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  1. Baby Boy Boom!

    By News ed on August 25th, 2017

    We are delighted to announce the birth of not one, but two baby boys in the village. Born within days of each other Winston Jack Whiting and Hamish William Robert Hosea are already hanging out together and enjoying the holiday weather. Winston's …

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  2. 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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  3. The Sky's the Limit

    By News ed on May 16th, 2017

    Many of you will know Ben Rourke from The Anchor, where he has worked during school holidays and weekends over the last three years, starting as ‘glass collector’. It’s been a crucial role for him in more ways than one and the money he has …

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Birth - Edie Mary Anne Dahlia Flatt

    By News Ed. on February 16th, 2016

    Congratulations to Danny and Emma (née Webb) Flatt on the birth of their daughter Edie Mary Anne Dahlia, born on 14th February, 2016. Born in Hong Kong, Edie's name remembers her late grandma Mary and her late grandpa David's prize winning blooms. 

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  7. Yet Another New Business Venture!

    By News ed on July 18th, 2013

      It is not just the adults who are enterprising in this village, 13 year old Ben Rouke has taken the initiative of setting up his own venture to keep himself busy during school holidays. He is offering his services as a general 'Odd Job Man' and …

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  8. 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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