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Local Youngsters Read All About It.
Pupils at a local school are turning over a new leaf in their education now –after a helping hand from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society! Kate Davis is library manager at Sheringham High School. When the School began reviewing its library resources, Kate contacted staff at N&P’s Sheringham branch to see if they could help. Caroline Knowles, manager of the branch at 29 High Street, offered to donate 40 new reading books.
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Sheringham High School currently has 750 pupils, aged from 11-18 years old. The School’s library resources are reviewed on an ongoing basis and high interest reading books are always in demand.

Pupils from Woodfield Sixth Form Centre, also on Holt road, use the library facility too. The books Caroline has provided are designed for teenages to encourage them to read and help increase reading ability.

Caroline went along to the School to meet some of the pupils who will benefit from her donation. She said ‘’I’m delighted we could help out. Obviously being able to read is crucial and if these books encourage children to read more and increase ability then it’s absolutely great.’’

Kate said ‘’Books and resources need replacing and updating regularly, which can prove quite costly. It’s great when a local company shows its support and we’re really pleased with the help from Norwich and Peterborough.’’
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Arthritis Care & WHISS (Women Health Information Support & Service.) will be holding an Arthritis Awareness Event at St. Andrew Church Hall, Cromer Road, Sheringham on Wednesday 16th June 2004 from 10am-1pm.  Dr Peter Merry will be holding a Question & Answer session from 11.00 –12.00 and there will be Information stands from other organisations related to Arthritis.The purpose of the Arthritis Awareness Event 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. For further information about the Arthritis Awareness Event, please contact Jack on Tel; 01263-824478.
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Okay, all you children aged 1 - 12 years, this column is for you.  Enter the competition(s) and you may win a prize.
A few palindrome riddles!
What word becomes a palindrome when viewed upside down and backwards?
(Clue: It's something which is done a lot at the seaside)
St. Andrew`s Methodist Church, Sheringham
8th. - 11th. July
Thursday & Friday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday 12 noon - 6 p.m. and Festival Praise at 6.30 p.m.
This large annual flower extravaganza will be on the theme of "Women of Distinction" this year and the church will be filled with over 30 arrangements.   Refreshments will be available all day every day, there will be organ music to listen to in the church as you enjoy the sight and perfume of the flowers. On Thursday, Friday & Saturday there will also be a wide variety of stalls. Proceeds from the Festival are for church funds and a donation to local charity, which this year will be for the Kelling Hospital Ambulance Appeal."
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At the beach with my three-year-old granddaughter she ran up to me and led me to the shore, where there was a dead seagull in the sand. "What happened to it?" she asked.

"It died and went to Heaven" I said.

She thought for a moment and then said, "Did God throw him back down?"
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