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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. Raising funds and spirits

    By Libby Purvis on September 10th, 2017

    “This” said one of the audience thoughtfully, “must be the first time in five hundred years that music has been played this end of the church”.   That was a thought to reflect on as the last notes died away in the sunset, the chairs and …

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  3. Love Is In The Room

    By Astrid King on August 10th, 2017

    On Sunday, 27th August, the sound of music will be heard coming from St. Andrew’s church ruins (or from inside, if wet). Walberswick’s resident composer Denis King has arranged an evening of songs and swinging jazz with international concert …

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Beautiful Dawn

    By News Ed on January 24th, 2017

    Local walkers, swimmers and editors have been soaking up the dawn and kindly sent us pictures snapped first thing in the morning: Viv Hunt Viv Hunt Viv Hunt Viv Hunt

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  7. Moths count

    By News Ed. on August 3rd, 2016

    Moths count, they play vital roles in the ecosystem, affecting many other types of wildlife. They are food for bats and birds, frogs and toads, even the gardener’s favourite, the hedgehog loves to tuck in to a juicy moth. They are pollinators and …

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  8. Basking Adders

    By News Ed. on April 27th, 2016

      Grass Snakes   Over the last few days there have been a number of sightings of adders in and around the village, and we understand that a local dog has been bitten. It is is extremely rare for dogs to be bitten, but do please be vigilant, …

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  9. 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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