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  1. Summer Holiday Performing Arts

    By Ed. on August 1st, 2017

    Look what Walberswick's children have been up to.  Hannah Sutton tells us "We had our first drama and dance club today as part of our summer holiday clubs. It was a massive success". If your children are interested in joining in, there is another …

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  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. The King's River

    By News Ed. on March 20th, 2017

    The King’s River is a unique musical theatre performance which has been commissioned by The Woodbridge Riverside Trust to celebrate the opening of the community space on the former Whisstocks Boatyard site down by the river near The Tide Mill in …

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  8. Excitement on the Blyth as RNLI complete training exercises

    By News Ed. on April 15th, 2016

    To a casual observer it could have appeared that real drama was unfolding on the harbour last night. As the sun set two men could be seen apparently throwing an adult male over the railings into the Blyth, and within moments Southwold lifeboat was …

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  9. Village Fete 2016

    By News Ed. on March 23rd, 2016

    Nigel and Margreet Walpole are delighted to announce that Clive Brynley-Jones has offered to take over the lead in this year's Walberswick Fete (save the date in your diary - Saturday, 27 August). Clive is ideal for the role, having been deeply …

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  10. Walberswick Walks

    By News Ed. on March 15th, 2016

    The eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed some updating of Walberswick's only official website over recent weeks. We've got a new look for our Home Page with the beautiful paintings from the village scroll by J. Doman Turner featuring heavily and …

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