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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. BBC website publishes Walberswick story

    By News Ed. on January 31st, 2016

    An article about the current Walberswick Parish Council has been published on teh BBC website. It can be found here: New councillors appointed

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  4. Village spruced up and open for business

    By News Ed. on March 31st, 2015

    The holiday season is upon us and over the last couple of weeks work has been going on to ready the village for the influx. Two of the most obvious projects have been the restoration of the thatch on what is commonly known as 'the bus stop' or 'the …

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    By Claire Whittenbury on January 6th, 2015

    The following is an open letter from Carla, Daren and family: As most of you are aware, on the 2nd December 2104, I received the worst phone call anyone would dream of receiving, that my son Cory had been in a near fatal car accident and was in a …

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  6. Pat Wythe

    By News Ed. on January 9th, 2014

    Pat Wythe died on 30th December 2013. She was born on the 28th November 1925 in India where her father was working as a mining engineer. From January 1945 to May 1946 Pat served with the Wasbies - Women’s Auxillary Service (Burma). In 1951 she …

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  7. Shells detonated

    By News ed on January 1st, 2014

    Those of you who have been in the village over the past 24 hours will have heard shells being detonated by the Royal Navy team. The Coastguard has informed us that with the continuing high seas there may be further instances of devices being washed …

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  8. Beach closed for bomb disposal

    By News Ed on December 31st, 2013

    The Coast Guard has been in position on the beach for the last 48 hours, keeping watch for 'ship shells', washed up from a dumping ground off the coast. Due to the rough seas a couple were spotted on the beach yesterday but have since been washed out …

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  9. A Narrow Escape

    By News Ed. on December 23rd, 2013

    Walberswick survived the surge, high tide, high wind combination with some damage, but compared with many communities on the East Coast we got off lightly. The sea wall defended us as the surge rose rapidly to flood the marshes and bring water onto …

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  10. 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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