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Walsingham News

Walsingham Picture Palace: WOMAN IN GOLD on Tuesday 24th November

Our next presentation: on Tuesday 24th November

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‘Woman in Gold’ is the story of one woman’s struggle to recover the great Klimt masterpiece portrait which had belonged to her family, from the Austrian museum authorities.
The painting had been confiscated during the Nazi pillage of the wealthy Viennese Jewish community following the Anschluss.
Doors open for ticket sales, drinks and chats from 7pm.

At Walsingham Parish Hall 14 High Street Walsingham NR22 6AA

Tickets £4.00 Members £3.50

Contact walsinghampp@gmail.com

Next: Tuesday 15th December MR HOLMES with Ian McKellen as the great detective

Walsingham Christmas Crib, Lights and Carols

Join us for a Walsingham family celebration! We will be unveiling a magnificent new Christmas Crib at the historic Pump in the centre of Little Walsingham.

With community carol singing, lights, mulled wine, juice and mince pies at the Pump in Common Place at 5 pm on Saturday 28 November 2015.
Lights and Carols 28 Nov 2015

Children’s colouring competition for under 11s

Click to download and print the Xmas poster competition 2015. Colour and decorate the poster, put your name and a contact on the back and bring it to the Walsingham Lights and Carols event on 28 November.

We will draw a winner for a special Christmas present from the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway.

For more information contact the Clerk Joanna Otte at info@walsinghamvillage.org

Notice of Temporary Road Closure Cokers Hill

Cokers Hill from its junction with Egmere Road for 100m in a southerly direction will be closed (except for access) from 16 to 23 November 2015 for work to clear blockages onto Telecom ducts.

Alternative route is via: U14093 Cokers Hill, U14091 Station Road/Friday Market
Place, C586 High Street, C597 Common Place/Knight Street, C586 Guild Street, C336 Egmere Road.

Notice of Road Closure B1105 Wells Rd

Road closure at B1105 Wells Road, Walsingham for resurfacing

Work will begin on Monday 2 November to carry out kerbing and drainage works ahead of major carriageway resurfacing works which will commence on Monday 9 November at B1105 Wells Road, Walsingham. The site will extend from a point approx. 500 metres south of Edgar Road to a point approx. 100 m north of Edgar Road. The works will take two weeks to complete.

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Walsingham Picture Palace in October: A Royal Night Out

On Tuesday 20 October we presented A ROYAL NIGHT OUT (12A) 97mins Read full post »

History Society Talk on the Walsingham Bible

On Thursday 5 November at 7.30 pm Tim McDonald will be speaking about the Walsingham Bible, which is a little known document from the 12th Century, one of only four known to have come from the Priory. Read full post »


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