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Free Easter egg hunt, Sunday 14th April, at the school

Free Easter egg hunt (when accompanied by a responsible person over 14!)

At the school on Sunday 14th April from 1pm to 3pm

Also Lucky Square, craft table, refreshments

Organised by the Friends of Walsingham CE Primary School


Children’s Activity Day: Monday 15th April

Activity Day poster

Following on from the success of ‘Treasure Seekers’ we are pleased to announce a Children’s Activity Day during the Easter holidays. Children of all ages welcome (under 5s need to be accompanied) for a free, fun day including games, crafts, snacks and lunch.

10am-3pm at the Village Hall, Wells Road, on Monday 15th April.

Please come at 10am to register.

Victorious: new restaurant at 2 Wells Road

Very recently opened at 2 Wells Road is Victorious, a new eatery venture for Walsingham offering casual informal food and drinks throughout the day. Find the details in the business listings.

The Village Shop has moved

The refurbished Oxford Stores, now the new village shop

Walsingham Village Stores is now installed in the former Oxford Stores pub.

This distinctive Grade II* Walsingham landmark is at the junction of the High Street with Friday Market.

What we see now dates from the mid-16th century, but it is thought that there has been a building on this spot since the 1300s, most probably a pilgrim hostelry possibly the one known as ‘The Moon & Star’ later ‘The Saracen’s Head’. Read full post »

News and Views April May 2019

The latest edition of News and Views for April and May 2019 is now available. Please click on the photo or follow the link News and Views April May 2019

News and Views edition 22 for April May 2019

News and Views edition 22 for April May 2019


EP Youth in Walsingham

EP Youth will be bringing Geoff The Van to Walsingham on Monday nights to continue to work with young people; starts on 29th April and continues up to 15th July.

The van will park next to the Village Hall from 6.30 till 8.30 offering a 10 week programme of positive education around wellbeing, drugs & alcohol, community awareness, positive relationships and much more

FREE ENTRY and lots of activities!

No cost to enter or for drinks and biscuits.

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