Continuing our series of articles taken from The British Newspaper Archives.

This article appeared in the Norfolk Chronicle on 27th August 1904

On Tuesday last week about 10 o'clock a large fire was discovered on Walberswick common. A strong wind was blowing at the time, and the flames spread with alarming rapidity towards the north-east of the church. Fortunately, the fire did not reach the cottages, but some outbuildings were burned, and the garden produce scorched. Some of the rails on the railway bank were destroyed.


By Contributing Editor on August 27th, 2017