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Notice of temporary road closure 15 August 2021

July 9th, 2021

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 16A, AS AMENDED BY THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION (SPECIAL EVENTS) ACT 1994
Feast of the Assumption Catholic Shrine Traffic Restriction Walsingham Sunday 15th August 2021
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC
1. ORDER temporarily prohibiting the use by vehicles of the (U14025) Greenway, from its junction with Wells Road, continuing along C325 Barsham Road, ending where it joins C586 Fakenham Road Also includes the adjoining roads of (U14013) Farm Road and (U14133) Grays Lane coming off from Barsham Road in Walsingham to their junctions with C586 Fakenham Road in Walsingham (“the Road”).
2. The Norfolk County Council, as Traffic Authority for Norfolk, is satisfied that the holding of the Feast of the Assumption is required to take place along the Road and that in consequence traffic over the Road should be prohibited on Sunday 15th August 2021 for the duration of the Feast of the Assumption expected to be between 07:00hrs to 19:00hrs
3. Nothing in Article 2 of this Order shall apply:
a) to anything done with the permission, or at the direction, of a police constable in uniform
b) to any vehicle being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes, or for the purposes of a statutory undertaker, in an emergency which necessitates the bringing of vehicles into a section of the Road
4. Insofar as any provisions of this Order conflict with any provisions of any previous Order relating to the Road, the provisions of this Order shall prevail
The Norfolk County Council HEREBY ORDERS that on Sunday 15th August 2021for the duration of the Feast of the Assumption
the use of the Road by vehicles shall be PROHIBITED
Dated 5th July 2021
Grahame Bygrave
Director of Highways and Waste

Notice of temporary road closure 17 July 2021

July 9th, 2021

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 16A, AS AMENDED
BY THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION (SPECIAL EVENTS) ACT 1994
Syro Malabar Pilgrimage
Catholic Shrine Traffic Restriction
Walsingham
Saturday 17th July 2021
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC
1. ORDER temporarily prohibiting the use by vehicles of the (U14025)
Greenway, from its junction with Wells Road, continuing along
C325 Barsham Road, ending where it joins C586 Fakenham Road
Also includes the adjoining roads of (U14013) Farm Road and
(U14133) Grays Lane coming off from Barsham Road in
Walsingham to their junctions with C586 Fakenham Road in
Walsingham (“the Road”)
2. The Norfolk County Council, as Traffic Authority for Norfolk, is satisfied
that the holding of the Syro Malabar Pilgrimage is required to take
place along the Road and that in consequence traffic over the Road
should be prohibited on Saturday 17th July 2021 for the duration of the
Syro Malabar Pilgrimage expected to be between 07:00hrs to
19:00hrs
3. Nothing in Article 2 of this Order shall apply:
a) to anything done with the permission, or at the direction, of a
police constable in uniform
b) to any vehicle being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance
purposes, or for the purposes of a statutory undertaker, in an
emergency which necessitates the bringing of vehicles into a
section of the Road
4. Insofar as any provisions of this Order conflict with any provisions of
any previous Order relating to the Road, the provisions of this Order
shall prevail
The Norfolk County Council HEREBY ORDERS that on
Saturday 17th July 2021 for the duration of the Syro Malabar Pilgrimage the
use of the Road by vehicles shall be PROHIBITED
Dated 2nd July 2021
Grahame Bygrave
Director of Highways and Waste

Notice of temporary road closure 11 July 2021

July 9th, 2021

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 16A, AS AMENDED BY THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION (SPECIAL EVENTS) ACT 1994
Tamil Two Pilgrimage Catholic Shrine Traffic Restriction Walsingham Sunday 11th July 2021
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC
1. ORDER temporarily prohibiting the use by vehicles of the (U14025) Greenway, from its junction with Wells Road, continuing along C325 Barsham Road, ending where it joins C586 Fakenham Road Also includes the adjoining roads of (U14013) Farm Road and (U14133) Grays Lane coming off from Barsham Road in Walsingham to their junctions with C586 Fakenham Road in Walsingham (“the Road”)
2. The Norfolk County Council, as Traffic Authority for Norfolk, is satisfied that the holding of the Tamil Two Pilgrimage is required to take place along the Road and that in consequence traffic over the Road should be prohibited on Sunday 11th July 2021 for the duration of the Tamil Two Pilgrimage expected to be between 07:00hrs to 19:00hrs
3. Nothing in Article 2 of this Order shall apply:
a) to anything done with the permission, or at the direction, of a police constable in uniform
b) to any vehicle being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes, or for the purposes of a statutory undertaker, in an emergency which necessitates the bringing of vehicles into a section of the Road
4. Insofar as any provisions of this Order conflict with any provisions of any previous Order relating to the Road, the provisions of this Order shall prevail
The Norfolk County Council HEREBY ORDERS that on Sunday 11th July 2021 for the duration of the Tamil Two Pilgrimage the use of the Road by vehicles shall be PROHIBITED
Dated 2nd July 2021
Grahame Bygrave
Director of Highways and Waste

In search of Christmas

December 2nd, 2020

You can follow a simple trail around the village using QR codes so that you can be ‘In search of Christmas’.

Search and find three clues in the local area, scan the QR code using the camera on your phone.

Find a letter in each video to crack the code to watch the final video.

The Christmas lights were switched on on Saturday, sadly without our usual community village carols and lights get-together, so why not take part in this trail instead of our usual gathering and celebration.

Enjoy! Let us know how you get on! Ends 3rd December.

Message from Fr Harri Williams

March 17th, 2020
At a time of great need within our community it is important that we seek to be good neighbours to one another. If anyone who is fit and well, is willing to offer practical help or support to other people please send email or ring me. This will enable me to co-ordinate any requests for support from more vulnerable members of our community.
I am particularly mindful of the impact that isolation and loneliness may have on people and will seek to maintain contact with parishioners as much as is possible. Please know that if you are in need then do not hesitate to get in contact with me either by telephone or email. I will do all I can to support and assist you.
Churchwardens will be endeavouring to ensure that churches are left open, in order that they may be used as a place of prayer and stillness for those who may otherwise find it difficult to come to a public act of worship.
Fr Harri Williams
Parish Priest of the Walsingham Benefice
The Vicarage, Church Street
Little Walsingham,
Norfolk, NR22 6BL
01328 821316   harri1985@gmail.com

Virus precautions: Lent Lunches at the Village Hall cancelled

March 3rd, 2020

Our Friday Lent Lunches at the village hall are cancelled, but you can still support the Lent Appeal!

The Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2020 is to help fund a car, a Landcruiser or similar, for the church’s work in Dogura, Papua New Guinea.

Read more about the appeal https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/news/lent-appeal/

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