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@ Sheringham Community Paper - Issue 200 - 1st September 2017

National Blood Service

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Sign up to our register and you could be a lifesaving match for someone with blood cancer.

What does joining the register involve?

If you’re between 16 – 30 and in good health, you can sign up to the Anthony Nolan register (you’ll stay on it until you turn 60).

We’ll send you a spit kit in the post so that you can give us a quick saliva sample.

Whenever a patient with blood cancer or a blood disorder needs a lifesaving stem cell transplant, we search the register, looking for someone who’s a genetic match for that patient.

If you’re a match, we’ll be in touch, and we’ll ask you to donate if you’re still healthy and happy to do so.

Join the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Register


Responding to new analysis by Crisis forecasting a rise in rough sleeping over the next three years, Cllr Judith Blake, Housing spokesperson at the Local Government Association, said:

“Councils want to end homelessness. As we have warned, councils are housing the equivalent of an extra secondary school’s worth of homeless children every month.

"For families, rising homelessness is tragic. For councils housing homeless people, it is unsustainable.

“Homelessness is everyone’s business, and councils need the help of health, employment, and housing partners to deliver ambitions to end it. In particular, councils need to be able to adapt the implementation of some welfare reforms to ensure there are housing options for people on low incomes.

“There is no substitute for a renaissance in council house building if we’re to truly address the rising homelessness we face as a nation.

"For that to happen, government needs to allow councils to borrow to invest in genuinely affordable housing, and to keep all of their receipts from Right to Buy sales, so that money can be reinvested into delivering genuinely affordable homes.”

North Norfolk Photographic Society

North Norfolk Photographic Society held their 2017 Annual Exhibition during Holt Festival Week.

Over 400 people visited the exhibition where scores of members’ prints and digital photos were displayed.

North Norfolk Photographic Society

During the Wednesday evening, the club met for a social event and chairman Malcolm Edwards thanked members for their participation and presented certificates to members who had won competitions during the year and Trophies to those who had achieved particular success. 

These were Diana Knight - Advanced Photographer of the Year and Grace Glaister - Novice Photographer of the Year.

North Norfolk Photographic Society

Meetings of the North Norfolk Photographic Society are normally held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month at the Holt Community Centre. For further details please contact the club Secretary, Judith Wells at or see the club website at

Paul Todd, Sheringham, Pine Furniture maker