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Patrick Barkham, The Guardian.

Walsingham News

Temporary Road Closure for National Pilgrimage 30 May 2016

On 30th May 2016 the High Street (from its jct with Common Place to its jct with Church Street) will be temporarily closed except for emergency vehicles and pedestrian access between 9 am and 6 pm.

Alternative route will be via: C597 Holt Road, C317 Snoring Road, C317 Walsingham Road, C478 Barsham Road, U14014 Snoring Road, C586 Fakenham Road. Please follow this link to view a map of the diversion route Walsingham National Pilgrimage diversion map May 2016. Read full post »

The Walsingham Six: Walsingham Houghton & the Barshams new church website

A new website for the six churches and communities which make up the Benefice of Walsingham Houghton and The Barshams has just gone live.

Visit www.walsinghamparishes.org.uk for church history, news, service times and events.

St Seraphim’s Newsletter Autumn 2014

The Autumn newsletter from St Seraphim’s is now available. Please click on the link St Seraphim’s News Autumn 2014

St Seraphim’s Newsletter Summer 2014

Please click on the following link to see the Summer Newsletter for St Seraphim’s: St Seraphims Newsletter No 7 Summer 2014

St Seraphim’s Newsletter

St Seraphim’s Trust newsletter is now available to view: St Seraphim’s News Autumn 2013

Walsingham Station

WALSINGHAM STATION – BECOME PART OF OUR STORY!

Old Railway Station, Walsingham

Old Railway Station, Walsingham

Are you aware that thanks to the St Seraphim’s Trust, Walsingham Station is still standing and in daily use? An important landmark and part of a unique railway history, it now requires major restoration.

If you are interested in railways, or have memories of using the station, join the Friends of St Seraphim’s. Annual membership is £10 and this will keep you in touch with the restoration, and the exciting archive being created.

Waiting for the Train

Waiting for the Train

Contact: St Seraphim’s Trust

www.iconpainter.org.uk

Tel: 01328 820610

Email: sylvia@iconpainter.org.uk

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