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Walsingham News

Age Concern Fakenham Area Minibus


Over 55?

   Need help getting to the shops,

        appointments or banks?

We provide a number of regular door to door services within Fakenham and to the surrounding villages for people over 55.  These routes are flexible and can divert to take in visits to health centres, dentists, banks and other vital destinations.  We charge £3 for journeys within Fakenham and £4 for collection from villages into Fakenham.

Wheelchairs and walking frames can be taken on board and a lift is available if you need help entering the bus.  Other trips can be arranged by prior agreement.

Our drivers and helpers will look after you and your shopping and you will always find someone to talk to on our friendly buses.

                     To book phone: 07990026839     

For details of the regular routes and days, please follow this link.

What’s on in Walsingham

Easter bingo at Fakenham Academy

From the village notice board!

Easter Bingo on April 9th at Fakenham Academy, eyes down 7.30pm!


Huge Raffle!

Great prizes!

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 March 21st A STREET CAT NAMED BOB 12A

Homeless and recovering drug addict James Bowen has finally got his own bedsit and attempts to build a life and future for himself busking in Covent Garden. Returning home one day, he finds a ginger cat sat outside his door. At first he ignores the cat, but over the next few days the cat continues to linger. James discovers an infected wound on the animal’s leg so he takes the cat to be treated by the RSPCA and from that point onwards the two lives become entwined.

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St Seraphim’s newsletter now available

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