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FOUND 2 Fire Extinguishers were found dumped at the rear of Crowes 1 x 9 litre water extinguisher - RED
1 x 4.5kg Dry Powder Extinguisher - BLUE
Both were serviced June 02 and the supplier was ACE FIRE
Please contact PC Whitehead, 01953 424242 ext 1191

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The Sheringham Branch of North Norfolk Conservative Association held their AGM at Southlands Hotel in February. The President, Geoffrey Storey, welcomed members & speakers to the meeting. Following the business of the meeting, Carolyn Williams, retiring Chairman of the Constituency, thanked the Branch for their support over the three years of her office & Helen Bartram, the Agent, updated Branch members of the forthcoming District Council elections. A lively discussion took place on a number of different political topics & members were reminded of the Forum for Political discourse, which takes place regularly at Louden Road Conservative Club in Cromer. A programme of events in Sheringham has been arranged for the coming year to which all members are invited with new members being always welcome.
Madeline Ashcroft, Bethany, Alexandra Road, Sheringham.

The ROTARY CLUB of CROMER AND SHERINGHAM are continuing the collection of unwanted spectacles on behalf of VISION AID OVERSEAS.
Sheringham Community Paper Two North Norfolk businesses have agreed to continue to serve as collection points, Randalls Electrical of Mount Street, Cromer and Bertram Watts of Church Street, Sheringham.
Rotarians will sort the unwanted specs as required by V.A.O before forwarding them on. V.A.O. will then deliver them to selected prisons where trained inmates determine their prescription, label and pack them before they are shipped to Gambia, Ghana, Malawi, Swaziland or India.

V.A.O. sends out teams of volunteers to run eye clinics and dispense spectacles as required.

Your unwanted spectacles could make a sight of difference to someone. Please help.

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Sheringham Football Club

The 1st XI's unbeaten run ended at Norwich United Reserves where they put in a poor performance and went down 0 - 2. The following week things improved when they beat Wortwell from division 2 in the K.O. Cup. In a tense first half Sheringham were hard pressed to contain their lively opponents, but in the second half they finally broke down the Wortwell defence and ran out 2 - 0 winners. They now meet Gayton away in the semi-final on Saturday 29th March. The reserves title ambitions were virtually ended when they lost 1 - 2 at league leaders East Ruston, but in their next game they comfortably beat Blakeney at home 4 - 1.
The match fixture lists have both teams playing away games for the whole month.
February 200+ Club Winners
50    J. Regis
25    A. Jeary
10    P. Ward
5    R. Jeary, B. Pegg, A. Neave, M. Grice, E. Stothers, M. Ayers, P. Cox

Sheringham School Team 1912
(11 - 12 yrs old)

Norfolk Schools Shield Final
Sheringham 1 - Norwich City School 'B' Team 2

Sheringham Community Paper

Back Row: Mr Smith (headmaster), L. Judd, Joe Hannah, M. Cox, B. Dennis, Mr. Payne (master), W. Gaff & F. Claxton
Centre: W. Bayfield, A. Browne & W. Sadler
Seated: L. Craske, R. Gardner & C. Pegg

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