1. Think before you park

    By News ed on May 29th, 2017

    Inconsiderate parking is a problem everywhere, and Walberswick is not immune. Today bin lorries have been unable to access many homes due to two cars parking so badly that even private vehicles struggled to get through. Emergency vehicles would not …

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  2. Village Fête 2017

    By Fete Committee on May 25th, 2017

    Preparations for this year's Fête are well under way. Click here to read all about it - AND, find out how you can help!

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  3. Police Connect

    By on May 24th, 2017

    The website has been asked to publish the following message: With the UK terror threat level being raised to ‘critical’, Suffolk Police are continuing to urge residents to be vigilant. The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre raised the threat level …

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  4. Churchyard Angels

    By John Simpson on May 17th, 2017

    Would anyone care to join a small team to carry out simple light maintenance jobs at ground level around the churchyard? It would take up "a couple of hours now and then" using your own general gardening tools and gloves. The immediate need is for …

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  5. ITV Anglia reports on Walberswick Scroll

    By News Ed on May 17th, 2017

    For those who missed it, Anglia News has featured Walberswick's unique 123 foot long village scroll, painted by John Doman Turner between 1931 and 1932. There are interviews with Richard Scott, are own resident expert on the subject and Esther Freud, …

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  6. The Sky's the Limit

    By News ed on May 16th, 2017

    Many of you will know Ben Rourke from The Anchor, where he has worked during school holidays and weekends over the last three years, starting as ‘glass collector’. It’s been a crucial role for him in more ways than one and the money he has …

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  7. Crabbing history

    By News Ed on May 16th, 2017

    The iconic "I caught crabs in Walberswick' T-shirts have been gathering dust in my shed for the last 7 years, and after consultation with the last remaining Crabbing Championship Committee member, it has been decided that they should have a new home …

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  8. Walberswick Bird Song Walk 2017 – A Tribute to Tony Lancaster

    By Pat Lancaster on May 10th, 2017

    I thought you might like to know how the Bird Song Walk went. It was an extremely cold morning but I was warmed and honoured to have had so many friends come along to support me. A bit daunting at first but realising the affection everyone had for …

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  9. Southwold Gorse Fire

    By News Ed on May 8th, 2017

    A serious fire has devastated reedbeds and heathland on Southwold common, and caused smoke damage to the Golf Club. Miraculously there were no casualties. Local news agencies have all reported on the event and the incredible work of the Fire …

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  10. The Church Tower

    By on May 7th, 2017

    Click here to see views from St Andrew's church tower which will be open on at least four Saturdays this summer - 27th May, 29th July, 12th August and 19th August. Click here to see what else is on in Walberswick.

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