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Posted under Community News, Events, Walsingham Development Group, Walsingham Parish Council, April 22nd, 2016
There was quite a gathering in the Common Place on Thursday evening to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday. The Chairman of the Parish Council lit the Beacon and Monsigneur John led the singing of the National Anthem.
Posted under Community News, Events, Walsingham Development Group, Walsingham Parish Council, April 19th, 2016
Come and celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday when the Beacon in the Common Place will be lit by the Chairman of the Parish Council on Thursday 21st April 2016 at 8.30 pm.
Organised by Walsingham Parish Council
For further information email email@example.com
or telephone the Parish Clerk on 01328 822366
Posted under Community News, Events, Road closures, Walsingham churches, April 8th, 2016
Fakenham Road (between the junctions with Barsham Road and High Street) will be closed to vehicular traffic between 15.30 and 16.30 on 14 May 2016 for the Birmingham Archdiocesan Pilgrimage. Please follow the link to see a map showing the diversion route Walsingham – Diversion Route 14 May 2016 . Read full post »
Posted under Community News, Events, Road closures, Tourism, Walsingham churches, April 6th, 2016
On 30th May 2016 the High Street (from its jct with Common Place to its jct with Church Street) will be temporarily closed except for emergency vehicles and pedestrian access between 9 am and 6 pm.
Alternative route will be via: C597 Holt Road, C317 Snoring Road, C317 Walsingham Road, C478 Barsham Road, U14014 Snoring Road, C586 Fakenham Road. Please follow this link to view a map of the diversion route Walsingham National Pilgrimage diversion map May 2016. Read full post »
Posted under Community News, Events, Walsingham Development Group, Walsingham Parish Council, March 22nd, 2016
On a lovely sunny spring afternoon there were worse things to be doing than spend an hour or two gathering litter for Walsingham’s Clean for the Queen. Provided with special purple litter sacks, grabbers and gloves, the small band of pickers set off from the Mill Car Park each taking a different route out of the village.
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