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Patrick Barkham, The Guardian.

Walsingham News

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!

Refreshments

Huge Raffle!

Great prizes!

Snowdrops at Walsingham Abbey

The snowdrops are gently fading and swathes of daffodils are taking their place.

Walsingham Abbey and the Shirehall Museum are open with reduced hours until 25th March.

Fully open at weekends in March: Saturday & Sunday 11th/12th, 18th/19th & 25th/26th. 11am-4pm.

Monday-Friday during this period, the Abbey Grounds & Priory Ruins, Crypt are open, with entrance at Walsingham Estate Office, next to the Museum at 10 Common Place NR22 6BP. 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm (the office is closed 1pm-2pm)

Admission Adult £5, child 6-16 £2.50.

Dogs on leads welcome.

Our Charity Day was on Saturday 18th February in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance. With superb help from Walsingham WI we were able to raise well over £4,000 so thank you to all who lent a hand to make the day such a great success.

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

 

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