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Saham Toney
Orchard Picnic
A picnic on the afternoon of Saturday 31st
August at the developing Saham Toney
Community Orchard attracted about fifty
people to witness how well this project is
progressing. Visitors appreciated ice creams,
cakes and sparkling apple juice. The ‘Ty’d
Notes’ band and a small fairground organ set
the scene. Kathy Avery’s invention, decorated
with attractive apples, won a hat competition
judged by Yvonne Harrold (right). All those
present enjoyed each other’s company and
basked in the summer sunshine.
Forthcoming Events
Autumn Quiz – Friday, 11th October at 7
p.m. You are invited to take part in our next
event, an Autumn Quiz Night, on Friday,
11th October at the Wells Cole Community
Centre, starting at 7 p.m. Quizmasters will
be local celebrities Pat and Pam.
Please name and register your team (of up contact Sylvia to place orders and arrange Wednesday, 16th October at 7.30 p.m. All
to 4 people) before 4th October by e-mail, pre-payment. are welcome to attend.
to Sylvia, Annual General Meeting – Wednesday, 16th Saham Toney Community Orchard Project
or by phone to her on 01953 884081. October at 7.30pm The AGM of the Friends C/o Old Rectory Barn, 3 Richmond Road
Cost will be £5 per person or £9 with pre- of Saham Toney Community Orchard will Saham Toney, Thetford, Norfolk IP25 7ES
ordered, pre-paid, fish and chips. Please be held in the WCCC Meeting Room on 01953 889945;

dance club. So there is plenty for

New look everybody with plans for new clubs Stow Bedon
including a monthly film club. The new
Carbrooke Village look hall is also attracting a lot of
Church Open Day &
Hall reopens for interest for private parties for all ages at
an affordable price.
Heritage Exhibition
Stow Bedon PCC and the Stow Bedon
business The Hall is there for the whole
Heritage Group are holding an Open Day and
The newly renovated village hall at community so please feel free to drop
Heritage Exhibition on Saturday 19 October
Carbrooke is up and running and now in. Details of events and how to book
at St. Botolph’s Church, between 10am and
hosting a variety of local groups that all the Hall can be found at
4pm. Come and see the latest heritage
are welcome to attend. The £70,000 or by emailing
research on the railway in Stow Bedon, get a
renovation has created a wonderful
snapshot of village life in bygone days
community venue with new entry lobby, through newspaper articles, view the earliest
toilet and kitchen facilities as well as a Macmillan Coffee map we have discovered and the names of
complete redecoration together with new those farming here in the seventeenth
flooring. Morning Thanks century. Find your relatives on the 1939
Since being renovated, the hall is Our Macmillan coffee morning will be register taken just after the start of WW2.
hosting, among other things, a regular held on Tuesday, 22nd October at 95, We will also have a display of old
coffee morning on Wednesdays, a bar Nelson Court, Watton from 10am till photographs of the village.
evening on Fridays as well as every 11.30am. Please come along and support Refreshments, including lunch, will be
other Sunday, a yoga club three times a this worthwhile cause. We will have a available. There will also be lots of items for
week, a games night once a month and a raffle and a Bring and Buy stall and a sale (start or finish your Christmas shopping
couple little competitions. Everyone is here!) and a raffle for a luxury food hamper
very welcome so please come and join and a voucher for a turkey for Christmas. All
us. Dave and Jenny Simons. proceeds raised to St. Botolph’s Church.
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Last month I ventured to suggest that the available 365 days a year with members
A Quick Look take-up of electric cars would be rather flying fixed wing, helicopters and multi- PLEASE MENTION
slower than hoped, due not only to the high rotors (quads)
Round prices, but to the lack of sufficient re- We offer training to all newcomers with THE WAYLAND NEWS W
By Orbiter charging points. Subsequently I was several club instructors who are able to
Well that was an interesting bit of summer pleased to read that various local authorities teach the basics with use of our buddy box
that had my older friends saying that this are now installing road-side points, system. We have three training airplanes ADVERTISERS
was what things were like in days gone by, presumably somewhat like the parking and training is on every Tuesday from 4pm
but as far as I can see, things are not much meters we are used to. during the British summer time and at the
different, we have good weather and we No doubt the prices for new electric cars Fen site at other times upon arrangements
have bad, though our memory functions may eventually come down, but in the made with the instructors.
seem to be selective, so that we tend to meantime, perhaps leasing will ease the As a club we are lucky to have our own
recall the good bits and forget the bad. Over financial outlay. At present a typical lease BMFA approved examiner who can get
the years, taking in Easter, Whit and is for a period of three years, with a you to a BMFA ‘A’ level. A simple test to
August holidays, I suppose I must have restricted mileage of about 30,000 but it show that you are safe to fly and have
seen over 200, and if I dug out the records, will have to be seen if the new batteries will knowledge of the rules and regulations.
I am sure they would show that hot, sunny provide more or less than those mileages. Then on to the more advanced aspects of
Bank holidays, wet ones, and non-de-script Certainly one advantage of electric cars our hobby
ones, would come out fairly even. Of would be their comparative silence, Each year our club holds two events which
course certain exceptions do come to mind, although most modern cars are already very are the Scale day and a Fun Fly, we also
such as the Easter or Whit Monday in, (was quiet running, with only the road noise run our very well know Bring and Buy
it 1949 or 1950) when I was one of driven up by their tyres. event.
thousands crowding Brighton beach, Well another football season is now in full One of our popular attractions is the
basking in the warm sunshine, when dark swing, and while our hopes are that "Barnstormers Bistro" which operates at
clouds appeared rather suddenly, and Norwich City will prosper in the top the Fen site and is open on Tuesday
before most of us had begun to think about division, already there are signs that their evenings during the training night's come
looking for shelter, the town was blanketed task will not be easy. Luckily their support rain or shine and offers burgers, sausages
in a snowstorm. In almost no time the is such that, at least, their financial position and bacon rolls to members and any
temperature had dropped about 15 degrees, should not be unduly threatened, unlike that visitors all for the price of a donation,. The
This was English weather at its most of Bury and Bolton Wanderers, both of Barnstormers Bistro is run by a club
extreme, and I dare say many of my readers whom suffered expulsion from the league, member and is a separate entity to the
will have had similar experiences. and liquidation. At the time of writing Bury flying club with the profits being donated to
But this year the summer, though too hot are still desperately searching for rescue, the club after expenses have been deducted.
for some, has brought us the sight of many though Bolton have managed to secure We are a friendly and welcoming club and
more butterflies than for some years, while relief, with a consortium of backers. A there are always plenty of experienced
my autumn-fruiting raspberries have done week before the start of the current flier's to offer advice when needed and are
well, if a little early. campaign they had announced that only six always happy to give anybody who is
One not so welcome development has been players were available, and although their interested in the hobby all the help that they
an invasion of dandelion puff-balls – those numbers must have now been made up require.
little wisps of almost nothing that, when we somehow, the first two games played We are always looking out for new
were tiny, we used to blow, in the belief suggest that this famous club will have members of any age so if you are bored,
that they were fairy clocks, rather than great difficulty in maintaining league status. had enough of television or books and you
nature’s way of distributing spores for Unfortunately financial problems assail need fresh air, good friendly company and
reproduction. many clubs today, and many lead a hand-to you share an interest in anything that flies;
September is the traditional month for the -mouth existence, dependent on the planes, helicopters or multi-rotors, or would
churches to celebrate the Harvest Festivals, untiring efforts of a few devoted just like to learn about a fantastic hobby
to thank the Lord for the provenance that individuals and a faithful band of and the science behind it then we will be
we hope will see us through another year, supporters. Sadly it seems that more teams able to offer all of this.
but with the advent of so many items of will suffer similarly, though everyone For more information about our club and
sophisticated machinery that enable the concerned will be doing their level best to information on how to contact us please
harvest to be gathered these days, the ensure survival. visit our website at,
religious service seems to be largely Turning away from football to our alternatively you can visit our Facebook
redundant. At one time, the whole country, television screens, I have to say that I am page or Instagram page for further
being dependent on a good harvest, in appalled by the amount of bad language information.
villages and hamlets across the land, both that has become part of every play that is
farmers and the local population looked at shown. Yes, it is essential that stories ring
the weather when the crops were ripening,
praying for a long enough ‘window’ to
true to life, but I am sure that even in the Are You Interested
lowest classes of society, at least a few
allow them to be reaped, and safely stored. sentences are uttered without the use of In Flower
To this end Farmer Brown’s men might be these regularly repeated expletives. I have
assisted by lads from Farmer Jones’s farm, mentioned this before over th3 months, but Arranging?
and everyone would toil from dawn to I feel most strongly about it. Perhaps this is Great Ellingham & District Flower Club
sunset, if necessary, to ensure the ‘Harvest a sign that I am getting old, but maybe meet at Rocklands Village Hall, The
Home’ celebration, during which the barrel someone out there agrees with me. Street, NR17 1TR ~ on the 3rd Monday
of beer supplied by the farmer would be Now Mr. Johnson has promised that Brexit of each month
drunk dry. will occur on October 31st. for demonstrations, workshops, talks,
Nowadays, with combine harvesters that Do you think this will happen This year?, events and outings. We are affiliated to
can be operated by one man, working all next year?, sometime?, or never ? NAFAS and use well qualified
through the night if necessary, the whole No prizes for the right answer. demonstrators.
crop gathering process, though as important Good afternoon. Our meetings start at 7.30pm Doors open
as ever, has been changed beyond 1/2hr earlier. Membership £30 per
recognition, and the Harvest Festival annum, Guests £7 per meeting.
church service has become, in many places, Watton Radio We would love to enlarge our
simply a date on the calendar when kind membership. Please contact: Jane Dalton
folks brings simple gifts, of perhaps fruit or Model Club (Secretary), Tel: 01953 498694 for more
vegetables they may have grown in their Watton Radio Model Club was formed in details
own gardens, or even tins of food bought in 1974 by a group of fellow enthusiast who Email:
the local shop. All these items used to be flew model aircraft and also sailed model We are known as a very friendly club and
displayed together with a large loaf of boats which is why the name references all look forward to welcoming new
bread, baked in the shape of a sheaf of corn, radio models and not just model flying. The members. So do come along and see
all the items subsequently donated to the club is now in it's 45th year and is almost what we ar about - you will love it!
local cottage hospital or care home. exclusively radio controlled aircraft Check us out on:
But September is not just the time for corn including internal combustion, electric and gtellinghamdistrictflowerclub
to ripen, other plant life is coming to the jet powered. Mon 15th October 'That’s Entertainment'
end of its shelf life, and already leaves are The original home of the club was RAF By Jacquie Aldous THIS MONTH
turning brown and branches are beginning Watton in which we had use of the runway ONLY FREE TO GUESTS
to become bare, reminding us that when it was still operational. Unfortunately Mon 18th November : ‘All Spruced Up’
Christmas is coming – no, really, and very due to the airfield closing and the old Dem : By Barbara Collins Our Christmas
soon people will be asking you if you want barracks being turned into new homes we Evening with Food - Guests £10
to come to the annual dinner at the club, or had to leave the site. Sunday December 15th 1.30-3.30
the firm’s party, for all these things have to We now have two excellent grass sites, one ‘CHRISTMAS SPARKLE!’ Dem by
be booked in advance. Yes it seems located just south of Shipdham and the Brenda and Jane £5 Members £8 Guests
inordinately early to talk about such things, other at Carbrooke Fen located just two to include tea and cake in aid of Club
but that’s the way things go these days. miles from the old airfield. Both sites are funds
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next and a final one the year after. You then have cat caught roaming within its boundaries if the
In Your Garden the shrub or wall plant under control and just a bit animal is not claimed by an owner within three
of trimming will work after that. If you have kept days.
With Lotta Potts the shrub under control from the start you don’t Marion council is considering introducing a cat
I can’t begin to make sense of the weather we’ve need me dishing out advice! curfew between 9pm and 7am. To enforce the
had over the last few weeks. We’ve been baked, The veg plot is mainly about harvesting to store or curfew, it has proposed supplying cages to residents
blown almost into the next county, rained on as a use sprouts, leeks, cauliflowers, maincrop potatoes, in order to seize cats caught out after curfew. The
result of various hurricanes and tropical storms Jerusalem artichokes, carrots, parsnips (better after Adelaide council of Campbelltown is one of a
courtesy of the USA, resulting in some flooding but a frost), pumpkins specially for Hallowe'en, and number that hires out cat traps to residents.
at least no snow. It’s played havoc with most squashes. Once the patch becomes clear start the While the rules are in part a result of a fear about
outdoor activities and more than havoc with a lot of winter digging if that's the way you run it or just the negative impact cats have on native wildlife – it
gardens, flattening plants and killing off some that weed and put a layer of compost on top to give the has been estimated cats kill as many as a million
should still be flowering through October. Autumn worms something to do or sow green manure. I birds a day in Australia – experts say a lack of
is not normally a season I welcome, like Monty have invested in a packet of green manure to try so statewide rules over cat management has seen stray
Don I find it depressing – all that ‘season of mists watch this space. Note to self: be careful to dig this populations sky-rocket and forced councils to
and mellow fruitfulness’ makes it sound mellow in early next spring as if it seeds it's weeds. intervene.
and mild. Usually cold, foggy and dank then the Planting in the veg patch is mainly alliums: over- Paul Stevenson, the head of the RSPCA in South
clocks go back. How anyone can think that’s all a wintering onions and garlic later in the month. I Australia, said the organisation received 10,000
good idea I do not know. Then it’s when will we can recommend the onion planting as I have had stray cats a year because there were no mandatory
have the first hard frost – important if you grow reasonable success over the past few years so have cat management guidelines for councils.
dahlias and other tender plants that have to be lifted decided to have a go at onions from seed this year. The lack of state-wide regulation of cats had seen a
and stored. Years ago that was pretty predictable in Spring cabbage can be planted now and should “piece-meal” approach to the animal, resulting in
mid-September with the possibility of the ‘little avoid the caterpillars. Broad beans are held to be some “less than ideal” proposals.
summer’ mid-October then downhill. Nowadays best sown now and to my surprise one of my veg “In general we support councils introducing
we can have the frost in September as before or still books recommends sowing peas, carrots, rocket and measures like curfews so our only concern with the
be waiting for it near Christmas. There we are, rant winter spinach all in situ. Now there’s a thought. Mount Barker measures is that the devil is in the
over. What shall we do in October apart from For next year's flowers you can plant seeds of detail,” he said.
disappear under the duvet until spring? annuals in pots in the greenhouse. Start sweet peas He said one of the RSPCA’s main concerns was the
This is premium time to lay turf, assuming you did as well this way for earlier flowers next year. It's practice of hiring out cat traps.
the digging, raking, treading etc. earlier. As there is possible to sow outside but if it gets really wet they “Most of the people who use traps don’t
a good chance of rain there will be no need to use a may well rot. particularly like cats and there are huge problems
lot of water on the new grass and as the soil will One last note, don't be too quick to tidy grasses and with that,” he said. “Some of the cruelty and
still be reasonably warm roots will form easily. On perennials as we used to years ago because with suffering inflicted on cats through the use of traps is
existing lawns there's a lot to do that will benefit the longer autumns they keep going so the big tidy and quite horrendous and I’d just say one of the things
gardener as well as the turf, assuming you didn't do splitting can be left until spring. Also they will we have to be very careful of all round Australia is
this in September. Start by mowing with the grass provide food and shelter for beneficial insects and to not to demonise and vilify cats.”
box on. Rake it. It's good exercise if you only have for birds. So basically just tidy the worst of the Like it or not home owners will have to be more
a small area or are young and/or very fit. Use a rubbish and remove fallen leaves from the plants careful with their pussy in future.
wire-tooth rake and scratch hard to remove thatch but not the soil – more activity for the worms. The
(old dead grass) moss and weeds. If you have a
large area or disinclination you can hire power tools
seed-heads can look quite fantastic in winter with Demonstration Of
frost on. Of course, they may well collapse after
for this but you still have to walk behind. Mow the
grass again but at right angles to the first mow.
heavy rain and wind and will then need to be tidied Clairvoyance
away. On the other hand if it snows later in the Thursday 17th October 2019 at Barn Ruche,
You'll need a compost bin or brown bin at this point year it won't matter until spring. Thetford Rd, Watton, IP25 6HN,returning by popular
to collect all the rubbish. If the lawn has been I know it’s been mentioned already but always demand, Chris Jacobs will be hoisting an evening a
neglected it will look awful but keep going. Now worth another word – keep weeding. demonstration of clairvoyance along with Julia Edge.
spike it (this should be done every three or four
Chris is not only known within the U.K but also in
years for lawns in good condition but for heavy use
Europe and the U.S.A. For his clairvoyance and
it should be done yearly). Again you can hire tools Letter from Australia mentoring, mainly held nr. Stamford in Lines. Julia is
for this job but for small areas use a garden fork, Feline Crackdown by Chris O'Connor. well known within Norfolk and the local counties
driven in to 3-4 inches every 4-6 inches all over the A council in South Australia has vowed to crack often attending the Mind Body Spirit meetings to
lawn. Next feed with special autumn feed. Don't down on the “nuisance behaviour” of local cats, give demonstrations and readings there and also
be tempted to use up left-over spring feed as this passing new regulations to limit the number of attends group personal home readings by
will promote soft growth when you want tough felines per property and forcing owners to keep arrangement.
grass ready to cope with winter. Last but not least their pets inside at night. Chris and Julia both have attended the Arthur Findlay
give it a top dressing of a thin (¼ inch) layer of very Residents of Mount Barker in the Adelaide hills School.Chris and Julia will be working together to
fine material. On our sandy Breckland soil use region will face penalties if their cats are found give and informative and enjoyable evening for all.
sifted topsoil or bags of ready-made turf dressing. roaming the streets at night after the local council The doors will be open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm, there
If you should have heavy clay use gritty passed tough new regulations. is ample paring facilities, disabled access and the bar
horticultural sand to improve the surface drainage The new by-laws will see a limit of two cats per will available and open for drinks.
and aeration. On normal soil use a mix of topsoil, property introduced, as well as a feline curfew The raffle will to help a local Charity but yet to be
compost and sand that you can mix yourself in a between 8pm and 7am. There will be penalties for determined. Seats are £10 per head on the door or by
barrow and spread via a round riddle or garden cats caught outside of curfew, and potentially contacting Chris through his web site at
sieve. Now have a drink, you've earned it! Next covert surveillance of suspected nuisance cats. In or by message/phone
spring the lawn will be a world-beater. South Australia all cats and dogs must be micro 07484 793123 and collection can be arrangement.
The next thing is to treat yourself to a trip to the chipped.
nearest shed, nursery or website for plants to fill in The mayor, Ann Ferguson, said the crackdown was
the gaps that autumn always brings once the dead
plants have been cleared away. If you want a tree
the result of an “outcry” from the community about Sewing Day for
the behaviour of local cats.
you can't go wrong with Japanese maples. You “We had a lengthy consultation over a month and Project Linus Norfolk
could buy containerised trees and shrubs or wait a received over 500 responses, so it was obvious that The next Sewing day for Project Linus Norfolk is on
few weeks for the bare-root ones. I haven't tried to people are quite passionate about cats roaming the Wednesday 30th October at Thompson Community
buy trees or shrubs in full autumn colour but I am streets,” she said. Hall, 9 am until 4 pm spaces are limited so please
sure they must be available somewhere. If you like Ferguson said that 68% of people supported the book your place by contacting Jane at
berries then go for pyracantha with red, orange or limit of two cats per property, 71% supported a or on 07809702357.
yellow berries. These look stunning but they have curfew and 73% supported the council addressing The previous one was in September, I hope to hold
vicious thorns so a bit of thought on location is “cat behaviour”. them on a more regular basis in the Autumn, now
called for. Same with Mahonias that flower in late Asked what constituted nuisance behaviour by a the garden is not calling and holidays are over.
winter through spring. They have lovely yellow, cat, Ferguson said: “Cats defecating on people’s I am able to do this thanks to you who voted for us
scented flowers but are blessed with vicious stems lawns, cats spraying on people’s front doors and at Tesco Bags of Help during May and June, we
and leaves. Don’t plant either of these anywhere cats fighting in the garden and also killing wildlife.” came second and have now received the money
near a path as they hurt! Prune with the thickest Ferguson said while penalties for owners whose from Tesco’s, which I really appreciate as now I am
gloves you can find and use loppers as if you get cats break the rules were yet to be determined, the able to concentrate on the quilts rather than fund
too close they bite. Obviously that bit of advice is council was considering conducting covert raising.
for future use once the flowers on the Mahonia surveillance on cats suspected to be breaking It has been a busy year, so far, I have been able to
have died off and the pyracantha present a problem. curfew. give out over 222 quilts to children in Norfolk in
They have the lovely berries autumn/winter then “We’re still working through the details of that,” need of a hug, through Nelson’s Journey, Nicu and
gather themselves together and produce beautiful she said. Rudham Ward at Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
white flowers in spring so that once the bees have Mount Barker is the latest Adelaide council to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, with
done their stuff you get the berries again next year. propose or introduce tough new cat regulations. more quilts soon going to Regional Foster
I think the best thing is to prune in winter but not In Adelaide Hills, it will be compulsory for cats to Placement.
necessarily the entire plant so you don’t lose all the be confined to their owner’s home from 2022. If you would like any more information about the
flowers and berries that year. Maybe the thirds plan Another council has proposed by-laws that will sewing day or Project Linus Norfolk itself please get
would work – take out a third this winter, another give it the power to “seize, detain and destroy” any in touch.
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Keyworker’ (FMK) for Watton from the
Wayland Quilters are springboard of St Mary’s. I’ll let her
giving back introduce herself when she’s officially
started. How wonderful that she will be
Wayland Quilters, who now meet at Thompson
Community Hall on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
working in partnership with the Benjamin willing hands
Foundation, as, with the Town Council and
in the month at 7pm, have been busy sewing
their own projects; supporting Project Linus
other organisations together, we take forward make light
the Charlotte Harvey Street Youth and
Norfolk in more ways than just attending the Community Centre to become Watton’s work!
Linus sewing days; been out to an exhibition Community Hub for all ages. On Thursday 22 August, Watton
earlier in the year over the border in Suffolk; How wonderful that the ‘Families Matter Town Council hosted an Open Day
and attended a very good demonstration at the Keyworker’ will be connecting with the at Jubilee Gardens and had a great
Dragonfly Gallery by Pauline Wrighton, current Manager of the Children’s Centre response with willing volunteers
followed by lunch out. which will have closed on 30th September, coming along to help on the day or
If that wasn’t enough the group has decided to as Kirsty Rutherford takes up her new role, offer their help in future. Tesco’s
support two more charitable sewing projects, along with two of her colleagues in their new provided a very welcome cup of tea
by having two sewing sessions. One close to a roles, as Project Coordinator in the (thanks to Debbie!) and it was
member’s heart: making heart cushions and Breckland Locality. fantastic to be able to make some
drain bags to give to Littlelifts. If you haven’t another church to go to, please progress with the gardening.
The other project: we hope to have a talk this ‘Come to the Harvest’ at 10.00am on Sunday The roses that were pruned last year
month from a lady who sends hand made 6th October 2019. The Church Family will have come back very well and are
sanitary wear to Malawi, followed by an include ADventure all together for an approx still putting on a great show. Can
evening making some to send. 50 minute service. Come and meet our FMK you help us keep up the good work?
We are also busy planning for next year. One there! Please bring something that represents Cllr Keith Gilbert and Sue Dent are
of the projects is a block a month, hopefully your ‘Thankfulness’ for being in Watton aiming to visit at least once a
using up our stash of fabrics in the process. (which can be taken back home by you) and month, can you come along and
(Well that’s the challenge I have set myself, any foodstuffs will be handed on to join them? Or maybe you would
use the material I have already got, Do Not Foodbank. like to spend an hour or two
Buy Any More!). Whilst we are doing all this, Please come to the next events at St Mary’s pottering in your own time?
we have a lot of laughs, as one member said at Watton for ongoing fundraising for the FMK: The next garden days will be
last night’s meeting “That’s what she joined 6pm Friday 27th September: Showing of  Friday 20th September from
the group for!” iconic 1968 Film ‘Oh! What a lovely War’ 10am to 2pm
If you are interested in joining the group, we with Introduction and Q and A by featuring  Sunday 13th October from
have a few spaces available, please email Jane actor Paul Shelley with light Refreshments 10am to 1pm or phone and Raffle (asking for voluntary If you would like to help, or want
07809702357 contributions) and more information, please please
7.30pm Saturday 16th November: a Musical contact the Town Council on
Update on ‘Families Evening ‘Looking back to Summer’
welcoming back global award winning
01953 881007 or
Matter Keyworker’ soprano, Emma Nuule who sang at our Pictures (supplied): Willing
Fundraising Launch in October 2018, also hands above. Below: A very
for Watton soprano Karen Harries and Tenor and welcome cup of tea provided by
Thank you so much to you all for the support Organist William Falconer (£15 per ticket to Debbie from Tesco’s. (LtoR:
– in every way that you have given - to the include canapes and glass of wine) and Cllr John Chocqueel-Mangan,
fundraising for a ‘Families Matter Raffle. Debbie, Cllr Keith Gilbert)
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congratulate members on the this will now be on sale in
Watton Inner work they do and the Mullengers in Watton High
friendly way in which our Street.
Wheel . . . Together work is achieved. Our own We have to plan ahead and so
We Can! Chairman, Carole was
delighted to welcome Deidre
members were reminded that
rehearsals for our December
This is the slogan for the year given to and to present her with our Christmas concert when members
Inner Wheel clubs across the world by our latest fund raising effort become the choir will start in
International President, Phyllis Charter. It which is a recipe book November to get us all singing
symbolizes the way Inner Wheel clubs try compiled with members well. The date for the concert is
to work together to help their own favourite recipes. This will 11th December this year.
communities and those in need in other be sold for £4 a copy to raise We are always pleased to tell
countries. Our Watton club members do funds for the Benjamin people about Inner Wheel and
their very best to live up to this slogan with Foundation, Carole's charity for the year welcome enquiries about becoming a
the various events they put on each year and and is available from any Inner Wheel member. You might not want to commit but
individual members are also very involved member. if you would like to come to a meeting as a
in other organisations in the town of At the meeting three pairs of members guest please ring me, Brenda on 01953
particular interest to them. We also have an brought the umbrellas they had designed for 881792 to arrange it. We meet on the
event each year for an overseas charity and the Rotary competition as part of Watton second Thursday of each month mostly in a
try to respond quickly with funds to help Carnival. They carry our logo and member's home.
disasters such as hurricanes when they demonstrate our activities at home and the My photos show President Carole with her
occur in other parts of the world. charities supported overseas. Inner Wheel Friendship ball and District
I mention all this because at our September We shall have both the recipe book and the Chairman Deidre with a gift from the club
meeting we welcomed our District umbrellas on display at our next Lunchtime and a copy of our recipe book.
Chairman, Deidre Griffin, who brought the Concert with Pennyless on the 23rd Oct in The other photograph is our three umbrellas
slogan to our notice and was pleased to the Queens Hall 11.30 – 1.30 Tickets for for the Carnival.

More details are available on our web site at Bronwen's most intriguing and informative
Great Hockham account of this part of our local history.
Doors open at 13:30. Proceedings start at Afterwards there was a farewell
Gardening Club about 14:00. presentation of a gift and flowers to Irene
It’s only now, the time that we begin to Finally, it is with great regret that I have to Smith in appreciation of her sterling work
harvest our crops and clear the plots that we report the sad loss of one of our members. as a member of the management committee.
begin to see what kind of display of Linda Mawby (pictured below) had been a Irene is soon to be moving from the area.
foxgloves we will get next year. This valued member of our club for several In mid August a group of our members
unintended crop is a bonus and all our years. Always willing to help with anything holidayed in Northumberland. The tour was
plants will be saved and relocated for the that needed to be done. She died on 12th of arranged by Avanti Coach Travel and the
delight of the bees and us. September after what seemed to us like a itinerary included visits to Woodhorn
Our AGM was also a delight as this year we very short illness, but that may not have Colliery Museum, Alnwick Garden, a tour
omitted to include the traditional been the case as she was not one to of Hexham, Holy Island (Lindisfarne),
intimidation of the membership into joining complain. She had made many good friends Bamburgh, Seahouses and a cruise from
the committee. We had usual reports from within the club. Newcastle to South Shields. The group had
the secretaries and an overview of the Our thoughts are with her family. a wonderful time, remarking that there was
programme for the coming year. It looks such beautiful scenery and so much to do.
like being a good year, so readers of this They were even treated to a short,
column not yet members should think personalised aircraft flying display as they
seriously about joining us. journeyed back through Lincolnshire by our
Having discharged the legal obligations of chairman's eldest son who is stationed at an
an AGM we proceeded onto the RAF base in that county.
refreshments and a slide show. Usually we The No.1 pub lunch group will be going to
show pictures giving us a reminder of the The Wagon and Horses at Griston on
club events of the previous year, but as Thursday 10th October (no meeting in
previous dispatches have indicated, the September).
weather last year was not conducive to The No. 2 pub lunch group will be going to
making a collection of pretty pictures. By Bawdeswell Garden Centre on Tuesday
closely watching the forecast we did 24th September.
manage to have one impromptu visit to the Please contact our Membership Secretary
garden of two of our members – while the Christine Warne 01760 440820 if you
sun was shining. So this was the excuse for Watton U3A would like to become a member or would
said members to include in the film show, At our August meeting Bronwen Tyler like further details.
not only pictures of the garden in its current came to talk to us about local history and
state, but some showing how it has the talk was entitled Forgotten People and
progressed over the years. Each of the Places. Royal Air Force
committee members made a cake and Jane Bronwen took us back to pre 1942 and to
made sandwiches and set up the hall. To say villages and parishes that now form the Association
that the whole thing went smoothly might Stanford Battle Area. Her most interesting
have been economical with the actualité, talk was illustrated with archive Branch Standard
but just about everything happened that was photographs of people and dwellings of that As many of you know the Branch closed a
supposed to. time. We saw photographs of farm few years ago, and we have carried on as
The overall results from last year’s labourers, families and some well known Registered
competitions had been totaled and the characters of the close knit, interrelated Meeting Group with no Chairman or
results were as follows: Floral: Jane group of people who worked the poor soil Treasurer or Bank Account The few people
Dalton / Vegetables: Jane Dalton. Seasonal of the Walsingham Estate. There were also who do still atten
Photograph: Edward Szczepanowski. photographs of the halls and residences d these meetings are getting fewer so last
The three winners each received a prize of owned by the de Grey family and Lord year it was decided to seek permission from
£10.00 (making next year’s membership Walsingham and of the area's churches, the Diocese of Norwich to lay up the
free). chapels and schools. In 1942 all residents, Standard in St Mary's Church Watton. With
The competition for the coming year started including Lord Walsingham were given one great help from the Rev Gerry Foster, for
at this meeting and the results were as month to leave their homes as the area was which we are very grateful we now have
follows: needed for military training using live permission.
Floral: First: Chris Dalton. Second: Jane ammunition. The residents were led to This will take place on the Sunday 13th
Dalton. Third: Sue Thomas. believe that they would be able to return at October 2019 at the 10 o'clock morning
Fruit / Vegetables: First: Prue some point but that didn't happen. We were service. We invite all ex member of the
Szczepanowski. Second: Chris Dalton. shown photographs of buildings that had Royal Air Force, RAFA and members of
Third: Nigel Lincoln. been used for target practice and sadly some the public to come to this service.
Seasonal Photograph: First: Ed major buildings that had also suffered We are hoping that there will be several
Szczepanowski. Second: Sue Thomas. accidental fire damage. It was certainly in other Standards attending, If you do attend
Third: Laura Lincoln. stark contrast to the pretty villages and we ask that you are seated by 09-45.
Our next meeting will be Wednesday 9th of hamlets that had thrived there before. The Also I would like to thank the people who
October at Hockham village hall. Melissa area is still used for vital military training gave donations to cover the cost of
Sheldrake will be giving us a talk on and only authorised guided tours take place. obtaining permission and the fittings, we
‘Curious Obsessions’. New members are St. Mary's church at West Tofts is still in have not had the final cost as yet but thank
welcome and the beginning of the season is use and is now the pride of the battle area. you all. For more Information phone Ron
the best time to join. Just turn up (and pay). The group showed much appreciation of Wheeler 01953 881068
The Wayland News October 2019 Page 7

Grand Second Hand News from Watton Evening WI

Book Sale Dance-Away at
The last Sale of the year was held recently in
Thompson. Thanks to the efforts of our volunteers The Queens Hall
and customers, we raised a fantastic £1,510.04.
This will be divided between the three charities
Saturday October 5th
involved: Griston Church, Thompson Church, and Saturday November 2nd
Thompson Community Hall, this last in lieu of hire
fees. We send a massive THANK YOU to 7.30pm - 10.30pm
everyone who has supported us this year, enabling
us to distribute in excess of £4,000 to our charities.
Ballroom, Latin & Sequence
The sales are continuing, with three booked for Bar - Raffle
next year, details of which will be in next month’s
edition. In the meanwhile, donations of books,
CDs, DVDs, audio cassette tapes, and vinyl, will
be appreciated. Collection can be arranged, or
items can be left at TCH or with us in Griston.
Many thanks, Keith and Caroline 880153.

Wayland Mens Shed

Social Group Church Walk, Watton.
It seems that no sooner have I completed a write up
for one month and it time to start another, this last
month as always has been a busy one at The Shed,
Our Shed continues to go from strength to strength,
with 68 members having signed up for this new year,
our average attendance on our Monday and Every month is busy in the WI calendar and scene emerge in front of our eyes but listening
Wednesday opening days continues to be around 20 this one has been no exception. All the clubs to anecdotal evidence from her life. There
and for those attending there is a good atmosphere have been active with members enjoying was humour, as always, when dealing with the
and much amusement, game playing, conversation, companionship and new experiences. A human race. We laughed out loud when we
and meeting and supporting new members, and not number of ladies visited the South Pickenham heard the story of a gentleman, heavily
forgetting the drinking of Tea & Coffee. winery and experienced all that it had to offer! encumbered by his painting equipment, walk
John Bush our workshop supervisor together with By the time they had been shaken about on the an appreciable distance. He had been
one or two other members have been busy repairing tractor/trailer ride out to the vineyard and forewarned and Judith suggested he travel
and refurbishing several items brought in by wandered around learning about vine growing, light, to no avail. Upon arriving at the
members of the public, garden chairs and tables etc, they were glad for refreshments. Wines were destination, with superb views to the front and
and fitting and refurbishing the kitchen area in our tasted and nibbles eaten (above). A perfect sides, he announced 'there is nothing to paint'.
hall. Also thanks to Bob Cremers for the hard work end to an enjoyable visit. Beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder.
he has put in rewiring our workshop. Our meeting this month centred around Judith The 'artistic' elephant had us laughing too--
"The Mens Shed" continues to participate and Key, an artist from North Norfolk. Judith perhaps the art critic world should evaluate
play its part in our local community by helping and began speaking and painting, she talked us their comments more.
assisting where it can in local activities, Fetes, through, in fascinating detail, the processes of Our stunning county, with its beautiful areas
Carnivals and Antique Fairs, It has to be forming a seascape. It was a joyful came once again to life under the brush and
remembered that many of our members are in their experience, not only watching this wonderful commentary of this talented lady.
retirement years but this does not deter them from
doing their bit to help when they can, with several neighbourhood plan’s policies.
of our members helping to clean up the Memorial Saham Toney In parallel with the consultation, we have
Garden next door to Tescos and some of our commissioned a masterplanning study by
members will also be assisting at Watton Carnival Neighbourhood independent consultants. Basically, they will
on sunday 15th August. look at how the cluster of sites around
On 8th August our Chairman Mr Malcolm Plan Update Pound Hill and Page’s Lane, and the
Trayhorn and a guest were kindly invited to Shaping the future of Saham Toney! Richmond Hall site might be laid out in
Watton Town Mayors civic service at St Marys As you read this article, there will still be compliance with all the plan’s policies. As
Church,Watton, other members were also in about two weeks to make comments in well as site plans the study will include
attendance in other capacities so we were well response to the second formal consultation on artist’s impressions of how the sites might
represented and this was quite appropriate as the Saham Toney Neighbourhood Plan, if you look from the road. We intend to use the
"Wayland Mens Shed" are one of the recipients of haven’t already done so. The closing date is 13 study results in the next update of the plan
the Mayors charities this year ,for which we are October. to show the sort of site layouts that would be
most grateful. On sunday 28th August six of our The online comments form is very simple; it acceptable.
members visited Santon Downham for a Photo has three choices: We also intend to undertake some traffic
Walk resulting in a good selection of photographs 1) You support the plan without comment; surveys to get some baseline information on
being taken of the local wildlife and fauna, 2) You support the plan subject to comments the numbers of vehicles using roads around
followed by a welcome lunch and refreshments at you give; or the larger sites. We then need to establish a
a local restaurant in Mundford. 3) You oppose the plan. way to estimate how many more vehicles
Up and coming events; 13th September Cheese There’s also an even simpler “I support the would use the roads as a result of the new
and Wine Evening. Sunday 22nd September, plan” button you can click on our website, sites so that the impact of that can be
Duxford Battle of Britian Air Show,(Fully ( assessed, We’re still working out how best
Subscribed). Wednesday 9th October,Photo Walk, Of course, it’s entirely up to you as to what to do such a survey and will be talking to the
venue TBA. Wednesday 6th November a Visit to choice you make, or whether you respond at Local Highways Authority and specialist
RAF Marham. Friday 8th November, "Quiz & all. But we would just ask you to consider consultants to get their advice before
Chips" evening. Yes more corny jokes from before choosing the “oppose the plan” option, surveys get underway.
Malcolm! what the alternate to the Neighbourhood Plan Members of the work group will be
Last but not least, We are open Monday and is: leaving everything in the control of attending the Harvest Fun Day at the Wells
Wednesdays 9.30am to 1pm and on Fridays and Breckland planners, with none of the detailed Cole Community Centre on 28th September
Saterdays 10am to 1pm (computer group) All are criteria included in the plan’s policies to guide to answer any questions you may have on
welcome call in for a cuppa. And any enquiries call their decisions. the plan or its supporting documents, and we
me on; 01953 881004. Cheers All, Richard Adams. You may think we are scare mongering, but are considering if there are any other events
we genuinely believe that without the plan or venues where we could be on hand to do
Saham will get many more new houses than the same. If you have any ideas for such
Griston Parish Council the 83 that the plan specifies, and those meetings, please let us know before the
Griston Parish Council would like help from the would be in places not shown to be suitable consultation ends.
residents. Don’t worry it won’t be painful or or sustainable. There are many examples of You can find all the plan documents and the
onerous! Please could you use the bottle banks in Breckland approving Planning Applications comments form on our website. A paper
Angelica Place to recycle your glass bottles? The in Saham Toney over the past two years in copy of the Plan itself is on display at the
Parish Council is able to claim money back from unsuitable or unsustainable locations. The WCCC throughout the consultation.
the recycling. The funds received go towards Local Plan says “not significantly more than As usual, if you have any comments or
amenities for the village, such as maintenance in 33 new homes” for Saham up to 2036. questions on any of this, or anything else to
the recreation ground, repair of the recently Breckland’s Planning Officers have told us do with the Neighbourhood Plan, or if you'd
vandalised notice board, or even a few plants for that in their terms, “significantly more” like to be added to our mailing list, please
the hanging baskets at the bus stop. Many thanks, means 250-300; so they could readily get in touch with Andrew Walmsley on
the Parish Council members will be very grateful. exceed our 83 if not constrained by the 01953 884759 or at
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large cat and should have been nearer to
Norfolk Wildlife 6kg. He came into our care and was fed Watton Country
regular small meals, and had antibiotic
Trust Breckland tablets, which were crushed and put into
Local Group his food. Archie began to feel a little
better. And then his personality shone
A really busy Summer period for the
Market has seen us popping up at
through!! He did not like humans! We various local events, highlighted by the
don't think he was a true feral cat, and Carnival where we celebrated 100 years
had probably belonged to some one of Country Markets with our visitors on
once. But he had been fending for the day and served our ‘celebration
himself for some time until he became cakes’ to mark the occasion and share in
too poorly to cope and went downhill. the Carnival celebrations at the same
As you can imagine his vet fees were time.
very high! And his antibiotics had to Over the last few weeks our selection of
be continued for some considerable home grown local produce has been
time, as Archie was very snuffly, and ever increasing and it has been lovely
if a cat can't smell his food, he won't for us to welcome a steady stream of
eat. As his health improved he became regular customers and of course all of
more and more grumpy. What to do the new ones who have ventured in to
with him? was what we kept asking find out what is on offer. I must not
ourselves. And we had spent a lot of forget to mention the plant ‘department’
money on him! He couldn't be homed that has been outside all Summer long
Our BBQ, Bats and Moths evening at as he is not a friendly cat although he whatever the weather! We have also
Weeting Heath was well received and we is stunningly beautiful. When he welcomed new producers to the market,
had a good number of people to enjoy the reached about 5kg after some months including Carol who produces
food and company. At least it stayed dry in our care we advertised him as a decorative ceramic pieces for both
but was a bit chilly so there were not too farm/stable cat, who would need indoors and outside.
many bats or moths around. But it was feeding, but he could live outside with
good to see so many members and have access to shelter for when it is cold.
time to socialise with them. We were delighted that a lady owning
Last year the BBQ was the last of our a stables at Shadwell, offered to take
outdoor events, but we’ve extended the him. He was to share a stable with a
season this year, so on Sunday October one eyed horse, so they would have a
20th we have a Fungus Foray led by lot in common. Archie was kept inside
Jonathan Revett at Brandon Country Park. for about 3 weeks, so that he could get
IP27 0SU. This starts at 10.30am. There is used to his new surroundings. And
a flat charge of £5 per head. Booking is then he was let out with the option of
essential, please ring 01953 717227. being inside or outside. All was well
Then on Wednesday November 13th, we until about 5 weeks later when Archie
start our season of talks with a suddenly disappeared. We were all
presentation by a member of the Norfolk distraught, as we didn't know if Archie
Rivers Trust and on Wednesday 11th could feed himself with only one eye.
December we have Philip Parker giving a Three weeks later Archie turned up at
talk on Bats and Churches. Wretham, just outside Thetford, which
The talks are held at Watton Christian is a long way from his stable home. We The local hens have continued to
Community Centre, IP25 6AB and start at think he must have got into a vehicle, provide us with beautiful eggs, the
7.30pm. presumably full of hay, for a sleep and cakes, savouries and preserves are as
No booking is needed for these. ended up miles from home. The very good as ever, and our card makers,
kind lady in Wretham began feeding needleworkers, jewellery makers, wood
him in a copse next to her house. and ceramic crafters, knitters and
Breckland Cats Fortunately we had Archie crocheters are still overflowing with
Protection microchipped and the lady had him
scanned and that's how Archie found
We are already taking orders for
We at Cats Protection think we have the
his way back to us. We were delighted personalised Christmas gift items,
best job in the world. We get to foster
to have him back, but he was poorly greeting cards, hand knits and crochet,
delightful fluffy kittens and care for a
again having lost about 1.5kg and very ceramics and various hand sewn goods.
mummycat who has had kittens and
snuffly, so was taken to the vet for Please don’t delay if you want to get
watch them grow up and go to their new
another course of antibiotics. One of organised and plan ahead for a special
our fosterers had gift, we will be pleased to help and
But its not all
him in a pen in inspire you.
carefree and
her garden until Card payments can be accepted for any
happy, we have
he was better purchases you make, and don’t forget
to deal with sad
again and had you can easily contact us via our
cases too. Archie
gained weight. facebook page or messenger should you
(pictured) is one
We still had the wish to order, or enquire about any of
such cat. He was
problem of what our products. We can usually provide
found on a grass
to do with him. free local delivery should you require it,
verge in
The lady at the so please don’t hesitate to ask if this can
Mildenhall in
stables was help you.
January and it
reluctant to have Looking forward to seeing you soon at
was thought he had been hit by a car.
him back, in case he wandered off the Christian Community Centre, every
The RSPCA couldn't get to him so one
again. After much discussion, it was Wednesday 8.30am – 11.30am.
of the vet nurses at Eastgate vets went
decided that Archie should be released
out and brought him back to the
within the grounds of our fosterer,
surgery. Archie was alive but
who happens to live in the middle of
unresponsive. He hadn't been in a road
nowhere, surrounded by fields and
traffic accident, but he was extremely
trees. Archie has settled in well, and
dehydrated and full of infection and
has a shelter for when it is cold and
cat flu. He spent the weekend on a
wet, and the option to be outside in the
drip to rehydrate him. As he was to
fresh air. He is of course well fed and
come into our care, we asked the vets
comes back regularly for his food.
to perform a blood test for Feline Aids
A happy ending for Archie and we are
and Feline Leukaemia. Fortunately,
keeping our fingers crossed that he
Archie test results were negative for
will stay where he is as he is much
both viruses. We then asked the vets
loved and cared for. We help all
to do a senior cat blood screen for
animals, young or old, sick or healthy,
liver and kidney function as it was
but it is the older cats who drain our
thought that he was a middle aged cat.
resources. If you would like to make a
Archie's results were again fine. A few
donation to help poorly cats, please
days later, Archie was neutered and
call the number below. For help or
had to have an eye removed as it was
advice, or if you need assistance with
so badly infected, due to cat flu.
the cost of neutering, we are just a
Archie was extremely thin, painfully so.
phone call away – 01842 810018. Rita
He weighed about 3kg, but he was a
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Church for example, the training and skills
Bradenham or development (e.g. General Data
look on Facebook Protection Regulations), access to
Horticulture and Watton Community Cinema, Friday relevant information on our website and
18th October 2.15pm, at St Mary’s newsletters (e.g. Brexit Advice for
Garden Club Church “Fishermans Friends” Your Business), networking through
September 7th saw Bradenham Village Refreshment Café opens one hour prior events (e.g. our Vision and Strategy WHEN SHOPPING WITH
Hall bursting with the entries for our to screening. Tickets £5 available at Launch with George Freeman MP
annual Autumn Show . With over 20 the box office on the day (drink and Minister of Transport), promotion and OUR ADVERTISERS
entrants submitting everything from cake included in the price.) advertising of your business to local
longest runner bean, spectacular Dahlia Saturday Coffee Morning 19th October customers through the Chamber’s
blooms over 6” diameter, homemade 10.00am – 12noon A social coffee website or our well respected and
harvest bread and craft jewellery and morning at widely used Information, Trade and
photographs to over 40 different St Mary’s Church on the 3rd Saturday Services Directory, or more widely
classes, there was something for of each month. All welcome. through our collaborations with
everyone! The hall bulged further at Sat 16th November 7.30pm at St regional and national organisations (e.g.
3.30pm when the general public could Mary’s Church. Come to a Musical the Cambridge-Norwich Tech
see who had won what and enjoyed Evening “Looking Back to Summer” Corridor).
tea, homemade cakes and a wonderful Fund raising for a ‘Families Matter Although, the Chamber provides
atmosphere. Thank you to all who Keyworker’ for Watton. Welcoming, benefits in these ways to individual
attended, all who helped and of course Emma Nuule, soprano, William businesses there is also a collective
all who entered. We are very grateful Falconer, Tenor, Karen Harries, benefit that being a member brings to
to Fred and Sandra Howard and Louise Soprano, Tickets £15 to include a glass the wider Wayland business
Culley for their excellent judging. of wine and canapes, available from community. Every additional member
The winners of key awards were as Adcock’s, shop or the Church Office provides the Chamber with a stronger
follows: Autumn shield (for the most 01953 881252. voice and more influence at different
point in show) - Barbara Steward September Winners of the 150 Draw: levels whether local (recent engagement
Chairman's Cup (lady with the next 1st prize of £50 Adam Green ticket wit the Watton Neighbourhood Plan),
highest points) - Katy Hillier, number 110, 2nd prize of £25 Rev regional (Breckland Council on Rural
Gentleman's cup (man with next Kyla Sorensen ticket number 146 Innovation) or national (Government
highest points) - Michael Simmons, investments), greater resources
Sid Lancaster Cup (winner of the trug (expertise and funds) and access to
of vegetables) - Barbara Steward, Sid The West opportunities that open up new business
Lancaster Plate (winner of the best possibilities for all members and for our
bowl of fruit) - Barbara Steward, WI Norfolk communities. Our businesses all
Horticultural Cup (awarded for best employ local people providing jobs and
flower arrangements) - Margaret Aviation livelihoods and responsible businesses
Bowes, Michael Simmons Cup these days recognise that they have a
(awarded for best vegetable in Show) - Society role in the wider community. The
Marianne Kilmartin, Woolnough At our September meeting in the Chamber helps catalyse and co-ordinate
Trophy (for best vase of flowers) - Mundford Bowls Club, Steve, a WNAS such activities.
Barbara Steward, President's plate (for member and pilot, gave a flying start to In addition, to all this the Chamber only
highest number of points in the our autumn programme of functions because of a dedicated group
domestic section) - Katy Hillier. For presentations & activities with his of individuals who volunteer their time
full details of all winners, look on the account of post WWII British test and and energies to serve on our Committee
Bradenham Facebook Hub. research aircraft. A Lancaster powered and organise all of our activities. Each
Our next Thursday evening Club event by two jet engines and two RR of us are business people in our own
is on 19th September when we will Merlins, the Short SB5, the RR Flying right, running our businesses and
enjoy a celebratory dinner at the Bedstead and the Fairey Delta are just finding time to support the Chamber,
George Hotel in Swaffham to thank four of the many aircraft that some of bringing to life the old adage ‘that if
our judges. Our Annual General us did not know about or had forgotten you want something done give it to a
Meeting is on Thursday October 17th until Steve's lecturette. And that was busy person’.
at 7:30pm. With drinks and nibbles, just the first half of the evening! So there are numerous reasons and
this has become an increasingly social After the break, Steve showed and opportunities that may be relevant to
event for our members, as well as discussed some rare footage of the your company as our Chamber delivers
dealing with important business for the development of spy aeroplanes, on our vision and strategy for the next 3
coming year. Thursday November 21st including the Canberra and the U2. years. An approach set to strengthen
will see another Club first – a quiz! Thanks, Steve, you are already booked and build on commerce in Wayland and
No Latin name knowledge needed – we for next year! underpin the opportunities for the
promise! Although September's meeting was a future. Join us, either as a member or
Details of how to become a member or hard act to follow, another of our non-member at our launch of this
any information is available from members, Bob, will rise to the Vision and Strategy for Business in
Chairman, Barbara Steward challenge with a talk called:b With my Wayland with MP and Minister of
( , Head in the Clouds or some such. As a Transport, George Freeman. We look
Secretary, Helen Parnell-Cook former Canberra pilot, we expect the forward to welcoming you at this event
( or evening to be both informative and on the Friday 4th October at 5.30 pm at
Publicity Officer, Laurene Henderson entertaining. So, if you would like to Broom Hall Country Hotel, Saham
( join us on October 1 st for a couple of Toney. Email David Dent
hours, come to the Bowls Club just to
after 7pm. There is no charge for a first reserve your place.
What’s on at St visit.
You could also look at our website:
Mary’s Church, to
find reports of our previous meetings
Watton and activities.
Coffee and Chat. Thursday 3rd Author: David Allen
October 10.00am – 12noon. A social
coffee morning at St Mary’s Church,
all welcome. Wayland
Sundays 10.00am-11.30am ADventure
- free for 0-16 years at St Mary’s Chamber of
Church, Breakfast – Crafts – Games –
Faith in Jesus Teaching. (term time Commerce
only) The Wayland Chamber of Commerce is
Story Bags, Mondays 9.30am – a membership organisation that has
10.45am at St Mary’s Church for successfully served local businesses
parents and preschool children since 1955, as such it seeks to represent
(term time only). and reflect its members interests and
Watton Rainbow Brownies. Mondays needs. All types and size of businesses
4.30-5.45pm at St Mary’s Church join the Chamber and each may do so
Rooms for girls aged 5-7 years. The for different reasons. Firstly, there are
Rainbows will be meeting each the benefits that being a member can
Monday (term time only) at St Mary’s bring to a company and its employees
The Wayland News October 2019 Page 10
Watton Churches Together October Thought those who need the help we offer. TRBL
strive continuously to get central
over, it’s about doing what’s right and it’s
about how beautiful the world can be once
St. Mary’s Church, Watton
government to accept the burden of you’ve worked out what’s really important. Follow us @StMarysWatton for the Month supporting the ex-service community but It’s also about to be on at the Queens Hall
If I can be of help to you please do not hesitate to contact me, By Revd Gerry Foster, Vicar of until that is achieved TRBL will be there. in Watton on the 14th and 15th of
on 01953 881439, I can then St Mary's Church, Watton At the end of August the branch Chairman November at 7.45 pm and the 16th of
email or telephone you back or arrange to meet up with you. October is a time for Harvest and and Secretary attended an information day November at 2.30 and 7.45 pm. Tickets
Thank you: Your Vicar, Revd Gerry Foster. Thanksgiving. Farmers in particular are at Langley school near Loddon, where cost £7.50 for adults and £5.00 for children
1st, 3rd & 4th Wednesday at 9.30am Holy Communion working hand in hand with the elements, several speakers come along to keep the aged 14 and under and will be on sale at
2nd Wednesday Morning Worship which we cannot control and for whose membership up to date with what is Adcock’s in Watton High Street quite soon.
Thursdays 7.30-8.00am, 5.00pm - 5.30pm Parish Prayers effects we can’t always be prepared, despite happening nationally and at county level. So if you should spot a Badger striding
Saturdays 9.30am - 10.00am Parish Prayers the meteorological predictions. We are One thing of note of a more general interest about town, or a Rat and a Mole chatting
5.00pm - 6.00pm Prayer & Praise increasingly aware of the huge respect we is that TRBL is attempting to go plastic over a drink, or a giant Toad shouting
Sundays 10.00am-11.30am ADventure-free for 0-16 yr must have for the world we live in, free. To this end the poppies for 2020 will “Poop Poop!” at the top of his voice, fear
term time only environmentally, ecologically, historically be completely biodegradable and apparently not. They might just make the dark
Breakfast - Crafts - Games - Faith in Jesus Teaching and every other way, so we may with if put into a container of water will dissolve evenings a bit brighter and fun, too, for all
Church Office opens Tues, Wed & Thurs 9am-12 noon thanksgiving hand over the best of our within 36 hours and the water still fit to the family.
Tel: 01953 881252 communities to those following on. drink! Some of us are wondering how this
The Church will be open Wed 10.30-3.00pm & Thurs 10- Though the leaves are falling, the colours will work standing up the High Street on a
12.00 noon. You are welcome to come into church to enjoy
the peace and tranquillity, say a prayer & light a candle, or
are vibrant and the temperature can soar rainy Saturday in November. The standard Ashill & Holme Hale
between a chilly dawn and dusk. As part of wreaths will also be undergoing a review as
just to look round. Church members will welcome you and
serve refreshments.
the whole creation, this can teach us, if we, much of their construction is also plastic. Garden Club
like all those returning to schools or Also a trial this year, although not in this Annual General Meeting: The AGM of
Sun 29th Sept 8.00am Holy Communion universities, have an open mind. As the area, is a machine to accept contactless the Ashill & Holme Hale Garden Club held
3.30pm Group Service of Confirmation & season ends, there is hope. We can focus donations pre-programmed to accept £2, £5 on Thursday August 22nd was well
Renewal of Baptismal Vows with with thankfulness on both the year past and or £10 donations. If they are rolled out it attended with over 50 members present. In
Rt Rev’d Jonathan Meyrick, Bishop of Lynn the year to come. Even amidst the seems they will begin in locations of a high his Chairman’s report interim Chair Neville
Sun 6th 8.00am Holy Communion BCP disappointments and the losses and the footfall. There was also a very interesting McBrien paid tribute, and presented a gift
10.00am Informal Harvest Festival Service failures, there are seeds being sown for the talk from the CEO of the North Norfolk of appreciation, to the immediate past
“All in Church Together” followed by shortened new seasons of winter and then the warmth Railway about their scheme in conjunction Chairman, David Priestley, who stepped
Holy Communion for those who wish to stay of spring. There are so many with TRBL to offer work experience to down in April due to other commitments.
Sun 13th 8.00am Holy Communion BCP encouragements in the Bible for us service leavers, helping with that transition David was enthusiastically applauded by all
10.00am Informal Holy Communion concerning the world in this one universe back into civilian life. Many of us were members present for his contributions to the
Sun 20th 8.00am Holy Communion BCP about which we are reminded we still know unaware that the railway started in the early running of the club. All elected members of
10.00am Holy Communion so little. 1960’s courtesy of Dr. Beeching and the committee stood for re-election, which
Sun 27th 8.00am Holy Communion BCP John, an Apostle of Jesus had this vision, employs 50 staff and about 300 volunteers. was unanimously approved by the
10.00am 4th Sunday at 10 which you can read in the last book of the They have a large steam engineering works membership. Neville McBrien was elected
Watton Methodist Church Bible, Revelation chapter 21: He (Jesus at Weybourne and carry out work on steam as Chairman of the Club. Christ) who was seated on the throne said, engines from all over Europe. They also Annual Fruit & Vegetable Show:
Every Wednesday the Church is open for quiet reflection and "I am making everything new!" Then he have a steam engineering apprenticeship Immediately following the AGM the Club
prayer between 10.15am & 11.30am. It’s your quiet place. said, "Write this down, for these words are scheme and there can’t be many of those held its Annual Fruit & Vegetable Show
At 10.30am there is a half-hour Midweek Service in the Large trustworthy and true." available. We had a history Lesson from the with members submitting a large number of
Vestry led by the Minister or a Church Member. James, an Apostle of Jesus wrote this, in the Guides with details of some of their entries across the 10 different classes. Our
Sun 6th 10.30am Miss J Woor fifth chapter of his letter: ”I tell you, lift up wartime exploits. The Norfolk Guides are independent judge David Taylor
6.30pm Local Arrangement your eyes and look at the fields, for they are affiliated to TRBL at county level and the commented that in all but one category
Sun 13th 10.30am Local Arrangement ripe for harvest”….. Thinking of you: your 1st Watton Guides are affiliated to our picking the winner was a difficult and close
6.30pm Revd J Horton Vicar Revd Gerry Foster branch along with the ACF and ATC. We run thing. Members who won categories
Sun 20th 10.30am Mr S Lynn value our connections with our local youth included Hazel Chapman, Wendy Churchill,
6.30pm Revd B Trinder organisations and do our utmost to promote Peter Ewins, Jezz Hookham (2), Richard
Sun 27th 10.30am Mrs E Warby Royal British Legion the good work they all do. Leighton (3), Nev McBrien and Bob Self.
6.30pm Local Arrangement Our other news is that in conjunction with the The overall ‘Best in Show’ entry was won
Roman Catholic Community
Watton and District RAF families club we have laid a memorial by Jezz Hookham with his entry of 3
The last of the summer holidays are just stone at the Bomber Command Memorial in courgettes (see photo).
Each Sat 5.00pm Mass at Watton Methodist Church
about over unless of course you are possibly Lincoln. The memorial has what it has called The produce submitted for the show was
St. Nicholas’ Church, Ashill at university or a Member of Parliament and a “ribbon of remembrance” which connects then auctioned off to members by Richard
Sun 6th 10.00am Harvest Festival it’s time to take stock with arguably our the museum with the memorial which consists Leighton who had members in roars of
Sun 13th 9.30am Family Holy Communion most important time of the year looming. of memorial tablets of a personal or general laughter with his inimitable and risqué
Sun 20th 9.30am Morning Worship Our summer break of officialdom took the nature. We have laid a stone a picture of style. All funds going to subsidise future
Sun 28th 9.30am Holy Communion form of a summer bar-b-que as mentioned which is accompanying this article. We hope outings organised by the club.
in the last round up. We have had a few to organise a trip to the memorial later in the Gardeners’ Question Time: To round
St. George’s Church, Saham Toney comings and goings in the membership, year, which will no doubt be reported on. off an excellent day of enjoyment (not
Sun 6th 11.00am Lay Led Worship some move away or just forget to renew If this all sounds like you are missing out, something usually associated with an
Sun 13th 11.00am Family Holy Communion their subscription others unfortunately get maybe you are, so look up our branch AGM) the club held a moderated
Sun 20th 11.00am Morning Worship summoned by their maker. What is details on or via gardeners’ question time. There was a
Sun 27th 11.00am Holy Communion important that we continue to recruit new the national website. Failing that give the panel of four experts (Sue Saini, David
S.s. Peter & Paul’s Church, Carbrooke members, which I am pleased to say we are secretary Helen Daly a call on 01953 Taylor Richard Leighton and Wendy
Sun 6th 10.30am Harvest Festival still doing, and all those membership 885124 for more information, or better still Churchill) and questions previously
Sun 13th 10.30am All Age Worhip subscriptions help towards the £1.5 million come along to any meeting you will be submitted by members were put to the
Sun 20th 10.30am Holy Communion a WEEK the Legion spends on welfare. made very welcome. panel via moderator Neville McBrien.
Sun 27th 10.30am Lay Led Worship Obviously this figure is boosted by the Among the many questions the panel
poppy appeal which this year raised over tackled was how to reduce or eliminate
St John the Evangelist Church, Ovington £51 million nationally, and we must not If you go down to black spot on roses (treat with tea tree oil)
Sun 6th 9.30am Holy Communion forget donations from other sources such as and how to stop slugs decimating your
Sun 20th 10.30am Pet Service legacies and from government bodies. It the Woods today . . . hostas (put beer traps out before damage
may also be a good time to remind everyone If you’re one of those people who never spotted and most effective of all grow in
that the poppy appeal is a year long fund leaves the house, then you probably won’t pots). A question asked to all panelists
raising exercise not just for two weeks have noticed that the nights are, as the old was what was the best gardening advice
All Saints Church, Threxton before Remembrance Sunday. But to expression goes, drawing in. The rest of us
have been aware of it for a while, though,
they had been given and I think all
reiterate membership is still a large chunk members concurred with one particular
Harvest Thanksgiving at All Saints Church of the funds needed to run this huge charity. and the animals probably more than most. response “Don’t forget to sit back, relax
Threxton on Sunday 6th October at 3 p.m. The Royal British Legion (TRBL) This hasn’t stopped several of them from and enjoy your garden!”. As gardeners’
membership is greater than the Army, heading for rehearsals for the Wayland we sometimes forget that ultimately we
Everyone welcome Players’ next production, which will be, of
Royal Navy, RAF and all MOD civilian do this for our own enjoyment and
personnel put together. Membership is course, The Wind In The Willows. contentment.
open to anyone who would like to support When Kenneth Grahame wrote the book, in Our October meeting is on Thursday
1908, it was partly to entertain his young
PLEASE MENTION the Armed Forces Community it is not a
military old boys club, we are all inclusive. son and partly to express his dislike of
October 24th, 2.30pm at Holme Hale
Pavilion, when our speaker Ray Mitchell
If you want to join but not be active that is motor cars. He was absolutely right in both
THE WAYLAND NEWS fine we still need that subscription. If you of these things, because there are far too
will present a talk on “Cacti and
Succulents”. New members are always
do want to join in socially that is great and many cars and the story is still hugely welcome so please come along and join us.
WHEN SHOPPING WITH if you really want to get involved in TRBL entertaining, not just for children but for Website:
work as a volunteer that would be fantastic. everyone. It’s very funny, for a start. It’s
OUR ADVERTISERS So which ever category you fall into please about friendship and loyalty, it’s about what
happens when new-fangled crazes take
think about membership it means a lot to
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Thars bin a sharp
drop in tha
tempature jis leartly, THE WAYLAND
must be gitten reddy
fer winter. Thet kep NEWS
dry while we got tha
rest o tha wheat cut WHEN SHOPPING
an carted, an thet
wos a fair ole crop WITH OUR
an orl. Ole farmer
hev bin gooin up tew tha bank evra day tew see ADVERTISERS
iffen tha corn marchent hev put his three
happence in. He hent bort us a drink yit so
rekkun heez still weartin. Horry dun his
yewshul bale cartin, I wos a bit consarned cos
he piled em eva so high an thars wun or tew
Other league teams doing well.
lectric lines gooin acrorse tha rood, an I cud see
harf tha willage gitten cut orf, but thet jist
Ashill Bowls Ashill also finished off the season with their
cleared ‘em. Praps he hent sich a duller arter orl. Ashill finished their outdoor season on a high 65th anniversary day which was well attended;
Nex thing is tha owld beet’ll hev tew be lifted winning the Elmham League KO cup. They thanks to all who attended and to winners
an carted aside tha rood fer ole boy Jack tew git were also runners up in the county EBA central Mattishall. Brian Smith (Hon Sec)
his ole Bedford owt o tha shid an shift ‘em orf league, and third in Ashill mixed triples league.
tew Wissington, we cud hev wun o tha big boys
wi thar gret ole lorry’s, but boss sez boy Jack you would like it, together with the loan of
hent let him down fer thutty year, an heeze Loch Neaton Short Bowls, Two Free sessions for new members or
cheap an orl. beginners.
I spect Horry’ll wanta go allonga Jack, cos he Mat Bowls Club at If you have any enquiries please call Norma on;
say he dunt git owt much an he want tew see 07748245496.
how tha otha harf live owt in tha fens. Thas wot Watton Sports We look forward to seeing you.
he say, but I rekkun boy Jack know ware tew
ketch a few o’ tha ole pheasants and thars a Centre
cuppla gud pubs wot they goo parst on the way Its now been several weeks since we first Diabetes UK
back from tha larst lood. Well I say goo parst, opened at Watton Sports Centre, and we are We were entertained at our September meeting
but knowin them tew, they heffta stop an let tha very pleased with the response as our numbers by a long-term friend of ours, Mike Wabe. This
ole lorry cool down. are steadily rising allowing us to play with up time we were his guinea pigs for a new talk -
Wen we hed cows Jack allus cum back wi a to 3 mats we can accommodate up to 18 players "From Twang to Bang"! As suggested by the
lood of suga beet pulp, cor blarst tha ole cows at any 45 minute session, with up to 6 players title, he talked about weaponry from Long
yewsed tew luv thet, but my missus she say thet per mat. both our Tuesday mornings (9am to Bows up to modern day guns. As usual, his talk
meark tha milk tearst funny. Farmer dint care 12pm) and Thursday Evenings (6,45pm to was interesting, entertaining and with all the
cos thar cows wos givin more milk than 9pm) are proving equally popular with a good little anecdotes that normally accompany
yewshul. turn out of members. Mike's visits! We have been lucky to have had
Things gooin on in tha willage jist as orlways, We have now joined the official "Norfolk Short Mike as a speaker for several years and he
thars allus suffin tearkin plearce in tha horl, an Mat Bowling League" and this will allow us to never ceases to amaze us with his vast amount
nex week thars anutha cowncil meetin so Horry participate in some competition events in 2020, of knowledge on all that he talks about. Despite
an me hev bin sortin owt wot we’re gooin tew these events are not compulsory and our having his right hand in plaster, he was able to
complane abowt, see if we carnt git tha ole member can choose if they would like to demonstrate his props with his usual efficiency
chairmawtha orl riled up. Years agoo orl tha compete or just play friendly roll ups at our and he was warmly thanked for his time.
owld cowncil meetins yewsed tew git a bit in weekly sessions. Some of our members also went on an evening
tha local pearpa, an thet wos suffin amusin tew As we are now part of the Bowling scene at the tour of the Stanford Training Area. We spent a
read sum o the gooins on at sum o tha willages Sports Centre we have the added advantage of pleasant 2 1/2 hours in the company of Colonel
arown here. I say tew Horry I say, “We orta being invited to the events both Social and (Retired) Tony Powell, learning about the area,
write a bit an send it up tew tha pearpa, Bowling with the "Loch Neaton Outdoor Bowls it's past, troop training, Afghan and Iranian
speshully wen tha ole chairmawtha git on har Club", Sunday 1st September we were invited compounds and Dad's Army. All whilst
high horse an start tew lay down tha lore, I bet to join them in an afternoon of Fun and Games travelling through Stanta by coach, with an
tha nex meetin yew’d hev sum o tha big pearpas on their Green followed by a Buffet Lunch and opportunity to alight at different places to learn
send down a reporter an a photograffer” I a very enjoyable time was had by all. more.
wonda how she wud deal wi thet. From 14th September on we will be having a Our next meeting is on Monday 14th October
Well thas abowt time tew goo an shut tha ole regular Saturday coffee morning in the Club at the Pentecostal Church, Watton, 10.15am.
hens fer tha nite an git a nite cap tew git me tew House from 10am to 11.30am, all members are Our speaker will be Sarah Turner, Diabetes
sleep, cos I hent dun a lot tewday an hent feelin welcome to pop in for a chat and refreshment. Facilitator. Our thanks, as usual, go to the
tew sleepy. Granma say “Don’t feel sorry fer We will be holding weekly sessions of Short Church for the generous use of their facilities.
yoreself---fell sorry fer those wot hev tew live Mat Bowls in the main hall so why not come For details of any of our meetings, please
with yew. and say hello and give it a go new and non phone and leave a message on 01953 884713,
Dew yew kip a troshin. Boy Sid players are welcome, help will be available if or email
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(Loch Neaton)
Bowls Club
As the outdoor bowls season draws
to end, the Bowls Club has been
holding a number of friendly and
social events. A Club Charity Day
was held on Sunday 1st September
when £200 was made - the event was
also supported by members of the
newly formed Loch Neaton Short
Mat Bowls Club. The club has made
a total of £700 for charity this year,
with donations going to the Daisy
Programme, EACH and the East
Anglian Air Ambulance.
The Club Finals Day was held on a
cool Sunday, the 8th Sept. The final
of the Open Singles match was won
for the first time by one of our ladies,
Ollie Millington beating Rob Walker
21-16. The 4 wood pairs final with
Mike Mitchel and Len Green vs John
Seage and Colin Hill, was an even back of the green for one. This left Mike 5th October, 10am. We will also be holding
closer match: after 20 ends the score with one bowl to save the match which he Saturday Coffee Mornings in the clubroom
being 18 -18. All the spectators were did with an amazing draw shot. Mike and throughout the winter 10 till 11am.
on their feet to watch the last end. It Len winning 19-18. Pictured are President John Hunter and
looked as if Mike and Len were If you are interested in joining us next year, Captain Graham Vallam presenting a
going to win holding 4 when John we will be holding our AGM in the cheque for £400 to the Daisy Programme
picked up the jack and took it to the clubroom, at the Sports Centre, on Saturday Project Officer.

Richmond Park
Golf Club
Ladies Section
With the summer drawing to a close, it
has been a busy time for the Richmond
Park Ladies with several trophy events
being played.
On 15th July the Ladies held a Closed
Meeting for the Windfall Trophy. This
is one of the most prestigious events in
their calendar and is played in the
Stableford format over 18 holes.
Following the golf the ladies put on their
summer finery and enjoyed a delicious
buffet lunch after which the prizes were
The winner, with a score of 36 points,
was Julie Ellis. In second place, with a
score of 34 points was Linda Hewison L – R Margaret Lockwood, Hilary Sutton, Rosie Sutterby.
and in 3rd place, with a score of 33
points was Rosie Sutterby. This 18 hole competition is played in the “Unique Greensomes” format, mixed pairs
Thankfully Monday 29th July dawned Stableford format, and it was a very close-run battled it out over 18 holes for the Wissey Cup.
sunny and warm for Invitation Day. The competition with the result as follows: The winners, with a magnificent score of 42
Ladies and their guests played an 18 Winner on countback with 33 points – Anne points, were Anne Bell and Neil Easdon.
hole Better Ball Competition, with both Bell; Second on countback with 33 points - On Monday 9th September, in drizzly
scores counting on the Par 3’s. Despite Margaret Middleton; Third with 31 points - conditions but probably with better weather
the heavy rain of the previous two days Chris Whyatt; Fourth on countback with 30 than expected, the Ladies played for the
the course was in good condition and points - Margaret Lockwood. Secretary’s Salver. It was played in the
everyone enjoyed the fun occasion. Running alongside the Granny Trophy was a Stableford format over 18 holes.
The ladies were provided with a halfway competition for non-grannies and the winner on Winner, with a terrific score of 40 points, and a
house of various tasty snacks to keep countback with 32 points was Margaret handicap reduction to 21, was Hilary Sutton. In
them going on the back 9, cheerfully Broadbent, second on countback, also with 32 second place with 37 points was Rosie
served by Ann Achilles and Margaret points was Julie Ellis. Sutterby. In 3rd place with 36 points was
Middleton. Ann had a busy day as she
dealt with the welcome and registration
On Friday 6th September, playing in the Margaret Lockwood.
as well as organising the raffle. A big PLEASE READ!!! Page space is allocated strictly on a first
thank you to her. After the golf the come, first served basis. 12 Noon on the 15th of the
ladies returned to the Clubhouse to
enjoy a tasty buffet meal followed by the
month preceding publication is the last date and time
prize giving. that copy will be CONSIDERED for inclusion. Arrival of
WINNERS Rosie Sutterby and Ann your copy before deadline does not guarantee inclusion,
Emmerson (Ryston Park); 2nd Linda if you wish to be certain your entry gets published, then
Hewison and Diane King (Feltwell); 3rd
Annie Long and Carolyn Beaumont please make sure it arrives in plenty of time otherwise
(Thetford); 4th Chris Whyatt and Susan you may still be disappointed.
Filby (Ryston Park); Best Front 9 You can contact Julian by ringing (01953) 858908.
Jeanette Fowler and Maureen Everett The e-mail address is
(Kings Lynn); Best Back 9 Chris Bailey Views expressed in articles in The Wayland News are those of the
and Lynne West (Barnham Broom) contributors and not the views of the publisher or printers.
There was also a Charity Raffle in aid of While every care and effort has been taken to ensure accuracy,
the Watton Memory Cafe which raised the publisher cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions.
£100 for this very worthy cause. This issue of the The Wayland News was published by:
Following the wild and windy weather
Julian Horn, 32 High Street, Watton IP25 6AE
of the previous weekend when several
trees on the golf course were damaged, and printed by:
and with some debris still on the Sharman & Company Ltd, Newark Road
fairways, on Monday 12th August the
Ladies played for the Granny Trophy.
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