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Patrick Barkham, The Guardian.

Walsingham News

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


Narrated by John Hurt, THE FINAL REEL is a feature length documentary which 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.  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

Our short ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR was made by young school students about the history of the Mart, King’s Lynn’s 800 year old market and funfair. The film is running while the Mart is on at Stories of Lynn, the museum at King’s Lynn Town Hall. In just a few minutes, these talented young film makers trace the Mart from its origins to the present day.

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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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Brocantes – new shop in Walsingham

New this month to Walsingham is Brocantes, next to Bert Frew and the Farm Shop. Set up by Angela and assisted by Richard Willson it is a shop that seeks to fuse proper antiques with mid-century collectables with emphasis both to the home and also the importance of the garden as an extra room in your property.

We love to paint vintage furniture and to finish in a number of different ways that theme small collections within our stock .

We also enjoy our pictures . ‘Art’ is always perceived as something to intellectualise over. We are simpler. You like a picture because you like it. Our art is all original and from all periods. We have a great selection of accessories in pottery, china, woods and metals.

We offer an interior decoration service. We also offer our skills to hand paint finish a special piece of furniture you may already own .

Come and have a chat to discuss your ideas and requirements .

We are open every day except Mondays. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Angela and Richard Willson

Telephone 01328 822233 or email which is brocantes@btconnect.com

Mobile Post Office on Tuesdays

From 11 October 2016 the Mobile Post Office Service will be coming to Walsingham on Tuesday mornings.

The Mobile Post Office Van will be parked opposite the Chocolate Deli, on Guild Street, Little Walsingham, NR22 6BU

Opening Times


10.00 am to 11.30 am


A wide range of services are available. Customers can still collect benefits in cash using our everyday banking services or Post Office card account

Access and facilities

There is a step into the Mobile vehicle, but an electronic tailgate is available to facilitate easy access for wheelchair users and those with disabilities.


Parking available close to Mobile Van