News

  1. Walberswick by Bruno Guaitamacchi

    By News Ed on January 16th, 2018

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust are raising funds for their Suffolk Broads Appeal, supported by Sir David Attenborough, by selling a framed print by Bruno Guaitamacchi (1931 - 2005). More information about the print, called Walberswick and showing a view of …

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  2. In-home healthcare changes

    By James Darkins, Chairman Walberswick Common Lands Charity on January 12th, 2018

    In December, the Trustees of the Walberswick Common Lands Charity made their grant allocations for 2018, totalling over £48,000, which they understand is a record amount. This includes £5,000 to the various state schools attended by 25 children …

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  3. Poldark on Stage at Walberswick Village Hall

    By New Ed on January 8th, 2018

    A Q&A with the makers of the television blockbuster will be held in Walberswick Village Hall on Saturday 17th February, doors open at 6.45pm. Helen Atkinson Wood, actress, presenter and comedian, will be in conversation with the producers of …

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  4. Children's Club

    By News contributor on January 8th, 2018

    Hot news! Children, mums and dads - due to the amazing success of the new Walberswick Children's Club, they will be meeting on the first Friday of every month right through till July. See the Diary for more information.

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  5. Penelope Keith's Coastal Villages

    By New Ed on December 30th, 2017

    Penelope Keith Coastal Villages airs on More 4, and on January 2nd episode three will feature our very own shore. As you may remember the crew visited the village last Summer, and as this series continues its seaside journey of discovery through East …

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  6. Radio 4 - New Years Day

    By News Ed on December 20th, 2017

    Conversations from a Long Marriage 11:30-12:00, BBC Radio 4 Joanna Lumley and Roger Allam play a couple who have been married for over 40 years. Children of the Sixties, they’re still free spirits,  drawn together by their passion for music – …

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  7. Look familiar?

    By News Ed on December 14th, 2017

    Walberswick has been a regluar location for both moving pictures and photographic shoots over the years, and we are all used to walking over the dunes to see crew and cast making the most of our landscape. In recent years the darker dramas seem to …

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  8. Funeral arrangements for Brian Anthony Morton

    By Claire Whittenbury on December 11th, 2017

    The funeral for Brian Anthony Morton will be held at Blythburgh church at 11 am on Monday 18th December. This will be followed by a family burial - family flowers only please.

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  9. On this day!

    By Archives contributor on December 7th, 2017

    GLOBAL WARMING! In the first week of December 1949 the Gloucestershire Echo published this article about unseasonal blossom! We transcribe it here by kind permission of The British Newspaper Archives.  "Purple Rhododendrons are in full bloom at …

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  10. Appeal for committee members

    By News Ed on December 1st, 2017

    As you will have seen from the Village News Alan Walpole is retiring as secretary of the Walberswick Local History Group, following many years in the post, and as there is now a total of three members retiring there is an appeal for new committee …

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