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Charity Snowdrop Walk in aid of Walking4Norfolk

February 21st, 2019

James Bagge walked the 1500 miles from Lynn to Santiago de Compostela last year to raise money for the unpaid carers of Norfolk, an astonishing way to follow his year as High Sheriff of Norfolk. His Walking4Norfolk fund created by this amazing sponsored walk, can now support carers through funding many different local independent projects, helping to make their lives a little easier. It is administered by the Norfolk Community Foundation.

The Walsingham Abbey charity snowdrop walk on Saturday 23rd Feb in aid of the Walking4Norfolk Fund successfully raised over £4,000, thank you so much to all who attended.

At the end of the day James gave his ‘Talk on the Walk’ at the Parish Hall about the journey, an insight into the joys and travails of today’s pilgrim travelling on foot through Europe.

St Seraphim’s Newsletter Autumn 2018

January 14th, 2019

Please click here to see the Autumn newsletter for St Seraphim’s.

Icon Painting Workshops 2019

January 14th, 2019

Two-day Icon Painting Workshops at St Seraphim’s, Walsingham

Dates in May, June and July

Delivered by iconographer Helen McIldowie-Jenkins

Please click here for more information

LOST – iPad, please help

November 19th, 2018

Hello

I was in the car park in Little Walsingham on Friday evening around 5.15 – I went to the Black Lion for a meal returning to my car about 6pm before going to the Thursford Christmas Show. When I got home to Ipswich after midnight I realised that my iPad was missing. I think it may have fallen out of my car when I got out or back in.

I’ve been in touch with Thursford and they haven’t found it in their car park so the likely place is in the car park at Little Walsingham.

Its a long shot but as it seems like you have a small local community I am hoping that someone might have found it and handed it in somewhere.

If you have any information I would appreciate it.

Many thanks

Geoff Smith admin@accountslegal.co.uk

Walsingham Open Spaces for All: Please Keep Walsingham Tidy!

August 6th, 2018

Do we all want to keep Walsingham litter free?

As part of our Walsingham Open Spaces for All project, we asked the Walsingham Primary schoolchildren for some artwork to illustrate our new ‘Please keep Walsingham tidy’ signs. They have done brilliantly, and these signs will soon be going up around the village.

 

 

Walsingham Open Spaces for All: Walsingham Walks

August 6th, 2018

Walsingham Development Group in partnership with Walsingham Estate is developing a series of six circular walks exploring the the beautiful countryside and farmland around Walsingham. The walks will supersede a previous set of five Walsingham Walks which were part of the Countryside Stewardship scheme (which ended in 2012). The walks form part of our ‘Open Spaces for All’ project.

The walks are yet to be finalised and waymarked, but once this is complete there will be a map booklet for sale and individual map leaflets will be downloadable from this website.

The walks include a mix of public rights of way, bridleways and footpaths, field margins and tracks, with some new permissive pathways.

The project is supported by a grant from The North Norfolk Big Society Fund.

 

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