marsham village news (34th edition)
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Marsham Village News
June 2015 34th Edition
The deadline for the next edition is Tuesday 23rd June 2015. Any articles, letters or adverts should be sent to email@example.com or, if anything needs typing, to Linda and Eric at 3 Cranes Lane.
A stunning display of wisteria on Old Norwich Road.
By the time you read this edition of the Newsletter, the Village Hall Committee and Defibrillator Group will have held their Garage and Garden Sale. It promised to be a very successful event with
27 stalls and tables booked. Lets hope the weather was kind! Remember that you can see the Newsletter online at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marsham-Village-News/521859914553706
Dont forget to let us have details of any up and coming events which we will include on this page. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver to 12 Old Norwich Road.
Mobile library in Marsham The Norfolk County Council mobile library van will be in Marsham on Monday 8th June. The stop-off points are Le Neve Road - 15.30 to 15.45 Wathen Way - 15.50 to 16.05
Marsham Belles will be holding rehearsals every Wednesday afternoon in June, except the 3rd. Everyone welcome to listen to the bells, have a cup of tea and a chat.
Marsham Belles have two forthcoming events to help raise funds towards helping the victims of the Nepalese earthquakes. Ann Eglington, our team leader, who lived in Marsham, is holding a garden party, hopefully with strawberry tea in her garden at Wheatsheaf House, Corpusty on Sunday 5th July, from 3.00 to 5.00 We are then following up on this with a similar event in the village hall on Saturday 18th July, from 2.00 to 4.00 Anne and Peter have friends in Nepal and support a village school there, and this area has been badly affected by the earthquakes.
Your support would be welcome and appreciated.
Quiz and Chips Night at Marsham village hall
on Saturday 13th June
in aid of the Aylsham & District Women's Section RBL
Max 6 in a team, 7 per head
Team name and food choices to Hazel (734091)or Jennie (733940)by June 10th.
Cod and chips or double sausage alternative with chips. 7.00 for 7.30 start
Letters to the Editor The letters in this section are published unedited and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editing committee. We see the Village Newsletter as a channel for people in the village to air their views positive and negative.
DEATH It is with great sadness we announce the death of Mrs EILEEN MARTELL of Cranes Lane. Much loved wife of PETER, mother of CAROL (deceased), LORNA and ADRIAN, GRANDMOTHER and GREAT GRANDMOTHER and Mother-in-law.
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MARSHAM CHURCH SERVICES FOR OCTOBER 2013 6th October 10.45am Harvest Festival 13th October 10.45am Holy Communion 20th October 10.45am Family Service 27th October 10.45am Family Service
MARSHAM CHURCH SERVICES FOR JUNE 28th June 10.30am Holy Communion ALTAR FLOWERS 13th May in memory of REG SUFFLING FLOODLIGHTS 14th May in memory of LESLIE BARBER sponsored by MRS BARBER
NEWS FROM MARSHAM PARISH COUNCIL The Environment Agency has re-emphasised the importance of reporting distress or nuisance caused by odour from the site through the usual channels:- Freephone: 0800 80 70 60 (anytime day or night - and at any location)
ALLOTMENT VACANCIES Marsham Parish Council has vacancies for anyone wishing to rent an allotment. If you are interested, please contact Nicola, clerk to Marsham Parish Council on 07855 947797 or email@example.com.
In April Richard Matthew came to speak to us about the history of Dragon Hall, a Grade 1 Listed Building in King Street Norwich. He described how the building was developed as a Trading Hall by Robert Toppes about 1430 for his business trading in wool, cloths, timber and spices from this ideal spot on the riverside. The hall fell into a bad state during the centuries thereafter until a survey in the 1970s discovered the dragon carving and the importance of the Hall was researched. Money was subsequently raised to restore the building to its former glory. Dragon Hall has recently become home for Norwich Writers Centre and will be undergoing further building development but it is hoped that it will still be accessible to visitors on at least a few days per year. In May 6 of us joined 70 members of other WIs at Buxton village hall for our annual Group Meeting where we enjoyed a fish & chip supper. The speaker on this occasion was cartoonist Mark Reynolds, known as Marko. He is also a comedy impressionist and while he demonstrated how he draws cartoons, he became such characters as Eric Morecambe, Frank Spencer, Norman Wisdom etc! Very amusing. Our members who attended the Norfolk Federation Annual meeting in St Andrews Hall had an enjoyable day. One of the speakers was Eric Knowles of Antiques Road Show who was very entertaining. 4th June is National Federation Annual Meeting and as this is our Centenary year special arrangements have been made for live screenings around the country and Marsham members are able to watch the proceedings from Aylsham Town Hall. Many more events are in the diary for the coming months. Our speaker on 24th June will be Glyn Charnock talking about Care of Carpets for the National Trust If you are a woman interested in becoming a member of the largest voluntary womens organisation in the UK in our Centenary year please come along, new or returning members will be very welcome. Meetings are usually held on the 4th Wednesday of the month in the Village Hall at 7.30pm. Contact me on 01263 732606 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any further information.
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