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  1. Appeal for committee members

    By News Ed on December 1st, 2017

    As you will have seen from the Village News Alan Walpole is retiring as secretary of the Walberswick Local History Group, following many years in the post, and as there is now a total of three members retiring there is an appeal for new committee …

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  2. Tommy visits Walberswick

    By Sheila Parry on August 20th, 2017

    The village was honoured to receive a visit in August from Tommy, the hero of the animated short film, A War to End No Wars that follows a British soldier’s experiences in the trenches during the Great War. During his visit to Walberswick, Tommy …

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  3. ITV Anglia reports on Walberswick Scroll

    By News Ed on May 17th, 2017

    For those who missed it, Anglia News has featured Walberswick's unique 123 foot long village scroll, painted by John Doman Turner between 1931 and 1932. There are interviews with Richard Scott, are own resident expert on the subject and Esther Freud, …

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  4. First Class mystery

    By News Ed. on May 9th, 2016

    Do you recognise the elegant woman in this photograph? We have been contacted by someone from North Norfolk who bought a book at the village fete last year, she recently opened the book and this photo fell out. Ideally she would like to return it to …

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  5. Do you remember the summer of '67?

    By News Ed. on September 19th, 2014

    A few days ago we received a wonderful message from a gentleman in Genova, Italy, by the name of Santo. We wonder if anyone remembers his visit. He informed us that in 1967 he spent a summer in the village working at The Anchor and has fond memories …

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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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