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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

“From its wide skies to vast, sandy, windswept beaches, Norfolk bequeaths you that most valuable and elusive thing in our crushed, hectic modern lives: a sense of space.”

Patrick Barkham, The Guardian.

Walsingham News

Snowdrops at Walsingham Abbey

Walsingham Abbey and the Shirehall Museum will be open for snowdrop walks from Saturday 28th January 2017.

Open daily 28th January – Sunday 5th March, 10am – 4pm.

Entrance at the Shirehall Museum. Entrance also at the High Street Gate at weekends and Monday-Friday during half term week, 13th-17th February.

Our Charity Day is on Saturday 18th February in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Admission Adult £5, child 6-16 £2.50.

Dogs on leads welcome.

www.walsinghamabbey.com

First Aid and Defibrillator Training

First Aid and Defibrillator Training on Friday 17 February at 5.30 pm in Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road.

To book your place contact the Parish Clerk on 01328 822366 or email Walsinghampc@googlemail.com.

Places are limited so please register your interest in advance.

Walsingham Picture Palace Winter/Spring programme continues

Tuesday February 21st

THE FINAL REEL PG

Narrated by John Hurt, this feature length documentary tells the fascinating story of how cinemas and cinema-going have developed and flourished over the years – even in some of the most rural parts of England. Meet some colourful characters that are a key part of this narrative and hear the tales of how they kept the audiences coming back.  The film features a mix of actuality, interviews and archive material, and offers an entertaining overview of the history of cinema-going in Norfolk, and a snapshot of cinema-going in England today.

Director: Jonathan Blagrove. 90 minutes

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Join us for our Walsingham Picture Palace screening on Tuesday 17th January: RACE

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St Seraphim’s newsletter now available

Please follow the link to view St Seraphim’s News Autumn 2016

Lights, Carols, Stalls in the Common Place 26 November 2016

 

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