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Time to Remember Fundraising and Auction Night 11 November 2018

 

This Remembrance Sunday marks 100 years of remembrance.

At 4.30pm in Common Place the beacon will be lit as part of the national remembrance commemoration.

From 5.30pm at The Black Lion Hotel, Little Walsingham:
Free entry
Join us to raise funds for the RAF North Creake Memorial. As well as a fun auction with fabulous entertainer Olly Day there are a few other things planned for the night…
A Remembrance talk – Commemorating Walsingham in both world wars by Nigel Morter of The Control Tower (old North Creake Airfield)
A raffle
Displays of those who lost their lives during the First World War in Walsingham, and the RAF North Creake memorial plans
A hot and cold buffet is available (limited numbers) tickets must be bought in advance (£20 per person) from The Black Lion Hotel, Norfolk or The Control Tower (old North Creake Airfield)
Auction lots are varied, catalogue now available to view at The Black Lion Hotel and The Control Tower. Online version on www.controltowerstays.com/history.html
Drink to Remember – our fundraising beer by Beeston Brewery will be in full flow and at happy prices too.
Commission bids can be taken, just email mail@controltowerstays.com or phone 01328 821574.
– On the night there is a £2 registration fee for those wishing to bid on auction lots

For more information and to view the Auction Catalogue just follow the link  https://mailchi.mp/65dc45747f6b/pwb6xoz3xn-1961817?e=[UNIQID]

Walsingham Remembers: 100 Years since the Armistice

Armistice Commemoration 11 November 2018

Film: ‘Journey’s End’ at Walsingham Picture Palace

Screening at Walsingham Picture Palace, on Tuesday 23rd October, at 7.30pm

Walsingham Parish Hall, High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA

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News and Views magazine for October-November 2018 out now

Just click on the cover picture below to read the October-November edition of News and Views

We welcome contributions for the December-January issue, by 31 October 2018.

Send your email to News & Views secretary Lynette06@live.co.uk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Milky Way, Walsingham breastfeeding group

The Milky Way, Walsingham breastfeeding group

Meet mums at the Wednesday Playvan playgroup for 2018-19.

For mums interested in natural feeding for any amount of time:

Learn confidence to keep your milk flowing and your nurslings relaxed;

Be encouraged about family life from birth to toddlerhood and beyond.

Contact:

Mel Fielding 07875 131975

Zoe Wenzel (LLL member & Babycafé peer)  07952 677304

9.00am – 11.00am, Wednesdays, term time (buzz reception at top gate)

Walsingham CE VA Primary School, Wells Road, NR22 6DU

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All Saints East Barsham Restoration Fund

All Saints East Barsham fundraising event begins.

This August has seen a major Crowd funding event begin for the restoration of this gateway Church to the domain of Our Lady of Walsingham. After the theft of roof lead and major water damage to both walls and floor, parishioners and supporters alike are working tirelessly to return this ancient pilgrim church of All Saints to full use.

With your help,the restored Church will once again welcome all pilgrims to stop, rest, pray and prepare to encounter Our Blessed Lady in England’s Nazareth.

To donate to the crowdfunding event see the “Just Giving” website All Saints East Barsham or send a cheque to East Barsham Restoration Fund.

The Churchwardens

All Saints East Barsham Restoration
5 Bridewell St, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6 BJ

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