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On Saturday June 16th from 7.30pm
Rock, Blues, Originals
Entrance: bring a donation
All proceeds to the Red Cross/Red Crescent appeal for victims of the war in Syria
Great music for a great cause!
At Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road, NR22 6DJ
Please follow this link St Seraphim’s garden party June 2018 to view a larger version of the poster.
Garden Open in Walsingham, on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June 2018
Secret walled garden, patio garden, raised plots. Refreshments available nearby.
King’s Lodge, 5 Bridewell Street, Walsingham NR22 6BP
10.30am-4.30pm Admittance £2 (under 16s free)
Proceeds towards St Mary’s Parish Church
At 7.30 pm at Walsingham Village Hall.
Bob of Lynn, with Chris Boxall
BBC Radio Norfolk’s Chris Boxall specialises in military history and the early Georgian period, concentrating on Sir Robert Walpole.
“To the nation he was Sir Robert Walpole, Britain’s first Prime Minister, but, to the people of Lynn he was just their ‘Bob of Lynn’.” This nickname struck a chord with Chris, it’s the title of the book that he wrote about Walpole’s life.
“Walpole was a great politician, statesman and orator, and rogue! He was vain, ambitious and corrupt. Not a bad job description for Britain’s first Prime Minister!”
Members £1. Non members £3. Non members very welcome. Refreshments.
Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road, NR22 6DJ
Our Walsingham Picture Palace Summer 2018 Programme begins on Tuesday 29th May with ‘Finding Your Feet’
Enjoy an evening at Walsingham’s village cinema, once a month on a Tuesday.
Walsingham Picture Palace is at Walsingham Parish Hall.
Tuesday May 29th FINDING YOUR FEET 12A 115 mins
Our next film, is on Tuesday 20th March, Hampstead, 12A
In which an American widow (Diane Keaton) finds unexpected love with a man (Brendan Gleeson) living rough on Hampstead Heath, when they take on the developers who want to destroy his home.
“Hampstead is a charming and funny life-affirming tale about how love can be found in the most unexpected places and proves once and for all that age is no barrier to second chances.” Rotten Tomatoes.
“…a fine cast in a quirky and charming piece of cinematic soufflé with Keaton and Gleeson in sparkling form. It’s fun.” RTÉ
Walsingham Picture Palace at Walsingham Parish Hall, 14 High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA
Tickets on the door: adult £4, 25 and under, £2
Programmes begin at 7.30pm.
Doors open 7pm for ticket sales and refreshments.