to all.  Non-members are welcome to attend.

Membership of the Walsingham and District History Society is open to anyone, for £5 a year, with a meeting attendance fee of £1 for members. Non-members are welcome at meetings for £3.

The 2014/2015 programme of interesting speakers will continue with meetings in March and April 2015

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Walsingham Picture Palace October screening: Sunshine on Leith

Walsingham Picture Palace presentation on Tuesday 28th October at 7.30pm SUNSHINE ON LEITH PG

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Road Closure Warning

Please note that Guild Street (from the junction with Knight Street) will be closed for 50m in a westerly direction between 6 and 10 October 2014 in order to remove a dis-used electrical service to the old road signs. Diversions will be in place.


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