News

  1. Art for Cure

    By Ed. on May 5th, 2017

    Raising money for the care and cure of breast cancer, SHE is an inspired collection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics and prints, all about women. It is showing on the weekend of 3rd and 4th June at the Garage Gallery, Aldeburgh. Sarah Muir Poland …

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  2. Chas Elliott

    By Sonia Elliott on April 29th, 2017

    My lovely Chas died early this morning - very peacefully. He did not want a funeral and has chosen Direct Cremation, the same as Bowie and Lennon. Rock n' Roll to the end!

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  3. St Andrew's church

    By Joanna Saunders and Julia Josephs on April 19th, 2017

    "St. Andrew’s church council was upset to realise we had not picked up that the Annual Parish Meeting was taking place on 13 April and so a representative had failed to attend.  The meeting came in the middle of the Holy Week Services and we were …

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  4. A Walberswick Scroll "Double-Header"

    By John English on April 17th, 2017

    Saturday, 13th May.  A unique opportunity to view the scroll, then hear and question the experts. There will be three showings of the scroll in the Heritage Hut at 10am, 11am and 12 noon, to be followed by an evening on John Doman Turner and the …

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  5. Funeral Service

    By on April 16th, 2017

    Monica Louisa Old (Christine's mother) died peacefully at Green Gates on 29th March. Her funeral service will take place at Sacred Heart Church Southwold on Tuesday, 18th April 2017 at 12 noon. For further details please see the notice in the village …

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  6. Easter Egg Hunt

    By News Ed on April 11th, 2017

    The Annual Walberswick Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Easter Sunday

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  7. Bird Song Walk

    By Ed. on April 10th, 2017

    Saturday, 6th May 2017 Meet at 5.30am in the Hoist Covert Car Park Pat will lead the walk as a tribute to her husband Tony Lancaster. Contributions will now be donated to the Walberswick Bird Hide Project. For more information click here to go to the …

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  8. Vacancy for a Councillor

    By Ed. on April 10th, 2017

    Our Parish Council is once again quorate, so there are now three vacancies for Councillors on the Walberswick Parish Council due to the resignation of Raymond Catchpole, Phillip Dunnett and Paul Widdowson.

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  9. Good news for Walberswick walkers and wildlife

    By News ed. on April 7th, 2017

    Over the last week the Environment Agency has been busy closing the breach between the sea and marsh close to Dunwich. The result is that you can walk along the beach to and from Dunwich once more without getting wet, or having to be rescued by the …

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  10. Bag and Bin or Stick and Flick?

    By News Ed. on April 3rd, 2017

    Walberswick is a haven for dog walkers and home to canine friends of all shapes and sizes. From the giant Jagger, to the diminutive Bonny, they all enjoy a Dog's Life that even some of us humans covet; beautiful countryside, dog friendly pubs and a …

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