Market Place road closure on 6 December

Market Place, Reepham, will be closed to traffic on Thursday 6 December owing to the Festival of Light event.
The closure between Church Hill and Townsend Corner will start at 1 pm and end at approximately 10 pm (or earlier depending on how long it takes to clear and clean the Market Place).
It would be appreciated if residents living in and around the Market Place, as well as other users, could move their vehicles by 1 pm on the day.

String concert in aid of Wood Dalling church

An enjoyable and well-received string quartet concert was held at St Andrew’s Wood Dalling on Sunday 28 October.
Three arrangements were performed E. J. Moeran’s E Flat String Quartet; three pieces by Frank Bridge (he is remembered for teaching Benjamin Britten who later championed his music); and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Dissonance, the last of a set of six string quartets dedicated to Austrian composer Joseph Haydn.

Trip to Springfields Outlet Shopping

A trip to Springfields Outlet Shopping in Spalding, Lincolnshire, is being organised for Sunday 18 November.
The coach is picking up at Aylsham 9 am, Cawston 9.15 am and Station Road car park Reepham 9.30 am; returning about 6 pm. Cost is £15 to be paid by 5 November; names by 2 November.
For tickets and further information, contact Moira Dye 01603 871791 or email

Car keys found

A set of car keys were found yesterday lunchtime (30 September) on Kerdiston Road, Reepham, near Marriott’s Way. They have been handed in to the police station.
For more information call Norfolk Constabulary on 101.

Thanks to poppy knitters for Reepham Remembering

Thanks to everyone who has been knitting poppies for the Reepham Remembering project.
We are collecting these from the beginning of October and will be attaching them on Saturday 13 October in St Michael’s, Reepham, from 10 am – about 3 pm (or until we finish). All are welcome to help.
Please bring the poppies on the day, leave them at the back of St Mary’s or with the churchwardens, David Luton-Brown and Pauline Cooper.
Ron Luton-Brown


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