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Primary School Open Afternoons October 2017

Primary School Open Afternoons October 2017

Every September thousands of volunteers across the country invite you to experience local history, architecture and culture. All for free. Walsingham is no exception…Walsingham Methodist Chapel will be open over three days for Heritage Open Days.

High Street, Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6BY 


We have two screenings in September: the winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, ‘The Other Side of Hope’, and a special screening with the Wells Walsingham Light Railway of ‘Britain on Film, Railways’.

On Tuesday 19th September THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE (12A) A wry, humorous take on the Syrian refugee crisis (see more below). Doors open 7pm. Show at 7.30pm.

Extra screening: on Thursday 28th September: 

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83 mins + special return train from Wells with the Wells-Walsingham Light Railway

WWLR departure from Wells at 6pm. Special train ticket price, adult return £6.50, child return £4.50.

Cinema tickets, adult £4.00 child £3.00, on the door.

Doors open at the Parish Hall for refreshments and cinema ticket sales, earlier than usual, at 6.30pm. Film at 7pm.  (more…)

On Tuesday 22nd August we screened THEIR FINEST (12A) + short BESIDE THE SEASIDE from the East Anglian Film Archive + vintage ads


police surgery August 2017

Police surgery August 2017

Walsingham, August 2017

As in previous years, the police will be providing dedicated crews for Walsingham from 10th August to 2nd September 2017. PC Jason Pegden (our local police officer) and PC Ashley Grant (Traveller Liaison Officer) will also be around the area on most days to see the public and deal with any issues.

Police Surgery

10am-10.30am on alternate days 12 August-1 September 2017
At Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road

12th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 24th, 26th, 28th, 30th August, 1st September

A police representative will be at Walsingham Village Hall​ on alternate days, 10am-10.30am to talk to members of the public who have concerns about any issues that they have experienced over the previous 48 hours and to provide updates on policing in Walsingham.

Contact telephone numbers for the police:
Police non-urgent 101
Urgent/emergency 999

Thank you to all the organisers, and to all those who kindly and generously opened their gardens for Walsingham Open Gardens held over the two days of the first weekend of July.

If you took pictures and would be happy to share them, email to

You can share photos, or anything else, news or events you would like to publicise, to the Walsingham village Facebook page:

Walsingham Open Gardens raised funds for Walsingham Development Group

See a few pictures from the weekend below.