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					         KEEPING IN TOUCH                                           OCTOBER 2009
                   News from the Scarrowbeck Group of Parishes
       Alby, Aldborough, Calthorpe, Erpingham, Ingworth, Thwaite, Thurgarton




                                       CHURCH SERVICES
                        Holy Communion unless marked M=Matins E=Evensong
                         4th                    11th                 18th                25th
OCTOBER
                     17th Sunday          18th Sunday            19th Sunday         Last Sunday
                     after Trinity        after Trinity          after Trinity       after Trinity
                                         Harvest Festival
ALBY                                                                  --                  --
                                              3.30 E
                                                                                    Family Service
ALDBOROUGH                                      11.00             No service
                                                                                        11.00

CALTHORPE                                       --                   9.30                 --

ERPINGHAM                                       9.30                  --                 9.30

                   Group Eucharist
INGWORTH                                      11.15 M                3.30 E          No service
                       10.00

THWAITE                                        9.30 M                 11.15             6.30 E

                                       WEEKDAY SERVICES
                        Wednesdays 7th & 28th 9.15 at Ingworth
                        Thursday 1st             7.30pm, HC at Calthorpe
                        Thursday 29th            7.30pm, Benediction at Erpingham
                        No Friday services this month

            Parish Priest: Fr Brian Faulkner, The Rectory, School Road, Erpingham
                     01263 768073        e-mail: brian-faulkner@lineone.net
                                         BLANKETS & THROWS TO KNIT
                           One day workshop led by knitting designer and author Debbie Abrahams
                                 Erpingham Village Hall, Friday 30th October, 10.00 4.00
                                       Cost £35, including light lunch & refreshments
                                             Places are limited BOOK EARLY!
                                      Meg Foster, 01263 768015   email Art@artstop.biz

INGWORTH PARISH COUNCIL
From the report of the
To fill the vacancy on the Council Michael Spink was co-opted. He made and signed his declaration
of acceptance and joined the Council.
On finance the internal audit had been completed, with thanks to V Bunce; the Annual Return had
been submitted and payment for the Reading room hire for the elections had been received. The
Clerk had circulated budgets for 2009-2010 (up-dated) and 2010-2011 to members and, following
discussion, these were approved by the Council. The precept for 2010-2011 was discussed and
with a £60 increase it was agreed to set it at £2090 with all in favour. Payments due were
approved to E.ON for electricity, Norfolk County Services for grass cutting and to the Clerk for
salary and expenses                                                              1000 crocuses for
planting on The Green.
In discussions about improvements for the Reading Room, its background and history were
outlined; the need for toilet facilities was seen to be fundamental to its greater use; Helen Bailey,
General manager at Blickling Hall, agreed to talk to her staff and respond to the Council.
At the playground, a
hedge would be cut back on the church side of the field. The Clerk was asked to contact Anglian
Water about poor re-instatement of the entrance area; grass cutting at the pumping station should
also be requested.
A.O.B. Annual Parish and Town Conference would be at Cromer on 11 November. The hedge
opposite Priory Lane was obscuring the view turning right into Priory Lane; the Clerk was asked to
request that NNDC place a                                              the bridge. The Council heard
about the condition of the meadow and that trees in Banningham Road are in need of a crown lift;
H Bailey agreed to speak to her staff. Speeding traffic in The Street was again discussed; the Clerk
would contact the County Council regarding traffic calming measures and the possibility of a 20
mph limit, as well as the police for more information on the community speedcheck initiative.
The next meeting will be on 14th December.


                                          in Aldborough Community Centre unless stated
                                          otherwise. Fortnightly on Thursdays 7 8.30pm,
                                          for 10 to 16 year olds.

THURSDAY 8th OCTOBER                                   HARVEST FESTIVAL at NORWICH CATHEDRAL, 3pm,
                                                       SUN 11th OCT

                                                       THURSDAY 22ndOCTOBER
     --------------------------
      CITY FARM SAT 3rd OCT
                                                            An evening with
     THE FORUM IN NORWICH
                                                          Simon and his Ferrets




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ERPINGHAM with CALTHORPE PARISH COUNCIL Items from the report of the September meeting
(E                        To fill the vacancy on the Council it was agreed that Mr Gordon Dennis be co-opted
and, following his declaration of acceptance, he joined the Council.
Under planning, the multi-use playing area next to the Village Hall and the extension at The Corner House,
School Road were both permitted. The Council had no objection to the new single storey dwelling at Eagle
Farm but the application was refused.
On the                  -use-games area) project the Council heard that funds were now available to
progress the project and agreed to receive initial monies to pay the architect. It was agreed that the Council
appoint Lucas Wyllys as solicitors in the purchase of land for the MUGA. The Council heard that the
Calthorpe Townsland Trust would provide a purchase fund and the Chairman stressed that the Council
should be in funds before the purchase proceeds. The Clerk was asked to establish whether all Parish
Council land should be included in the Land registration.
Under finance the Clerk reported that he had received a 50% contribution from the Village Hall for the first
grass cutting charge. The Annual Return had been completed and the Notice of Conclusion had been
posted. Payments
The Council discussed the possibility of producing a Village Appraisal, which had many benefits. A great
deal of work was required and this would involve villagers other than the parish councillors; apathy may
prevent the project going ahead. A shorter appraisal was suggested and the Clerk would obtain examples of
village appraisals from other parishes for the Council to consider.
In his report the Clerk advised of the Annual Parish & Town Conference at Cromer on 11 November, which
clashed with the next Council meeting. In                        the Clerk was asked to contact Norfolk County
Council about the obstructed path opposite the Spreadeagle PH, and the Council heard that the site
                                                               Concern about speeding traffic was raised, so
the Clerk would contact the police for more information on the community speedcheck initiative. It was
pointed out that Birch Close (off Jubilee Close) has no street sign, which the Clerk would refer to NNDC.
In open session Cllr P Willcox, for NNDC, talked about the new housing allocation/letting system and the
roadshows planned to introduce it. He referred to the successful barn conversion appeal in Walcott and
gave details of the NNDC response in a new Local Development Framework policy in draft, to be the subject
of consultation before submission to the inspector.

FOUND!
After the Ingworth Trosh a green folding chair was found at the entrance to the car park. It was thought to
belong to a helper but so far nobody has claimed it. Please contact Helen Burrell if you think it might be
yours, 01263 768209.

     Erpingham with Calthorpe Village Hall proudly presents an amazing opportunity to
                     experience an evening of sheer entertainment:

                                     Tickets are limited to 100, and are priced at just £7.50 each for
                                     this brilliant show.
                                     You can find out more about the performers from their web-
                                     site: www.theupperoctave.com

                                     This is one evening at the village hall you will be sorry you
                                     missed, so buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

                                                          Tickets are available from
                                                              Daphne (761704)
                                                              or Tony (768041)
                                                              or Helen (768209)




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                                   NEWS from ALDBOROUGH SURGERY
Ordinary (yearly) flu clinics this year will be on Thursday 8 October, Friday 9 October,
Wednesday 14 October, Saturday 24 October, Tuesday 10 November. These clinics are not for
swine flu. At the time of going to print there is no confirmation of delivery dates for swine flu
vaccine. Please make an appointment if you are in the age range or in any other category for a

                         Screening for Atrial Fibrillation - Patient information
If you are over 65 years, while you are with the Nurse having your flu vaccination you will be
offered the chance to have your pulse taken by the Nurse.
The Practice is taking part in an initiative to find patients with an irregular heart beat which we can
find by taking your pulse. An irregular heart beat may mean that you have a condition called Atrial
Fibrillation. If you have Atrial Fibrillation which is not investigated and treated by your GP it can
mean that you are more likely to have a stroke.
The Nurse will take your pulse for 30 seconds. If you are found to have an irregular beat you will be
asked to come back to the surgery in the next few weeks to have a heart tracing (called an ECG).
The Doctor will be able to look at this tracing and decide with you what actions or treatments are
needed.
If you think you already have Atrial Fibrillation and are taking some medication for this condition
please let the Nurse know and she will check your records.
If you do not wish to have your pulse checked please let the Nurse know.
                                             _______________
 Julie Grey, practice manager, is in the process of setting up a 'Friends of Aldborough Surgery' fund-
raising group and is looking for people within the area who might be interested in being part of the
committee or helping out on occasions. This plan is in the very early stages but she would be very
happy to discuss it with people who might be interested.
                                          _____________________
Patient responsibility
There is currently a notice on the surgery reception desk stating that, between 1 and 31 August,
24 patients failed to attend for their appointments. This amounts to nearly 7 hours of valuable
GP/Nurse time being lost. Please phone 768184/768602 to re-allocate appointments.

                                            FIT AS A FIDDLE ! TAI CHI
Tai chi is coming back to Aldborough Church Room. As from 1st October you can enjoy a Tai Chi session
every Thursday with John, our instructor. The session will be from 9-30 - 10-15 and the cost will be £1.50
per person. For more details please contact Wyn on 01263 516305 or 07795265671 or e-mail
wyn.nurse@north-norfolk.gov.uk

ERPINGHAM with CALTHORPE VILLAGE HALL 200 CLUB - recent results
                          £10                                                £5
      10-8-09       170     Bob Goff                                    190       J.Hartley
      17-8-09        93     P & D Perriss                               179       A.King
      24-8-09       133     H.Brown                                        9      V.Warne
      31-8-09       121     S.Mollard                                     71      P.S.Lunnon

ERPINGHAM with CALTHORPE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeting in the Village Hall on Wednesday, 28th October, at 7.30.
Speaker, Mr Dave Brady, Countryside Warden: Blickling New members are always welcome.


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ALDBOROUGH PARISH COUNCIL
Next meeting on Monday 5th October at 7.30 in the Community Centre.


Matters Arising:- No Press Correspondent has yet been identified.
A representative of the Parish Council would attend a meeting of the NNDC Local Development
Framework Working Party on Monday, 19th October. (BM if available, otherwise JP.)
The Football Club are willing to meet the Parish Council to discuss fundraising for the drainage of
the Green but no response has yet been received from the Cricket Club. The work is likely to cost
between £15,000 and £30,000 but formal estimates will not be sought until both Clubs have
confirmed their commitment to the necessary fundraising.
Flooding.                             nt has confirmed that, following a meeting with the owner of
The Old Bake House, it has been agreed that he will clear the blockage of the drain in the area used
for car parking by the Old Red Lion. This should help to avoid future flooding.
The Clerk read a further e-mail from Mr Bob Botwright regarding the provision of a skip for the
disposal of rubbish and unwanted items in an environmentally friendly manner. The Parish Council
discussed the suggestion further but decided not to change their decision, being particularly
mindful of the problems of policing the nature of materials that could be placed in a skip. They also
discussed the possible role of Village Care in assisting residents to dispose of unwanted items.
PCSO Nathan Jonas was absent but his written report showed one case of criminal damage since
the last meeting, dealt with by way of restorative justice. There were six further calls to the Police.
Play Area:- ME reported on a meeting with SP and HT, and outlined the types of equipment
proposed for those aged 0 5, 6 - 12 and 13 and over (including adults) and the suggested sites for
the new equipment. The Parish Council discussed the need for some form of barriers to protect
users from running into the roads. ME will prepare a draft tender document, and circulate it to all
councillors for comment. Tender documents will then go to the three firms that tendered
previously and another firm that has expressed an interest.
Planning Applications
        Rose Cottage, Chapel Road, Thurgarton - Replacement rear and side extension No
        objection.
        Farm Buildings adjacent to Manor House, New Road, Bessingham Restoration (amended
        plans) No objection but the Parish Council are concerned about the possibility of the
        restored buildings being used for residential purposes.
Correspondence
        A letter from the Strategic Housing Manager of NNDC re Your Choice Your Home
        new choice-based lettings scheme, a fundamental change in the way that affordable
        housing will be allocated: available properties will be advertised and applicants will have to

       this. The Parish Council decided not to display the future fortnightly Property Lists on the
       Parish Notice Boards.
       An invitation from Norfolk Safer Communities Partnership to their annual Face the
       People event at Sheringham Little Theatre on Monday 28th September.
       Notification from Cromer Town Council of a meeting with David Prior to discuss the future
       of Cromer Hospital at 7.00 pm in Cromer Community Centre on Thursday 15th October.
AOB : Mr Nicholas Geere has made and donated a large barbecue for use by community groups.
                                              JP to whom all enquiries about hiring the equipment
should be addressed. (01263 761309.)



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                               THE NEXT FARMERS MARKET
                               in aid of The Friends of Aldborough Primary School will be on
                               SUNDAY 4th OCTOBER, 10.00 - 1.00,
                               in Aldborough Community Centre.
                               There will be markets on the first Sunday of each month.


                                   GIFT (Good Intentions Fundraising Team)
                         QUIZ NIGHT - FRIDAY 9th OCTOBER - Aldborough Church Room.
                           To book a team, please ring Yvonne on 01263 768076.
                                 £5 per person to include buffet. Book early!

                                    On Saturday 7th November
             there will be a Table top Sale in Aldborough Church Room, 10.00 4.00.
                             £5 per table. Please ring 761782 to book.
              Proceeds from tables and refreshments to Aldborough Church Room.

There will be a table in aid of Aldborough Ch
                 and drainage work in the churchyard, estimated to cost £8,000.
Please collect bric-a-brac, unwanted gifts, anything sellable (no second-hand clothing or electrical
        goods) and bring to Chesterfield House from 1st November (not before, please).


                             ALDBOROUGH COMMUNITY CENTRE
We are compiling a local business directory of people who can provide useful services
for customers booking the Community Centre, including caterers, hog roasts, cakes,
taxis, accommodation, entertainers, linen hire, floral arrangements, waiters etc.
If you are interested in placing an advertisement, please contact Julie Geere-Wright
on 01263 768616 or by email to Einfo@floribunda-workshop.co.uk .


ALDBOROUGH COMMUNITY CENTRE
We'd like to remind everyone that we have a full-sized snooker table for hire, as well as table tennis
and badminton equipment. Also, if you are thinking of holding a party or function don't forget we
have a large hall and stage, together with a licensed bar if required. For smaller numbers the Bar
Room can be hired independently. There is also a fully equipped kitchen. Please ring 761310 or
768749 for more information.

Upholstery class: A few names have been received so a list has been started - when we have a few
more a date will be fixed for a one day class. Please ring Sue, 761310, if you are interested.

ALDBOROUGH CHURCH & ALDBOROUGH CHURCH ROOM now have a different Treasurer, to
whom all cheques, monies and invoices should be given. He is Mr Bernard Trzebiatowski-Pumford,
Lavender Cottage, The Street, Erpingham, NR11 7QB. 01263 761246.
(The two accounts are quite separate, they just share a Treasurer.)



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        ANY SINGERS OUT THERE?
The Benefice choir are looking for people who might enjoy singing with them at certain services.
No-
Burrell on 01263 768209, or Ian Andrews on 01263 732780 or speak to one of us after a service.
We shall shortly be looking towards our Christmas services, so if you enjoy carol singing this could
be a good time to come to a practice or two to find out if you like singing with us. Normally we sing
once a month or thereabouts, with a practice during the previous week. Our next practice will be
on Thursday 1st October.                                                            I.A.



                                        CLUB for 5 - 11 year olds
                                          CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES
                                           Thursday 1st October AWESOME!!
                                        6 pm 7.15 pm                Chapel

HARVEST SUPPER in the Church Room, Aldborough, on Friday, 2 October, 7.15
for 7.30. There might be a few tickets left when this edition of the magazine is
                       get yours from the Post Office, Jill King - 768077, Ruth Bayes
768063, or Enrica Botwright - 761216.

                         Calling all 5-11 year olds (under 5s with adult!)


                                         LIGHT PARTY
                                 in Erpingham Village Hall
                          Saturday 31st October, 5.00 7.00pm
               Crafts, Face-painting, Nail Bar, FOOD, Music, Dancing, Games
                                       NO CHARGE!!!

ALDBOROUGH GARDEN CLUB
All are welcome to the next meeting, on Thursday 15th October, at 7.30 in the Church Room.
        Michaela Boggis: Care of perennials

ALDBOROUGH & THURGARTON WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
     Meeting on Wednesday 21st October at 2.30 in the Church Room.
           Speaker: Mrs D. Wedge Young children and their families



                         Table top Sale, Aldborough Community Centre
                       Saturday 26 September, 10.00                       1.00
                               in aid of Stepping Stones Pre-school

                                   Phone Louise, 01263 768600




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FROM THE RECTOR
Bereavement is a reality faced by most of us, yet experienced in a
wide variety of ways. We mourn the death of a loved one, missing

happened differently, knowing that the past cannot be changed. Whether we hold to a religious
faith or not, at times such loss can be difficult to face.
In that spirit, I invite all who would choose to do so to attend a special act of worship at Aldborough
Church, on Sunday 1st November at 10.00am.
have remembered before God their departed loved ones and prayed for them.
Sometimes the things seen and the things longed for come together in a very special
grace may that be true of this act of worship.                        Fr Brian

FROM THE REGISTERS
Baptism                                23rd August    Grace Wright
                                       30th August    Caspar Simpson-Orlebar
Weddings                       ham     22nd August    Thomas Hewett & Rebecca Pithers
                                                      Alex Paterson & Alice Brown
                                       12th September Georgina Mackenzie & William Driver
Funerals                               19th August    Ted Kelso
                                       21st August    Cecil Glister
                                       27th August    Richard Spurrell


                                                        GROUP SERVICES
                                          Sunday 4th October, 10.00, at Ingworth Church
                              There will be no other act of worship in our six parish churches on this day.
                                       (Sunday 1st November, 10.00, at Aldborough Church


Week beginning Sunday          PRAYERS FOR THE PARISHES
 OCTOBER
   4           Alby: Town Green, Thwaite Road
  11           Aldborough: Margaret Lilly Way, Tinkers Close
  18           Erpingham: Scarrowbeck Road, School Road
  25           All isolated farms and cottages in the benefice


       The final Harvest Festival Services for 2009 will be on 11th October:
                         Evensong at Alby Church at 3.30
             and a Harvest celebration at Alby Horseshoes PH at 7.30
                   to be followed by a money-raising event for
                          Alby Church & The Big C Appeal


                                    CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
               Meeting in Aldborough Church Room on Tuesday 27 October at 2.30.


                                   New friends are always welcome.


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                                  presents a lunchtime concert at Aylsham Parish Church, Thursday 15th
                                  October, 1.00 to 2.00. Entrance £6, children free.
                                  Refreshments available for £4 from 12.15
                                   Anna Hopkins            Flute                  Bach, Telemann, Vivaldi
                                   Adrian Knott            Oboe
                                   John Mason              Bassoon
                                   Susanne Vanderbergh Harpsichord
                           ________________________________
                       HANWORTH CINEMA in the MEMORIAL HALL
  Saturday 10 October Is anybody there? (12) Michael Caine, Sylvia Sims, Leslie Phillips
  Tickets: £4.50 in advance, £5.00 on the door. Numbers are limited, so advance booking is
  recommended. Tickets available from any committee member. Call 01263 761776/768765.
  7pm- Doors, bar open. 7.30-Short film and trailers. 7.50 Refreshments popcorn, tea & coffee, ice
  cream, wine and beer. 8.15 approx main feature. 10.15 Finish.

                       HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT ABOUT PRISON VISITING?
  A new prison will open later this year on the site of the now closed airbase at Coltishall.
  Many of those in prison have no visitors, for a variety of reasons. Prison visitors fill that gap.
             If you want to know more log on to the NAOPV website, www.naopv.com
  Further local information can be obtained at a Recruitment Meeting on Tuesday 29th
  September at 6.30pm. To book a place contact the Revd Anne Hedges, 01603 266852.
  If she is unavailable, ask to speak to Mr Ian Walters, Head of Resettlement. To attend, you
  must book a place in advance. (And act quickly as this information reached the Editor too
  late for the September edition!)

  STOP PRESS! New "Erpingham and Calthorpe Youth Committee" formed:
  Chairman - Peter Wilcox, Erpingham House. Vice -Chairman - Graham Gladden, Calthorpe Road,
  Treasurer - Jim Alston, Manor Farm, Calthorpe. Secretary - Ros Fretwell, School Road, Erpingham,
  and 12 other representative members. More details next month.
  The next meeting is on Tuesday 6 October (and every 1st Tuesday of the month ) at the Bowls Club.

  THE NEXT ISSUE Copy please by Monday,12 October.
   Editor: Ruth Bayes, Chesterfield House, The Green, Aldborough, Norwich NR11 7AA. 01263 768063.
                                         rmbayes@tiscali.co.uk

                                       PLEASE SUPPORT THE ADVERTISERS
ANN COLMAN - ARTIST, in the Lower Courtyard, ALBY CRAFTS               MID EAST CARPENTRY & JOINERY
Paintings, handcrafted cards, cardmaking and craft products.           Jason Burton , 01263 761108,
Cardmaking classes available Tel. 07789 224341 or 01263 768218         and Michael Biss, 01263 761444
FOOD 4 THOUGHTS - catering at very competitive prices.                 DEIRDRE YOUNGS, Therapist and Trainer
Funeral & memorial teas, weddings, parties, business lunches etc.      www.innercentre.org        01263 761125
We can supply crockery, cutlery, table linen etc. Hire of wedding      Polarity therapeutic touch, Polarity yoga, nutrition, counselling.
cake stands (single, 3 or 4 tier) Tel: 01263 768076 or 761227          Prenatal & Birth Therapy for babies, children & adults.
TURNER & Sons. Furniture & curios. Next to Wrights, Aldborough.        HALLS PROPERTY SERVICES Ltd 07876 747820 or 01263 511391
Reconditioned furniture in various finishes, inc painted & waxed.      PVCU windows, doors, conservatories. Fascia & guttering,
Copper, brass & enamelware. Fridays & Saturdays 10-1 & 2-4.            kitchens, bathrooms & wetrooms, all general building work.
Please call in or call 01263 768068 or 07766 753397.                   Local authority grant work undertaken. Free quotations.
FOOTPRINTS COUNSELLING, a professional service for individuals,
couples and children. Ring or e-mail for details and a                 Discreet service (no writing on van).
brochure.01263 768804 footprintscounselling@hotmail.com                Ring 01263 587843 or 07876102918
MUTTZ CUTS - complete dog-grooming with care and kindness.             SAFFRON TEAROOMS @ ALBY CRAFTS Open 10.00 - 5.00.
Clipping, scissor trimming, nails, bathing, ears cleaned, hand         Sunday lunches, home-made cakes, scones, pastries, hot meals
stripping, anal gland relief. Call Louise (Aldborough) 01263 761268.   and snacks, using local produce and Fairtrade. 01263 768719

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                                                PLEASE SUPPORT THE ADVERTISERS
ALDBOROUGH VILLAGE ANTIQUES (T. Holdgate)                                   ALDBOROUGH POST OFFICE Fax & phone 01263 768198
Anything old or unusual bought and sold                                     All postal services, banking & saving facilities. Shoe repairs, dry cleaning
The Green, Aldborough 01263 761221                                          & laundry. Stationery. Batteries. Calor gas. Film developing.
HAYNES ELECTRICAL (Part P approved) Prompt efficient service &              Photocopying. Butterfly Cottage bed & breakfast, 01263 761689
competitive prices for all your electrical needs. Free estimates. 01263     KC COMPUTING 01263 768263 or e-mail help@kccomputing.co.uk
768033 (mobile 077964 58718). Email haynessteveali@tiscali.co.uk            Repairs, upgrades, installations, all hardware, network or software
2 Old School Cottages, Aldborough                                           problems fixed in your own home or small business. Free no obligation
ROBIN ELLWOOD, vehicle technician (factory qualified)                       consultation. No fix, no fee.
Krypton tuning, servicing. Mech. MOT repairs. Accident/body/paint           AYLSHAM COMPUTER SERVICES, Help! Business or home
repairs. Restoration. Fully equipped facilities.                            systems, repairs, printers, modems, scanners, installations, training,
10 Jubilee Close, Erpingham. 01263 761634                                   inks. 19 Red Lion Street, Aylsham 01263 731020
DAVID COOKE HIRE-CAR SERVICES                                               NORFOLK CHILDREN S BOOK CENTRE
Any distance. Low rates. Personal service                                   Open Monday Saturday from 10.00am.
The Green, Aldborough. 01263 768416, 01263 768215                           Wayside, Church Lane, Alby. 01263 761402 www.ncbc.co.uk
TEUCER WILSON, stonecarver & letterer                                       STEVEN WADE, Thwaite Common. 01263 768538
Hand carved signs, memorials & garden sculpture.                            Architectural design. Drawings & designs for all buildings, new and old.
All work designed & carved by hand. www.teucerwilson.co.uk                  Planning & building regulation applications.
5 Old School Cottages, Aldborough NR11 7NR 01263 761767                     ERPINGHAM NURSERY
Miss K. FLYNN, MSSCh, MBChA,MAR                                             Fragrant roses, shrubs, plants,compost, French patio sets and iron
Qualified chiropodist available at Aldborough Surgery, Thursday and         accessories, etc. Closed Wednesdays.
Friday afternoons, by appointment. Ring 01263 511911                        At Fairview, The Street, Erpingham. Tel. Sally Brown 01263 768319
SPAR (DAYS STORES) ALDBOROUGH 01263 761275                                  HEATHER DAVIDSON Soft furnishings.Curtains, loose covers, blinds,etc.
Mon-Sat 8am 8pm, Sundays 10am 6pm. Modern store. Real Deal                  Designer fabrics to order at discounted prices whether made
promotions, groceries, chilled & frozen foods, beers, fruit & veg, off      up here or not..Please feel free to phone 01263 761375
licence, coal, DVD & video rental. E-top ups, cash-back, credit & debit     STEPPING STONES PRE-SCHOOL, in the grounds of Aldborough Primary
card facilities.                                                            School, provides morning & afternoon sessions for children
PEGG ELECTRICAL SERVICES (NICEIC Part P approved)                           2½ years to school age. Children of 3+ years are entitled to Government
Domestic, commercial, industrial, tests and reports. Whatever your          funding for up to 5 sessions per week. Contact on 01263 768766.
electrical needs contact Andy on 01263 768564. Mobile 07799 264370          FLORIBUNDA FLORISTS
YOGA WITH PIA, BWY Dip.                                                     Fresh hand-tied bouquets, seasonal plants, gifts for home & garden
Tuesdays, 6.00 7.15pm (new class), 7.30-9.00pm Aldborough Church            Contact Julie Geere-Wright 01263 768616. Also at The Old Stables,
Room. Mixed ability classes, all welcome. Please call 01263 768 649 for     Bayfield Hall, nr Holt, 01263 715538
further details.                                                            AFFINITY ARTS at ALBY CRAFTS, Cromer Road, Erpingham
JUNE FRANKIS, MCFHP, MAFHP, Member of British Foot Health                   Beautiful & unique presents for all occasions in the gallery above the
Professionals. Well established qualified visiting practice. Telephone      tearoom. Full picture framing service. Large car park.
01263 768843 for appointments.                                              Open 10.00 5.00, Tuesday Sunday. 01263 761590
SEPTIC TANKS emptied, DRAINS unblocked, new SOAKAWAYS                       ERPINGHAM HOUSE FARM
excavated. Contact NORFOLK FOREST PRODUCTS for free inspection.             Free range eggs from farm shop. Orders taken for home produced beef.
01263 577523                                                                Also sheepskins, yarns and mohair socks. 01263 761208
CONCEPT CARPET & BLINDS Proprietor: Paul Dennis                             THE PINK HOUSE Bed & Breakfast, Wickmere. 4 star status.
Showroom & mobile home-selection service available from                     Can be seen from Aldborough churchyard! Dee Jupp, 01263 577678
17 Penfold Street, Aylsham.                                                 Email: info@pinkhousebb.co.uk www.pinkhousebb.co.uk
 01263 732894 (9.00-5.00) or 735680 (after hours)                           GOOD TASTES CATERING. Dinner parties, buffets and small family
FOLIO Design for print                                                      celebrations, tailored to your requirements, using local produce.
Business stationery, leaflets, brochures, etc.                              Dorothy Shannon & Valerie Lodge 01263 577272/512313
01263 768051 Claire Knight, Cuckoo Cottage, Town Green, Alby.               BASIC BOATING (Ian Thompson) 01263 761663
WOLTERTON PARK Walks open daily. Hall by appointment. Events.               ailing dinghies, canoes & all types of boating gear bought and sold.
New programme for 2009.
                                                                            NORTH NORFOLK PLUMBING AND HEATING
01263 584175/768444         laurelwalpole@manningtongardens.co.uk
                                                                            Local & reliable, CORGI registered gas installer for all installations,
COMMUNITY MEDIA MANAGEMENT                                                  repairs, heating, bathrooms. Under floor heating specialist.
Adverts, publishing, local guides, brochures, web design, and               Tel/Fax 01263 577800. Mobile 07880 722707
photography. Len Casey, 01263 768064 or mobile 07717 855539                 GLYNIS SELF, IIHHT, MICHT
SKIPJACK LEISURE POOL. 01263 761352 or 07867 555068.                        Holistic massage therapist &qualified Infant massage instructor.
Swim in the privacy of a pool with spa, swimjets & sauna.. ½ hour & 1       For an appointment tel. 01263 732061
hour slots. Children s parties welcome. Tollgate, Ingworth                  ALBY HORSESHOES Margaret & Richard Rushmer welcome you to this
SILVER SURFERS COMPUTER SERVICES                                            traditional coaching inn offering 4 real ales, locally produced
Trouble shooting - free advice - tuition - upgrades - installations         home-cooked food and fish menu. B & B accommodation. Classic car
Andrew Benn, 01263 761133 www.silversurferandy.com                          enthusiasts welcome. 01263 761378 or www.albyhorseshoes.co.uk
ALAN BRENNAN BUILDING SERVICES for plumbing repair and                      MARK RHODES - CARPENTRY & CONSTRUCTION
installation bathrooms, showers, kitchens, wall & floor tiling, painting    Kitchens, bathrooms, tiling, cabinet making, roofing, property
& decorating. City & Guilds qualified. For free estimates call 01263        maintenance 07765 861219
761190 or 0788 7838269                                                      PHOTOGRAPHY by Robin Watson - Group or individual Portraits,
NEED HELP AT HOME? Carer, 20 years experience, NVQ 2 trained, CRB           Families & children + Gardens - Homes. Any commission considered.
checked, fully insured, references , offers personal care, laundry, light   Professional digital or film shoots - location or studio. Contact
housework, shopping, to suit your individual needs. Can give carers a       robingswatson@gmail.com - 01263 761 641 or 07956 416 943
break. One-off visits also available. Sue 01263577487, or 07766414804

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