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Police Surgeries in the Village Hall August 2017

police surgery August 2017

Police surgery August 2017

Walsingham, August 2017

As in previous years, the police will be providing dedicated crews for Walsingham from 10th August to 2nd September 2017. PC Jason Pegden (our local police officer) and PC Ashley Grant (Traveller Liaison Officer) will also be around the area on most days to see the public and deal with any issues.

Police Surgery

10am-10.30am on alternate days 12 August-1 September 2017
At Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road

12th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 24th, 26th, 28th, 30th August, 1st September

A police representative will be at Walsingham Village Hall​ on alternate days, 10am-10.30am to talk to members of the public who have concerns about any issues that they have experienced over the previous 48 hours and to provide updates on policing in Walsingham.

Contact telephone numbers for the police:
Police non-urgent 101
Urgent/emergency 999

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Walsingham Open Gardens, a great success!

Thank you to all the organisers, and to all those who kindly and generously opened their gardens for Walsingham Open Gardens held over the two days of the first weekend of July.

If you took pictures and would be happy to share them, email to info@walsinghamvillage.org

You can share photos, or anything else, news or events you would like to publicise, to the Walsingham village Facebook page: www.facebook.com/walsinghamvillage

Walsingham Open Gardens raised funds for Walsingham Development Group

See a few pictures from the weekend below.

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Advance notice of road closures in Walsingham August to October 2017

8 August 2017 between from 21: 00 to 06:00 hrs: ORDER prohibiting the use by vehicles of the U11474 Bridewell Street, from its junction with C586 Guild Street heading South for 30m for access to underground structure.

10 September 2017  between 15:00 to 17:00 hrs: a Traffic Order, the effect of which will
be to temporarily restrict vehicular traffic on the C325 Barsham Road to C586
Fakenham Road and then from C586 Fakenham Road, along C586 High
Street, ending at Abbey Gateway in Walsingham to facilitate the Dowry of Mary Pilgrimage.

7 October 2017 between 14:15 hrs – 17:45 hrs: a Traffic Order, the effect of which will be to temporarily restrict vehicular traffic on the C325 Barsham Road to C586
Fakenham Road and then from C586 Fakenham Road, along C586 High
Street, ending on Friday Market Place in Walsingham to facilitate the Westminster Pilgrimage.

For more information about road closures please visit https://roadworks.org/

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New Jazzercise Class in Walsingham Village Hall

New exercise / dance class starting in Walsingham Village Hall on Monday 10 July 2017.

Jazzercise Classes starting on Monday Evenings

Jazzercise Classes starting on Monday Evenings

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Walsingham Open Gardens Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July 2017

Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd July 2017

11 am – 5 pm

25 Gardens Open in Walsingham

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Friends of Walsingham Primary School Summer Fete Sunday 2nd July 2017

The Friends of Walsingham C E Primary School are holding their Fete on Sunday 2nd July, at the Recreation Ground (Village Hall if wet).

On the second day of the Walsingham Open Gardens weekend, the fete will be a great place to stop off to browse the stalls, enjoy the activities and sample the refreshments while raising money for our lovely little school.

Time to start buying raffle tickets, there are two great prize draws, the Grand Prize Draw tickets 50p, £5 book of 10, and the special Sports Prize Raffle for signed shirts! £1 per ticket.

Raffle tickets available from many different outlets, including Walsingham Village Stores, Great Walsingham Gallery and at the school.

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