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Sheringham Community Paper Sports News

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Sheringham returned to winning ways with a hard working display and went ahead in the first half by goal poached by J Pasque this unsettled top of the league Scole and Sheringham should have scored more before half time.

At the start of the second half Scole came out to attack but Sheringhams Back four held them and with another outstanding display by Ben Wright. Sheringham's keeper helped keep Sheringham ahead until a well worked goal came from Scole to level the score to 1-1.

Some positional changes from Sheringham helped strengthened the midfield and Scole found it hard to break through. Sheringham took the lead again by a good goal from J Denegri, Sheringham's top scorer this season and held on to a well-deserved victory.

Final score Sheringham 2 Scole 1
Man of the match Ben Wright
Presented by Jon & Thea Rowling will be on

Doors open at 7pm -Quiz starts at 7.30pm
Tickets 1 each person and teams of 4 members maximum-Sorry, no children-Licensed bar with drinks at special prices-Raffle-Prizes -Tickets available from Weybourne Village stores and Village Hall Committee Members-Order or purchase your tickets now as limited number available-all profits to Village Hall refurbishment of facilities
Come and enjoy the fun and entertainment.
Sheringham Community Paper
Dear Sir/Madam
Referring to the plane crash on December 6th 1939, I was with my Father, amongst others as the plane was washed ashore. It had been arranged before the War that the maroons would not be fired to alert the Lifeboat crews and helpers, so this was done by call outs. In the early hours of that night, I heard the loud noise of an aircraft making such a noise as if in trouble. At that moment, Mr Henry 'Downtide' West, shouted up at our house. I immediately called my Father, we got ourselves ready and set off in the blackout. A terrible night, with northerly gale and squalls of rain or sleet. My Father was concerned that I was going, but others were running too. When we got to the end of the West Prom, near the chalets, we went down the steps onto the stones and some men were getting into the sea to get a rope onto the plane, which was being washed ashore. There were no bodies in her at that time, but a pair of binoculars hung in the cockpit.  Early the next morning we decided to go along and have another look at her, but as we walked along the beach or prom, we were stopped by hundreds of military police. We saw then that she was a German plane. We could not go near her and there were all sorts of rumours as the London papers and placards were full of a secret weapon that had brought her down. She was a Heinkel 115, she had been mine laying and two of her crew had been washed out. Later they were washed ashore.

On December 23rd, my Father Henry William West came home and told us that the two men were to be buried at the cemetery along the Weybourne Road. I decided to go along, it was a bitterly cold day with snow showers. I stood near the hedge on the East Side of the cemetery with a few others. Full military honours and a German flag was draped over the coffins.  Later these two men were moved to Cannock Chase, I wrote an account of this in my book called 'Memoirs of a Shannock'. A photograph of the plane was the front piece of my book 'Shannocks' in Wartime.
Yours sincerely, May Ayers
Sheringham Community Paper Cromer & Sheringham Arthritis Care Branch
Volunteers Needed
The Cromer & Sheringham Arthritis Care branch holds their meetings at East Runton Village Hall, East Runton every 2nd Thursday of the month from 2pm -4pm. The branch would like to ask, if there is anyone who has any spare time to help them with setting up the tables & chairs before the meeting starts.  The purpose of the Arthritis Care meetings is to provide information, help and support for people with arthritis of all ages, their families and carers and anyone else involved in supporting people with arthritis.  If you would like to help in anyway and /or to get further information about the Arthritis Care branch, please contact Margaret on Tel: 01263-579639.
Arthritis Care Information Drop-in at the Health Centre, Sheringham.

The Arthritis Care Information worker will be holding an Information Drop-in at the Health Centre, Sheringham on Wednesday 11th February 04 from 9.30 - 11 30. The purpose of the Information drop- in is to provide information, help and support for people with arthritis of all ages, their families and carers and anyone else involved in supporting people with arthritis.  If you would like further details about the Arthritis Care Information Drop-in please contact Jack on 01263-824478.
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