“From its wide skies to vast, sandy, windswept beaches, Norfolk bequeaths you that most valuable and elusive thing in our crushed, hectic modern lives: a sense of space.”
Patrick Barkham, The Guardian.
We have a beautiful and informative wildflower leaflet available on the website. The list of wild flowers was compiled by a resident of Walsingham, Mrs Clark during her walks with Alfie – a very well-behaved terrier. The leaflet is available to view and to print Wildflower leaflet WDG.
We hope that the leaflet will inspire you to walk in this lovely part of North Norfolk. If you spot a flower that is not on the list please do let us know (with a photo if possible) email firstname.lastname@example.org
The weather was kind as Walsingham celebrated Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday with a Big Picnic in the Abbey Grounds
There was quite a gathering in the Common Place on Thursday evening to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday. The Chairman of the Parish Council lit the Beacon and Monsignor John led the singing of the National Anthem.
On a lovely sunny spring afternoon there were worse things to be doing than spend an hour or two gathering litter for Walsingham’s Clean for the Queen. Provided with special purple litter sacks, grabbers and gloves, the small band of pickers set off from the Mill Car Park each taking a different route out of the village.
A Walsingham family celebration! We unveiled a magnificent new Christmas Crib at the historic Pump in the centre of Little Walsingham. Read full post »