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ISSN 2051-6940

ISSUE 079 The

5th February 2016 to
18th February 2016.

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A Band Club will be running during February half term for young people
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Budding musicians and songwriters are urged to come along to the
two-day event being held on Tuesday 16 February and Wednesday 17
February from 10am to 4pm at the Academy in Field Lane.
The sessions will give young people the opportunity to have a go at
playing instruments, sing, write a song, try out new instruments and
Cllr Becky Palmer, North Norfolk District Councils Cabinet Member
for Leisure said: These sessions are a great way for young people to
discover their music talent and learn new skills.
The workshops have been funded by North Norfolk District Council
and Youth Music and have been organised by The Garage working with
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From The Editor

The wind has been very strong here of late
and many loose pieces of wood have been
on the roads or precariously overhanging
the roads, who should move these?
It cannot be any body at the council as
council vehicles dash pass them daily
and no one ever stops to just make safe or
clear off the highway!
The coast road was closed from Sunday evening
until Tuesday well that is what the signs stated but
once locals realised it was a case of mostly crying
Wolf, with no obvious working in process most of
the time, they were ignored and driven past, had
the new government initiative been up and running
Trimingham would have been in for a windfall of
about 10,000!
The new gym at Woodland as shown on the front, is
very welcoming from 0730 until 2130hrs daily, more
details page ..., no excuses about not being open
when you are not at work!
Thank you to all who contributed to Maya the blind
chows operation fund,
online, at the bank
and more recently at
Morrisons report on
page 10.
Enjoy your Crab Tales


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Drop off at: K Hardware, Church St. CROMER
Dear Editor
Rubbish Numskulls
Why cant folk dispose of their waste in
receptacles provide or take it home to get rid
of it. We cant blame it on holiday makers
as there appears to be more rubbish dumped
along the roads and lanes in the winter than
the summer.
Tesco sandwich wrappers and bills dumped
within a few yards of their door and bin.
Down the lane behind Mundesley Scout Hall
one can see pop and beer cans, plastic bags
and bottles, tobacco wrappers, glass
bottles and energy drink cans. Its a pity
that energy isnt put to the mussel power
needed to carry refuse to dustbins.
Down that lane some dog walkers take the
trouble to pick up their animals mess, very
admirable, but why then throw that bag into
the trees. Thats shocking and disgraceful,
this decoration offends.
Some councils want to record dog DNA
to be able to prosecute owners who dont
discard mess properly, what a great idea.
One wonders if it would be suggested that
everyone DNA is taken with a view to
prevent these indiscretions.

Dear Editor,
Living in Cromer dog owners are fortunate
being allowed into various venues for
coffee snacks & meals but in Norwich &
Gt.Yarmouth dogs and owners must be
separated-which means leaving your dog
at home, to be allowed in anywhere- I
dont think so!
We have asked in so many places and
been refused by all.
We feel that there should be places that
will let us in as in Cromer; The Bistro,
Pavilion Theatre Coffee Reef bar on the
pier. Amber(Anns dog) being well known
in the friendly Cafe Main, great homemade cakes & scones & all warm in this
cold weather.
HELP If you have any good news will you
kindly let us know via Crab Tales,
We thank you,
Cindy Ann & Amber

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January, the first month of the year, isnt

over yet however the team at Cromer Pier are
already planning an exciting opportunity for
job hunters in February that will allow the
Pier to extend its seasonal team in time for the
Easter holidays.
During February half term on Thursday 18th
February, between 4pm and 7pm, Cromer Pier
is opening its doors for a Recruitment Drop In
which will see the Pavilion Bar and Theatre
transformed into a setting very similar to what
you may see for a speed dating session!
Recruiting suitable staff is a big challenge for
any seasonal business, says General Manager,
Jo Artherton. She continues Each year we
interview a lot of people who apply to work
here during the holidays and at weekends. We
wanted to do something different this year to
make it more efficient and fun for us, so the
management team here have decided that the
format used for speed dating is a great way
to meet lots of potential new staff in a short
amount of time.

The drop-in session will allow potential

candidates to meet existing members of the
team and find out more about why its so
great working on the award winning Pier in
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We will have full and part time work available in all areas of the
business including Tides Restaurant, Ice Cream Kiosk, Box Office &
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Job interviews can be very daunting for people and interviewing
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idea is that each head of department will have a few minutes with every
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Anyone interested in attending the Recruitment Drop In will need to
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About Cromer Pier

Cromer Pier is owned by North Norfolk District Council and
managed by Openwide Coastal Ltd, who also produce the summer and
Christmas shows each year

Cromer Pier is a traditional Victorian Pier, with performances
of sorts dating back to as early as 1901

The Cromer Pier Show (summer) has been going for a record
breaking 38 years (39 in 2016)

The Cromer Pier Show has included many famous faces
including Bradley Walsh, Darren Day, Steve Hewlett and Danny Posthill
(both finalists in Britains Got Talent)

Cromer Pier has been the picturesque setting for many films
and TV programmes including: Alan Partridges Alpha Pappa, Most
Haunted and Agatha Christies Partners in Crime, starring David
Walliams and Jessica Raine, to name a few.

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Priscilla winner of pier show

tickets 2015 and her lovely
Shiztu Ellie enjoying a rest
during a walk in the keen
Cromer breeze

Local British Legion

Changes Name and
gets New Lease of
The Old Norfolk holding branch of the Royal
British Legion has changed its name to the
Nelsons County Branch.
The Chairman said, I am pleased to say we
now have a functioning committee although
we have spaces available should you wish
to volunteer. Andrew Young (treasurer) and
I have been working to get this branch up
and running, we met up in the Lord Nelson,
Burnham Thorpe, on the 11th of January
We have purchased a domain name and our
website is being built, our Facebook page
is already live. Please like and share our
Facebook page.
We aim to build a social events calendar and
hold functions around the county although we
will use the Lord Nelson as our spiritual home
We have ordered a new Standard which will
be dedicated in Burnham Thorpe on the 2nd of

Andrew Young intends to form a welfare

committee within our branch this is the most
important sector within the RBL we need to
support Andrew with this project.
We wish to affiliate with youth groups,
including, Schools, Scouts, Guides and Cadet
Forces, we have already affiliated with the
Kings Lynn Sea Cadets.
We have our next meeting on Monday 7th
March in the Lord Nelson, Burnham Thorpe at
19.00, I hope you can join us
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ALBY Service Station, Alby Horse Shoes Inn

ALDBOROUGH Spar Shop AYLMERTON Service Station
AYLSHAM Aylsham Garden Centre, Budgens, Co-op,
BACTON Bacton Fish & Chip Shop.
BANNINGHAM The Crown Pub / Post Office
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OR - If you are a pensioner,
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The first entry out of the hat wins !


Connor Reynolds of Cromer spotted the crab in Cliff Hotel
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Rembering the
Mundesley Fallen
from The Great War
So often when we remember those who gave
their lives in service of our Country they are
but names. Either read out or inscribed on
stone we know nothing of who they were.
With the kind help of Christopher West we
will, in the forthcoming editions be giving
our readers the chance to learn a little about
some of the people named on the flag list at
Mundesley Museum.
We have reproduced below the list of the
Mundesley Fallen from The Great War.1914
to 1918.

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Better Services, Better Value for Money DWP @ Council
Better services and better value for money will result from the
Department for Work and Pensions move to North Norfolk
District Councils offices in Holt Road, Cromer.
The 14-strong team moved into the building on Monday 11
January 2016 and started to run their services from the Council
offices on the same day.
A total of 170m2 office space was created by moving teams
within the existing building and reducing the need for storage
space. This has enabled the DWP to have their own public
waiting area, and for DWP clients to use the Councils self-serve
computers to access services directly.
The DWPs move from Garden Street offices in Cromer provides
an opportunity to bring services together in one location. It will
also help to reduce the cost of services by sharing the building.
Cllr John Rest, North Norfolk District Councils Cabinet Member
for Assets said: As an authority we have to make the most of
the resources we have, especially our offices. Im delighted to be
welcoming the Department for Work and Pensions to our offices
in Holt Road.
We know we need to operate as cost-effectively as possible, and
sharing our office space is a good way to generate income and
provide customers with a more joined up service. With the public
services under one roof my hope is that it will be a lot easier for
people to get the support they need.
Julia Nix, District Manager for the Department for Work and
Pensions said: This is my second co location site to move into
North Norfolk District Councils Premises. By moving into the
Local Authorities premises we will be making more effective use
of space and facilities, while making significant savings for the
The move also represents an excellent opportunity for DWP
to build stronger working links with North Norfolk District
Council to work together to help our customers move closer to
employment and provide a better all-round quality service.
The Council office building, which is celebrating its 25th
anniversary this month, houses Norfolk County Council
Childrens Services, the Early Years Intervention Team and
eastlaw the Councils legal services company which sells its
services to others.

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Its never welcome when storms comes a calling but the Church
Rooms at Mundesley had a more traumatic visit than most.
On 14th January the storm caused the collapse of the gable end of
the building. Inside were local table-tennis players who made a
safe and speedy exit.
The damage is so severe that the important and busy community
venue will be out of action for several months.

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At North Norfolk UK Independence Partys recent annual general meeting Jack Smith
was elected Chairman, Irene Ramsbotham [Secretary], Gina Foster [Membership
Secretary] and David Ramsbotham [Treasurer].
Terry Comber, the retiring Chairman, spoke about the progress that UKIP had made
during his 5 year tenure. Membership of the Branch had increased three fold, two
County Councillors had been elected and most importantly a referendum on our
membership of the European Union had been secured.
Jack Smith was delighted and honoured to be elected Chairman. He spoke of
his determination to continue to progress the Party both locally and nationally in
preparation for the vote on the EU.
County Councillor David Ramsbotham said that he was very pleased with Jack

Smiths appointment adding Jack is only 24 years old hopefully this will convince
everyone that we are not a Party of old fogies but the youngsters of Britain are also
keen to protect the future prosperity, security, sovereignty, democracy, culture and way
of life of our proud nation.

Fantastic news for Maya, the

Chow Chow.

The Old Chow Rescue Home managed to raise enough

funding for Maya the blind chow chow to have her operation.
On sunday 31st january fundraising at Morrisons store in
Cromer. raised 218.00 with more donations coming online,
Thank you on behalf of Maya.
Maya now has enough funding in her donation pot which
will enable her to have her opthalmic operation to restore
her sight to shapes and images. She will however need post
operation medication and eye drops and also eye ointment for
life after this surgery.
Many thanks to all her supporters who came to see her on
sunday and brought towels, sheets and blankets also needed
for the rescues at the Old Chow Rescue Home in East
Scooby and Maya thoroughly enjoyed all the cuddles and
pats from the members of the public. Such a happy morning
for them.
Will send more news once Maya has had her operation to let
people know her progress.
Also future news on three more chow chows needing to be
saved and being brought to Fenella to be nursed, cared for
and given a wonderful and happy secure future.


New Local Plan for North Norfolk
North Norfolk District Council has started the process of
preparing a new Local Plan.
As part of the preparation of the Plan, the Council is carrying out
a Call for Sites.
This provides an opportunity for developers, landowners,
individuals and other interested parties to put forward potential
sites within North Norfolk District for development. Any sites
which are suggested will then be subject to a detailed appraisal
process by the Council. The Council will then publish preferred
options for consultation. The final site selections will then be
included in a draft Plan which will be subject to independent
examination before the new Plan can be adopted.
Cllr Sue Arnold, Cabinet Member for Planning, said: This is an
important stage in the process of preparing the new Plan and the
Council is keen to hear from as many people as possible so that
we can consider the options that may be available not just for
new housing but also other types of development.
The Call for Sites registration form and guidance notes are
available on the councils website at www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/
callforsites and all forms should be returned on or before May 31,

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Curious onlookers were drawn to

Hunstanton Beach to see the dead Sperm
Whale, one of a number found beached
and dead in Hunstanton, Skegness and in
the Netherlands.
Some feel the scenes are ghoulish and the
graffiti dawbed by activists on the dead
creatures in bad taste.
We are told that the activities of man both
on the water and around the coast may
have contributed or caused the sad events.
Whatever the cause it is hard not to be
moved by the images.

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New exhibition to open at

Norwich Castle, inspired by
Cressida Cowells How to Train
Your Dragon books.

This spring don your Viking helmet, brush up your Dragonese, and head to Norwich
Castle for our exciting new family-friendly exhibition, A Vikings Guide to Deadly
Dragons. The exhibition is inspired by Cressida Cowells best-selling childrens books
How to Train Your Dragon, now a major Hollywood film and TV franchise.
Created by Seven Stories, The National Centre for Childrens Books, this wonderful
exhibition will transport you to a world where Vikings rule and dragons roam. Discover
Berk, the island home of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third. Join this unlikely hero
on his adventures with his tribe of Hairy Hooligans and Toothless, his hunting dragon.
Featuring Cressidas original illustrations, the exhibition gives visitors the chance to get
up close to the authors notebooks and watch filmed interviews. There are opportunities
for creative play, dressing as a Viking, visiting the Hooligan village and wild dragon
Alongside the exhibition, a packed programme of dragon-related events for all ages
will inform and entertain. Theres loads for families to enjoy including storytelling with
Thunderous Thor, Viking activities, drama performances, film screenings, glitter dragon
tattoos, dragon art and craft activities and a Chinese dragon dance workshop. With daily
activities throughout the Half Term and Easter Holidays, youngsters will be kept busy
and entertained.
Theres also plenty on offer for adults: our Tuesday lunchtime
talks programme takes a look at dragons in art and mythology
and Norwichs long association with the dragon, theres a
workshop on Writing for Children in partnership with the
University of East Anglia and sessions on How to paint your
dragon with the artists who painted last summers GoGoDragons
and How to clean your dragon with the Norwich Castle
conservation team
The Norwich Castle team have also been working closely with
the Norfolk County Council Libraries and Information Service
to use the opportunity presented by the exhibition to encourage
childrens literacy Cressida herself began drawing and writing
stories about dragons when she was nine. The collaboration
includes a specially decorated mobile library which will be
parked up on the Castle mound for special event days throughout
the exhibitions run. Visitors to the library van will be able to
enter a draw for the very special prize of a set of books signed by
Cressida Cowell and an original framed drawing by the author.
Cressida has kindly agreed to read one of her stories for a special
film that will be shown at libraries across Norfolk on Saturday 6
February to celebrate the opening of the exhibition and National
Libraries Day. At 11am all libraries will read the same chapter
from her book, to create the biggest story time in Norfolk!
Viking re-enactors will also be parading through the city waving
banners saying Love your Library on National Library Day
with the idea of getting people to follow the Vikings to the
library, once they have viewed the exhibition in the Castle.
Commenting on this collaboration, Jennifer Holland, Assistant
Director for Norfolk County Councils Community and
Environmental Services said: Libraries and Museums have
worked on many successful projects together, and we are very
pleased to be sharing a part of the Deadly Dragons season.
Stories about dragons are always popular and the mobile library
will be full of exciting books for all the family.

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John Ward, Chairman of the Norfolk Joint Museums Committee,

said: It is a real coup for Norwich Castle Museum to secure this
exhibition, with the added benefit of having Cressida Cowell here
to promote it.

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She is one of the biggest childrens authors in the world and Ive
no doubt this exhibition will prove to be hugely popular with
family audiences.
The colourful, creative world of Cressidas books has been
delighting children since they first appeared in 2003. The series
has now sold over 7 million books worldwide, and translated
into 37 languages. Cressida grew up in London but each year her
family spent holidays on a small, uninhabited Scottish island.
Her father built a stone house there and in the evenings would
tell tales of the Vikings who had invaded the island and of the
dragons who, according to legend, lived in the caves along the
Cressida thought it possible that dragons might live in that wild,
stormy place and by the age of nine she began to draw and write
stories about Vikings and dragons. As an adult she developed
this theme into the immensely popular series How to Train Your
Dragon published by Hodder. Now her imaginative world has
been turned into an exhibition, something which has delighted
I am incredibly excited and honoured that the How to Train
Your Dragon books are the subject of an exhibition. I hope that
a whole new generation of children will be as fascinated by
dragons and Vikings as I was when I was a child. I visited when
the amazing GoGoDragons were in residence, so Im especially
pleased that the exhibition is opening in Norwich.
Whether you are already a fan of How to Train Your Dragon
or encountering Hiccup and Toothless for the first time, you
will find A Vikings Guide to Deadly Dragons a delightful and
inspirational exhibition.
For more information please contact:
Steve Reilly, steve.reilly@norfolk.gov.uk; Esther Morgan, esther.
morgan@norfolk.gov.uk (Mondays-Thursdays), 01603 223215
Exhibition Details:
A Vikings Guide to Deadly Dragons, Saturday 6 February
Monday 30 May
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Castle Hill
Norwich NR1 3JU
Tel. +44 (0)1603 495897 www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 10am 4.30pm; Sunday 1 4.30pm

Museums Pass holders and under 4s free

*Visitors with disabilities, unwaged, over 65s, in full time
education. Visitors with disabilities may bring one companion in
24hr info line 01603 493648
Enquiries & info 01603 493625
Keep in touch
Twitter: @norwichcastle
Facebook: facebook.com/NorwichCastleMuseum
Visitors can share photos of their visit with us online using
This touring exhibition from @7Stories is inspired by the works
of @CressidaCowell, follow them on Twitter for more from
Hiccup and friends.

Adult 8.35, Concession* 7.50
Child (4-18) 6.25, Family (1 adult + all children) 17.50,
Family (2 adults + all children) 23.50

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Mundesley Mumblings.
Ironic isnt it in probably the wettest and mildest start to new year in recent years,
there is a national movement to encourage us all to stave off the favourite tipple
(whatever that might be) and have a month off the alcohol. So why is it, that when I
need to drive, or its just there, I can take it or leave it and the moment that I say to
myself, no alcohol for the month thats it, the craving monkey is sat firmly on my
shoulder chattering in my ear at every opportunity? I even had to miss out the booze
aisle in the supermarket the other day, it was just nuts. To coin a phrase lol is that lots
of laughs or just code for lunatic on loose I am really not sure! I do have to laugh at
myself and my friends who have joined me in this challenge, maybe we will make it, but
January seems to be such a long month
Sadly for many along the coast here January has brought more than they expected with
flash floods bringing sadness and hardship to some who have been unfortunate to have
been through it before and for some their first experience. Its very different seeing it
on the telly and being so removed, to hearing it first hand from those its happened to.
Often in those first few weeks after the all the hullaballoo of the festive season, there
is an air of flat resignation, and a distinctly empty purse! For those effected there are
weeks and often months of disruption to try and manage at the same time as holding
family, body and soul together. On reflection rather than mourning the bareness of my
purse its made me very aware and thankful for what my family and I have. Maybe its
just people around here, or maybe its part of the distinct North Norfolk culture, but this
seems to be a quality that is embedded in everyone I meet. Its a quality that I think
makes this probably one of the best places to live. Of course there are always things that
can be improved, but that leaves us with the opportunity to do something that can make
a difference.
And change is on the horizon here in Mundesley with new building developments by
the school and over at the Paston end of the village. Having spoken to a few people
there is, as expected mixed views. Those who believe it would be welcoming in
and strengthening our already thriving local community, and those hoping that the
percentage of holiday homes does not increase dramatically. My fear would always be
of turning into a ghost town outside of tourist season as some of the resorts further north
have already done so. Whilst we welcome visitors as essential to the livelihood of our
area, there is something lovely about those first few weeks when it feels like the village
returns to the locals! Its a new phenomenon for me and my hubby to feel so strongly
about where we live. Its what made us come in the first place having migrated from
down country. But to put it all in context and keep my feet firmly on the ground as my
darling offspring informed me, of course the best part of living here is the fact that he
can get chocolate cake from the fish and chip shop!
PS the chattering Monkey won I caved in to a glass or two of Vino. Yep I confess
I am rubbish at this stuff!
Mundesley Mumblings are the ramblings and personal opinions of T Webster, passionate
about all things North Norfolk and mostly just Mundesley!

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What, When & Where All tel numbers are code: 01263 unless otherwise stated.

Bridge Club 7pm Fri 7.15pm t: 761 308

Broadland Junior Chess 8.30am term-time Sat. t: 735 740
Country Market each Friday 8.50-noon
Cricket Club indoor Sun 3-5pm t: 510 102
Evening WI 7.30pm 1st Thurs Town Hall.
Extend Over 60s Exercise Fridays Jubilee Family Centre
t: 01692 407 851
Farmers Market 9am-1pm 1st & 3rd Sat.
F.I.T. group 2nd & 4th Weds t: 731 177
Flower Club 2nd Wed 7.30pm Town Hall
Fitness Yoga/Pilates Tues & Thurs Friendship Hall t:
01692 538 569
Gym Club Fri 5pm. High School t: 576 609
Inspired Gardeners group. 2nd Thurs 10.30 - noon.
Methodist Church Hall. t:733 535.
Lammas KC Lodge ROAB Tues 8.15pm Sutton School
Of Dance, Mill Row.
Meditation Classes Thurs 12.30 -1.30pm Friends Meeting
House, Peggs Yard
Monday Stall Parish Church 8.30-noon
N. N. Mental Health Users & Carers Forum 2nd Weds
Jubilee Centre 1- 3.30pm.
RBL (Womens) 1st Mon Salvation Army Hall
N.N. Speakers Club 7pm alt.Wed High School t: 01692 402 662
Scalextric Club Presto Park Weds 7.15pm.t: 01603 754 319
Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Peggs Yard
Yoga Tues 7.30pm Peggs Yard. t: 732 426


Age Concern Fri 10am The Cottage.

Aqua Therapy Classes Mon 11am. Wed 7pm Country
Club t: 07885 501 914
Air Training Corps 7pm Mon & Thurs, High School t: 515 452
Baptist Church 1st & 3rd Sat Coffee morning t: 576 524
Bridge (Duplicate) Mon 7pm t: 822 778
C.A.B. Appointments: t : 01692 405 847
Christian Fellowship Sun 10.30am former Gospel Hall t:
838 180
Diabetes UK 4thThurs 7.30pm Methodist Church Hall. t:
01692 405 492
Elderberries Badminton Mon & Fri afternoons at Cromer
Academy Sports Hall Contact Sheila 01263761142
Elderberries Short Mat Bowls Mon & Fri afternoons at Cromer
Academy Sports Hall Contact Sheila 01263761142
1st Suffield Park Guides 7pm.Weds. info: www.
Flower Club 7.20pm 3rd Mon Junior School. t: 513 408
Folk Dance Club 7.30pm Tues Community Hall t: 578 224
Garden Society 7.30pm 2nd Weds Community Hall t: 514 399
Hockey Club Mon under16 6.30pm Adults 7.15pm Sports
Centre t: 01692 404 440
Korean Martial Arts t: 07765 282 981
Lip reading classes Weds 1.30pm. Methodist Church Rooms
t: 0344 800 8020
N.N.Amateur Radio Group 9am. Thurs: 88 Central Road.
t:512 377 or 824 275
N & N Assoc.for Blind 9.30-1pm Tues Merchants Place.
N.N. Mencap Society Thurs 1pm Merchants Place. t: 578 116
Cromer Orchestra Monday 7-9 Belfry Arts Centre
Overstrand, contact Norman Moor 01263511600.
Parkinsons Disease Society 10.30am 2nd Wed of month
St. John Hall, Bond St.
R.E.M.E. 2pm. 1st Wed Halsey Hse t: 512 450
RBL 2pm 1st Wed. The Cottage t:510 146
RBL Womens Section 2.30pm 1st Thurs
Sing for Joy Group Thurs 10am. Community Centre. t: 570 117
St John Ambulance Adults Tues 7.30pm. Cadets Tues
5.45pm St John Hall, Bond St.
Taekwondo Sports Centre. t: 711 824
Tai Chi For Health Wed 2pm Community Centre t: 823 007
Tennis Club Sun, Weds & Fri t:513 741
The One Oclock Club over 60s.1pm Thurs. Barkers Herne.
W.I. 2nd Thurs 2 pm, Garden St.


Acorns Parent & Toddler Group 1.30pm Thurs (term-time)

Belfry School. t: 579 275.
Gardening Club 2.30pm 1st Tues Parish Hall t: 512350
Carpet Bowls 2.30pm Thurs. Parish Hall t: 833 369
Cromer Orchestra 7-9pm Belfry Arts Centre. t: 511 600
Railway Quilters & Craft Group 2nd & 4th Tues.10-12
Parish Hall t: 576 986
Strand Club 2nd Wed 2.30pm The Pavilion t: 579 433
W.I. 3rd Wed 7.30pm Parish Hall t: 834 242


Badminton Tues & Fri am: Coronation Hall. Tel: 722 835
Bowls Pavilion Bingo: Sun 7.30pm, Whist Drive: Tues,
Wed & Fri 1.45pm t: 721 815
Cafe Church 1st Weds 10.30am Church Rooms.
Carpet Bowls Mon 1.30pm Coronation Hall t: 720 344
Come & Meet Club 3rd Weds 11am. Royal Hotel t:720 558
Community Choir Tues 7.30pm Methodist Church t: 722 022


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Craft Club 10am1st & 3rd Mon Coronation Hall. t 720 549
Creative Writing Group 1st Fri 2.15pm Library t:720 702
Knit & Natter Tues 4-5pm Library t:720 702
Library Mon & Sat:10-1pm,Tues 2-5.30pm Fri 10-1pm &
2-6.30pm. t: 720 702
Luncheon Club for over 60s & disabled. Mon 12
2pm. Free Church.t:721 984.
MADRA t: 07734 689 978
RBL 4th Weds Haig Club. t: 722 238
RBL Womens 3rd Weds 1.45pm Coronation Hall t:721 021
Rhythm Club 8pm lst Mon. Oct - April The Ship t: 721 604
Scrabble Club Fri 2pm Church Rooms. t: 720 663 or 720 107
Table Tennis Thurs 7pm Coronation Hall t: 722 930
Village Cinema 7.30pm Coronation Hall 2nd Tues
Info: www.mundesley.org/film
W.I. 2nd Mon 7pm Church Rooms t: 720 744

West Runton Church Hall.

Cromer & Sheringham Probus Club 12.30pm 1st Tues,
Links Hotel t:824 306
Rotary Club Weds 6pm except 5th Weds Dormy House
W.Runton, t: 578 194
Sequence Dancing Mon 7.30pm E. Runton Village Hall.
t:01692 403 071
West Runton Scouts info : 712 288
W.I. 2.15pm 2nd Wed. W. Runton Church Hall

AgeUK 4th Thurs 10am Drop in. Library t: 01692 402 482

1st Suffield Park Guides Weds evenings

Acol Bridge Club Tues 2pm. All abilities.
Weybourne Village Hall. t:515 588
Badminton Thurs. Gresham Village Hall t: 07917 596 797
Beachcombers Dining Club 1st Mon 7pm: The Feathers
Hotel, Holt. t: Hazel 838 566
Cash Bingo Tues 8pm Aldborough community centre.
Cantamus Choir 7.30pm Thurs. Southrepps Church.
t: 07785 782 498.
Crazee Kidz Club 7pm 2nd & 4th Fri. term time. Roughton
Village Hall 7-16yrs. t:768 138
Cromer & Sheringham Brass Band 7.45pm Thurs Upper
Sheringham Village Hall t:733 638
Cromer Air Rifle Club 9am Sun. Nr. Sheringham. t: 570 223
Extend exercise for over 60s Mon 2.30pm Northrepps
Village Hall t:768 159
Farmers Market 1st Sun 9.30am - 12.30pm Aldborough
Community Hall t: 768 766
Fit Together Health Walks t: 07766 259 999
Fit Together Tea Dance Tues 2-4pm Briston Copeman
Centre - 2 Info: 07766 259 999
Greenfingers Gardening Club 7.30pm 1st Thurs Jubilee
Hall, Banningham t: 761 620
Gym Club Thurs 5-8pm Northrepps Village Hall t: 576 609
Knapton Ladies Club 3rd Mon 7.30pm Knapton Village
Hall t:720 908.
MS Group Mon 10-2pm Southrepps Village Hall t: 823 392
Nordic Walking Tues & Thurs 11am. t: 07825 773 368
Norfolk Dixieland Jazz Band 1.30pm 1st Sun Goat Inn,
Skeyton.Free. t: 01692 538 600.
Norfolk Submariners 1st Wed 12noon Kings Head,
Horsham St Faith t: 511 758
N.N. Minni House Club 2nd Thurs 2pm Bodham Village
Hall t: 826 970.
N. Walsham Cage Bird Club 8pm 3rd Tues
Felmingham Village Hall. t: 01692 404 750
Northrepps Pre-School Mon-Fri Term-time t:579 396
Northrepps R.B.L. 1st Mon. 2nd.Mon. BHs. 7.30pm.
Northrepps Cottage t: 579 633.
N.N. Model Engineering Club 1st Fri 7.30pm High Kelling
Social Centre.
Prize Bingo 7.30pm 1st & 3rd Fri Gimingham Village Hall
Roughton & District WI. 2nd weds of month. 7.30pm
Roughton Village Hall t: 768 106.
Roughton Under 5s Playgroup t:07553 456 083
Rubys Prize Bingo. 1st Sat of month 7.30pm. Lower
Southrepps Social Club
Seniors Swimming Mon & Weds am., Fri pm. Greshams
Swimming Pool, Holt. t: 711 123
Suffield Park Bowls Club. Whist Drives Tues 2.15pm.
Fri twice monthly 7.30pm.
Traditional Catholic Latin Mass 4th. Sun 5.30pm Mission
Rooms Horsham St. Faiths (opp.Church) t: 01603 788 873
Trunch Bumbles Pre-school t: 720 931
Trunch Friends 2nd Tues 2pm Trunch Village Hall t:721 570
Trunch Methodist Church 1st Sat 10am - noon. Coffee
Morning. Stalls Cakes t: 720 145
Weybourne Folk Club 3rd Sun 3-6pm Maltings Hotel,
Weybourne.t:588 781
Whist Drive: 7.30pm 3rd Friday Antingham Village Hall
Woodlands Pre-School phone for info t: 834 148

North Walsham

Animal Magic Dog Club t: Kathy 720 730

Arthritis Care group - 3rd Thursday in the month at the
Community Centre North Walsham at 2.30pm. Tel 01263
722778 for information.
Beginners Tai Chi & Qigong. Tues St. Benets Hall.
Qigong 6.30pm. Tai Chi 7.30pm. t: 01603 466 120
Bipolar Self Help Group 3rd Thurs 2pm Saddlers Shop
t: 0854 434 9872
Charity Bingo Weds 8pm Community Centre.t: 01692 407 214
Extend Over 60s Exercise Mon. Methodist Church Hall
t: 01692 407 851
Judo Tues 7pm. Millfield Primary School. t: Hazel: 579 345
Lions Club Contact Secretary Elize Wheeler 07788940909
We meet every 1st Monday in the month 7.30pm at the pm
eyes down NW Community Centre
We also provide the Lions Bingo on every Weds 730pm eyes
down for 8pm at North Walsham Community Centre
N.N. Speakers Club 7pm alt. Weds. High School
t: Gillian :01692 650 250
Parkinson Support Group 2nd Tues 10:30am Sacred Heart
Church Hall. t:01692 406 486
Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Meeting House,
Mundesley Rd. near Swafield.
RAFA 7.30pm First Tues. Bluebell Inn
Reading 4 U 3rd Wed 9.45am St.Johns Hall t: 768 164
Short & Sweet book group 1-2pm Tues every 3 weeks
Library. t: 01692 402 482
Spiritualist Centre Sun: 6.30pm St Johns Ambulance Hall.
The Wheel of Light 1st Thurs 7.30pm Orchard Gardens
Pub. t: 721 484
Victory Explorers Weds eve 14 - 18 yrs t: 01692 406415
Walsham Writers Group: www.walshamwritersgroup.com
Weavers Morris Dancers Wed 7.45pm St Nicholas Room
t: 01692 404 447


Beetle Drive 3rd Tues.7.30pm St.Josephs Church

Bridge The Morley. Duplicates Thurs 7pm Beginners Fri 2pm
t: 822 087
Bounce & Rhyme under 5s Tues 10.15am : Library. t: 822 874
CAB. YESU,Thurs 10-2pm t: 01692 402 570
Chess. All ages & abilities. 7.30 Fri. Morley Club. t: 576 575.
Christian Spiritualist Church Tues 7.30pm Oddfellows Hall
t 513 067
English Country Dancing Mons 7.30pm Methodist Church
Hall t: 01692 404 447
Evening W.I. 2nd Mon. Community Centre t: 649 227
Gingerbread Fri pm. Friends Meeting Hse t: 0785 9364 702
Harry Upcher Lodge ROAB Mon 8.15pm Tyneside Club.
Hearing Aid Clinic 10-12pm 1st Mon. Age Concern.
Ladies Fellowship 7.30pm 2nd Tues Salvation Army.
Lip reading classes Thurs 1.30 - 3.30pm Health Centre
t: 0344 800 8002
MS meet 7pm 1st & 3rd Wed. Robin Hood Pub, t: 823 392
Old Shannocks 2.15pm last Wed. Community Rooms.
Quaker Meetings Sun 10.30am Cremer St.
RAFA. 11am 3rd Tues of month. t: 519 684
Saturday Super Sale First Sat 9-11am. Salvation Army Hall.
Sheringham & Cromer Lions Club 2nd & 4th Tues.
The Morley Club. t: 821 276
Sheringham Lace Makers. Mon 1pm, St Andrews Church
Hall. t: 822 075.
Sheringham Singers Ladies Choir Tues 2pm Lighthouse
Community Church t: 768 126
Sheringham Voyager 2pm 1st & 3rd Thurs Community
Centre t: 01692 500 550
Fellowship Choir 10am Mon St. Andrews Church. t:761 482

The Runtons

Bingo Sun & Wed 7.30pm Bernies Social Club East Runton
N.N. Chess Club Fri 7.30pm. W. Runton Social Club t:
823 814
Pilates Classes All ages, abilities, male /female.
Mon.10am E. Runton Community Hall t: 588 935 or Mob.
07900 733 832 Philatelic Society 2nd Mon 7.30pm


All at Pilgrim Shelter. Free Parking

Whist Mon & Thurs 1 for1.15pm deal. t: Liz 834 965
Yoga Mon 7.30pm t: Linda 834 349
Slimming Club Tues 1.45pm t: Val 579 797



Walking Football with James

Starting Tuesday January 5th 10-00-1100am with James Tuthill
All abilities, male and female (please
wear suitable clothing and footwear)
A fun and social way to get exercise and
meet new people

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Special Events



WEDS 24th February
To: king495@btinternet.com


(Methodist Rooms or Coronation Hall

until further notice due to storm damage
of the church rooms)
Every Wednesday 7-00-8-00
Yoga with Julie
Suitable for all abilities
Mats available if needed.
All classes are ten weeks for 10-00
bookable online at www.northnorfolk.
org/book or pay 10-00 on the day.
These classes will potentially run for
forty weeks with a view to making them
sustainable for the community.
Sunday 7 Feb Trimingham Table
Top Sale Pilgrim Shelter 0830 to
1pm Fresh local organic bread, local
craft, local jams, gifts, children's
books,secondhand books 20p Bric a
brac and the best bacon rolls for 1
in North Norfolk FREE PARKING
FREE ADMISSION Liz 01263 834965
Thursday 18th February - 2.30pm at the
Community Centre North Walsham.
Arthritis Care (North Walsham Branch) Demonstration and entertainment by The
Windmill Handbell Ringers .
New members welcome.

To Submit Regular or Special Events in the

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PLEASE e-mail CONCISE copy
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Drop into K. Hardware in Cromer
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Saturday 13 Feb St Andrews Church

East Runton 10-12 noon CHOCOLATE
COFFEE MORNING Homemade cakes
raffle, Bric a brac and much more

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After School ClubSchools Out- on Fridays3.30pm-4.45pmin
term time; for children of primary school age. Games,
competitions, craft, tuck shop. Drop in after school.
Football - Training on Thursdays @ Sheringham Recreation
Ground; U10&U12 6-7 pm; U14 & U16 7-8 pm;
U16&Adults 8-9 pm. Matches are played on Saturday mornings.
Jigsaw- Parent and Toddler Group - Thursdays from 9.30am in
term time, for anyone from birth to 5 years with their parent or
carer. Soft play Zone and refreshments included.
Kaleidoscope - Tuesday from 2.30 pm Activities include demonstrations, outings, quizzes,
talks, discussions, a short prayer and, of course, coffee and cake.
Life GroupsWednesday 7.30 pm - for young people and adults; contact for more details.
Painting - Its Fun to Paint- Thursdays 7.30 pm SAD Club First and third Tuesdays 7.00 pm - for those anxious or depressed.
Table Tennis Monday and Tuesday7.009.30 pm(Tuesdays until 10 pm)
Tea Club on Sunday Afternoon -First Sunday of the month from3-4.30 pm, entertainment and
quiz with tea and cakes. All welcome.

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Youth Club - The Mix - Fridays at 7.30pm in term time for Y6 and all High School ages; Pool,
table tennis, table football, big screen xbox, snack shack, card games, speed stax, nail painting,
indoor sports and sofas!
For information on the above activities..... www.lighthousesheringham.org

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