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Village Litter Pick

March 24th, 2021

Join in a village spring clean, let’s get our village spruced up for Easter!

There will be a village litter pick on Monday 29th March, starting at 2pm at the Village Hall. We can run this within the current COVID guidelines.

Meet at the Village Hall from 2pm.

Do as much or as little as you choose – even a few minutes can make a big difference! Children are welcome but must be accompanied throughout by an adult.

Please note some important information below to keep you and other volunteers safe. More detailed guidance will be available on the day. (more…)

Christmas Lights and Carols 28 November 2020

October 28th, 2020

Walsingham Development Group is planning to have a Christmas Lights switch on, readings and carol singing as in previous years and we invite you to join us outside in the Common Place on Saturday 28 November at 5 pm.

Even if this public event has to be cancelled due to corona virus restrictions there will still be the Christmas Tree and Crib in the Common Place for residents to enjoy during Advent and Christmas.

We wish you all a healthy and peaceful Christmas and New Year.

Walsingham Open Spaces for All: Please Keep Walsingham Tidy!

August 6th, 2018

Let’s 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; look out for their signs 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.


Clean for the Queen

March 22nd, 2016

CLean for the Queen Walsingham 2016On 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.





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