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READERS LETTER
My husband and I moved from a city in the East Midlands to live in Sheringham in January this year. We have been regular summer visitors to this area for the past 10 years, staying first of all in our touring caravan and then buying a static caravan 3 years ago. As we were finding it more and more difficult to return to ‘’city living’’ we took the major decision to up-root from the house which had been our home for 32 years and move to an apartment here in Sheringham.   The purpose of this letter is to say ‘’thank you’’ to all the people who have helped us to settle into our new life so comfortably. The gas engineer, the plasterer, the decorator, the carpenter and the other tradesmen who have helped to transform our new residence into our home, and our neighbours who have been so understanding of the noise and disruption we have caused during the course of this transformation! The local shops where the assistants are so friendly and willing to help and our special friends who we have met over the last two summers and who already live here - they have helped to cushion any thoughts of ‘’ have we done the right thing?’’ We are sure that we have. We have enjoyed so many local social occasions in the last 3 months and we are now becoming involved in voluntary work in the town. We consider ourselves to be extremely fortunate to live in such a beautiful area, with so many amenities and look forward to enjoying all of the seasons and not just the summers!
Thank you Sheringham.
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Sheringham Community Paper
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Most Outstanding
Wings Week Appeal Result
At the Annual General Meeting of the Sheringham & District Branch on 23 March at The Southlands Hotel Sheringham, the Chairman, Derek Shrigley announced that the branch had been awarded the Jim Woodford Memorial Trophy for the most outstanding Wings Week Appeal Result for a small branch. In addition the Branch had been awarded a trophy to mark that it had broken the 9000 barrier for the first time.
Sheringham Community Paper He also announced that the membership at the 31 December 2003 was the highest in the history of the Branch and that there had been a further increase in members and
Friends of RAFA since the start of the New Year.  Special praise was given to George and Dorothy Baker for making the arrangements for Wings Week and organising collections on Cromer Pier, at Safeways and in Cromer itself.
Sir Colin Turner
President & PRO
Sheringham Community Paper
Sheringham Community Paper
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