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The 23rd edition of the re-launched Marsham Village News.

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<ul><li><p>Marsham </p><p>Village News </p><p> 23rd Edition May 2014 </p><p>Deadline for the next edition is </p><p>Wednesday 21st May 2014. Any </p><p>articles, letters or adverts </p><p>should be sent to </p><p>adrianscargill@talktalk.net or, </p><p>if anything needs typing, to </p><p>Linda and Eric at 3 Cranes Lane. </p><p>This months photograph was </p><p>taken in Old Norwich Road. </p><p>Dont forget that you can now </p><p>see the village newsletter </p><p>online through a Facebook </p><p>account or by typing </p><p>http://on.fb.me/1dDSpAy into </p><p>the address line of your </p><p>browser. You also have the </p><p>possibility of leaving comments </p><p>and feedback on our Facebook </p><p>page. </p><p>Please send any locally themed </p><p>or seasonal photographs to </p><p>adrianscargill@talktalk.net </p></li><li><p>Dont forget to let us have details of any up and coming events which we will include on this page. </p><p>Send to adrianscargill@talktalk.net or deliver to 12 Old Norwich Road. </p><p>Dementia Awareness Week </p><p>As part of the Alzheimers Society Dementia </p><p>Awareness Week, the Aylsham Market Surgery Patient </p><p>Participation Group would like to invite you to a </p><p>Dementia Awareness Information Morning. This will </p><p>be held on Friday May 23rd at the Market Surgery in </p><p>Aylsham from 10am to 12pm. There will be </p><p>information leaflets and advice available for patients </p><p>and carers and we will be joined by a dementia </p><p>support worker from the Alzheimers Society who will </p><p>be able to help with any questions you have. </p><p>Mobile library in Marsham The Norfolk County Council mobile library van will </p><p>be in Marsham on Monday 12th May, 9th June,7th </p><p>July and 4th August. The stop-off points are </p><p>Le Neve Road - 15.30 to 15.45 </p><p>Wathen Way - 15.50 to 16.05 </p><p>Downsizing Garage Sale </p><p>Saturday 17th May </p><p>at 10.30 am 1.30 pm </p><p>at Sunnybank, 28 High Street, Marsham </p><p>10% of all proceeds to: </p><p>Marsham Community Public </p><p>Access Defibrillator Project </p><p>Enquiries: 01263 735192 </p><p>QUIZ NIGHT </p><p>In aid of Marsham Community Public Access </p><p>Defibrillator Project </p><p>Friday 6th June at 7.30 p.m. </p><p>at The Plough </p><p>Teams of up to 6 people - 2 per head </p><p>Register with Nicola Hibberd at </p><p>nicola.hibberd@talktalk.net or 01263 733557 </p></li><li><p>Letters to the Editor </p><p>The letters in this section are published unedited and do not necessarily reflect the views of the </p><p>editing committee. We see the Village Newsletter as a channel for people in the village to air their </p><p>views positive and negative. </p><p> Bottle Banks in Old Norwich Road Apologies to Mike Stephenson of Old Norwich Road for not attributing him with last months letter about the bottle banks. Incidentally it has been much tidier the last few weeks but the challenge will come as the banks fill up. </p><p>Please help find my babys changing bag </p><p>Some of you may have received a flier through </p><p>your door recently, regarding a missing </p><p>changing bag containing a number of valuable </p><p>items, taken from a van in the drive at Foundry </p><p>House. </p><p>Can you help? If so, contact Maxine on 01263 649114). </p><p>Walter John Clutterbuck </p><p>Having seen a couple of photographs published in the EDP recently I was prompted to look on-line for more information. The final photo of the series was entitled Our Marsham Forge taken by Walter John Clutterbuck (1853-1937) of Marsham Hall in 1922, and part of the Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre which unfortunately closed in February. </p><p>I quote: Walter Clutterbuck came from a wealthy Wiltshire family but spent much of his life (when not travelling) in Norfolk, first at Northrepps Cottage, then Marsham Hall. As a young man he was a supervisor in a Ceylon tea plantation for a time but ultimately had no need to work. His main passions seem to have been travel and photography and which he successfully combined. He published four travel books and at the age of 39 married an artist Violet Smith who had connections locally. Walter Clutterbuck was an accomplished photographer </p><p>The Norfolk Heritage Centre holds the main body of his photographic work: 35 albums and 48 exhibition prints. The albums are a record of home life and travels including visits to Norway, Brittany, Tenerife, St Tropez, Japan, Dalmatia, Belgium and India. </p><p>He exhibited his photographs at the Royal Photographic Society in 1911. Some of his photographs can be viewed on the Norfolk Heritage Centre web site. </p><p>I couldnt find out much about Violet, but she seems to have been a successful artist. Was she the Mrs Clutterbuck who was founding member in 1919 and for many years President of Marsham WI, I wonder? Perhaps there are still Marsham residents who already knew about this Marsham couple and their work. </p><p>Dorothy McCall </p><p>Dorothy, I have included two paintings by Violet Clutterbuck. Adrian </p></li><li><p>Salad Days Fresh fruit &amp; vegetables and plants </p><p>Fruit baskets a speciality Now taking card payments </p><p> Dennis Carroll </p><p>The Fruit Stall </p><p>Outside the town hall </p><p>Aylsham </p><p>T: 07788 133741 </p><p>E: denssaladdays@tiscali.co.uk </p><p>Free delivery to Marsham for orders </p><p>over 5. </p><p> Shoe Box T.Rayner </p><p>Shoe &amp; Leather Repairs Bags, Backpacks, Polishes, Cleaners etc. </p><p>Blofield Loke, AYLSHAM </p><p>Independent Funeral Homes Ltd. </p><p>We are a traditional family run funeral directors offering the </p><p>highest standards of personal service at competitive rates. </p><p>* Private Chapel of Rest * Pre-paid plans Available * </p><p>* Floral Tributes, Memorials and Catering Supplied * </p><p>* Home Visits at No Extra Charge * </p><p>We offer a wide and varied range of services and strive to ensure </p><p>that we fulfil and hopefully surpass your expectations whatever </p><p>they may be. </p><p>Tel: 01263 735161 (24 Hours) </p><p>The Old Bank, 2-4 Norwich Road, Aylsham, NR11 6BN </p><p>www.ivanfisherfunerals.co.uk </p><p>SIMON EMMS </p><p>MOTOR VEHICLE REPAIRS HIGH STREET </p><p>LITTLE LONDON </p><p>MARSHAM NR10 5QG </p><p>FOR ALL YOUR </p><p>M.O.T., REPAIRS, SERVICING, </p><p>AIR-CONDITIONING SERVICING, WHEEL ALIGNMENT, </p><p>VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS ETC. </p><p>01263 731555 Mobile 07780604279 </p><p>TONY GLENN </p><p>PLUMBING AND HEATING ENGINEER </p><p>Gas and Oil boilers supplied, fitted and </p><p>serviced. </p><p>Water softeners supplied and fitted. </p><p>01263 734853 </p><p>07770 741441 </p><p> ERIC POOLEY LIMITED BUILDERS </p><p>New builds Extensions Renovation </p><p>Roofing Drainage </p><p>Damp Proofing works Timber Treatment </p><p>Dry Rot Tanking </p><p>Free Surveys and Reports </p><p> 01263 732763 www.ericpooley.co.uk </p><p>Unit 6 Home Farm Business Park, Norwich Road, Marsham, </p><p>NR10 5PQ </p><p>If you would like to advertise in the newspaper, space is available at the following rates per year 1/8 </p><p>page 25, page 40, page 75 </p><p>Contact Adrian at adrianscargill@talktalk.net if you are interested. </p></li><li><p>MARSHAM CHURCH SERVICES FOR OCTOBER 2013 </p><p>6th October 10.45am Harvest Festival </p><p>13th October 10.45am Holy Communion </p><p>20th October 10.45am Family Service </p><p>27th October 10.45am Family Service </p><p>G.C.BOND est. 1920 01263 732259 </p><p>Butcher - Fishmonger - Fried Fish &amp; Chips Best quality local meat </p><p>Fresh fish from Lowestoft </p><p>Free delivery to Marsham - Tuesdays and Fridays </p><p>MARSHAM CHURCH SERVICES FOR MAY 3rd May 11.30am Holy Communion </p><p>11th May 10.30am Benefice Holy Communion at LAMMAS with BISHOP </p><p>JONATHON </p><p>18th May 11.30am Family Service </p><p>25th May 11.30am Family Service </p><p>MONDAY 26th May COFFEE MORNING with plants and stalls 10 - 12. </p><p>Donated plants can be left in the porch </p><p>EASTER LILIES </p><p>Easter Lilies were sponsored by Mr and Mrs HENSBY and </p><p>FAMILY, Mr and Mrs MEEKS, Mrs R PAYNE, </p><p>Mr and Mrs MURRELL, </p><p>Mrs D TAYLOR, Mrs J WALLMAN. </p></li><li><p>ITEMS FOR SALE </p><p> If you would like to advertise something for sale, or if there is something you are </p><p>looking for, send details to adrianscargill@talktalk.net or 12 Old Norwich Road or, if the </p><p>advert needs typing, deliver to Linda and Eric at 3 Cranes Lane. </p></li><li><p> MarshamWI </p><p>In March two of our members enjoyed a day at the Norfolk Federation AGM held in St Andrews Hall in Norwich. As reported in the EDP this meeting was attended by more than 700 people from 150 institutes </p><p>around the county. Speakers included Greg Smith, the Chief executive of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural </p><p>Association, and Katie Soden of Priscilla Bacon Lodge. </p><p> The speaker for our March meeting here in the village hall was Neil Storey, who came to talk to us about </p><p>The Great War and we were joined by a few of our partners and some visitors from The British Legion. </p><p>Neil showed slides of young Norfolk men in uniform preparing to go off to serve their country. The three </p><p>sons of the 3rd</p><p> Earl of Leicester went as well as all the male staff from the Holkham Estate, and the Countess </p><p>of Leicester became involved with the work of Red Cross nurses. Regiments were formed by many Norfolk </p><p>Estates and employers such as Colonel Barclay at Hanworth, the Sandringham Estate and Colmans of Norwich to mention just a few. </p><p>Our competition for March was to bring along a medal or badge of any sort, and we had quite a nice </p><p>selection. Our Group meeting this year is to be held at Reepham Town Hall on 9th</p><p> May and the speaker on </p><p>this occasion is an anaesthetist from the Norfolk &amp; Norwich University Hospital with a talk entitled Its a Gas that promises to be amusing! The next craft project will be an entry for the Royal Norfolk Show, the theme being Norfolk in a Basket and hopefully we can come up with some good ideas for that. </p><p>Our May meeting is on 28th</p><p> when we will be reading through the Resolutions and deciding which one </p><p>Marsham will vote for at the WI National Annual Meeting in June. New or returning members are very </p><p>welcome to come along and join our meetings, transport need not be a problem as we could arrange for you </p><p>to be picked up if you need to be call me on 01263 732606 or email at dorothymccall2@aol.com. Meetings are usually held on the 4</p><p>th Wednesday of the month in the Village Hall at 7.30pm. </p><p> Dorothy McCall </p><p>Marsham Community Public Access Defibrillator Project </p><p>Thank you to Eric Pooley Builders for their generous donation this month and our thanks also to the </p><p>Ladies British Legion for the donation from their recent quiz night held in Marsham. The current total </p><p>raised for the project is now 588. </p><p>We will be holding a Quiz Night on Friday June 6th at 7.30pm at The Plough </p><p>Inn in Marsham. All the money raised will go towards the Defibrillator Project so please come along and support us. Teams can include up to 6 people. </p><p>You can also donate to the project on-line at https://pledgie.com/campaigns/24626. </p><p>If you can help with fundraising or would like more information about the project please contact Nicola </p><p>Hibberd on 01263 733557 or email nicola.hibberd@talktalk.net. Thank you </p><p>NEWS FROM MARSHAM PARISH COUNCIL Contact details for complaining about the smell/flies/rats from the waste/compost site are 0800 80 70 60 </p><p>or Minicom service, for the hard of hearing: 03702 422 549. </p></li></ul>