1. Success!

    By Bill Ungless, Chair Heritage Hut/Scroll Committee on July 23rd, 2017

    The Walberswick Parish Council has recently appointed an advisory Heritage Hut and Walberswick Scroll Committee. Both the Heritage Hut and the Walberswick Scroll are owned by the WPC and our aim is to improve the accommodation within the Hut to make …

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  2. Walberswick Village Scroll

    By John English on July 12th, 2017

    Did you see the Scroll featured on Anglia TV in May? There will be three more showings on Saturday, 5th August in the Heritage Hut on the Green.  Between 1931 and 1932, J. Doman Turner, a local artist, decided to paint a picture of every house in …

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  3. Summer Sports and Performing Arts

    By Ed. on June 16th, 2017

    Marie and Hannah have excelled themselves this year, arranging yet more fun for Walberswick children and our visitors. With many thanks to the Walberswick Common Lands Charity for their continuing support, these ever popular multi acitvity days on …

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  4. A new church mouse

    By Ed. on June 15th, 2017

    St Andrew's is now the proud owner of a piece of eclesiastical furniture made by Robert Mouseman Thompson. Julia Josephs tells us that when St Edmund's recently found they had no room for this useful oak display stand, they kindly offered it to St …

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  5. Restoration complete!

    By News ed on June 2nd, 2017

    Those of us up with the lark were delighted to meet the gentleman responsible for giving our much loved (and photographed) telephoone box a coat of paint. He arrived at 6am and by the time the Village Green started to fill up he had completed its …

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  6. Wild flower meadow

    By Ed. on June 1st, 2017

    Local artist Sarah Muir Poland tells us she will be opening her wild flower meadow and painting studio over the weekend 24th/25th June for the first time at May House, Lodge Road. (May House is the last house on the sea side as you are going out …

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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