1. Yet Another New Business Venture!

    By News ed on July 18th, 2013

      It is not just the adults who are enterprising in this village, 13 year old Ben Rouke has taken the initiative of setting up his own venture to keep himself busy during school holidays. He is offering his services as a general 'Odd Job Man' and …

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  2. Conservation Consultation

    By News Ed on July 2nd, 2013

    If you live in Walberswick you should have recently recieved a letter from Suffolk Coastal about the conservation area consultations. You can see further information here: Conservation area appraisals consultation "The purpose of a conservation area …

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  3. Parish Clerk Resigns

    By News Ed on July 2nd, 2013

    Item 9 on yesterdays Parish Council Meeting Agenda read "Replacement Clerk" and the village learnt that Jane Gomm has resigned. Jane has worked tirelessly for both the old Parish Council and the new Interim Council for two years. When she took over, …

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  4. Another New Business for the Village

    By News Ed. on July 2nd, 2013

    Another new business has opened in Walberswick this month.  Irri-G8 has been set up by Chris Hosea, 34, who has been working in the irrigation and landscaping world since he left school and  5 years ago he moved to Suffolk, from Warwickshire, to …

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  5. Birth

    By News ed. on June 3rd, 2013

    February 22nd, 2013 - to Fiona and Chris Hosea, a daughter Juliet Elouise.

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  6. Schools Archeology Report

    By News ed. on May 28th, 2013

    Following the recent project in the village, Access Cambridge Archeology has made the dig results available on their website, you can also download the report here. It makes fascinating reading!

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  7. Black Dog Deli Opens

    By News Ed on May 22nd, 2013

    Both passionate about food, chefs George Brentnall and Isabel Simmonds have opened a delicatessen in Walberswick in the premises that was the original ‘Tuck Shop’ on The Street. Many years ago the shop was the home of the village cobbler, before …

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  8. Wally's Bridge

    By News Ed on May 21st, 2013

    On Saturday May 18th, in grey cold weather, the village turned out in force to honour Wally Webb and see Pamela Webb officially open the bridge, which has been dedicated to him. Wally was instrumental in the restoration of the bridge after the …

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  9. Schools Archeological Project in Walberswick

    By Ed. on May 2nd, 2013

    This week the village has been privileged to host local students as part of Cambridge University's Higher Education Field Academy project (HEFA). The students were chosen through the gifted and talented scheme at their schools and the …

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  10. Planning applications

    By Ed. on April 30th, 2013

    You can now see all the planning applications which are of interest to Walberswick on the Parish Council pages. Click here then just click the application number and the link takes you straight through. Next look at "documents" and you may find a …

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